Cooler Master has announced two new monitors using curved VA panels and featuring high refresh rates plus Quantum Dot colour enhancement technology.
Starting with the GM27-CFX, which is a 27in 16:9 screen with an FHD 1920×1080 resolution and 1500R curve. Cooler Master employs an 8-bit VA panel with Quantum Dot film to provide better image quality, achieving a 3000:1 contrast ratio, 400 nits of typical brightness, and 98 per cent DCI-P3 gamut coverage. The refresh rate is set at a fast 240Hz alongside a 0.5ms (MPRT) response time, according to the brand.
For I/O we get one DisplayPort 1.2, two HDMI 2.0 and two 2W speakers. This monitor can adjust in height (0 to 130mm), tilt (-15° to +15°), and swivel (-5° to +20°).
Next, there is the GM34-CWQ ARGB, which is a 34in 21:9 screen with a UWQHD 3440×1440 resolution and 1500R curve. This one also gets an 8-bit VA panel with Quantum Dot technology, providing a bit more contrast at 4000:1, plus the same 400 nits of brightness and 98 per cent DCI-P3 coverage.
The refresh rate is set at a lower 144Hz, which is acceptable at this resolution, alongside a 0.5ms (MPRT) response time.
I/O is more generous, with one DisplayPort, two HDMI 2.0, two 5W speakers, USB Type-C (65W), USB Type-B and two USB Type-A. Adjustments on this one are height (0 to 80mm), tilt (-15° to +15°), and swivel (-5° to +15°).
Both monitors have FreeSync plus G-Sync support, low blue light, and 100x100mm VESA mount.
The GM27-CFX and GM34-CWQ ARGB are priced at $369 and $649 MSRP, respectively, and covered by a three-year warranty.