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Lenovo G32qc-10 31.5" WLED QHD Curved Gaming Monitor 144hz 1440p £251.99 @ Lenovo

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Posted 11th AprEdited by:"KiNG"

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Level up your game with this incredible 31.5-inch curved QHD monitor. With NearEdgeless bezels and a high contrast ratio, experience an engaging gaming experience. Equipped with AMD Radeon FreeSync™* technology, a high 144 Hz refresh rate, and a quick 4ms response time, the G32qc ensures fast and fluid gameplay. Additionally, the flicker-free and low blue light monitor protects your eyes, making it an ideal monitor for gaming.

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4ms response time but in theory its a pretty high spec monitor for the price! GG, only thing I have found with my QHD monitor is that my 1070 wasn't good enough to play stuff past medium so had to upgrade to support the sexy new resolution.
Wraggy123411/04/2020 01:08

4ms response time but in theory its a pretty high spec monitor for the …4ms response time but in theory its a pretty high spec monitor for the price! GG, only thing I have found with my QHD monitor is that my 1070 wasn't good enough to play stuff past medium so had to upgrade to support the sexy new resolution.


Just out of curiosity, what did you upgrade to? Currently on a 970 and looking to get a monitor with a similar spec to this.
Wraggy123411/04/2020 01:08

4ms response time but in theory its a pretty high spec monitor for the …4ms response time but in theory its a pretty high spec monitor for the price! GG, only thing I have found with my QHD monitor is that my 1070 wasn't good enough to play stuff past medium so had to upgrade to support the sexy new resolution.


i have a 1070 gtx atm myself, what games did you play and frame rates did you get at 2k ?
callumjames9011/04/2020 01:11

Just out of curiosity, what did you upgrade to? Currently on a 970 and …Just out of curiosity, what did you upgrade to? Currently on a 970 and looking to get a monitor with a similar spec to this.


2070 super - it's pretty beefy, but even with a 3700x CPU it's about 80-100fps on cod warzone for example.. 180+ on csgo which is my main. Go back to my off monitor (1080p) and it's all super high frames on everything all the time but obvs not as fit.

The problem with upgrading a GPU is that you've got to have the cpu, ram, psu, mobo all working together else it'll bottleneck. . Thanks gaming for being such an expensive hobby
Really nice price for 32 inch monitor. I would say it can be too big for some FPS games...
KiNG11/04/2020 01:15

i have a 1070 gtx atm myself, what games did you play and frame rates did …i have a 1070 gtx atm myself, what games did you play and frame rates did you get at 2k ?


Warfare on medium settings is really difficult to get anything smooth, it offers a 75% render but at that point all textures are ugly and a 1080p monitor looks way better.

From experience games ported from console (crash bandicoot, spyro, halo) which were designed to run at 60fps will look great with the 1070. It's the games like COD, R6 Siege which will struggle and you've got to tinker with the settings and eventually (in my experience at least) to get smooth gameplay I've sacrificed the quality of the output image which is superier with a lower resolution.
Wraggy123411/04/2020 01:18

2070 super - it's pretty beefy, but even with a 3700x CPU it's about …2070 super - it's pretty beefy, but even with a 3700x CPU it's about 80-100fps on cod warzone for example.. 180+ on csgo which is my main. Go back to my off monitor (1080p) and it's all super high frames on everything all the time but obvs not as fit.The problem with upgrading a GPU is that you've got to have the cpu, ram, psu, mobo all working together else it'll bottleneck. . Thanks gaming for being such an expensive hobby


Thanks thats really handy, I have been jumping back and forth between that and a 2060 Super tbh as I have a Ryzen 3600. Might just wait and see what comes about when the 3000 series GPUs come out supposedly later this year
Pretty decent for single player games.
callumjames9011/04/2020 01:25

Thanks thats really handy, I have been jumping back and forth between … Thanks thats really handy, I have been jumping back and forth between that and a 2060 Super tbh as I have a Ryzen 3600. Might just wait and see what comes about when the 3000 series GPUs come out supposedly later this year


The 3600 is a beast. You can pair that with a 2070 , easy. There'll be a tiny bottleneck - so little it's basically negligible. Just make sure you have high speed RAM to make sure your 3600 is running at 100% clock.

And I mean a beast at 1440p, 144hz.

Not run COD for ages so maybe it's a bit of a hog.

Also, consider the 5700xt. It's a cheaper card, but competes well with the supers.

As for this monitor, it's a great one if you're not worried about a bit of ghosting (like, you'll probably not even notice it unless you're really competitive). You'll probably want a faster one for CS:GO though. At this price though, you'll be hard pressed to find one much better. VA is also good if you do any design work. This is a great premium all rounder on a budget.

