Wednesday, August 12th 2020

GIGABYTE Launches G34WQC 34-inch Ultra-wide Gaming Monitor

GIGABYTE TECHNOLOGY Co. Ltd, a leading manufacturer of motherboards and graphics cards, is excited to announce the first ultra-wide gaming monitor, G34WQC. The GIGABYTE series monitor has become a hot topic among media and gamers since its launch. The bigger-size screen category has received the most attention. For tailoring to the needs of a bigger screen market, GIGABYTE continues to develop and research this field. G34WQC is equipped with a native 1500R VA panel with 1440p resolution and 144 Hz refresh rate with 1 ms response time, offering the most immersive gaming feel.

For the color performance, the native 8-bit panel offers the splendid color, 120% sRGB wide color gamut and certified by VESA DisplayHDR 400, enriching the contrast of the picture quality. The fantastic specifications allow you to experience the grand visual pleasure in gaming and picture appreciation! This monitor also supports the well-loved classic GIGABYTE tactical gaming features such as Aim Stabilizer and Black Equalizer, offering you extra weapons on the battlefield! Not merely just having perfect gaming specifications, the bigger screen along with the 21:9 aspect ratio is also ideal for office and recreational use.
The aspect ratio counts as equally important as other major specifications such as the resolution and refresh rate. The 21:9 ratio offers the extra field of view compared with the common standard 16:9, a significant gain when it comes to gaming, streaming, multimedia, and productivity enhancement. For gaming and multimedia applications, the ultrawide offers greater immersion for an excellent visual experience. For non-gaming applications, it offers a better experience as it provides the extra space to facilitate multiple documents and applications running at the same time. Moreover, G34WQC is equipped with built-in stereos, offering a solid stereo sounding environment. The built-in stereos come with numerous benefits; not only saving you from purchasing external speakers but leaving you with a neat desk.

Craving for both the visual and audio experience upgrades? G34WQC will be globally available in August/ September.

For more information, visit the product page.
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13 Comments on GIGABYTE Launches G34WQC 34-inch Ultra-wide Gaming Monitor

#2
TheLostSwede
robert3892
MSRP price?
NT$14,990 or around US$500
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#4
Caring1
Built in stereos?
I'd be happy with decent inbuilt speakers. :laugh:
Another apparent interpretation issue is the claim it is the first, maybe it is, for them.
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#5
lemoncarbonate
That base is so ugly. They could have done much better.
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#6
Turmania
I wish these big monitors came with a soundbar integrated.
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#7
FreedomEclipse
~Technological Technocrat~
I wonder who the OEM is.
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#8
toilet pepper
FreedomEclipse
I wonder who the OEM is.
I've seen the same specs from coolermaster, skyworth, aoc, specterpro and that other korean brand. I'm guessing the panel is Samsung.
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#9
watzupken
FreedomEclipse
I wonder who the OEM is.
I was of thinking of the same question. All these 34 inch ultrawide looks almost identical in terms of specs, and generally just differing by some cosmetic changes in the back cover and stand.
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#10
kapone32
watzupken
I was of thinking of the same question. All these 34 inch ultrawide looks almost identical in terms of specs, and generally just differing by some cosmetic changes in the back cover and stand.
They are indeed Samsung panels. Seems Gigabyte has gone into agreement with them. At any rate they seem a little cheaper than the MSI variant.
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#11
Vayra86
FreedomEclipse
I wonder who the OEM is.
3000:1 VA so pretty standard fare could be anyone at this point in time.

I wouldn't directly jump on this tbh, though Gigabyte hasn't been bad at applying their sauce to monitors lately. But def check a tftcentral review on response time/gtg etc.
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#12
kapone32
Vayra86
3000:1 VA so pretty standard fare could be anyone at this point in time.

I wouldn't directly jump on this tbh, though Gigabyte hasn't been bad at applying their sauce to monitors lately. But def check a tftcentral review on response time/gtg etc.
I bought the 32QC recently. It pretty much matched up to the reviews that there was a certain amount of ghosting. Gigabyte released a firmware update that fixed the issue about a week or 2 weeks ago so I am happy. I suspect Samsung for mine because of the contrast levels.
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#13
s3thra
Man I've gotta get one of these ultra wide monitors one day. Getting more and more tempting as they mature.
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