Dell has released a couple of new gaming monitors for the Malaysia market and mind you, these are not under the Alienware branding and just simply Dell which means there’s more to be focused on the performance delivery rather than the external aesthetics. Let’s see how they differ.

Dell G3223Q

Taking the spotlight is the G3223Q that churns out sharp details and incredible clarity at 4K resolution thanks to the high-quality IPS panel with VESA DisplayHDR 600 certification amped by up to 144Hz refresh rate for PC and 120Hz for the latest consoles thanks to the HDMI 2.1 port. On top of these, the AMD FreeSync Premium Pro will take care of your gameplay sessions through fluid, tearless graphic expression while the new Creator Mode added natively to this monitor enables creators and developers alike to adjust to selected color gamut to fulfill their needs for color-accurate tasks. Also, the blue LED strip on the back makes a subtle shine diffusing through the surroundings makes it stealthy yet cool.

Dell G3223D

If the G3223Q is a bit too overkill for your usage, Dell is also offering the toned-down version G3223D that offers QHD resolution and VESA DisplayHDRT 400 certification for an equally good experience at a lower price tag. For the specifications, the refresh rate is geared up to 165Hz with 120Hz support for consoles, 1ms Gray-to-Gray response time, AMD FreeSync Premium Pro + NVIDIA G-Sync Compatibility support to provide a well-rounded gaming display with a wide range of tech support. Also, it also has a USB-C port at the back for those that play the daisy-chaining Display Out setup.

Price and Availability

Stocks are currently available on Dell’s official website and you can buy the Dell G3223Q and G3223D at the price of RM3,539 and RM2,259 respectively.


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