Gigabyte announced three new gaming monitors 4K as part of its flagship brand Aorus. These are equipped with HDMI 2.1, which is still a rare display connector that allows you to play at high refresh rates in 4K resolution, without using image compression or other tricks. All three Gigabyte novelties are proposals for players aiming at long diagonals and high-end functions. Monitors will also offer standard VESA HDR 1000 and will be available in three sizes: 32, 43 and as much as 48 inches, which is practically a television format.
Monitors will also be standard VESA HDR 1000 and will be available in three sizes: 32, 43 and as much as 48 inches, which is practically a television format.
The 32-inch FI32U and 43-inch FV43U will be equipped with Super Fast IPS 4K panels with a refresh rate of 144 Hz. Gigabyte also boasts that the FI32U will have a 0.5ms response time, which means it will be one of the faster 4K gaming monitors. The other two monitors received a spot response time of 1 ms, so we are still talking about very fast matrices. All three Gigabyte novelties have also received the VESA DisplayHDR 1000 certificate, which means that their maximum brightness will be at least 1000 nits, which should translate into a really good HDR effect. What's more, they are equipped with 10-bit panels with 99% Adobe RGB coverage and as much as 150% sRGB gamut. This means that they should be great not only for games, but also movies (especially in this size) and working with graphics (although they may require professional calibration).
The 48-inch model clearly stands out from the other two, because FO48U is equipped with a 4K OLED panel with a refresh rate of 120 z. Most likely we are dealing here with the LG matrix used in the CX OLED TV, which also offers HDMI 2.1 and refreshing 120 Hz (and even support for G-Sync and FreeSync), which is very popular among players. Thus, the Aorus FO48U is facing a difficult task, especially since the LG TV is really well priced and we expect the Gigabyte monitor to be clearly more expensive. In return, however, we'll get a rich set of gambling features that Aorus monitors are famous for, including Aiming Stabilizer, Dashboard, Black Equalizer, ANC 2.0, and more. Probably there will also be RGB backlight. Unfortunately, the prices of Gigabyte's new products have not yet been disclosed, and we do not know when to expect them on store shelves.
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