Thermaltake is excited to introduce two gaming monitors: the TGM-I27FQ and the TGM-V32CQ, both boasting a high-quality QHD (2560 x 1440) display tailored to meet the demands of professional gamers.


The TGM-I27FQ is a 27-inch flat monitor, offering a captivating visual experience with outstanding color rendition – all according to Thermaltake. It comes with a 165 Hz rapid refresh rate, coupled with a 1 ms response time (GtG) ensures seamless gameplay by eliminating lag and motion blur. Notably, this gaming monitor encompasses a cinematic DCI-P3 95% color gamut, delivering a broader spectrum of colors compared to conventional displays. The inclusion of fast IPS technology further enhances color accuracy from various viewing angles.

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Complementing the TGM-I27FQ is the TGM-V32CQ – a 32-inch curved monitor featuring a 170 Hz rapid refresh rate and a 1ms response time (MPRT) along with a DCI-P3 90% color gamut. The 1000R curvature aligns with human eyesight, enhancing viewing comfort and making it an optimal choice for an immersive gaming experience.

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Both the TGM-I27FQ and the TGM-V32CQ support G-SYNC and AMD FreeSync Premium, intelligently synchronizing GPU frame rates with display refresh rates to prevent tearing, stuttering, flickering, or artifacts in any game. These monitors feature a peak brightness of 400 nits and ultra shadow boost technology, ensuring sharp and vibrant visuals, even in darker areas.

Additionally, they incorporate health-conscious design elements, offering flicker-free and ultra-low blue light features to combat eye fatigue and minimize exposure to potentially harmful blue light, all while preserving accurate RGB color representation. Furthermore, their ergonomically designed stands provide height adjustments, swivel, pivot, and tilt options, allowing users to achieve their preferred viewing positions.

No words about pricing or availability yet.

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