Inside Gigabyte's AORUS 4K Monitors: Specs & Features – PCMag AU

Gigabyte makes a huge range of performance hardware and custom laptops and accessories. With the Gigabyte range of AORUS 4K monitors being some of the highest quality, fully featured gaming monitors available on the market today.
We take a look at the three 4K monitors available in Australia in the 2021 range, and compare the specs and available features to help you decide if one of these is right for you. The monitors range in sizes from 31.5” to a whopping 47.53”, and all feature HDMI 2.1 support for 4K@144Hz, making them perfect for high end gaming PCs and the current generation of consoles, the PS5 and Xbox Series X at 4K 120Hz.
All three monitors also include support for AMD FreeSync Premium / NVIDIA G-SYNC, and the two large models (the FV43U and FO48U) also prominently feature Hi-Fi Space Audio for a true-to-life sound experience from the built-in speakers. As well as AOROS’ signature Active Noise Cancellation which (when your microphone is run through your monitor) will minimise background noise and game sounds from being picked up and transmitted. Here are your options:
The AORUS FI32U is the flagship monitor of the range, with 32” usually being the sweet spot for a gaming monitor on most desktop setups. Featuring a 31.5-inch (80cm) 4K UHD 3840×2160 SuperSpeed IPS display with a 144Hz refresh rate and 1ms response time, the AOROS F132U is capable of stunning colours with 10-bits colour (8 bits + FRC) with 90% DCI-P3 / 123% sRGB. It’s ergonomic design with height, tilt, pivot, and swivel adjustments and VESA DisplayHDR 400 make this a highly versatile monitor, and ESS SABRE Audio allows for high quality sound as well. Find out more here.
The AORUS FV43U features a 43 inch (109cm) 4K UHD 3840×2160 Quantum Dot display with a 144Hz refresh rate and 1ms response time. With 10-bits colour (97% DCI-P3/ 150% sRGB), 1000 nits Brightness with DisplayHDR 1000 and built-in Space Audio, the FV43U is everything you need for a fully immersive experience. Also includes key AOROS features like a built-in KVM switch to control multiple computers from one desktop. Read more here.
At almost 50 inches (121cm), you’d be forgiven for mistaking the AORUS FO48U for a TV, but you would be doing it a disservice. Utilising a Samsung AMOLED panel for its 47.53” 4K UHD 3840×2160 display, the FO48U features a 120Hz refresh rate and 1ms response time, with 10-bits colour with super-wide 98% DCI-P3/ 130% sRGB for stunning visuals and clarity. Find out more here.

Physical Radio – Australia’s leading online electronic music station use the AORUS FV43U inside their main studio on the Gold Coast for live production and mixing of some of their incredibly popular online shows. Check out their studio tour to see the monitor in action:

Iamfallfromgrace – Grace is a top Twitch streamer in Australia, and has also been using the FV43U as one of her new gaming monitors for both PC and consoles and as part of her streaming setup. Grace says “The first thing that hits you about this monitor is the size, but once you start using it there is a lot more to the experience. The depth of colours when playing console games is much greater than a standard television set, and the sound you get from the unit is huge. It’s honestly at home in a gaming setup, home office or a lounge room. “ Check it out on display in her streaming set up below:

Gear Seekers – Nick is a top tech reviewer known for his high quality filming and editing style with his YouTube videos. He’s been using the FV43U monitor as his main gaming and streaming monitor and absolutely loves it. Check out a video of the setup with the monitor in use below:
For more information on the Gigabyte AORUS range of 4K monitors, read more here.
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