Taiwanese computer hardware manufacturer <em>Gigabyte<\/em> has unleashed yet another new member in their tactical gaming series monitors \u2013 the <em>Gigabyte Aorus CV27Q<\/em>. This monitor still boasts the same specs as the <a href="https:\/\/happygamer.com\/the-gigabyte-aorus-cv27f-is-the-worlds-first-tactical-gaming-monitor-21904\/" target="_blank" rel="noopener noreferrer">Gigabyte Aorus CV27F<\/a>, dubbed 'World's First Tactical Gaming Monitor.' But while the CV27F is designed for <em>full HD 1080p gaming,<\/em> the new CV27Q can support smooth <em>QHD 1440p gaming.<\/em>\r\n\r\nThe two monitors are based on an <em>8-bit VA panel<\/em> with ELED lighting, but the new Gigabyte CV27Q has a <em>QHD (2560 x 1440) resolution<\/em> and hence the Q at the end of the model. As you may also note, the Full HD model has an F at the end of the model number. If the earlier CV27F suited all your gaming needs except for the resolution, the new Aorus CV27Q is built for 1440p gaming.\r\n\r\nhttps:\/\/twitter.com\/techcritter\/status\/1172089651877883904\r\n\r\nThe display boasts <em>400 cd\/m2 brightness, DisplayHDR400 <\/em>and <em>3000 TYP contrast ratio<\/em>. It covers 95 percent of the <em>DCI-P3 color space<\/em>. The\u00a0Aorus CV27Q is based on a <em>27-inch 1500R curved panel<\/em> and offers a wide 178\u00b0 vertical and 178\u00b0 horizontal viewing angles.\r\n\r\nOne awesome thing about <em>Gigabyte CV27Q<\/em> is the versatility when it comes to adaptive sync compatibility. While it is marketed as an <em>AMD Radeon FreeSync 2 HDR<\/em> gaming monitor, it is also compatible with <em>NVIDIA G-SYNC.<\/em> So, whether you are on the GeForce side or Radeon, the Aorus CV27Q has got you covered.\r\n\r\nIn addition to the adaptive sync, the <em>165Hz refresh rate <\/em>and<em> 1ms response time (MPRT)<\/em> ensure you remain on the competitive edge. The two are essentials when playing games that require, accuracy, fast action and responsiveness.\r\n\r\nWhen it comes to connectivity, there's nothing new in the CV27Q \u2013 it comes with the same options as the earlier CV27F. It features a single DisplayPort 1.4, two HDMI 2.0 ports, and two USB 3.0 ports with support for Quick Charge. An earphone jack is also included.\r\n\r\nThere are also several game-specific features. These include AIM Stabilizer, Game Assist, Black Equalizer, Gaming Dashboard, OSD SideKick, and ANC 2.0, just to mention a few.\r\n\r\nAs far as the design is concerned, the Aorus CV27Q is <em>VESA Wall Mounting<\/em> compatible and is highly adjustable. It can <em>tilt -5\u2218~+21\u2218<\/em> while the swivel stretches from <em>-20\u2218 <\/em>to<em> +20\u2218.<\/em> The unite also has a <em>130mm height adjustment.<\/em> Besides the sleek design and the slim bezels, Gigabyte also included RGB lighting to lighten up your gaming station.\r\n\r\nRegarding availability, Gigabyte says the new Aorus CV27Q will be available in the US later on this year starting from $460. The generous Gigabyte 3-year limited warranty will also cover it.