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34" GIGABYTE M34WQ 3440x1440 144Hz 1ms IPS Ultrawide KVM Monitor EXPIRED

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Various Retailers have 34" GIGABYTE M34WQ 3440x1440 144Hz 1ms IPS Ultrawide KVM Monitor on sale from $439.99. Shipping is free.

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  • Resolution: 3440x1440
  • Refresh Rate: 144Hz
  • Response Time: 1ms MPRT
  • Panel Type: IPS
  • Brightness: 400 cd/m2 (TYP)
  • Color Saturation: 91% DCI-P3/117% sRGB
  • HDR: VESA Display HDR400
  • VESA: 100x100mm
  • Kensington lock
  • Ports:
    • 2x HDMI 2.0
    • 1x DisplayPort 1.4
    • 2x USB 3.2 Gen 1 Type-A
    • 1x USB Type-C
    • 1x USB Type-B (Upstream)
    • 1x 3.5mm Audio Out

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    • Rated 4.8 out of 5 from 21 reviews on Newegg.
    • Rated 8.3 out of 10 for Gaming (7.8 Mixed Usage) by RTINGS.com
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Best Buy [bestbuy.com] and Newegg [newegg.com] > Backordered but can still order. Will ship when available. has the Gigabyte M34WQ 34" 1440 144Hz IPS KVM Ultrawide for $449.99. Both shipping and store pickup (where available) are free.

This is the first time I believe it's gone on sale. In addition, this is a NON-CURVED monitor. According to RTINGS, they added this to their "Best Mid-Range Ultrawide Monitor" and "Best Mid-Range Ultrawide Gaming Monitor" roundups and they scored it a 7.8 for mixed usage and 8.3 for gaming. [rtings.com]

DisplayNinja [displayninja.com] in their review says "While the monitor is not officially certified by NVIDIA as 'G-SYNC Compatible', variable refresh rate works without any issues with compatible GeForce cards within the supported 48-144Hz dynamic range for tear-free gameplay. LFC takes over below 48FPS and multiplies the frame rate in order to prevent tearing (47FPS -> 94Hz)."

From my understanding, what's great about the KVM switch is you can connect your keyboard/mouse to the monitor and use them for two different devices (ie a laptop and desktop). If you switch the monitor input, it also switches the keyboard/mouse to the new device.
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scott.sd asked this question on 08-09-2022 at 01:22 PM
08-09-2022 at 01:22 PM
No, this is UWQHD, pretty much same PPI as a 27" 1440p 16:9 monitor.

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I've had this monitor for about 6 months now. Love it. KVM is really nice to have, and I haven't seen this monitor go on sale for a looooong time. $500 msrp is pretty reasonable though imho.

That said, I also had the HP X34 version of this monitor, and if you don't need the KVM switch, then you should be able to get a better deal on the X34, because it seems to be discounted very frequently. 165hz refresh rate too using DP.
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One of the reviews says 18w PD on the USB C. HP has the X34 on sale for $347 again via EPP. It doesn't have USB C but otherwise similar and may be worth considering if you're in the market.
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Could a 3080 max this monitor out with ultra graphics?
Not enough context, in what game?
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I've had this monitor for about 6 months now. Love it. KVM is really nice to have, and I haven't seen this monitor go on sale for a looooong time. $500 msrp is pretty reasonable though imho.

That said, I also had the HP X34 version of this monitor, and if you don't need the KVM switch, then you should be able to get a better deal on the X34, because it seems to be discounted very frequently. 165hz refresh rate too using DP.
I agree. I owned both the x34 and the m34wq. I kept the m34wq because it had more adjustments, inputs, kvm, speakers, and better osd. Hp is cheaper and has higher refresh. Both have solid picture quality. I paid $500 from Newegg (bleh) unfortunately it was out of stock at alot of places and Newegg was the only option. I still had to wait for two months for back order. They gave me a free tb3 cable for my troubles.
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Wow just bought this from BB last week for $440 opened box after stalking it for a month.
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Is this not kind of big for qhd?
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I agree. I owned both the x34 and the m34wq. I kept the m34wq because it had more adjustments, inputs, kvm, speakers, and better osd. Hp is cheaper and has higher refresh. Both have solid picture quality. I paid $500 from Newegg (bleh) unfortunately it was out of stock at alot of places and Newegg was the only option. I still had to wait for two months for back order. They gave me a free tb3 cable for my troubles.
Bought the M34WQ a few days ago when I noticed the price. I was looking at the X34 as well but it seems this is the better monitor. The only thing I don't like about it so far, is the joystick location. My LG 27GL850, has it at the bottom. It's easier to use when I turn off/on the monitor, when I leave for several hours that day.

The Gigabyte threw me for a loop as it comes with three power cables and the NEMA was last.
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Could a 3080 max this monitor out with ultra graphics?
Depends on the game. I have a 34 inch 160Hz LG 34WP65-C that I can max out on ultra graphics with my 2070. Some games are better than others. I had Metro Exodus running at 70-80fps DLSS enabled on basically ultra settings although at full ultra settings it would probably dip to 40-50fps. Battlefield V can be maxed out on ultra settings with DLSS enabled. Have no doubt a 3080 could easily max it out on most games. I would just look at some YouTube benchmarks for the 3080 on 34 inch ultrawides to get a better idea of your specific application
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Is this not kind of big for qhd?
No, this is UWQHD, pretty much same PPI as a 27" 1440p 16:9 monitor.
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Been eyeing this model for a bit now, maybe this is a sign haha.
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