Gigabyte 27" G27Q 144Hz FreeSync Premium IPS Open Box Gaming Monitor
Refurbished 27" Gigabyte G27Q Monitor, IPS, 2560x1440, 144Hz, 1ms, FreeSync, 12M:1, 350cd/m², HDMI/DP,G-SYNC Compatible
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27" G27Q 144Hz Freesync QHD IPS Monitor from Gigabyte - Refurbished
JOIN THE ULTIMATE BATTLES AND AIM TO WIN Your monitor brings out the best performance of your PC components. With the Gigabyte G27Q enjoy the ultimate specifications and quality when it comes to gaming displays. The G27Q provides a speedy 144Hz refresh rate and a 1ms response time so you can hit your shots with ease, along with 8-bit colour for truly spectacular visuals. Gigabyte offers a wealth of innovative features such as OSD Sidekick, an exclusive interface that allows you to tweak monitor options from your desktop. With this you can enable GameAssist, Dashboard, Black Equalizer, and more. The G27Q also uses a Flicker-Free screen with Low Blue Light technology so you can stay gaming for longer without fatigue.
Performance like No Other
1ms Response TimeSuper fast 1ms response time for the most smooth gaming experience ever.
FHD with 144HzHigh resolution and fast refresh rate, giving you the detailed display quality and fluid gaming experience.
8-bit colour, 95% DCI-P3Fantastic colour display and 95% DCI-P3 super wide-gamut colour.
Style to Fit into your Desktop
SIMPLE BUT STYLISHThe streamlined appearance represents the simplicity of the GIGABYTE gaming series design philosophy, with a sturdy stand and matte finish built for functional and aesthetic features adding more to the characteristics.
Impressive Features to Boost your Gameplay
OSD SidekickGIGABYTE OSD Sidekick allows you to set the display options with keyboard and mouse, giving you the easiest way to adjust monitor settings.
DashboardThe dashboard reveals your real-time hardware information including CPU voltages, clock speed, temperatures, etc. The best part is that it won’t be blocked by any games.
Black EqualizerThis feature allows you to have more details of the dark side without overexposing the bright side at the same time.
Auto-Update Users can effortlessly enjoy the finest gaming experience with features GIGABYTE continues to develop and upgrade while giving extra protection to your monitor.
Streamline your Gaming with GameAssist
TimerOnscreen timer will assist you on tracking the elapsed game time.
COUNTERThe gaming counter will help you calculate the time more easily.
CROSSHAIRThis feature will allow you to customize crosshairs that helps improve your aim in the shooting game.
ALIGNMENTThe display alignment function will facilitate you on the multi-display set-up, monitors will line up perfectly.
Aim StabilizerThis feature will reduce motion blur so you will have a better visual clarity that helps tracing the track of bullet and aim the target easily.
Technologies to Enhance your Gaming
Flicker-FreePreventing eye strain and fatigue.
Clear SoundOffering a quality sound experience.
Low Blue LightCertified by TÜV Rheinland for eye health protection.
Versatile Connectivity Options
MORE WAYS TO CONNECTThe connectivity featured on this GIGABYTE monitor gives gamers a wealth of ports including Two USB 3.0, DisplayPort 1.2, Two HDMI 1.4, headphone audio port and is kensington-lock ready. Includes all the relevant accessories: DP cable, HDMI cable, power cable, USB cable and warranty card.
Find the Perfect Viewing Angle
Ergonomic Design Your GIGABYTE Gaming monitor features an exclusive stand that's ergonomically designed to offer an extensive range of height and tilt adjustments.
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For further information regarding Scan's warranty procedure please see our terms and conditions
- 36 months
- DOA Period:
- 28 days
- RTB Period:
- 28 months
- Gigabyte Uk
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