GIGABYTE M27Q 27 Inch Gaming Monitor

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GIGABYTE M27Q 27 Inch Gaming Monitor



Presenting the GIGABYTE M27Q 27 Inch Gaming Monitor – a titan of performance that elevates your gaming experience to new heights. This gaming marvel is equipped with a stunning 27-inch IPS display, offering you crystal-clear visuals with a high resolution of 2560 x 1440 pixels (QHD). The sharpness of the image and lifelike colors will pull you into the game and immerse you completely.

With a blistering 170Hz refresh rate and 0.5ms response time, this monitor will effortlessly keep up with fast-paced action, eliminating motion blur and delivering ultra-smooth gameplay. The GIGABYTE M27Q also boasts a 1 billion color display and support for KVM (Keyboard, Video, Mouse), enhancing color richness and making multitasking a breeze.

Supporting HDR (High Dynamic Range) technology, this gaming monitor ensures the brightest whites and the darkest blacks, enhancing contrast and making in-game details pop out. With 92% DCI-P3 and 140% sRGB, the color range is wider than most standard monitors, providing you with vibrant visuals that make your games look stunningly realistic.

Eye strain during long gaming sessions? Not a problem. The M27Q comes with Flicker-free and Low Blue Light technologies that reduce eye strain and fatigue, ensuring you can game for extended periods without discomfort.

This monitor’s innovative design also includes tilt, pivot, and height adjustment capabilities to fit your perfect gaming setup. The sleek, bezel-less design ensures that it fits seamlessly into any gaming station and adds to the overall immersive gaming experience.

In terms of connectivity, the GIGABYTE M27Q Gaming Monitor is equipped with USB Type-C, DisplayPort, and dual HDMI ports, allowing you to connect various devices with ease. It also comes with an integrated 2.0 channel speaker system for excellent audio quality to match the breathtaking visuals.

Experience gaming like never before with the GIGABYTE M27Q 27 Inch Gaming Monitor – your gateway to an immersive world of high-definition, high-performance gaming.

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Specification: GIGABYTE M27Q 27 Inch Gaming Monitor

Best Seller Ranking

#3 in Gaming Monitors





Cabinet Color


Screen Size




Glare Screen


LED Backlight




Display Type


Adaptive Sync Technology

AMD FreeSync Premium

Viewing Angle

178° (H), 178° (V)

Aspect Ratio



350 cd/m2

Contrast Ratio


Response Time

0.5ms (MPRT)

Display Colors

Color Saturation: 92% DCI-P3, 140% sRGB

Pixel Pitch


Refresh Rate

170 Hz

VESA Certified DisplayHDR

DisplayHDR 400

Curved Surface Screen

Flat Panel

Input Video Compatibility



HDMI, DisplayPort, USB


2 x HDMI 2.0


1 x DisplayPort 1.2

Video Ports

1 x DisplayPort 1.2, 2 x HDMI 2.0, 1 x USB-C (DP Alternative)

USB Ports

2 x USB 3.0

USB 3.0

2 x USB 3.01 x USB-C

Power Supply

100 – 240 VAC, 50/60Hz

Power Consumption

58W (Max.)

Stand Adjustments

Tilt(angle): -5°~+20°Height Adjustment (mm): 130mm

VESA Compatibility - Mountable

100 x 100mm


27" 2560 x 1440 SS IPS Display170Hz Refresh Rate, 0.5ms (MPRT) Response TimeSmooth Gameplay with AMD FreeSync PremiumStudio Grade VESA Display HDR400 and 92% DCI-P3 (140% sRGB) Color GamutControl multiple devices with KVMGIGABYTE Classic Tactical Features with OSD SidekickGIGABYTE Auto-UpdateErgonomic Design with Tilt and Height AdjustmentsLow Blue Light & Flicker-FreeVESA Wall Mount Compatible 100x100mm1x DisplayPort 1.2, 2x HDMI 2.02x USB 3.0, 1x USB Type-C

Dimensions H x W x D

21.01" x 24.22" x 7.99" w, stand14.46" x 24.22" x 1.66" w/o stand


11.02 lbs.

