Revealed by popular leaker @momomo_us, ASRock is attempting to get into the gaming monitor market with very competitive hardware. As part of its Phantom Gaming lineup, ASRock has already launched two monitors, called PG34WQ15R andPG27FF. Monitor names, you gotta love ‘em.
Since all the big-name gaming brands now also have their own lineup of gaming-specific monitors, practically all major vendors have made the transition to this market. Regardless, ASRock’s new models have entries on the digital-cp license, Consumer. Go. Kr, and Displayport.org websites which further validates their existence.
ASRock FreeSync Premium Monitors
LCD Type: VA
Range: 48-165 via DisplayPort 48-100 via HDMI
LCD Type: IPS
Range: 48-165 via DisplayPort 48-165 via HDMI pic.twitter.com/lLoqZtt8Ze
— 188号 (@momomo_us) July 23, 2022
ASRock Gaming Monitors Specifications:
- Size: 34.0″
- LCD Type: VA
- Resolution: 3440×1440
- Range: 48-165 via DisplayPort 48-100 via HDMI
- Size: 27.0″
- LCD Type: IPS
- Resolution: 1920×1080
- Range: 48-165 via DisplayPort 48-165 via HDMI
According to the data, both monitors have a curved screen, with the ASRock PG34WQ15R sporting a 34-inch display that’s a VA panel with a maximum resolution of 3440×1440. The PG27FF is a 27-inch monitor with an FHD resolution of 1920×1080, rocking an IPS panel. The most recent HDMI and DisplayPort standards are supported by both models.
Both models are expected to use AMD’s Freesync Premium Technology, which means they will run at least 120 Hz refresh rates and undoubtedly support HDR, but we are unsure of the final qualification. The details do not include any other information, including price, so we’ll have to wait and see how ASRock rolls these out.