Gigabyte’s Aorus 4K Gaming series will soon land with three different sized monitors on board to keep PC gamers and those playing on next-gen consoles happy.

Gigabyte's new range of Aorus 4K Gaming monitors have some great surprises in store.

Gigabyte’s Aorus FI32U, Aorus FV43U and Aorus FO48U will be the next dedicated gaming monitors. // Source: Gigabyte

Monitors and televisions with an HDMI 2.1 port are more and more common – thank you next-gen consoles. Gigabyte took the opportunity to release three new monitors dedicated to gaming with features that go far beyond expectations.

Aorus FI32U and Aorus FV43U: overboosted monitors

The two monitors are the most (classic) models in the range. The latter have a fast IPS panel with a definition of 3840 x 2160 pixels. On top of that, the Aorus FI32U and Aorus FV43U are capable of delivering a refresh rate of 144Hz with a response time of one millisecond.

Special mention for the Aorus FV43U which has Vesa DisplayHDR 1000 certification with a 10-bit panel to cover a large color space.

As for the dimensions, the Aorus FI32U is available in 32 inches while the Aorus FV43U is available in 43 inches. Although the 32-inch model can easily fit a desk, it will be difficult to position its big brother – unless you have a large desk and minimal setback. Note that monitors will limit the refresh rate when playing on a console.

Features of the Gigabyte Aorus FV43U

Definition 3840 x 2160 pixels
Colorimetry 10 bits (8 bits + FRC)
97% DCI-P3
150% sRGB
99% AdobeRGB
Cut 43 inch (109.22 cm)
Consumption In use: 280 watts
In standby mode: 0.5 watt
Off: 0.3 watt
Refresh rate up to 144 Hz for computers
up to 120 Hz for consoles
HDR Vesa Display HDR1000
Entrances HDMI 2.1 x2
Display port 1.4 x1
Loudspeakers 12 watts x2
Response time 1 ms
Contrast 4000: 1
Brightness up to 1000 cd / m2
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The Aorus FO48U: 48 inches of happiness in OLED

And here is the Aorus FO48U, the top-of-the-range monitor from the Aorus 4K Gaming series. While the two monitors above are intended for computers, the Aorus FO48U has features tailored for the living room and next-gen consoles.

The Aorus FO48U has a 48-inch OLED panel with a definition of 3840 x 2160 pixels and a refresh rate of 120 Hz – at the same time, the Xbox Series and the PS5 can handle maximum video streams of 120 Hz .

The various Aorus 4K Gaming models from Gigabyte.

The various Aorus 4K Gaming models from Gigabyte. // Source: Gigabyte

Gigabyte enters the race

The manufacturer therefore took the opportunity to advance once again in a very competitive market in order to diversify its different ranges of monitors. For now, no price and release date have been communicated by the brand. To be continued …

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