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.
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)
|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|
|Brightness||up to 1000 cd / m2|
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 .
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 …