The model brings more features exclusive to the game as it is a monitor and can replace a normal TV
Last Thursday (3) to gigabyte Announced more information about you Monitor gamer Aurus F048U Which was revealed by the producer in April of the same year. model has a screen You are and connections HDMI 2.1, making it compatible with the new features of xbox series x I PS5.
hey Monitor – which can actually be better classified as a TV gamer – screen size of . is 47.53 inches. The resolution of the display is 4K (3840 x 2160) with colors 10 bits and the satisfaction of 98% of the DCI-P3 standard.
It is also worth noting that the official Vesa page lists this model as supporting the technology. DisplayHDR1000, with peak brightness of up to 1000 nits. Another big difference for the gamer audience is its 120Hz refresh rate with amd freesync premium Which guarantees gameplay without screen tearing.
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A very important feature to classify this monitor (or TV) as a gamer is its support hdmi 2.1 connection, which allows gameplay 4K and up to 120 frames per second. Gigabyte shared a table mentioning support for PS5 and Xbox Series X at 4K and 120Hz. While not visible in the Xbox Series S release, it should also be compatible but the console should not have both one resolution and one frame. Such a high rate in most games.
The monitor also has other features dashboard, which allows an overlay view informing some of the key measurements of the hardware being used. It’s also worth highlighting Vision Stabilizer (Aime Stabilizer Sync), deep field equalizer and gameassist Which allows you to switch between modes like Move Mode, Game Mode and HDR 400 Mode.
Gigabyte hasn’t yet provided information on the pricing and availability of the AORUS F048U, but we can assume that it won’t be cheap given its specifications and features. However, it may establish itself as a good option for some gamers looking for game-specific features on a larger 48-inch screen. For more information, you can access Product page on the official Gigabyte website.