I got my AoC 27G2U today. 1440p, IPS, 144hz, 1ms (can't remember if that's g2g) and I love it. About the same price as this so that's a good alternative.

I used a 32 inch 60hz before this for a few days (TV stand in when my old monitor when bust) and the size was great, but I did notice the pixel density was a bit less than the 27 inch. Great for casual gaming though.

Hope that helps!
Just to clarify, this is a 1440p @ 144hz monitor? You have 2K in the title which isn’t 1440p.
I know that G Sync works on some FreeSync certified monitors - would this be in that category?
Edited by: "Bumflake" 11th Apr
Would this be good fit for a PlayStation Pro & Xbox X
JumpMan198011/04/2020 07:59

Would this be good fit for a PlayStation Pro & Xbox X


It would be a better fit for the Xbox as that supports Freesync (apparently some games support 120fps as well) but ideally on this generation, resolution on console is more important than framerate. However, I haven't looked at the new consoles so not sure what features that would bring.
Bumflake11/04/2020 07:20

I know that G Sync works on some FreeSync certified monitors - would this …I know that G Sync works on some FreeSync certified monitors - would this be in that category?


I have this monitor. G Sync is selectable in the Nvidia settings
tolvegeta11/04/2020 08:24

I have this monitor. G Sync is selectable in the Nvidia settings


Any views on the monitor, can't find any reviews on it.
This was £213 a while ago, and this is also a new monitor (released a couple months ago I think), so this kind of pricing for such a display makes it feel like quality isn't going to be that decent, but who knows since there isn't any reviews yet.
Ships from Hong Kong. 3 week delivery when planet not on a complete lockdown. See other thread.
Em-Pop11/04/2020 07:21

Just to clarify, this is a 1440p @ 144hz monitor? You have 2K in the title …Just to clarify, this is a 1440p @ 144hz monitor? You have 2K in the title which isn’t 1440p.


Em, yes it is...
KiNG11/04/2020 08:41

Any views on the monitor, can't find any reviews on it.


It’s very good, I have it myself. I got it for just over £200 before and it’s a steal. I want a second one but no space for it
Em-Pop11/04/2020 07:21

Just to clarify, this is a 1440p @ 144hz monitor? You have 2K in the title …Just to clarify, this is a 1440p @ 144hz monitor? You have 2K in the title which isn’t 1440p.


1440p = 2K = QHD, all the same thing
No complaints, very happy with it.
Wraggy123411/04/2020 01:18

2070 super - it's pretty beefy, but even with a 3700x CPU it's about …2070 super - it's pretty beefy, but even with a 3700x CPU it's about 80-100fps on cod warzone for example.. 180+ on csgo which is my main. Go back to my off monitor (1080p) and it's all super high frames on everything all the time but obvs not as fit.The problem with upgrading a GPU is that you've got to have the cpu, ram, psu, mobo all working together else it'll bottleneck. . Thanks gaming for being such an expensive hobby



XD. I'm on the same boat. HUKD makes it even worse. "OH LOOK AT THAT SHINY NEW THING".

Wallet empty.
For those looking for user feedback so far:
reddit.com/r/b…SR1

Seems like your run of the mill VA panel issues.
Wraggy123411/04/2020 01:08

4ms response time but in theory its a pretty high spec monitor for the …4ms response time but in theory its a pretty high spec monitor for the price! GG, only thing I have found with my QHD monitor is that my 1070 wasn't good enough to play stuff past medium so had to upgrade to support the sexy new resolution.


4ms in extreme overdrive mode, which will be hot garbage.
Whitedot11/04/2020 11:09

4ms in extreme overdrive mode, which will be hot garbage.


Yeah I couldn't imagine it being any higher than 1ms for gaming anymore. Any input delay would be a big no no from me.
Wraggy123411/04/2020 01:08

4ms response time but in theory its a pretty high spec monitor for the …4ms response time but in theory its a pretty high spec monitor for the price! GG, only thing I have found with my QHD monitor is that my 1070 wasn't good enough to play stuff past medium so had to upgrade to support the sexy new resolution.


Exactly the same here but haven't upgraded. Overwatch plays 120hz which is fine for me. Will likely upgrade when next gen gpus come out.
I'm looking for a big monitor for desktop use, mainly web browsing & office apps and will be sitting around 60cm from the screen. Would this be too big? I note that it's a VA panel which is supposed to give poorer viewing angles than IPS but given that it's a curved screen, I'm guessing the viewing angles wouldn't be great even if it was IPS? Any other drawbacks with VA rather than IPS?
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I’ve just bought myself a half decent gaming rig and need a monitor. My main use will be work, but gaming will be an important aspect too. Wondering if anyone can tell me if the monitor in this deal would win out over this.....

