Cooler Master GP57ZS Unveiled with 57” Super-ultrawide VA Panel and 2304-zone Mini LED Backlight

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Cooler Master have unveiled a new super-ultrawide, super-large monitor at Computex 2024 which is 57” in size and offers an impressive spec and feature set. It’s got a dual-4K resolution of 7680 x 2160, a 2304-zone Mini LED backlight and a range of modern features and connections. It’s an alternative option to a couple of models we’ve already seen announced/released, including the Samsung Odyssey G95NC (with 240Hz refresh rate) and Acer Predator Z57 (with 120Hz refresh rate). Update: We’ve now confirmed with Cooler Master that their model will feature a 120Hz refresh rate.

We’re still waiting on some official spec info and further images so we will update this news piece when we get more information. For now, this is what we know so far…

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Cooler Master GP57ZS Specs

The screen is 57” in size so you’ll need a large desktop area to accommodate it. It’s built around a VA technology panel and has an impressive 2304-zone Mini LED backlight to offer high-end HDR performance and local dimming capabilities. The panel has a steep 1000R curvature and offers a 7680 x 2160 resolution, the same as two 3840 x 2160 “4K” resolution monitors combined. It has a 120Hz refresh rate and adaptive-sync for variable refresh rates.

Features and Connectivity

We know that there is a 2304-zone Mini LED backlight for high end local dimming capabilities. There’s also a USB type-C connection (with DP Alt mode, data and 90W power delivery), 2x HDMI ports (very likely v2.1, but capabilities are not listed yet) and DisplayPort (version and bandwidth TBC). The screen can support PiP and PbP modes for handling multiple devices, and has a built-in KVM switch function too. There’s some RGB lighting on the back of the screen too.

More info and official specs when we get it.

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