ASRock is about to enter the market for game monitors. The manufacturer is preparing to launch several models under the names PG42U, PG34WQ15R, PG32QF, PG27FF. The presence of the PG in the label may indicate their affiliation with the Phantom Gaming series, under which the company produces parent fees and video cards for game systems.
Some models of the ASRock monitors have already been noted in various electronic equipment certification organizations. This means that the official announcement of the novel should take place very soon. It is now known that the PG34WQ15R and PG27FF models have been supported by the AMD FreeSync Premium technology.
The ASRock PG34WQ15R model will offer a 34-inch VA matrix with a resolution of 3440 x 1,440 pixels and an update frequency of 165 Hz. However, this update frequency will only be available through DisplayPort. The monitor will also receive the HDMI port with support for up to 100 Hz updates. HDR support will be announced for the new development.
The ASRock PG27FF model offers a 27-inch IPS disk with a 1920 × 1080 resolution and a 165 Hz update frequency. It also has HDR support, as well as DisplayPort and HDMI outlets. It is mentioned that the company is about to release several versions of this monitor.
The PG42U and PG32QF models are now almost unknown. The first is likely to offer a 42-inch 4K-supported display, and the second will be equipped with a 32-inch screen with a 1440p resolution.
Colleagues in the workshop — ASUS, Gigabyte, and MSI — have long proven themselves, among others, as monitors manufacturers. Even NZXT recently introduced its first game displays. Only ASRock remained a "white crow" among the major computer components manufacturers. This will change in the foreseeable future.
When ASRock will present and value the above displays, nothing is known yet.