Package Contents

Accessories: Power cable, HDMI cable, DP cable, USB cable, QSG, Warranty card

Date First Available

March 16, 2023

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3 reviews for GIGABYTE M27Q 27 Inch Gaming Monitor

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  1. Josh

    Pros: – Great value for performance – Great color and brightness – KVM switch for work-at-home – DP and HDMI cables included. Cons: – Depending on your GPU and what your are expecting (i.e. HDR, G-sync, Refresh Rate), you may be limited. See my comments in overall review. – Had some strange power cycling of the monitor occur when using KVM. – Online description indicates a 0.5ms response time, however the box indicates a 1ms. – Does not pivot side to side. Overall Review: I am very happy with the quality and performance of this monitor for the price point and I would recommend this monitor. Video Inputs: 1. I noticed that depending on what connection type you choose, the performance can vary: – Display Port connection – G-sync only works on DP, can run up to 170Hz, no HDR on DP – HDMI connection – no G-Sync, can only run up to 144Hz, HDR compatible – I do not have an AMD GPU to test Freesync. – Color/contrast seems better with HDR off. For that reason, I recommend DP connection. 2. KVM – KVM switch takes about 5-10 seconds to switch source input. Not an issue, I just expected the changeover to be faster. – After using a few times, my screen started intermittently connecting and disconnecting. I had to hard reset the PC to get the cycling to stop. It has only had it happed once so far, so time will tell. – Feature is beneficial for using 2 PC’s for work-at-home, and only using one keyboard/mouse. – PIP feature is nice. Other: – User manual is only available through download on Gigabyte website. – OSD software is just ok. Firmware update button doesn’t work.

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  2. GRANT L.

    Pros: Great monitor for the price to get 1440 144hz+ Colors pop Easy to use Cons: Only 2 USB ports Color settings out of box are bad Use only “picture quality” for overdrive Overall Review: Love this monitor, I bought this (free sync) to offset my Dell S2716DG (G-sync) monitor in my dual monitor setup. Once you get the color settings right it looks really good. The colors definitely pop! The OSD nice and the joystick makes changing settings really easy, very nice touch. Definitely only run this monitor using “picture quality” for its overdrive setting as the other settings induce lag, slight ghosting verified using testufo (google it). The built in crosshair is clutch and 100% customizable. I can’t review the stand as mines mounted on a dual arm vesa mount.

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  3. Jake F.

    Pros: -No dead pixels -Good viewing angles and minimal ghosting -Good color accuracy, contrast, and black levels once calibrated (poor out of the box) -Fast (170Hz) variable refresh via AMD Freesync Premium -KVM is excellent for sharing the display, mouse, and keyboard between my pc and laptop -Sturdy stand with height and tilt -Can set shortcuts for each of the 4 directions of the control stick (input, brightness, etc.) -Useful extras like refresh rate and system dashboard displays -Headphone jack on monitor (no speakers) Cons: -Backlight bleed, mostly at lower left -Occasional display black screen or power cycle from display port input -BGR subpixel setup (instead of RGB) makes text a bit blurrier without calibration -HDR doesn’t look good -Has a power brick -Stand does not rotate -USB-C cable not included (Display Port and HDMI are although short, <6') Overall Review: This monitor is a good value for the money. Out of the box, it didn't look great in any of the picture modes but once calibrated, I like it. After a couple weeks of fiddling, I ended up here (these are not professional so feel free to disagree): -Black Equalizer: 11 -Super Resolution: 0 -Overdrive: Picture Quality -AMD FreeeSync Premium: ON -Brightness: between 25 to 35 depending on room lighting -Contrast: 48 -Color: 10 (I also played with vibrancy in NVIDA Control panel) -Sharpness: 5 -Gamma: 3 -Color Temp: Normal -Low Blue Light: 0 -NVIDIA 2560×1440 (170Hz Refresh) -NVIDIA G-SYNC Enabled The G-SYNC setting says "Selected Display is not validated as G-SYNC Compatible" but it lets you turn it on anyway and I can confirm it does in fact work. I have been happy with the KVM feature which lets me share the display, mouse, and keyboard between my gaming PC and work laptop. My work laptop has a Dell docking station with USB-C out. When using KVM, I believe one of the connections must be USB-C because that is what the mouse and keyboard use. For the other, you can choose between Display Port or HDMI which uses a USB return cable for the mouse and keyboard. Everything switches quickly for me (1-2 seconds) and I haven't had any keyboard or mouse dropouts. The BGR issue doesn't bother me. I came from a blurry 1080p display so this looks great. If you are used to better, it might bother you. The backlight bleed isn't noticeable enough for me in normal use. In a really dark scene, I can see it a bit at the bottom left but I can tolerate that. The biggest issue for me is the occasional blackout or power cycle from the Display Port input. It seems to happen a minute or so after turning on my PC (never happens with USB-C input) and it only ever does it once. I tried a second cable and that does it as well. Other reviews mention issues like this as well. Overall, I like it and plan on keeping it. It is a beautiful monitor for gaming, functional for work, and I got it at a great price. It has a few drawbacks but I am able to tolerate them.

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