Some people will find the combination of a 32-inch display and 2560 x 1440 (WQHD) resolution appealing because it offers a comfortable pixel density without being too excessive.
It offers a reasonable amount of âoffice real estateâ as well as an immersive experience. This is provided by the Gigabyte AORUS FI32Q-X, which is specially designed for high refresh rate gaming. The monitor features the classic styling associated with the sub-brand, including a coated metal stand and a rather aggressive-looking clean-lined design. The OSD (On Screen Display) is operated by a joystick, which is located in the center of the lower bezel and faces down.
A 32-inch IPS-type panel with a resolution of 2560 x 1440 (WQHD or 1440p), in particular an AUO AHVA panel, is used. The screen surface is made of a very light matte anti-reflective material, and specifications call for a static contrast ratio of 1000: 1, true 8-bit color, and viewing angles of 178 Â° / 178 Â°. The monitor has a 270Hz refresh rate (240Hz plus internal factory overclocking), and it also supports Adaptive-Sync, which allows users to use AMD FreeSync and “G-SYNC Compatible Mode” . The VRR range is believed to be 48-270Hz including LFC. The HDMI 2.1 VRR format is also supported by the HDMI 2.1 connector. This allows the use of 120 Hz at resolutions up to “4K” (by downsampling) on ââthe PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X. A flicker-free Quantum Dot LED backlight produces a typical maximum luminance of 400 cd / m2 (600 cd / m2 + HDR peak) and a color gamut of 95% DCI-P3 (157% sRGB, 99% Adobe RGB) while maintaining low power consumption. In addition, the display is capable of supporting HLG (Hybrid Log Gamma) while meeting HDR10 hardware via the VESA DisplayHDR 600 standard. This allows the use of 10-bit color processing, as well as the use of the wide color spectrum and respectable maximum brightness. To further improve the contrast, it is also necessary to use local gradation – in this situation 16 gradation zones are likely to be accessible.
The Aim Stabilizer Sync strobe backlight setting is available and the response time is shown as 1ms gray to gray (be careful when using this setting). If you wish, you can use it in conjunction with Adaptive-Sync (hence the ‘Sync’ component) if you wish. To provide a more pleasant viewing experience, Low Blue Light (LBL) options have been integrated. RGB Fusion 2.0 LED lighting strips are provided on the back, which can be customized using the on-screen display (OSD) or RGB Fusion software. The bracket is secured in the middle with a quick-release mechanism, and it can be removed to reveal 100 x 100mm VESA mounting holes for use with other monitors. Full ergonomic flexibility is available, including 130mm (5.12in) height adjustment and the ability to rotate in portrait mode. An additional C-Clamp bracket is available, which allows the monitor to be attached directly to the edge of the desk. The ports are located at the bottom of the device and include one AC power input (internal power converter), two HDMI 2.1 ports, one DP 1.4 port with HBR3, one USB-C port (18W PD, DP Alt Mode , data upstream), two USB 3.0 ports (plus data upstream), one 3.5mm microphone jack, one 3.5mm headphone jack with âESS Saber HiFiâ and one 3.5mm audio output. It is also possible to use KVM to share USB devices among multiple PCs, which is very convenient. PiP / PbP support for two devices is also included.