Gigabyte G34WQC Ultrawide Gaming Monitor Review

Conclusion and Verdict

A 34 inch ultra wide is very similar in height to a 16:9 27″. A 34″ ultrawide would be the minimum size I would recommend. This size offers just enough height that it doesn’t feel like you are using a tiny monitor. The gaming experience was outstanding and I was amazed by the increased area of my game. You will notice on cut scenes and menus, that you will have black bar because those are formatted to a 16:9 format. Some games don’t support the 21:9 but those are older titles. Most new games are going to work just fine at 21:9. As you could tell from the comparisons earlier in the review. The differences between 16:9 and 21:9 can be quite a bit. With 21:9 you get to see so much more of your game. I have been sold that the only way to game is on an ultrawide. The experience was fantastic. Seeing this wide of a monitor seems a little unnatural at first but after using it for several hours, going back to 16:9 kind of felt that way! I feel a little cheated now if I was to game on a 16:9. I have been a user of a VA panel for some time even when the best they could do was a 5ms response. I am not entering competitions and rarely noticed the lag so having to sacrifice that for great color and contrast seemed like a great trade off. But now we have a monitor in front of us capable of 144MHz and a 1ms response. These are great specs and will provide you with enough refresh and response rates. If you are like me and hesitant on an ultrawide, then let me settle you down and tell you the 34″ is a great size. I definitely wouldn’t go any smaller though. I could see my disappointment if the height of the monitor was anything less than this. I have covered a couple of Gigabyte monitor now, both with different panel types, and so far Gigabyte has nailed it, on monitors. The have great performance and are competitively priced. You should take a look at the monitors offered by Gigabyte, you will not be disappointed!


One thing I have yet to mention are the speakers. Yes they are there and they make noise. Its hard to complain about a 2W speaker. There are two of them but if your going to plan on running with a couple of 2W speakers then we have to have a different talk. I like that this monitor has built in speakers but they are not going to wow you. At the very least they could get you by in a pinch or if all you need is the windows feedback sounds. I would not recommend gaming with them. You have a 3.5mm on the back of this monitor to make your listen solution even easier for you to set up.


Level up your gaming experience with the G34WQC 34″ 21:9 FreeSync Ultrawide WQHD VA Gaming Monitor from Gigabyte. Designed to deliver immersive experiences, this 34″ monitor features a 1500R curved Vertical Alignment (VA) panel with 178° horizontal and vertical viewing angles to fill your field of view. With its 3440 x 1440 WQHD resolution at 144 Hz and 1ms Moving Picture Response Time (MPRT), the display is designed to deliver sharp, smooth graphics for videos and games.



You can buy Gigabyte G34WQC Gaming Monitor for around USD $399.99 from b&hphotovideo. You can also buy something similar like the Gigabyte G34QC Gaming Monitor for around USD $329 from Amazon –



  • Price
  • 1ms Response Rate
  • 144Hz Refresh Rate
  • VA Panel
  • Great test results
  • Plenty of Inputs
  • FreeSync and G-Sync Compatible


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Final Thoughts:

The Gigabyte G34WQC Ultrawide will take your gaming to another level. You will finally realize how much of a game you have been missing. So much so, it wont be the same gaming on a 16:9 ever again! The Gigabyte G34WQC Ultrawide Gaming Monitor wins our Funky Kit – Editor’s Choice award.



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