Both Cooler Master monitors, which will be released later this year, have a price of less than $1,000; This is while the Tempest GP27U model has a higher resolution display. Tempest GP27U 27-inch monitor resolution It has 4K or UHD and uses a refresh rate of 160 Hz and a response rate of 0.5 milliseconds. The Tempest GP27Q model has a display with a more active performance and with a size of 27 inches it offers 2K or WQHD resolution with a refresh rate of 165 Hz and a response rate of 0.5 milliseconds.
It is said that both models have a mini LED display with the ability to support quantum dot technology, and their maximum brightness in HDR mode reaches 1200 nits. Cooler Master’s new monitors have local dimming 576, which brings ideal brightness, darkness and contrast to users in different conditions. Both models support a wide color gamut that includes 99% Adobe RGB and 98% DCI-P3 coverage.
Tempest GP27U monitor from the middle of Mehr with a price of 700 dollars and The Tempest GP27Q will be available in mid-November at a price of $1,000.
Previously, Cooler Master had introduced the GP27-FQS gaming monitor, which is like Tempest GP27U And Tempest GP27Q It had a 27-inch screen. The mentioned monitor is from the Quantum Dot Mini panel Featuring an IPS LED with a 165Hz refresh rate, it’s available now for $350.
Other monitors equipped with quantum dot technology introduced this year include: MSI MPG Artymis 273CQR-QD And MPG Artymis 273CQRX-QD He pointed out that both 27-inch screens with panels Va and WQHD 1440p resolution And a 1ms response rate with a bend 1000R and use 165 and 240 Hz refresh rates, respectively.