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How to pick the right GIGABYTE 4K monitor for any setup

No gaming setup is complete without a great monitor, and great monitors come from those who know exactly what gamers need from their setup. GIGABYTE has been building some of the best gaming hardware for decades, so it was only natural that they would create some of the best gaming monitors on the market. 

GIGABYTE offers both the AORUS and GIGABYTE lineup of monitors from 28-inch to 55-inch, with a range of features that help gamers elevate their play to the next level. Every monitor is equipped with 4K,  HDMI 2.1 connectivity, and at least a 120Hz refresh rate along with some exclusive tactical features designed to enhance the experience:

Black Equalizer 2.0 - independently adjusts 1296 partitions at the same time offering deeper blacks in game without affecting other parts of the screen - perfect for lining up that perfect sniper shot

Aim Stabilizer Sync - reduces motion blur and uses V-Sync technology to provide clear sight when aiming

OSD sidekick - use a keyboard and mouse to easily set the monitor’s OSD

Active Noise Cancellation (ANC) - exclusive to the AORUS models, use ANC without headphones to improve communication among team mates and gain the advantage in the thick of battle

Choosing your monitor

The first step in finding the right monitor is to consider your setup. For shared gaming spaces with roommates or office mates, the wide viewing area of the 48 inch AORUS FO48U and the incredible size of the whopping 55 inch GIGABYTE S55U offer an unparalleled experience. 

For more intimate settings like a personal gaming space, the 43 inch AORUS FV43U features Space Audio to deliver top-level acoustics with specific modes to match whatever you’re doing. 

And for those who game at their desk, the GIGABYTE 28 inch M28U Arm Edition and 32 inch M32U Arm Edition offer extra ergonomics and SuperSpeed IPS panels. 

Looking for adaptability? The Arm Editions have it

The well-received M28U and M32U have been upgraded to include the option of a monitor arm, providing everyone the ability to find the right position for ultimate viewing. And the 144Hz frame rate and 1ms response time mean the monitors now respond as fast as you can pull the trigger. 

Both monitors also offer best-in-class color accuracy with the M28U Arm Edition equipped with 8-bit color depth and 94% DCI-P3 wide color gamut. The M32U Arm Edition has 10-bit (8-bit+FRC) color depth and 90% DCI-P3 wide color gamut. 

Looking for smoothness? The GIGABYTE M32UC is what you need

Equipped with a cutting-edge panel, this GIGABYTE SuperSpeed monitor delivers four times faster response time and massively reduced ghosting. 

It’s the world’s first 31.5” UHD 144Hz curved monitor and is more than fast enough to keep up with the most intense game sessions. The SupersPeed VA delivers a massive reduction of ghosting and the response time of 1ms MPRT and 2ms GTG eliminates image lag and tearing. 

The native 1500R curvature gives gamers a completely immersive experience and the 3000:1 contrast delivers a cinematic visual experience. Ultimately, the M32UC is the perfect gaming monitor for playing console games in any environment.

Looking for great sound? Get the AORUS FO48U

AORUS FO48U gaming monitor in gaming room

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Powered by a dedicated Digital Signal Processor with custom firmware, AORUS Space Audio delivers harmonic sounds through a set of custom speakers.

Gamers who play on the bleeding edge of technology, the FO48U is the world’s first 48-inch gaming monitor featuring a premium OLED panel and with support for HDMI 2.1, next-gen consoles can run at full 4K/120Hz performance. The built-in sound bar also delivers high-quality audio without the need for extra peripherals. 

Looking for connectivity? Go for the GIGABYTE M series

GIGABYTE M series gaming monitors

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GIGABYTE KVM monitors give gamers a one-stop hub for all their peripherals and devices. With one button, quickly switch your mouse and keyboard to your smartphone or tablet so you never miss a beat, no matter what you’re doing. 

GIGABYTE has spent years building high-quality gaming PC components gamers have come to know and trust over the years and that expertise is evident across the board of the company’s GIGABYTE and AORUS gaming monitors. 

No matter what their setup or performance needs, every gamer will find something that suits their unique set up perfectly. Check out the entire GIGABYTE 4K monitor lineup on their website

Source: TechRadar

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