iiyama G-Master Red Eagle GB3461WQSU-B1


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iiyama G-Master Red Eagle GB3461WQSU-B1
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Key specs

Screen size
34 inches
Recommended display resolution
3440x1440
Refresh rate
144 Hz
Sharpness
Quad HD (1440p)
Pixel density
109 ppi

Pros and cons

According to our monitor expert
  • Thanks to the 1 ms response time and 144Hz refresh rate, you'll experience extremely smooth images.
  • With an ultrawide monitor, you can see more of the playing field if the game supports this.
  • The 3440x1440 resolution ensures sharp images during gameplay.
  • This monitor is 81.7 centimeters wide, so you need a lot of space on your desk.
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Description

Get fully immersed in your favorite games with the iiyama G-Master Red Eagle GB3461WQSU-B1 gaming monitor. The monitor refreshes 144 times per second, so you have a very smooth image while gaming. Thanks to the 21:9 aspect ratio and the 34-inch screen, you'll see more of the playing field. You don't have to compromise on pixels, since this large screen has a 3440x1440 resolution. That is as sharp as QHD, but wider. The 1ms response time ensures you won't be bothered by ghosting. Set up FreeSync to adjust the refresh rate to the number of fps your video card produces. You can tilt, rotate, and adjust this monitor in height for a comfortable sitting position during gameplay.

Note: For QHD gaming, you need a powerful video card, such as an NVIDIA GeForce RTX GPU or AMD Radeon RX 5000 series GPU, or an Xbox One X or S.

Get fully immersed in your favorite games with the iiyama G-Master Red Eagle GB3461WQSU-B1 gaming monitor. The monitor refreshes 144 times per second, so you have a very smooth image while gaming. Thanks to the 21:9 aspect ratio and the 34-inch screen, you'll see more of the playing field. You don't have to compromise on pixels, since this large screen has a 3440x1440 resolution. That is as sharp as QHD, but wider. The 1ms response time ensures you won't be bothered by ghosting. Set up FreeSync to adjust the refresh rate to the number of fps your video card produces. You can tilt, rotate, and adjust this monitor in height for a comfortable sitting position during gameplay.

Note: For QHD gaming, you need a powerful video card, such as an NVIDIA GeForce RTX GPU or AMD Radeon RX 5000 series GPU, or an Xbox One X or S.


Included by default

Included by default

Key specs

Screen size
34 inches
Recommended display resolution
3440x1440
Refresh rate
144 Hz
Sharpness
Quad HD (1440p)
Pixel density
109 ppi

Included by default

Included by default


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Rating

Rating per section

Installation ease
10
Image quality
8
Price-quality ratio
10
Design
8

Most helpful reviews

Most helpful reviews

4.5 / 5 stars
8,8/10
"Good, but support for ultrawide 1440p can be an issue"

Andre Brait Carneiro Fabotti | 24 October 2020

  • Pros:
    Good picture quality
  • Pros:
    Speakers are good enough
  • Pros:
    Easy to assemble
  • Pros:
    Color reproduction, after adjusting it
  • Pros:
    Low input lag, despite some reviews saying it has a high input lag
  • Con:
    Computer might not work even with HDMI 2.0
  • Con:
    Not curved, so picture can get distorted at the corners of the screen
  • Con:
    Even sitting far from it, you still need to turn your neck quite a bit
  • Con:
    Stand is a bit wobbly (but not too much)

This is a nice monitor, for sure. It does everything it promises, and it's beter than some reviews make it seem. The screen is bright and colorful, and viewing angles are worse than your usual high-end IPS, but they're not bad at all. The only issues it has are issues all flat ultrawide monitors have. However, it definitely requires DisplayPort to work at 3440x1440, even at 60Hz. HDMI 2.0 is theoretically enough, but support on some Intel IGPs and some OSes might cause it not to work using HDMI at all, or work but only in 16:9 mode. I bought it to work, so I don't need two monitors, but unfortunately the distortion at the edges of the screen becomes too big to be able to read the text on them.

However, if such things are not an issue for you, the display is very readable and the colors are pleasant for reading code and editing photos (assuming you don't require professional levels of color accuracy on the latter). Gaming certainly is more immersive, so if your only goal is to game on it and the games you're going to play are compatible with 21:9 aspect ratio, definitely go for it.

I would probably be able to live with the resolution issues, but HDMI 2.0 not working at times is an unfortunate thing because both my work and home laptops only have HDMI ports and under Linux I need to run a script on startup to make it run at 3440x1440 at 45Hz, which is sub-optimal, as you may think.

Good, but support for ultrawide 1440p can be an issue

4.5 / 5 stars
8,8
  • Pros:
    Good picture quality
  • Pros:
    Speakers are good enough
  • Pros:
    Easy to assemble
  • Pros:
    Color reproduction, after adjusting it
  • Pros:
    Low input lag, despite some reviews saying it has a high input lag
  • Con:
    Computer might not work even with HDMI 2.0
  • Con:
    Not curved, so picture can get distorted at the corners of the screen
  • Con:
    Even sitting far from it, you still need to turn your neck quite a bit
  • Con:
    Stand is a bit wobbly (but not too much)

This is a nice monitor, for sure. It does everything it promises, and it's beter than some reviews make it seem. The screen is bright and colorful, and viewing angles are worse than your usual high-end IPS, but they're not bad at all. The only issues it has are issues all flat ultrawide monitors have. However, it definitely requires DisplayPort to work at 3440x1440, even at 60Hz. HDMI 2.0 is theoretically enough, but support on some Intel IGPs and some OSes might cause it not to work using HDMI at all, or work but only in 16:9 mode. I bought it to work, so I don't need two monitors, but unfortunately the distortion at the edges of the screen becomes too big to be able to read the text on them.

However, if such things are not an issue for you, the display is very readable and the colors are pleasant for reading code and editing photos (assuming you don't require professional levels of color accuracy on the latter). Gaming certainly is more immersive, so if your only goal is to game on it and the games you're going to play are compatible with 21:9 aspect ratio, definitely go for it.

I would probably be able to live with the resolution issues, but HDMI 2.0 not working at times is an unfortunate thing because both my work and home laptops only have HDMI ports and under Linux I need to run a script on startup to make it run at 3440x1440 at 45Hz, which is sub-optimal, as you may think.

Andre Brait Carneiro Fabotti | 24 October 2020

Most helpful reviews

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