Gigabyte have released details of their new FI32Q-X gaming display. This is an update to the existing FI32Q model it seems, offering a 32″ ‘Super Speed’ IPS panel but this time boosted to a 240Hz native refresh rate, of 270Hz via an overclocking feature. There are a range of familiar gaming enhancements as well, and it includes HDMI 2.1 making it suitable for modern games consoles too, including 1440p @ 120Hz and VRR support.
Gigabyte Aorus FI32Q-X Specs
The FI32Q-X is 32″ in size and features a 2560 x 1440 resolution ‘Super Speed IPS’ panel, 1ms G2G response time, 1000:1 contrast ratio, 400 cd/m2 brightness, 178/178 viewing angles, 8-bit colour depth and a wide colour gamut covering 95% DCI-P3 (99% Adobe RGB and 157% sRGB also listed) thanks to Quantum Dot coating.
The high 270Hz maximum overclocked refresh rate is supported via adaptive-sync for VRR from both NVIDIA and AMD systems. Note that the native refresh rate of the panel is 240Hz, and from modern games consoles 120Hz will be your maximum of course. The screen also includes Gigabyte’s ‘Aim Stabilizer sync’ technology, offering a blur reduction backlight that can be used at the same time as VRR if you want.
Other familiar ‘tactical’ features are included like a dashboard, crosshair, timer, counter etc. RGB Fusion 2.0 lighting is included on the screen for those who like that.
HDR 600 support with HLG
The screen carries the HDR 600 certification as well, meaning there is some basic edge-lit local dimming, along with the 600 nits+ peak brightness, and necessary wide colour gamut (95% DCI-P3 quoted). Weirdly this certification should also require 10-bit colour depth support, but Gigabyte specify only 8-bit on their webpage at the moment, perhaps an error. As well as the common HDR10 input signal support, the screen is also listed with HLG support for HDR content.
Connectivity including HDMI 2.1
For connectivity there is 1x DisplayPort 1.4 (with DSC), 2x HDMI 2.1 and 1x USB type-C (with DP Alt mode) provided. There are then 2x additional USB 30. ports, a headphone jack, a mix input and a line-out connection. There is support for PiP and PbP here as well and the screen includes a built-in KVM function. There is also Premium Sound by Audio ESS SABRE HiFi included, along with ANC For Console gaming. The stand includes a full range of tilt, height, swivel and rotate adjustments.
No word on pricing of regional availability yet.
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