Dell recently released a new line of G-Series gaming monitors. The two monitors released this time are both 32-inch and both use Fast-IPS panels, but the resolutions are 4K and 2K respectively. Both also support AMD FreeSync Premium Pro, and the 4K model will have an HDMI 2.1 interface. The two monitors are basically identical in appearance, with an RGB strip on the back and the same base.
The first is the G3223Q with a 4K resolution. This monitor is actually a 4K version of the existing G2722HS, with a refresh rate of up to 144Hz. Because it uses 2 full-blooded HDMI 2.1 interfaces, the G3223Q can also meet the 120Hz refresh rate when it is connected to the next-generation host. In addition, the G3223Q also has VESA DisplayHDR 600 certification, can play HDR content, and also has a certain number of backlight partitions. In terms of interfaces, in addition to the 2 HDMI 2.1s just mentioned, the G3223Q also has 1 DP 1.4 and 2 USB 3.0 Type-A interfaces.
As for the other monitor G3223D, it is a 2K resolution monitor with a refresh rate of up to 165Hz. It is a mainstream 2K monitor in terms of specifications. Since it is 2K@165Hz, this monitor does not have HDMI 2,1 interface, and only has VESA DisplayHDR 400 level certification. However, compared to the G3223Q, the G3223D has a full-featured USB Type-C interface that can provide 15W of charging power.