The iiyama G-Master Red Eagle monitor series is getting an ultra-wide upgrade this month. This week, the 34-inch G-Master GB3461WQSU monitor has been announced, with a 3440×1440 IPS panel, 144Hz refresh rate and FreeSync Premium support.
The 34-inch IPS panel covers 100 percent of the sRGB colour range, giving users the benefit of colour accuracy and wide viewing angles. Using the HDMI input, you will get a maximum refresh rate of 120Hz, while DisplayPort offers a full 144Hz. Thanks to FreeSync, you can also avoid screen tearing and ensure a smooth experience without locking to the 144Hz refresh rate.
Low Frame Rate Compensation (LFC) is supported too, so the usual minimum threshold for FreeSync is even lower, bringing stutter and tear-free gaming to a wider range of users.
Other features include 13cm of height adjustment, OverDrive, Black Tuner, Blue Light Reduction, custom gaming modes and ‘HDR ready' viewing. Pricing has not been announced yet, but the iiyama G-Master GB3461WQSU Red Eagle should be available in the UK within the next few weeks.
KitGuru Says: Ultra-wide gaming has come a long way over the last five years and 21:9 displays have also improved quite a bit, delivering 144Hz native refresh rates. Are any of you planning on upgrading your monitor this year? Are you planning on going with an ultra-wide?