GIGABYTE Aorus launches the first SuperSpeed IPS gaming monitor

GIGABYTE Aorus

Gigabyte announced its first SuperSpeed ​​gaming monitor-Aorus FI25F. FI25F has a high refresh rate and excellent response time, allowing “game players to get clear image quality” and all game functions, to achieve the best gaming performance.

FI25F has the company’s first SuperSpeed ​​IPS panel with 24.5 inches, FullHD resolution and 240Hz refresh rate, with a 0.4ms MPRT response time, which provides a super-responsive gaming experience. The 24.5-inch SS IPS panel has an 8-bit colour depth, a wide viewing angle of 1 78°(H)/178°(V), and covers 100% of the sRGB colour gamut due to its typical 400nits and 1000 brightness. Contrast ratio: 1.

Aorus FI25F supports HDR and AMD FreeSync to reduce knots and tears during gaming. Other game features include Aorus Aim stabilizer (can reduce motion blur), Black Equalizer (black equalizer), which can increase visibility in darker scenes, and GameAssist, which is a set of tools including timers and FPS counters, Crosshair, display alignment function, PIP/PBP, etc. Besides, there are OSD Sidekick, intuitive OSD that can change the display settings, ANC, Aorus’ own IC design that can reduce environmental noise, and a dashboard that can monitor hardware.

The monitor has built-in RGB LEDs, and you can customize these RGB LEDs with Gigabyte’s RGB Fusion 2.0 to synchronize with other compatible products. There are 7 times RGB effects to choose from: Wave, Color Cast, Period, Static, Flash, Double Flash and Pulse.

Connection options include 2 HDMI 2.0 ports, a DisplayPort 1.2, a 3.5 mm audio input jack, a 3.5 mm audio output jack, 1 USB upstream port and 2 USB-A 3.0 ports. The included stand allows you to tilt (-5º to 21º), rotate (±20º), pivot (±90º) and adjust the height of the monitor by 130mm. It also supports VESA wall mount (100x100mm). Like most modern displays, the display also has “low blue light” and flicker-free technology to reduce eye strain.

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