Cooler Master launches two new High Resolution Quantum Dot GM series Gaming Monitors at Computex

Both monitors will be available at retailers starting this month

Cooler Master launches two new High Resolution Quantum Dot GM series Gaming Monitors at Computex

Cooler Master new high refresh rate gaming monitor rock Quantum Dot panels, high resolutions and ultra high refresh rates

At Computex 2022, Cooler Master has launched two new Quantum Dot gaming displays into their GM series of curved gaming monitors. These new screens are the GM27-CFX, and the GM34-CWQ ARGB, both of which will be available at retailers starting this month. 

Up first we have the GM27-CFX, which is a 27-inch full HD (1080p) 240Hz gaming monitor that features a 1500R curvature and support for Variable Refresh Rate technologies like Adaptive-Sync, FreeSync, and G-Sync. This screen features a 0.5ms (MPRT) response time, features a 8-bit Quantum Dot display panel that is DisplayHDR 400 certified. 

Next up, we have the GM34-CWQ, a 34-inch 3440x1440 gaming monitor that features a refresh rate of 144Hz, support for FreeSync Premium and G-Sync, and features ARGB lighting on the rear of the display panel. Like the GM27-CFX, the GM34-CWQ also features a Quantum Dot display panel with a 1500R curvature that is DisplayHDR 400 certified. 

Both the CM27-CFX and the GM34-CWQ will be available at retailers in the US starting this month.  

Cooler Master launches two new High Resolution Quantum Dot GM series Gaming Monitors at Computex

Press Release - Cooler Master Launches GM Series Curved Monitors with Quantum Dot Technology

Cooler Master launches the availability of the all-new GM Series Curved Monitor lineup for work and play. The ultra-fast GM27-CFX with a 240 Hz refresh rate is available starting today May 26 2022 while the ultra-wide GM34-CWQ ARGB hits shelves on May 30 2022.

GM27-CFX

Cooler Master's new FHD GM27-CFX 1500R Curved monitor delivers outstanding performance for "Work & Play" Setups with a 98% DCI-P3 color spectrum coverage. The GM27-FQX runs an ultra-fast 240 Hz framerate with 0.5 ms response time and features quantum dot picture quality enabling a 3001:1 contrast ratio for deep blacks and bright whites.

GM34-CWQ ARGB

Cooler Master's new WQHD GM34-CWQ ARGB 1500R Curved monitor delivers the ultra-wide performance for "Work & Play" Setups with a 98% DCI-P3 color spectrum coverage. The GM34-CWQ ARGB runs a smooth 144 Hz framerate with 0.5 ms response time and features quantum dot picture quality enabling a 4001:1 contrast ratio for enhanced deep blacks and bright whites.

Both monitors feature low blue light mode that reduces blue light for night time sessions and feature a height adjustable stand with tilt and swivel mobility.

Pricing & Availability

The GM27-CFX is available starting today May 26 2022 at $369 USD MSRP * (Pricing may vary for regions with tariffs)

Learn more - https://www.coolermaster.com/catalog/setup/monitors/gm27-cfx/

The ultra-wide GM34-CWQ ARGB hits shelves on May 30 2022 at $649 USD MSRP *
Learn more - https://www.coolermaster.com/catalog/setup/monitors/gm34-cwq-argb/

You can join the discussion on Cooler Master's new Quantum Dot GM series monitors on the OC3D Forums.

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29-05-2022, 08:56:30

King Mustard
Regarding the title, I don't consider 1440p high resolution these days, and certainly not 1080p.Quote

29-05-2022, 12:44:00

NeverBackDown
Considering most gamers use 1080p I'd consider it higher than average....

I'm guessing these are VA panels judging by their contrast ratios. Unfortunately I'm not interested in VA. Black smear for gaming ruins well.. gaming. I'd be more interested in IPS and take the hit on image quality.Quote

29-05-2022, 20:27:13

Dawelio
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Originally Posted by NeverBackDown View Post
Considering most gamers use 1080p I'd consider it higher than average....

I'm guessing these are VA panels judging by their contrast ratios. Unfortunately I'm not interested in VA. Black smear for gaming ruins well.. gaming. I'd be more interested in IPS and take the hit on image quality.

Yeah, the fact that IPS today goes up to atleast 165Hz and is way better in every aspect, it's a bit odd for companies to still use TN and VA for monitors.Quote

29-05-2022, 22:42:13

MainSource77
for high quality VA panels black smear is a thing of the past and ips cant come close to the contrast ratio VA deliversQuote

30-05-2022, 00:31:35

NeverBackDown
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Originally Posted by MainSource77 View Post
for high quality VA panels black smear is a thing of the past and ips cant come close to the contrast ratio VA delivers
I'm pretty sure every VA monitor on the market would disagree with you... Even the vaunted Samsung G monitors still have some smear and they are considered the best VA panels, granted its very little however it's still present...Quote
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