With the M32Q, Gigabyte features its new 32-inch monitor with WQHD resolution, with its IPS panel operating at up to 170 Hz with an upgrade rate. With USB-C and KVM switch, the monitor has the characteristics of a docking station.
IPS panel that can overlock up to 170 Hz
The M32Q features an IPS panel with 8 bit color depth, 1 ms response time (GTG) and 165 Hz. Up to 170 Hz via overclocking is possible. Moving Image Response Time (MPRD) is 0.8 ms. For this purpose, backlight strobing is used, which allows adaptive-synchronization or freezing simultaneously. Gigabyte calls this “target stabilization sync” negative from Asus to ELMB sync.
Connections include two HDMI 2.0s, a display port 1.4, three USB-A sockets, a USB-C and a headphone output. With the USB-C port, it is not clear how much power can be supplied to the connected devices. KVM switch function, two systems connected to the monitor can be operated through the screen with the same mouse and keyboard, which is unusual in the gaming segment. Gigabyte already offers this with other models in the M series.
Gigabyte talks about the typical brightness of 350 cd / m². If certified according to the VESA standard DisplayHDR 400, a minimum of 400 cd / m² is possible selectively. The height and inclination of the display can be adjusted and switched horizontally using the position of the transmission, but not in pivot mode.
Pricing, specifications and availability
When Product pages Almost all the details have already been released and it is not yet known when and at what price the Gigabyte M32Q will reach retailers.
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