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Cooler Master's GM32-FQ and GM27-FQS monitors were made for both work and play

By Hoots the Owl - on 22 Feb 2022, 1:43am

Cooler Master's GM32-FQ and GM27-FQS monitors were made for both work and play

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Cooler Master has announced the GM32-FQ and GM27-FQS ARGB monitors, both designed with gamers and creators in mind.

The GM32-FQ is a large 31.5-inch display that supports a buttery-smooth 165Hz refresh rate and 95% of the DCI-P3 colour space. The company says it has meticulously calibrated overdrive performance, which minimises the usual downsides of running a monitor beyond its native refresh rate.

This means less motion blur and smearing for work documents and movies, according to Cooler Master. On top of that, it supports FreeSync Premium to reduce tearing. FreeSync Premium displays must meet certain standard criteria, including a 120hz refresh rate at minimum FHD resolution, support for low frame rate compensation, and low latency.

The 2,560 x 1,440-pixel QHD display should make for crisp images, on top of the 1200:1 contrast ratio and 400 nits brightness.

There is a wide range of connectivity options available, including DisplayPort, HDMI 2.0, USB Type-C, USB Type-B, and USB Type-A.

Image Source: Cooler Master

The smaller GM27-FQS ARGB monitor is very similar, but it also comes equipped with ARGB lighting to add some ambient lighting to your setup. It has a 1440p IPS display as well, but the support of the DCI-P3 colour gamut is lower at 90%.

And unlike the GM32-FQ, there is no support for FreeSync Premium.

Both monitors are rather affordably priced for what they offer. The GM32-FQ is available now at S$799. The GM27-FQS will cost you S$629. They are now available via Cooler Master's official Lazmall store.

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