If you’ve redesigned a PC or bought a game console, you’re in a position to recognize Corsair as a name. The company manufactures all kinds of gaming devices such as RAM, PC powerboards, keyboards, and mice, and now it looks like the company has grown and seen the game again.
Meet the Corsair Xeneon 32QHD165, the company’s first game controller that will feature a 32-inch display and IPS LED display. It will play a QHD resolution, as evidenced by its name, as well as 165Hz, which we also consider to be more recognizable by name (technical terms).
The monitor pays well with AMD FreeSync and NVIDIA ABOUT so you don’t have to worry about things like breaking a window. Its refreshing 165Hz price will also ensure that your game and day-to-day use of the project will look smooth, a step further for other reviewers that offer 120-144Hz refreshing prices.
Corsair has also speculated that the show could be operated by streams and has integrated it with Elgato’s Stream Deck program and the company’s CUE. That being said, the Corsair Xeneon 32QHD165 is not cheap at $ 800, but if you really want it already available for purchase.