The GIGABYTE G27QC is another addition to Gigabyte’s non-Aorus branded gaming monitor budget series, offering compelling competitive pricing specifications. A curved monitor is one of the distinguishing characteristics of the G27QC. The purpose of a curved monitor is to create a more interactive or user-connected experience, just like an IMAX movie theater. Theoretically, this design is designed to work with the standard sensory field of the human body.
The Gigabyte G27QC gaming monitor has a factory-overclocked 165Hz refresh rate enabled by DisplayPort, whereas the HDMI ports are restricted to 144Hz. There is no noticeable difference between 144Hz and 165Hz.
The difference in motion transparency compared to regular 60Hz displays is night and day. If you haven’t updated to a high refresh rate monitor yet, you’ll love it – mainly if you’re playing fast-paced and competitive games. The GIGABYTE G27QC display’s input lag is only ~4ms, which creates an imperceptible pause between your behavior and the outcome on the computer.
If you prefer to search the menu on your Windows screen, Gigabyte provides OSD Sidekick as a free update. It combines all control functions into a simple app, enabling you to track Processor and GPU stats across a USB link. The GIGABYTE G27QC gaming monitor has a broad, and scalable OSD separated into seven submenus. Additional menus provide Game Assist and a health management dashboard for your Processor and GPU. It is capable of viewing temperatures, fan speeds, and consumption rates. Push and up-click the joystick to pull it up.
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27 “2560×1440 VA 165Hz Refresh Rate Monitor, 1ms (MPRT) Reaction Time Native 1500R Curve
AMD FreeSync Premium Pro Fast Gameplay
Studio Category HDR Ready and 92 percent DCI-P3 (120 percent sRGB)
GIGABYTE Classic Tactical characteristics of the OSD Sidekick
The ergonomic design of tilt and height change
The GIGABYTE G27QC gaming monitor comes with a low Blue Light and Flicker-Free Technology.