Displays & Monitors

Gigabyte M32UC 32″ Curved 4K 144Hz Gaming Monitor Review

The biggest compromise for most when purchasing a new monitor is often the price, so I’m not going to beat around the bush when it comes to the Gigabyte M32UC 32″ Curved 4K 144Hz Gaming Monitor, as it’s around £600 at the time of writing. That’s not a small amount of money, but when you see the level of features and the overall specifications, you may realise that £600 starts to sound like a bit of a bargain, especially given that monitors like this used to cost more than twice that just a couple of years ago.

Gigabyte is a well-known and much-loved player in the PC hardware market, and so far, all their efforts to make great PC gaming monitors have been largely successful. They’re some of the most feature-packed and gamer-friendly monitors out there! The M32UC is no exception either. It comes equipped with a large 32″ panel that features a 4K (3840×2160) resolution, and a 1500R curved design to really immerse you in your media. The panel is pretty swift too, operating at 144Hz, but it can OC to 160Hz using DP 1.4. The MPRT can bring the response time down to 1ms thanks to the SuperSpeed VA panel technology and it’ll also deliver around 93% of DCI-P3 colour too, which is great!

Features

  • 144Hz (OC 160Hz with DP 1.4) Refresh Rate
  • 1ms MPRT Response with SuperSpeed VA
  • FreeSync Premium Pro
  • DisplayPort High Bit Rate 3 & HDMI 2.1
  • 93% DCI-P3
  • 8-bit Colour
  • VA Panel
  • 4K Resolution
  • Weight 7.8KG

What Gigabyte Had to Say

“With the high curvature and the fast refresh rate, GIGABYTE gaming monitors bring an all-new experience for the ultimate in-depth immersive gaming experience. The 31.5” 1500R SuperSpeed VA panel presents you a view closer to the human eye than a flat monitor, giving you a more immersive feel and reduces the response time to 1ms MPRT/2ms GTG for the most smooth gaming experience ever. The super wide colour gamut 93% DCI-P3/120% sRGB display, 8-bit colour and 3000:1 contrast ratio allow you to enjoy a fluent gaming experience with vibrant true colours.” – Gigabyte

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Peter Donnell

As a child still in my 30's, I spend my day combining my love of music and movies with a life-long passion for gaming, from arcade classics and retro consoles to the latest high-end PC and console games. So it's no wonder I write about tech and test the latest hardware while I enjoy my hobbies!

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