Ultrawide 1440P At 144Hz For Under $400, The Viotek GNV34DBE2

Source: Neoseeker Ultrawide 1440P At 144Hz For Under $400, The Viotek GNV34DBE2

Keep An Eye Out For Viotek GNV34DBE2 Ultrawide Display

The Viotek GNV34DBE2 is sold out in many places, though still on Amazon.com for the moment, which is not surprising as it offers a lovely mix of value and performance.  It is a 21:9, 1440×3440 VA display with a 1500R curve which can handle HDR400 and features Freesync, with G-SYNC compatibility.  The only real downside is the stand, which offers -5 to 15 degrees adjustment, but no swivel nor height adjustments; it is VESA 75x75mm compatible so the purchase of an arm would resolve that completely.

Neoseeker took it for a spin and were impressed with what was included with the display at such a low cost, comparatively speaking.  The OSD is quite comprehensive, including not just overdrive settings for response rates but also PIP and PBP functionality.  Gaming performance was without issue and the lack of black bars when watching movies was well appreciated.

Take a peek here.


At $379.99 USD, the Viotek GNV34DBE2 represents tremendous value for the price. It's hands down one of the best ultrawide 34-inch 3440x1440p 144Hz curved monitors. Highly recommended if you want to game at 1440p without breaking the bank!

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  1. willmore

    I recently bought a new monitor and decided to splurge on a higher resolution and higher frame rate one. I ended up with the Acer EI272UR Pbmiiipx which is 1440p (16:9) at 144Hz. It’s got one DP and one HDMI which can do 144Hz and an additional pair of HDMI which can only do 1440p60. It’s a 27″ monitor with a 1500R curvature. I was stuck to no larger monitor as the hutch on my desk can’t fit anything better. The PPI is really good at 27″. I’m curious what the PPI at 34″ is. I doubt the extra width makes up for the 27>34 increase, so it’s going to be lower on teh 34″ display.

    I came from a 2560x1080p60 display (LG 25″ ultra wide IPS). Basically my monitor just got taller (and curved). The VA pannel in the new monitor isn’t bad at all. I was worried about going away from the IPS display before as that was a huge step up from the TN pannel I had before–colors were way better and the off axis viewing range made more of a difference than I had expected.


    > I’m curious what the PPI at 34″ is. I doubt the extra width makes up for the 27>34 increase, so it’s going to be lower on teh 34″ display.

    It is actually the same. The 34″ ultrawide have the same height as a 27″, it’s only wider (hence the increase in diagonal as well) and has the same pixel density.

    • Jeremy Hellstrom

      ’round about 110 according to my calculator

    • willmore

      Thanks. I later ran the numbers and got only a few % difference in PPI.

      Sadly, it still won’t fit on my desk. 🙂

      • Jeremy Hellstrom

        Get the ginormous version of the desk Brett reviewed? 😉

        • willmore

          I’m not moving my office and I have the opportunity to remove the hutch finally. But it’s too late to redo the monitor purchase. I’m happy with the 1440p144 27″, It’s plenty big. I’m nearsighted, so I’ll just sit closer. 🙂

          • willmore

            I’m “now” moving…


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