If you’ve ever built a PC or bought gaming peripherals, there’s a good chance you might be familiar with Corsair as a brand. The company makes all kinds of gaming hardware like RAM, PC power supply units, keyboards, and mice, and now it looks like the company has expanded to gaming monitors as well.
Meet the Corsair Xeneon 32QHD165, the company’s first gaming monitor which will feature a 32-inch display and an IPS LED display panel. It will sport a QHD resolution, as evidenced by its name, and also a 165Hz, which once again we suppose is kind of obvious in the name as well (points for creativity).
The monitor will pay nicely with AMD FreeSync and NVIDIA G-SYNC so you don’t have to worry about issues such as screen tearing. Its speedy 165Hz refresh rate will also ensure your games and day-to-day use of the monitor will look silky smooth, a step above other gaming monitors which typically offer 120-144Hz refresh rates.
Corsair has also taken into consideration that the display might be used by streams and has integrated it with Elgato’s Stream Deck software and the company’s own iCUE. That being said, the Corsair Xeneon 32QHD165 does not come cheap at $800, but if you’re keen it’s already available for purchase.