Gigabyte simply upped its OLED monitor recreation

Gigabyte simply upped its OLED monitor recreation

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Gigabyte already makes among the finest gaming displays, however its upcoming line of QD-OLED Aorus shows is arguably much more thrilling. Nevertheless, rivals Asus and MSI are forward in terms of guarantee – which is essential for a QD-OLED panel that may be liable to burn-in. Gigabyte has now fastened the issue and prolonged its assure to the extent of the competitors.

Gigabyte first launched the brand new displays at the start of the 12 months. First, all of them got here with a one-year guarantee as normal. MSI and Asus additionally caught with a one-year guarantee, however not for lengthy. What follows is an fascinating take a look at how all the highest manufacturers within the gaming market affect one another.

Shortly after introducing its 2024 shows, Asus prolonged the guarantee for its QD-OLED displays to as much as two years, together with burn-in safety. MSI could not lag behind right here and has truly outdone Asus by providing a three-year guarantee as an alternative whereas additionally providing OLED burn-in safety. For that reason, Asus has prolonged its guarantee once more, this time to as much as three years. In the meantime, Gigabyte’s attain remained at only one 12 months of attain, however that’s now altering.

Gigabyte introduced that it’s also extending the guarantee for the next QD-OLED monitor fashions: CO49DQ, FO32U2P, FO32U2, FO27Q3, MO34WQC and MO34WQC2. Though Gigabyte did not immediately point out extra burn-in impact safety, the guarantee seems to cowl this as nicely.

A new Gigabyte Aorus ultrawide monitor with a robot figure emerging from it.Gigabytes

“The prolonged three-year guarantee is meant to supply customers with peace of thoughts and safety from potential points with picture retention on the panel, making certain a flawless gaming and entertainment expertise for an prolonged time frame,” Gigabyte stated in its announcement, which was later shared by TechPowerUp.

The lineup appears promising, however it’s not there but – though we all know the fundamental specs. Maybe essentially the most fascinating mannequin is the Aorus FO32U2P, a 32-inch 4K monitor with a 240 Hz refresh fee. It’s notable for being the primary QD-OLED panel with full UHBR20 (Extremely Excessive Bitrate) DisplayPort 2.1 assist is. This will increase the monitor’s switch pace to twenty Gbit/s per monitor, giving a complete of 80 Gbit/s. It’s at the moment the one monitor that may obtain this at these specs with out Show Stream Compression (DSC).

The remainder of the lineup features a 49-inch 5,120 x 1,440 144Hz show, a 32-inch 4K 240Hz mannequin with DisplayPort 1.4, a 27-inch 1440p 360Hz mannequin, and two 34-inch -3,440 x 1,440 and 240 Hz fashions. Whereas we all know the displays will launch within the first half of 2024, actual launch dates and pricing have but to be introduced.

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