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GIGABYTE M32QC 32" 165Hz 1440P QHD -KVM Gaming -Monitor, 2560 x 1440 VA Display, 1ms (MPRT) Response Time, 94% DCI-P3, 1x DisplayPort 1.2(HDR Ready), 2x HDMI 2.0, 3x USB - $230

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Resolution: 2560 x 1440 (2K)
Refresh Rate: 165Hz
Response Time: 1ms (MPRT)
Panel Type: VA
Brightness: 350 cd/m2
Contrast Ratio: 3,000:1
Color Gamut: 94% DCI-P3, 120% sRGB
HDR: VESA Display HDR400
Viewing Angle: 178° (H) / 178° (V)
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Ports:
2x HDMI 2.0
1x Display port 1.2
3x USB
1x USB Type-C
1x 3.5mm Audio Out

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how does this compare to HP X32 that's on sale?
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how does this compare to HP X32 that's on sale?
There are other differences but looking like it boils down to the below.

Gigabyte: curved VA with KVM
HP: flat IPS with no KVM
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There are other differences but looking like it boils down to the below.

Gigabyte: curved VA with KVM
HP: flat IPS with no KVM

Thank you! I have always used IPS. Any idea how VA compares to IPS? heard it's better contrast but not sure about the experience for daily work/gaming.
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Thank you! I have always used IPS. Any idea how VA compares to IPS? heard it's better contrast but not sure about the experience for daily work/gaming.
This can probably explain better than I could since I'm still on the fence on what to choose:

https://www.rtings.com/monitor/le...s-va-vs-tn
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ok Amazon...
now just do the same on the M34WQ Wink
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I have been running this monitor as my main gaming monitor for about a year now. I originally had an ultrawide, but hated trying to stream on it, since the resolution just doesn't work with most streaming platforms. I have been super satisfied with how this monitor performs. It has a nice bright picture, great response time, and works well with Nvidia G-Sync unlike some other Freesync models I have tried. I enjoy the curve of this monitor and prefer it over a flat screen. Mine had little to no back light bleeding, and I received it without any dead pixels. It stays on 24/7, and I haven't had any issues with the unit since I bought it. It is worth every penny. I have not seen the HP that is on sale similar in spec to this, but the picture on this is so bright and vibrant that , I would choose the gigabyte over that for this reason, and because I like the curve of the screen over a flat monitor.
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I have been running this monitor as my main gaming monitor for about a year now. I originally had an ultrawide, but hated trying to stream on it, since the resolution just doesn't work with most streaming platforms. I have been super satisfied with how this monitor performs. It has a nice bright picture, great response time, and works well with Nvidia G-Sync unlike some other Freesync models I have tried. I enjoy the curve of this monitor and prefer it over a flat screen. Mine had little to no back light bleeding, and I received it without any dead pixels. It stays on 24/7, and I haven't had any issues with the unit since I bought it. It is worth every penny. I have not seen the HP that is on sale similar in spec to this, but the picture on this is so bright and vibrant that , I would choose the gigabyte over that for this reason, and because I like the curve of the screen over a flat monitor.
Nice thanks for review is your use primarily home or mixed home/work? KVM with work Macbook M1 Pro and PC RTX 3080 is my use case...although the 3080 box hasn't been in use so much so also been eyeing the Dell 4K 144hz with no KVM.
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$10 less at Newegg - today only
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$10 less at Newegg - today only
i'd gladly spend 10$ to not deal with Newegg... they went to shit many many years ago.
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to each his own, it's covered by PMG (which Amazon doesn't) and 30-day Hassle-free returns policy takes care of any other concerns. but you can dwell in the past..

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i'd gladly spend 10$ to not deal with Newegg... they went to shit many many years ago.
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This can probably explain better than I could since I'm still on the fence on what to choose:

https://www.rtings.com/monitor/le...s-va-vs-tn
I watched a video on YouTube. Is there's any fast motion especially black text VA is pretty bad. After finally owning an IPS and a VA, I'd go with the IPS especially for gaming. Good colors, viewing angle, and the black levels aren't much worse than VA.
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Nice thanks for review is your use primarily home or mixed home/work? KVM with work Macbook M1 Pro and PC RTX 3080 is my use case...although the 3080 box hasn't been in use so much so also been eyeing the Dell 4K 144hz with no KVM.
I work remote 3 days a week for an IT company, and use this monitor as well for that. Image is sharp and text looks fine on it. I am connected using display port which I would recommend over hdmi, since hdmi on some computers will limit you to 1080p, and I think this large of a monitor in 1080p will leave you dissatisfied.
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I have been running this monitor as my main gaming monitor for about a year now. I originally had an ultrawide, but hated trying to stream on it, since the resolution just doesn't work with most streaming platforms. I have been super satisfied with how this monitor performs. It has a nice bright picture, great response time, and works well with Nvidia G-Sync unlike some other Freesync models I have tried. I enjoy the curve of this monitor and prefer it over a flat screen. Mine had little to no back light bleeding, and I received it without any dead pixels. It stays on 24/7, and I haven't had any issues with the unit since I bought it. It is worth every penny. I have not seen the HP that is on sale similar in spec to this, but the picture on this is so bright and vibrant that , I would choose the gigabyte over that for this reason, and because I like the curve of the screen over a flat monitor.
What's the nitts on the gigabyte, I think it's 400 for the HP. That would be the best way to compare brightness
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I watched a video on YouTube. Is there's any fast motion especially black text VA is pretty bad. After finally owning an IPS and a VA, I'd go with the IPS especially for gaming. Good colors, viewing angle, and the black levels aren't much worse than VA.
Not all VA, TN or IPS panels are exactly the same. I have seen all of these fail where others haven't over the years. Samsung and Gigabyte which mostly uses Samsung panels has VA down pretty well
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