Apparently Cooler Master is currently working on a new curved gaming monitor that will be released in the first quarter of 2024. TFT Central has already received the specifications of the Cooler Master GM34-CWQ2.
Cooler Master’s monitor portfolio has grown significantly since 2020. The GM34-CW2 (test) was the first model available in Germany, other markets also had the similar GM34-CWQ. According to TFT Central, the latter takes over In the first quarter of 2024 A successor named GM34-CWQ2. It will cost $419 or £379 The next one will be Equivalent to 438 euros.
Most of the specifications are the same as its predecessor. The 34-inch VA panel is in a 21:9 format and again has a 1500R curvature. UWQHD resolution of 3,440 × 1,440 pixels is also typical for this format. The contrast ratio is given as 4,000:1, with DCI-P3 coverage as 95 percent, which indicates the use of a refresher. Quantum dots can be turned off.
Higher refresh rate, lower brightness?
An improvement over the GM-34-CWQ is the higher refresh rate. According to TFT Central, 165 Hz and Overclock 180 Hz It is because the brightness reached seems worse than its predecessors Maximum 320 nits should be quantified. As before, no HDR400 logo can be seen in the leaked product images. There are two HDMI 2.0 and one DisplayPort 1.4 on the back USB-C-port meets 65 watts of power delivery and two USB-A ports. Obviously the USB-C port is only used for data connection and charging and not for video signals. The base can be tilted, swiveled and adjusted in height. Two five-watt speakers are also included.
It is unclear if Cooler Master will release the GM34-CWQ2 in Germany However, the manufacturer hasn’t brought a new ultrawide monitor to the local market since 2021, and the GM34-CW(2) doesn’t seem to be available anymore.
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