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32" GIGABYTE G32QC Curved 2560x1440 165Hz FreeSync VA Monitor + $15 Newegg GC EXPIRED

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  • Resolution: 2560x1440
  • Refresh Rate: 165Hz
  • Response Time: 1ms
  • Panel Type: VA
  • Curvature: 1500R
  • FreeSync Premium Pro + G-Sync
  • Ports:
    • 1x DisplayPort 1.2
    • 2x HDMI 2.0
    • 2x USB 3.0
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Last Edited by Snowlock August 12, 2020 at 11:35 PM
Check previous threads on this... Monitor has known backlight fault, not just me its happening to, and Gigabyte doesn't honor their warranty. WHEN your monitor fails, you just bought yourself a $350 paperweight.

https://imgur.com/a/TdrKfXx

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Not a bad monitor and I prefer this one over the acer nitro 32" but I would stay away from Newegg, They charge a restocking fee for returns and have a minimal of 8 dead pixels for a return.
Page 40 of the manual states:
https://download.gigabyte.com/Fil...h_1.00.pdf
2560x1440@120Hz - HDMI and DP
2560x1440@144Hz - HDMI only
2560x1440@165Hz - DP only

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This or the Dell S3220DGF?

Specs are about the same.

Review of both of them have them close
https://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/gigabyte-g32qc
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This or the Dell S3220DGF?

Specs are about the same.

Review of both of them have them close
https://www.tomshardware.com/revi...byte-g32qc
They're almost exactly the same monitor. The Dell IIRC has 10 bit color and 2 extra USB ports, that's about the only difference between the two.
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They're almost exactly the same monitor. The Dell IIRC has 10 bit color and 2 extra USB ports, that's about the only difference between the two.
The Gigabyte may also have a KVM feature that is undocumented.

The Gigabyte is also more curved at 1500R versus the Dell at 1800R.
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This or the Dell S3220DGF?

Specs are about the same.

Review of both of them have them close
https://www.tomshardware.com/revi...byte-g32qc
I am wondering the same thing. The Dell seems very high on people's recommendation list right now, but this does look very similar.

Can't see anything about if this monitor supports 120Hz in QHD though.
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I think this is probably my next monitor (or the Dell). Not in a hurry though. Will we see a drop in monitor prices in the next 6-8 months? I think no, because of work from home.
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I am wondering the same thing. The Dell seems very high on people's recommendation list right now, but this does look very similar.

Can't see anything about if this monitor supports 120Hz in QHD though.
Page 40 of the manual states:
https://download.gigabyte.com/Fil...h_1.00.pdf
2560x1440@120Hz - HDMI and DP
2560x1440@144Hz - HDMI only
2560x1440@165Hz - DP only
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Page 40 of the manual states:
https://download.gigabyte.com/Fil...h_1.00.pdf
2560x1440@120Hz - HDMI and DP
2560x1440@144Hz - HDMI only
2560x1440@165Hz - DP only
Good deal! I couldn't find the manual on their site (which is a bit of a mess.)
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Not a bad monitor and I prefer this one over the acer nitro 32" but I would stay away from Newegg, They charge a restocking fee for returns and have a minimal of 8 dead pixels for a return.
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I have the 27" model it is actually a pretty good monitor, Love having the two extra USB ports and the software which allows you to control different features of the monitor without having to use the physical button. Color is really good from factory and many will be happy with it unless you do photo or video work then you know you will always have to calibrate your own monitor regardless of the manufacturer.
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I bought this the first time it was listed as a slick deal. I've had it for about 2 months and it's pretty good. Good colors and supports windows hdr. Haven't figured out how to use the kvm so I would say it doesn't have it
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Not a bad monitor and I prefer this one over the acer nitro 32" but I would stay away from Newegg, They charge a restocking fee for returns and have a minimal of 8 dead pixels for a return.
https://member.aorus.com/global/productwarranty

The Gigabyte dead pixel for this line is not as good as their AORUS line. For replacement, you need to have either 4+ stuck or 6+ dead pixels.

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https://member.aorus.com/global/productwarranty

The Gigabyte dead pixel for this line is not as good as their AORUS line. For replacement, you need to have either 4+ stuck or 6+ dead pixels.
That sucks, I would hate to just have 1 dead pixel. Lol.
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