QHD Monitors

QHD/WQHD Gaming Monitors

Canvas QHD Monitors

The Big Picture

Canvas QHD monitors come loaded with features to balance picture and performance—all housed in an elegant frame.

Curate your Canvas

Put your room in light or dark mode with your choice of a white or black Canvas. Choose from a small-footprint stand or arm for a space-saving solution that complements your setup.

Pixel Perfect

Bring all the details of your game worlds to life in Quad-HD 1440p resolution. Make your hyper-realistic games look more hyperreal. Or play a colorful indie game in all its whimsical glory. Canvas QHD monitors are all about whatever you're all about.

Smooth Visuals

Canvas QHD kicks the blur to the curb with fast, smooth gameplay for greater clarity in epic or tense gaming environments. The 165Hz refresh rate delivers smooth performance that really shows off what your CPU and GPU can do.

Need for Speed

A 1ms response time narrows the gap between your keyboard and mouse inputs, and what you see on the screen. It could be the difference between a hit and a miss.

AMD FreeSync™

AMD FreeSync Premium gives those heart-wrenching, fast-paced moments a boost by fighting against screen tearing, flickering, and input latency.

Vibrant Vibes

Whether you're wandering around a dark cave or exploring bright, open landscapes, HDR 10 and Cinematic DCI-P3 color gamut display vibrant colors and contrasts that illustrate your game worlds in vivid detail.

Immersive Design

Ultra Thin Bezel

Minimal edges offer an immersive picture that blends seamlessly into your setup.

Keep it clean

Neatly organize your cables with built-in cable management on the stand.


Adjust the height, tilt, swivel, and pivot (27Q only) as needed.

See Canvas in Action

QHD Monitors FAQ

Intel-based PCs can offer strong gaming performance thanks to their high single-core performance and overclocking potential. Pairing them with powerful GPUs, sufficient RAM, and fast storage ensureQuad high definition, or a display resolution of 2560x1440 pixels, is referred to as QHD.

A computer display with a native resolution of 2560x1440 pixels is referred to as a QHD monitor. This resolution is higher than FHD (1920x1080) but lower than 4K (3840x2160).s smooth gameplay and quick load times. Overall, Intel CPUs are commonly used in gaming setups and can provide a satisfying gaming experience.

Using a QHD monitor has a number of advantages. Here are a few things to consider:

  • Higher resolution: A QHD monitor has a resolution that is higher than an FHD panel, giving you clearer, more detailed images.
  • Broad viewing angle: Users can see the display well from various locations thanks to QHD displays' wide viewing angles.
  • Compatibility: Wide range of devices are compatible with QHD monitors because QHD is a regularly utilized resolution for high-definition displays. These devices include PCs, laptops, tablets, and smartphones.
  • Visual Quality: QHD monitors can display high-quality images, making them suitable for tasks that require a high level of detail, such as photo and video editing.

There are a number of things to think about when purchasing a QHD display, including:

Panel type: Twisted nematic (TN), vertical alignment (VA), and in-plane switching are the three panel types most frequently utilized in QHD monitors (IPS). The least expensive and with the fastest refresh rates are TN panels, although they have constrained viewing angles. Although VA panels can have slower refresh rates, they are more expensive and offer good color fidelity and contrast. In terms of best color fidelity, viewing angles, and response speeds, IPS panels are the priciest.

Size: Take into account the monitor's dimensions in relation to the intended application and the available space. 27 and 32 inches are the most popular sizes for QHD monitors.

Why are refresh rate and response time important?

Refresh rate In hertz, the refresh rate of a monitor refers to how frequently the display is changed per second (Hz). For gaming and other fast-moving material, a monitor with a refresh rate of at least 60Hz is essential because a greater refresh rate can enhance the fluidity of motion on the screen.

Response time The amount of time it takes for a pixel on a monitor to switch from one color to another, expressed in milliseconds (ms). It is vital to choose a monitor with a low response time, often 5ms or lower, as this can lessen motion blur.

Your Games, Your Way

Make the Canvas experience your own with NZXT CAM. Adjust monitor settings on the fly without the need for fumbling at the back of your monitor. Add preset picture modes for popular games or create custom profiles that sync with your games or the time of day.


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