Dell S2719DGF 27 Inch TN Anti-Glare LED-backlit LCD Gaming 2019 Monitor - (Black) (1 ms Response Time, QHD 2560 x 1440 at 155 Hz, HDMI, Tilt and swivel and AMD FreeSync) amazon.co.uk/dp/…JCA
RossC9111/04/2020 09:18

1440p = 2K = QHD, all the same thing


When I think of the term 2K, I go by the digital cinema standard resolution of 2048 x 1080, hence my confusion. It’s probably down to my job and I guess the term differs when referring to monitors. But yeah, with QHD monitors, I think of 1440p.
Em-Pop11/04/2020 12:14

When I think of the term 2K, I go by the digital cinema standard …When I think of the term 2K, I go by the digital cinema standard resolution of 2048 x 1080, hence my confusion. It’s probably down to my job and I guess the term differs when referring to monitors. But yeah, with QHD monitors, I think of 1440p.


With monitors 2K would be 2560x1440. I think most people prefer the term 1440p, 2K has issues and I think people mix the ‘quad’ part of QHD and 4K
Bumflake11/04/2020 12:13

I’ve just bought myself a half decent gaming rig and need a monitor. My m …I’ve just bought myself a half decent gaming rig and need a monitor. My main use will be work, but gaming will be an important aspect too. Wondering if anyone can tell me if the monitor in this deal would win out over this.....Dell S2719DGF 27 Inch TN Anti-Glare LED-backlit LCD Gaming 2019 Monitor - (Black) (1 ms Response Time, QHD 2560 x 1440 at 155 Hz, HDMI, Tilt and swivel and AMD FreeSync) https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B07HRZ57ZZ/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_7uAKEb079CJCA



depends on what kind of work you're doing. If it's to do with colour accuracy, forget about this one as it's a TN panel.
Na, just standard office work.
This or the Dell S3220DGF . I currently have it on order. Monitors are not specilism.
RossC9111/04/2020 09:18

1440p = 2K = QHD, all the same thing



its done in such a deceptive way. Realistically 1080p is 2k, you cant just pick and choose what sounds good. if they're going to go by 2560 being 2k then 1920 is 2k 2560 is 2.5k and 3840 is 4k .
I've been looking for a 1440p/144hz monitor for a new gaming pc; I had the impression it was best to look for an IPS pannel? I had been waiting for either this currys.co.uk/gbu…tml
To go back in stock or the more expensive LG GL850. Does it make any sense to pick this up instead? 31' is a bit big for me but seems like a great deal if it's remotely comparable to the monitors I was looking at. I.e. how much difference does 1ms IPS Vs 4ms VA really make for FPS games?
Ordered, cheers.

Although i'm not too sure about the 1500R curve VS 1800 on others, I was originally looking at this which seems to have a more subtle curve:
amazon.co.uk/gp/…h=1
Zaim201211/04/2020 21:16

Ordered, cheers.Although i'm not too sure about the 1500R curve VS 1800 on …Ordered, cheers.Although i'm not too sure about the 1500R curve VS 1800 on others, I was originally looking at this which seems to have a more subtle curve:https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B07FKK6VF1/ref=ox_sc_act_title_1?smid=A3P5ROKL5A1OLE&th=1


That one is only 75hz
IlIlIlIlIlIl11/04/2020 20:13

I've been looking for a 1440p/144hz monitor for a new gaming pc; I had the …I've been looking for a 1440p/144hz monitor for a new gaming pc; I had the impression it was best to look for an IPS pannel? I had been waiting for either this https://www.currys.co.uk/gbuk/computing/pc-monitors/pc-monitors/acer-nitro-vg271upbmiipx-quad-hd-27-lcd-gaming-monitor-black-10195230-pdt.html To go back in stock or the more expensive LG GL850. Does it make any sense to pick this up instead? 31' is a bit big for me but seems like a great deal if it's remotely comparable to the monitors I was looking at. I.e. how much difference does 1ms IPS Vs 4ms VA really make for FPS games?


Generally VA panels tend to have the better response time. So more like a 1ms VA vs a 4ms IPS. If it’s purely for gaming, VA is probably better than an IPS
I bought this screen some weeks ago that was on offer. I am totally satisfied from the performance and the size is good for everything, casual gaming, really comfortable for multitab working and also nice size to watch movies etc.
I only had a minor issue and probably I will get it replaced. The issue is that is tilting a little bit, i guess there is a malfunction on the vesa mount. Does anyone else who bought the same monitor, experienced same issues?
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