If you’ve built a PC or bought gaming consoles, there’s a good chance you might be familiar with Corsair as a brand. The company makes all kinds of games like RAM, PC power supply unit, keyboard, and mouse, and so it looks like the company is expanding into gaming consoles as well.
Meet the Corsair Xeneon 32QHD165, the company’s first gaming monitor that will feature a 32-inch display with IPS LED display components. It will play in QHD resolution, as evidenced by its name, as well as 165Hz, which we again consider to be a type that is recognizable in the name as well (score for creativity).
Good payouts will be monitored with AMD FreeSync and NVIDIA G-SYNC so you don’t have to worry about issues like the torn look. Its 165Hz refresh rate will also ensure your games with day-to-day use of the monitor will look silky smooth, a step above other monitor games that typically offer 120- 144Hz refresh rate.
Corsair also thought maybe the show could be used by rivers and has integrated it with Elgato’s Stream Deck software and the company’s own iCUE. That said, the Corsair Xeneon 32QHD165 isn’t cheap at $ 800, but if you’re interested it’s now available for purchase.