Gigabyte G34WQC Curved 34″ VA 1500R (3440 x 1440) 144Hz 1ms FreeSync Compatible, Ultrawide Gaming Monitor, Black

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Gigabyte G34WQC Curved 34″ VA 1500R (3440 x 1440) 144Hz 1ms FreeSync Compatible, Ultrawide Gaming Monitor, Black
Gigabyte G34WQC Curved 34″ VA 1500R (3440 x 1440) 144Hz 1ms FreeSync Compatible, Ultrawide Gaming Monitor, Black


  • SUPER IMMERSIVE FEEL IN THE GAME! 34” 1500R VA panel presents you a view closer to the human eye than a flat monitor, giving you a more immersive feel.
  • Ultra-wide, MULTI-TASK LIKE A PRO: With the extra viewing area, it greatly enhances the efficiency and productivity!
  • Black Equalizer: This feature allows you to have more details of the dark side without overexposing the bright side at the same time.
  • 1ms Response Time: Super fast 1ms response time for the most smooth gaming experience ever!
  • FreeSync Premium Compatible Ready
  • Display size: 34.0 inches
  • Connectivity technology: HDMI
  • Display technology: LED

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Specification: Gigabyte G34WQC Curved 34″ VA 1500R (3440 x 1440) 144Hz 1ms FreeSync Compatible, Ultrawide Gaming Monitor, Black


‎3440 x 1440 Pixels



Product Dimensions

‎80.89 x 23.48 x 48.88 cm, 8.38 Kilograms

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Standing screen display size

‎34 Inches

Screen Resolution

‎3440 x 1440

Are Batteries Included


Item Weight

‎8.38 kg

Reviews (5)

5 reviews for Gigabyte G34WQC Curved 34″ VA 1500R (3440 x 1440) 144Hz 1ms FreeSync Compatible, Ultrawide Gaming Monitor, Black

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  1. Amazon Customer

    If you only intend to use this monitor for gaming or movies, then I really recommend it. For everything else, this monitor is not optimal. It uses the opposite sub pixel layout to 99% of other displays on the market. This means that text is blurry in random places e.g. PDFs, Amazon reviews, forums, Adobe suite etc. even with ClearType adjustments made. It is very noticeable, not a subtle flaw.

    What is the point of having a KVM switch if this monitor is not fit for any productivity related tasks? Bought two, did not even bother opening the second one.

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  2. Mr Anderson

    A monitor is one of those peripherals that I don’t change that often. You buy one and generally stick with it until it dies, other technology forces you too or you need to bring yourself into the more modern world – in my book anyhow!

    My previous “old faithful” from 2014 was a 24″ Hanns-G and i’ve never had any complaints with it for playing all types of PC games (FPS, MMO, RTS etc) and watching YouTube etc.

    However, a lot has changed since then and with a lot of home working now since the Covid19 pandemic, I decided to look into getting a new monitor as staring at a 24″ monitor for more hours than normal wasn’t doing me any favours. So after having a read about all kinds of monitors, some cheap, some expensive I settled on this 27″ Gigabyte monitor as it one of few that has everything you need.

    I was initially thinking of getting a 32″ version but after trying my 32″ TV at a computer desk, it is too much being only 2-3 foot away from that size. The extra size of this monitor, even…

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  3. Scocal

    Was researching quite a lot into gaming monitors when I came across this with relatively little publicity. Price point is cheaper than what you would get elsewhere for the same features and the quality is great.

    The curve is immersive not intrusive, picture quality is spot on and the functionality that comes with the monitor in terms of adjusting settings etc is great. The build quality is very high, the stand is sturdy and being able to move the screen up and down as well as tilt is a bonus not many at this price point seem to have.

    I’m yet to come up with any significant criticisms. For the price I think you would be struggling to get better all round performance.

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  4. Sina Madani

    I UPGRADED to this monitor from an Acer XB281HK, a 28-inch 4K G-Sync panel, which I’d been using for 3.5 years. I really wanted that high refresh rate, and since I used 175% zoom on the desktop I wasn’t really making much use of the 4K. Now I expected a noticeable drop in image quality going from 4K to 1440p, but my goodness, going from a 4 year-old TN panel to a modern VA really made all the difference! I believe the G27QC uses a Samsung panel. Whilst the curve doesn’t really add anything to the experience (if anything it’s a bit jarring at first to get used to when not gaming), the image quality is so far superior to your old monitor that at this size, you barely notice the resolution difference between 4K and 1440p. The colours are very vibrant, you get excellent contrast and a lot of options for adjusting the picture, all easily accessible via the joystick on the back of the monitor.

    I’ve been using the monitor for 10 days now and whilst I think the quality is phenomenal, there…

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  5. M. West

    Monitor arrived very well packaged and was very straight forward to set up. I have disabled the inbuilt speaker as I have a sound bar which sits perfectly beneath after adjusting the monitor height.. The picture is really nice and I’m using the out of the box settings. The menu is easy to access and navigate if you need to make any adjustments. The stand is very sturdy and all in all looks very smart. I would easily give this 10/10. My son was also very impressed and has now ordered one

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