When we allow the name Corsair, we’re thinking of PC constituents like memory, SSDs, or peripherals. Corsair makes other constituents, including full gaming PCs, and has revealed a new gaming observer called the Xeneon 32QHD165. The display was confected specifically for gamers and content begetters, featuring an ultra-slim 32- inch UHD resolution panel.
The panel uses IPS LED tech and has a native resolution of 2560 × 1440. Its refresh rate is up to 165 hertz, and it features an AMD FreeSync Premium certificate and Nvidia G-Sync chime. Corsair designed its new display to integrate into its iCUE and Elgato Stream Deck ecosystems.
The screen has a thin bezel around its edges, making it more suited to multiple screen setups. The IPS LED panel uses Quantum Patch technology to cover 100 percent sRGB, 100 percent Adobe RGB, and 98 percent DCI-P3 color scales. High ranks of color duplicates make the empiric fitting for founders working in Photoshop, After Paraphernalia, and other content creation platforms.
Viewing angles are up to 178 degrees horizontally and vertically. One of the crucial features for gaming is a refresh rate of up to 165 hertz, which Corsair says is twice the refresh rate of standard displays. The screen also promises a 1ms response time. A 1/ 4- inch threaded mount on top of the podium works with ElgatoMulti-Mount systems to make setting up cameras, lights, or microphones on top of the empiric easy.
Connectivity options include duplex HDMI2.0 harbors, DisplayPort1.4 harborage, duplex USB3.1 Type-C harbors, and duplex USB3.1 type A harbors. Its aluminum rostrum has integrated rope routing and guild and can pitch from-5 degrees to 20 degrees with 100 mm of height adaptation. It also has a composite 100 mm x 100 mm VESA mounting system. The empiricist is available now for$799.99.