Gaming monitors from Cooler Master are added with the announcement of the GM-Series line. There are two models in this line, namely the Cooler Master GM27-CFX and GM34-CWQ . Both differ in the features and size of the screen panel.
Features of Cooler Master GM27-CFX and GM34-CWQ
According to Cooler Master, the GM-Series line is a monitor designed for play and work. Both of these monitors carry a VA Curved panel or a curved screen with a curvature rate of 1500R.
Cooler Master GM27-CFX comes with a panel size of 27 inches. The resolution is 1920 x 1080 pixels and supports refresh rates up to 240 Hz. Meanwhile, the Cooler Master GM34-CWQ panel measures 34 inches. The resolution is 3440 x 1440 pixels higher and the screen refresh rate is 144 Hz. In addition, both display panels also support a response time of about 0.5 milliseconds and an adaptive sync feature.
Most interestingly, these two monitors carry Quantum Dot technology. So, it can produce more accurate colors. Ideal for gaming and content creation. For color accuracy, both are compliant with the DCI-P3 98% color coverage standard.
For other features, there is a Low Blue Light mode to avoid the effects of tired eyes, Anti-flicker, integrated speakers and a USB-C port that supports the Power Delivery feature. However, this USB-C port is only available on the Cooler Master GM34-CWQ.
Price of Cooler Master GM27-CFX and GM34-CWQ
Cooler Master GM27-CFX and GM34-CWQ are now available in the American market. The Cooler Master GM27-CFX costs US$430 and the GM34-CWQA US$640.