Cooler Master GM34-CW Overview
Being that the GM34-CW is a 34-inch ultrawide it is going to take up a good amount of space on your desk. Taking a first look at the display we have thin bezels on all sides except for the bottom. The bezel on the bottom is larger than the others, but it still pretty thin.
Right at the center of the bottom bezel is a small Cooler Master logo. Towards the right under the front bezel are five control buttons with legends on the front of the bezel so you know what they control. The button furthest to the right is your power button.
This is a curved display with a 1500R, which is much more of a curve than what we saw on the 1800R curve we saw on the MSI Optix MPG341CQR. The more curve you have the more immersive experience you should have, although too much of a curve would mean you would have to move your head to see the whole screen. It will be ingesting to see the difference between 1800R and 1500R.
One really interesting thing about this display, and actually all of the Cooler Master display’s is that the base of the stand is fashioned like the Cooler Master logo. While this does look cool, it takes up a considerable amount of space on your desk. The stand really offers nothing in terms of cable management.
The stand allows you to adjust the height of the display, angle it left or right, and tilt it. Here are the lowest and highest height adjustments you can have.
As well as the most extreme angles to the right and left…
The back of the display has a small Cooler Master logo on it and there are three LED sections coming out from the center. Sadly these are not RGB, they will just glow the Cooler Master purple color. You do have the option to make them blink, but that is it.
As far as connections on the back of the monitor you have two HDMI, two DisplayPort, 3.5mm audio and a standard power connector.