Gigabyte Release AORUS MO34WQC and MO34WQC2 34” Ultrawide Monitors with QD-OLED Panels

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Gigabyte have now launched the product pages for two new 34” QD-OLED monitors in their popular AORUS gaming line-up. The two screens have very similar specs and features, but use fundamentally different underlying panels from Samsung Display. One is using the original gen 1 QD-OLED panel with 175Hz refresh rate that’s been used in many monitors released to the market already, and the other is using the new gen 2.5 QD-OLED panel with an updated 240Hz refresh rate and an improved text clarity. We’ll provide specs, details and comparisons on these new models below.

Specs that are the same on both models

Both screens are 34” in size with an ultrawide format and 21:9 aspect ratio. They have a curved format with a subtle 1800R curvature and offer a 3440 x 1440 resolution, 0.03ms G2G response time spec, 1.5 Million:1 contrast ratio, 250 nits brightness (SDR), 178/178 viewing angles, 10-bit colour depth and a wide colour gamut covering 99% DCI-P3. Adaptive-sync is included to support variable refresh rates on both screens via compatible NVIDIA and AMD systems.

Both screens feature Gigabyte’s latest OLED care options which includes a 3 year warranty that covers burn-in, along with the familiar range of ‘tactical’ gaming features and settings. They both also have the standard semi-glossy QD-OLED panel coating. The stands offer tilt, height and swivel adjustments.

For connectivity both screens offer 1x DisplayPort 1.4, 2x HDMI 2.1 ports and 1x USB type-C connection (with DP Alt mode and 18W power delivery). There are also 2x USB data ports, a headphone jack and a mic input. The screens also have integrated 2x 3W speakers, and support KVM functions and PiP/PbP modes.

MO34WQC2 Differences

  • The most interesting of the two models is the MO34WQC2 as it features the brand new gen 2.5 Samsung QD-OLED panel. This has the updated pixel shape from other gen 2 and 3 panels, which helps to improve text clarity and reduce fringing.
  • It also has an updated refresh rate of 240Hz compared with 175Hz of the other model.
  • Because of the higher refresh rate, it meets the VESA ClearMR 13000 tier, whereas the other model reaches the 10000 tier.

Pricing and Availability

The new screens haven’t yet appeared on major retailers, but we will update this news piece when we have more information.

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