The Iiyama G-Master GB3467WQSU is a 34-inch curved VA panel with UWQHD definition and a 165Hz frequency response with a record response time of 0.4ms.
The Iiyama G-Master GB3467WQSU-B1 monitor features a 34-inch widescreen VA panel with an Ultra Wide Quad HD resolution of 3440×1440 pixels and a curved viewing radius of 1.5 metres (1500R). It is part of a new generation of VA monitors that claim a response time of only 0.4ms (compared to the usual 1ms for the fastest VA monitors). The monitor supports a maximum refresh rate of 165 Hz and is compatible with FreeSync, and by extension, with G-Sync. The manufacturer claims a full brightness of 550 cd/m², a contrast of 3000:1 and viewing angles of 178°. It offers complete connectivity and some appreciable adjustments at the stand.
The Iiyama G-Master GB3467WQSU-B1 is sold for around €630, which is much more expensive than the Iiyama G-Master GB3461WQSU-B1 with its 34-inch UWQHD 144 Hz 1 ms IPS panel sold for less than €500, and the Huawei MateView GT 34-inch VA 144 Hz also for €500.
The Iiyama G-Master GB3467WQSU opts for a classic design with well-finished matt black plastics. Only the Y-shaped stand stands out a little from the other screens of the Japanese brand and gives a glimpse of the gaming side of this screen.
The Y-shaped stand is wide (55 cm for a depth of 28 cm). Fortunately, the legs are thin and free up a lot of space on the desk.
This monitor has a height adjustment of 13 cm and a tilt adjustment between -3° and +20°. While the GB3467WQSU-B1 swivels to portrait orientation, it is only used to transport the monitor. This is because the stand is not high enough to allow the widescreen panel to rotate before it hits the desk. It is possible to place it in portrait mode, but then it is tilted backwards, and this position is frankly of little use, especially with a curved monitor.
The rear of the chassis is entirely made of good quality matt black plastic. The connectors face downwards. Once the stand is removed, the monitor is compatible with VESA 100 x 100 mm mounts. There is a reasonably basic cable channel at the base of the arm to group all the wires.
The connectivity consists of two HDMI inputs, two DisplayPort inputs, a headphone output and four USB 3.0 ports. The screen also has two 5W speakers, which are far from exceptional but still useful for system sounds and for watching short videos.
Iiyama has the idea to use a four-way clickable joystick which is the most efficient way to navigate the menus. The OSD allows for adjustment of brightness, contrast, gamma, colour temperature, overdrive, FreeSync… but the navigation is sometimes messy. The monitor also has dedicated buttons for source switching and volume control which comes in handy in everyday use.
On our 140 x 60 cm desk, the Iiyama GB3467WQSU-B1 takes up a lot of space. The 27.5 cm deep stand takes up a good part of the desk, but its airy side leaves enough room for the keyboard and mouse. The Ultra Wide Quad HD resolution of 3440 x 1440 px is still a pleasure to use, whether for office tasks with a comfortable workspace or in games, where this resolution remains in the good average for modern graphics cards. However, you need a powerful card to use this resolution at a frequency of 165 Hz.
The Iiyama G-Master GB3467WQSU-B1 is an excellent, versatile monitor suitable for gamers and workers. Gamers enjoy the best responsiveness on a VA panel, a 165Hz frequency and FreeSync compatibility. In contrast, workers want the workspace available on this 34-inch panel, the image quality (true colours, high contrast) and neat ergonomics. Add to this the low power consumption and the four USB 3.0 ports, and the Iiyama monitor is almost flawless.
iiyama G-MASTER Red Eagle GB3467WQSU-B1 86.4 cm (34") Gaming Monitor VA LED, (HDMI, DisplayPort, USB 3.0) 0.4ms Response Time, 165Hz, FreeSync Premium, Height Adjustment, Black
|Current Price||£494.00||September 23, 2023|
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