The Nixeus EDG 34 managed to impress a lot of reviewers with its gaming performance during their tests, and even though its screen is not as large as the 38-inches offered by the LG 38GN950-B, experts seemed satisfied with its 34-inch screen real estate. Experts from TFT Central were delighted with its 3610:1 contrast ratio, and they confirmed that blacks remained deep and well visible during their experiments. Its 4.3ms input lag may not be as low as the Samsung Odyssey Neo G9’s 2.3ms, but product reviewers still established during their testing that this was low enough for quick gaming responsiveness. Just like the MSI Optix MAG273R, the EDG 34 comes equipped with dual HDMI 2.0 ports, and with an exceptional 95.4% coverage of the SDR color gamut, critics from Rtings established that the QHD monitor handled SDR content quite well during their tests. They also liked that it had a 144Hz refresh rate and a good peak brightness level of up to 400 nits.
However, its lack of support for VRR through HDMI proved disappointing. Reviewers also did not like its poor viewing angles and had difficulty making adjustments because of its mediocre ergonomics.