Little by little they increase the number of monitors focused for use with video games that sport an HDMI 2.1 connection among their specifications. And that’s what happens with the AORUS FI 32U from Gigabyte. A gaming monitor with 4K resolution that is about to hit the market.
A monitor for use within the gaming market, at least as far as design is concerned. With those touches of color based on an RGB LED lighting system in the rear (RGB Fusion 2.0), it shows very marked shapes with a base that draws attention due to the hole in the support.
Up to 144 Hz on screen, 120 Hz with consoles
In the AORUS FI 32U the protagonist is the screen, which grows around a Super Speed IPS liquid crystal panel in which it manages to reproduce a 4K resolution (3,840 x 2,160 pixels) in a 16: 9 aspect ratio and on a diagonal 31.5 inches.
This set is capable of a refresh rate that supports up to 144 Hz (20 Hz on compatible consoles), 10-bit color depth, 1000: 1 contrast ratio, 350 cd / ㎡ brightness, VESa certification HDR 400 display and 95% color coverage in DCI-P3 and 123% in sRGB.
GIGABYTE AORUS FI 32U Specification
|Panel||Super Speed IPS|
|Resolution||3,840 x 2,160 pixels (UHD)|
|Frequency||Up to 144 Hz|
|Response time||1 millisecond|
|Color coverage||95% in DCI-P3 and 123% in sRGB|
|Others||Less RGB Fusion 2.0 lighting system|
|Connections||2 HDMI 2.1 inputs 1 DisplayPort socket 3 USB 3.0 ports and one USB Type-C port|
Regarding connections, this model is quite well served and has two HDMI 2.1 inputs, a DisplayPort 1.4 connection, three USB 3.0 ports and a USB Type-C port.
The presence of HDMI 2.1 connections means that you can take advantage of the specifications of the latest consoles and compatible computers that allow the use of 4K video at 120 fps. Of course, to achieve these improvements, devices that communicate through an HDMI 2.1 link must necessarily use one of the new Ultra High Speed certified high-speed cables proposed by the HDMI Forum.
Among the technologies to improve the image on the screen, they do not mention whether it is compatible with AMD Sync or NVIDIA G-Sync. What they do make clear in the data hour is that it has “OSD Sidekick” that allows you to make various adjustments from a PC, “ANC” noise cancellation function, “AIM Stabilizer Sync” that reduces motion blur and “Black Equalizer “that improves visibility in dark areas.
Price and availability
For now, Gigabyte has not announced when this model will hit the market or at the price at which we can buy it.
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