Why not? The specs does look good though, we will have to wait and see … at CES 2020!
Cooler Master seems to be sticking its tendrils to into another slice of the PC market with the upcoming release of two new monitor products. The company, best known for their cooling solutions, has already branched out into multiple sectors of the PC component and DIY market, and now it seems to want to make a name for itself in the monitor arena as well. Their first entries, the 30″ GM219-30 and 35″ GM219-35, are 21:9 ratio affairs based on VA technology. Both offer Adaptive Sync, which means “limited” NVIDIA G-Sync support and full AMD FreeSync 2 support. The FreeSync 2 support, of course, also entails a measure of HDR capabilities, since that particular revision of the AMD standard was worked on mostly for that inclusion.
The 30″ GM219-30 has a 2560 x 1080 resolution and offers a 200 Hz refresh rate, while the 35″ GM219-35 carries a 3440 x 1440 resolution, but brings refresh rates down to a more common 120 Hz. Cooler Master are quoting a 1 ms refresh rate for these monitors. Release is expected for late 2019, with the 30″ model being expected to retail for $399.99, while the 35″ model will retail for $999.99 USD.