Dell Announces 32-Inch 4K And 1440P Monitors With Variable Refresh Rate (VRR) Support

Dell has announced two new 32-inch gaming monitors. The first one with a 4K resolution and the other one with a 1440p display. Both of these showcase an In-Plane Switching (IPS) panel and relatively fast refresh rates. Some major differences have been observed among them. Connectivity is one major difference.

Dell G3223Q Front

Dell 32 4K UHD Gaming Monitor (G3223Q) is equipped with a pair of HDMI 2.1 ports, along with a DisplayPort 1.4 input, a Kensington security lock, two USB 3.2 Gen 1 (5Gbps) downstream ports, a USB 3.2 Gen 1 upstream port, and a 3.5mm headphone-out port on the bottom.

All HDMI 2.1 ports are not built equal, here you will get variable refresh rate (VRR) support and 144Hz at 4K (120Hz if gaming with a PlayStation 5 or Xbox Series X|S). AMD FreeSync Premium Pro and a low 1ms response time are other gaming friendly features offered by it.

Typical brightness is around 400 nits and the peak brightness of this monitor can go up to the level of 600 nits. It also possesses the DisplayHDR 600 badge and claims 95 percent coverage of the DCI-P3 color space and 99 percent of sRGB.

It also comes with a creator mode, and the company claims each G3223Q to be factory calibrated. It also has a Delta E<2 factory pre-calibration certification. The monitor is expected to be available on March 30 at a cost of around $1,099.99.

Dell G3223D Monitor

The Dell 32 USB-C Gaming Monitor (G3223D) is also aimed at gamers. The monitor is equipped with a USB-C port, along with two HDMI 2.0 inputs, a DisplayPort 1.4 connector, a USB 3.0 charging port, a USB 3.2 Gen 1 port, a headphone-out port, and a Kensington security slot.

This is a 1440p display with a refresh rate going up to 165Hz. The low 1ms response time and the FreeSync Premium Pro box is the same but is also certified as being G-Sync Compatible. G-Sync can also be enabled on the G3223Q, but the mileage may differ.

Dell says that the maximum brightness it can achieve can go up to 400 nits. However, the G3223D is DisplayHDR 400 certified.


Dell claims it to be a multi-purpose monitor with picture-in-picture support. It also supports picture-by-picture to separate the screen in 75:25 for instance, chatting or streaming a game while playing. Hence, it gives you multiple options at a time.The G3223D is currently available at the price of around $719.99.

Via HotHardware