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GIGABYTE Launches M32Q Gaming Monitor

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GIGABYTE TECHNOLOGY Co. Ltd, a leading manufacturer of motherboards and graphics cards, is thrilled to announce new member to M series lineup, GIGABYTE M32Q gaming monitor. The M series lineup is designed to enhance work productivity meanwhile offering an ultra-fast gaming and desiring entertainment experience. The unique KVM button on the rear side allows users to quickly switch between devices. The lineup is equipped with USB Type-C ports that provide display, data, and power delivery to mobile devices. By connecting the devices (DisplayPort alternate mode support) to the monitor directly, users are able to use keyboard and mouse to control those devices and have them charged at the same time. It brings diverse using scenario and greatly enhances productivity.

GIGABYTE M32Q is a 32-inch flat-display QHD resolution and equipped with the latest SuperSpeed IPS panel to achieve a 1 ms GTG response time with a 165Hz (OC 170Hz) refresh rate, providing smooth moving image and awesome picture quality. For color performance, 8-bit color and super-wide color gamut of 94% DCI-P3/ 120% sRGB offering the outstanding color accuracy and consistency. Moreover, it is VESA certified DisplayHDR 400 to ensure spectacular display quality for the ultimate gaming and movie watching experience.



Besides the phenomenal panel specification which ensures high-performance gaming, the exclusive GIGABYTE tactical features cannot be left untold. The new Aim Stabilizer Sync allows users to reduce motion blur while enable V-Sync technology at the same time, offering the crystal clear vision in the FPS game. Combined with the latest Eagle Eye feature, which is able to adjust screen sizes and zoom-in ratios that power up the aiming ability to the next level! Another new feature, 6 axis color control, it allows users to adjust 6 colors (red, green, blue, cyan, magenta, and yellow) individually to more accurately display the color gamut on the monitor that tailoring to multiple purpose of use. Moreover, to complete the perfect visual-audio experience, M32Q comes with a built-in stereos which offers users with quality sound experience.

With regard to eye health, the concern about long-term screen time from blue light exposure has been growing, in addition to the worldwide impact of Covid-19, which transformed our lives by work-from-home policies and students' remote learning that the average amount of screen time increased. GIGABYTE is committed to wellbeing of our users, therefore M32Q gaming monitor is certified by TÜV Rheinland and Eyesafe association to guarantee the reduction of blue emissions meanwhile providing more vivid colors.

For detailed product information, please visit the product page.

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No G-Sync, not even Freesync?
 
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Display HDR 400 claimed, but it's only 350 cd/m2 (TYP)
Yeah, nah, not for me.
 

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Okay... nice monitor.
But waaait a minute....... we cant buy a normal GPU for use this nice monitor. :D
 
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At least they fixed the ugly foot design on the stand.

Display HDR 400 claimed, but it's only 350 cd/m2 (TYP)
Yeah, nah, not for me.
That is typical for HDR 400, as the 400 is peak HDR brightness. The spec says "Peak luminance of 400 cd/m2"
HDR 400 is technically not HDR anyhow, as no kind of local dimming is required.
 
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No G-Sync, not even Freesync?

I've had Freesync monitor/card for 5+ years...never turned this thing on. I really don't get it. Games run better without it, at least the games I used to play. And if it is "always on" causes brutal stutter in desktop mode.
 
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I've had Freesync monitor/card for 5+ years...never turned this thing on. I really don't get it. Games run better without it, at least the games I used to play. And if it is "always on" causes brutal stutter in desktop mode.

that...doesnt make any sense, something is up with your setup/hardware then.
 
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Okay... nice monitor.
But waaait a minute....... we cant buy a normal GPU for use this nice monitor. :D

Go find another hobby if PC gaming has become too expensive for you.
 
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nice, i've been waiting for a cheaper version, the Asus one at $1000 CAD is too much for me, hope this is $800 CAD or less
 
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Go find another hobby if PC gaming has become too expensive for you.
You need to pick up your game if you're going to make troll post such as that one.

ZOTAC GeForce RTX 3070 Twin Edge OC 8GB $1,329.95 USD
 
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You need to pick up your game if you're going to make troll post such as that one.

ZOTAC GeForce RTX 3070 Twin Edge OC 8GB $1,329.95 USD

Huh?? Feel free to make sense the next time you post
 
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