ASRock seems to be ready with the first products to enter the market for gaming monitors. The ASRock PG34WQ15R, ASRock PG32QF, and the ASRock PG27FF have bagged a number of certifications that allow us to outline some basic specs and features. For starters, as gaming products, these will be launched under the Phantom Gaming (PG) sub-brand that's gaming-targeted. The ASRock PG34WQ15R will have a 34-inch curved VA display with an ultra-wide QHD resolution (3440 x 1440). It is AMD FreeSync Premium certified and supports 48-165Hz VRR via DisplayPort and 48-100Hz via HDMI. The ASRock PG27FF has a flat 27-inch IPS display with an FHD resolution and supports 48-165Hz VRR via both the DisplayPort and HDMI inputs. Teh DisplayPort certification also partially unveils the ASRock PG32QF with a 31.5-inch QHD display but it is not listed on the AMD FreeSync certification database. The HDCP certification also mentions PG27F15R and PG27F15R2A, which are most likely with 27-inch FHD 1500R curved displays. It also unveils that the manufacturer of the monitors for ASRock is Top Victory Investments Limited.
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