Thermaltake TGM-V32 32″ Quad HD 170Hz Monitor Review




/ 6 months ago

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I’m not a fan of buttons on the front, they’re often a pain in the backside to navigate. However, you do get a hot menu when you press a button, allowing you quick access to most key features, or the leftmost button to open the full menu.

The main OSD is nicely designed and has a nice black and red gamer vibe to it. I can see the resolution, refresh rate and other features at a glance, and gaming features are on the first menu too.

There are full brightness and contrast controls, but hey, that’s standard stuff really.

You can adjust the colour temperature, and I found standard or warm to be the best options, cool was just far too blue for my taste. There are two gamma options too, the stock is good, but the second setting is closer to our target of 2.2.

There are a bunch of profiles to choose from, largely I never find these to be any good on monitors, standard or user are the only ones worth tinkering with.

Finally, there are options here for the rear RGB, but since I wall mount my displays, turning it off is the best option, but your needs will vary.

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