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Posted 20 June 2023

Dell 32 G3223D USB-C Gaming Monitor - QHD, 31.5", 165 Hz, 1 ms, IPS - £311.62 with code / £296.04 with newsletter signup code @ Dell

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Reduced from £409 to £328.02, Apply code TELEGRAPH5MON to reduce the price to £311.62.

If you signup for their newsletter HERE , you will get an unique 5% discount code to bring the price down to £296.04

- Free Delivery
- 3 Year Warranty

Incredible visual quality
Your favourite game worlds are enhanced with realistic visuals and vivid colors on this VESA DisplayHDR400-certified QHD monitor. You’ll enjoy brighter colors and deeper blacks thanks to a 95% DCI-P3 color coverage and a flicker-free view that simultaneously reduces blue light exposure all without suffering from any colour degradation.

Fast and responsive gameplay
Stay one step ahead of the competition with this fast IPS panel that supports 165Hz Variable Refresh Rate on PCs and up to 120Hz on Console gaming in QHD resolution. Experience lag-free gameplay thanks to a 1ms GTG response time as well as AMD FreeSync™ PremiumPro and NVIDIA® G-SYNC® compatibility, which eliminates screen tearing to provide a smooth and fluid gaming experience.

Seamlessly fits into your setup
One of the amazing hidden benefits of USB-C integration is the simplified cable management that uses just a single wire to connect to the latest PCs for both audio and multimedia. Combined with a striking vent design with single colour backlighting and a practical height swivel and tilt adjustable stand, this monitor truly balances form and function.

Enhanced console gaming
The Dell 32 USB-C Gaming Monitor offers compatibility with the latest consoles and allows you to experience QHD content at a 120Hz variable refresh rate.


1. Power Connector | 2. Security Lock Slot (based on Kensington Security Slot™) | 3. VESA Mounti | 4. Stand Lock | 5. HDMI 2.0 Port | 6. HDMI 2.0 Port | 7. DisplayPort 1.4 | 8. USB-C Upstream Port | 9. USB 3.0 Charging Port | 10. Headphone Out Porti | 11. SuperSpeed USB 5Gbps (USB 3.2 Gen 1) Type-A Downstream Port

Cables included:
1. Power Cable | 2. DP Cable | 3. USB-C Cable
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  1. The.Fat.Cat's avatar
    Looks good for the money but recents comments regarding Dells after sales 'support' puts me off.
    One HUKD'er got a faulty monitor (lines across the screen), Dell refused to honour the warranty claiming it had suffered 'physical damage', despite photo's sent by the user not showing any physical damage at all...

    Not good.
    Somersett's avatar
    Got a faulty monitor, or it went faulty sometime later? And Dell doesn't get to refuse ANYTHING. The law is the law, despite what certain people dumbly suggest here. If a faulty item is sent out, a simple knowledge of consumer laws in the UK rapidly gets redress.

    Now a 'repair' under warranty is a different matter- but the sane consumer would DEMAND a replacement/money back not repair if the item fails within the legally protected period.

    The advantage of buying from big companies like Dell is that they ALWAYS obey the law if only the punter knows their rights, and ensures Dell knows they are dealing with an informed customer. Sadly it is true their call centre drones may well try to pull a fast one over customers who do not know their rights.
  2. accelerator's avatar
    Was a pretty lovely monitor except for the dead pixel bang centre of the screen I had so had to return it. Got a 27" QHD after returning and I am so disappointed in the size difference, the 1440p at 32" was something people complain about all over the internet but it really does not feel that big a deal at all especially once in-game.

    I'd probably re-order this 32" if I didn't have the Iiyama 43" misprice still on order.
  3. Ornumbbor's avatar
    How long did it take for you to receive the 5% extra code. Signed up to the newsletter but not received anything. Cheers! 
    reckoning's avatar
    Mine came through in a couple of mins..
  4. Ornumbbor's avatar
    Worth noting the the current delivery ETA on these is August - I've placed my order so hoping it will come sooner
    Azwipe's avatar
    Don't pay too much attention, they usually arrive in a day or two.
  5. reckoning's avatar
    Ahhh tempted again, ordered last time but for some reason my order never went through. Convinced myself I didn't need it.
  6. mr_hercules's avatar
    Expired, unfortunately
  7. JoeSpur's avatar
    I would have got this if it were 4K
    Terry_Ankers's avatar
    I'm pretty sure QHD is 4k
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