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31.5" AORUS FI32U 3840x2160 144Hz 1ms FreeSync Premium Pro SS IPS Monitor EXPIRED

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Newegg.com has 31.5" AORUS FI32U 3840x2160 144Hz 1ms FreeSync Premium Pro SS IPS Monitor for $899.99. Shipping is free.

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Specs:
  • Resolution: 3840x2160
  • Response Time: 1ms GTG / 1ms MPRT
  • Refresh Rate: 144Hz
  • Contrast Ratio: 1000:1
  • Viewing Angles: 178 H / 178 V
  • Panel Technology: Super Speed IPS
  • HDR400
  • Ergonomic Design (height, tilt, pivot, swivel)
  • VESA: 100 x 100mm
  • FreeSync Premium Pro (AMD Adaptive Sync)
  • KVM feature with USB Type-C to control multiple devices (10Gbps Type-C cable required)
  • Inputs
    • 2x HDMI 2.1
    • 1x DisplayPort 1.4 (DSC)
    • 2x USB 3.0
    • 1x USB-C

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Been searching few times a week and waiting either of these to drop first:

Aorus FI32U

or

Viewsonic Elite XG320u

Today Gigabyte's Aorus FI32U finally went on sale in the US at Newegg with only $100 off:

https://www.newegg.com/p/N82E16824716004

31.5" SS IPS 3840 x 2160 4K Display Gaming Monitor
144Hz Refresh Rate, 1ms (GTG) Response Time, Supports FreeSync Premium Pro
10-bit color / 95% DCI-P3 / 123% sRGB / VESA DisplayHDR 400
1x DisplayPort 1.4, 2x HDMI 2.1

The monitor is very new and likely not many hands-on review available as it is very new. If you will pull the trigger, you are an early adopter of that new wave of 4K 32' screens
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Here is a list of upcoming monitors, including many of the 32" 4k 144hz variations with different degrees of HDR capabilities:

https://www.displayninja.com/new-monitors/

The ones with "true" HDR1000+ cost starting at $3000.

Honestly, after getting a 3080 and still unsatisfied with my fps performance even at 2560x1440, I'm going to to stay away from any 4k displays. Having 4k text is nice, but if you have to drop the resolution to 2k, the interpolation will suck a lot compared to a native 2k display. I also like 240hz way better than 144hz, and can tell a pretty large difference between them.
4k... 144mhz... $900.

The last aorus I bought had great colors, but terrible text.I wonder how this does with text.

And HDR400 is complete bullshit. It's 'ok' at best.

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I am tempted to just buy, but if any of y'all wise SDers know a way to save a bit more (statement credits, etc.) please let me know
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I would probably wait for a few reviews to come out before buying this.
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4k... 144mhz... $900.

The last aorus I bought had great colors, but terrible text.I wonder how this does with text.

And HDR400 is complete bullshit. It's 'ok' at best.
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Here is a list of upcoming monitors, including many of the 32" 4k 144hz variations with different degrees of HDR capabilities:

https://www.displayninja.com/new-monitors/

The ones with "true" HDR1000+ cost starting at $3000.

Honestly, after getting a 3080 and still unsatisfied with my fps performance even at 2560x1440, I'm going to to stay away from any 4k displays. Having 4k text is nice, but if you have to drop the resolution to 2k, the interpolation will suck a lot compared to a native 2k display. I also like 240hz way better than 144hz, and can tell a pretty large difference between them.
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Someone explain to me like to a 4 year old. Should I get this or wait for one with GSYNC. Will be used for 4K single player gaming with 3090.
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Quote from IK47 :
Someone explain to me like to a 4 year old. Should I get this or wait for one with GSYNC. Will be used for 4K single player gaming with 3090.
If I end up being wrong, I apologize. From what I understand, there was something that happened with Nvidia drivers about a year ago where 'most' if not all "Freesync" certified monitors inherently became 'g-sync' compatible.

I personally Own a Freesync 75Hz LG 34" monitor, and can use my Nvidia GPU with g-sync turned on and it works, even though it is not on Nvidia's officially supported list of monitors.
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Nice to see these finally coming out. Hoping for a HDR600 for not much more. Those HDR1000 ones will be too expensive, 3k probably.
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Quote from TheFrugalOne :
Nice to see these finally coming out. Hoping for a HDR600 for not much more. Those HDR1000 ones will be too expensive, 3k probably.
The HDR600's should be around $1200
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Here is a list of upcoming monitors, including many of the 32" 4k 144hz variations with different degrees of HDR capabilities:

https://www.displayninja.com/new-monitors/

The ones with "true" HDR1000+ cost starting at $3000.

Honestly, after getting a 3080 and still unsatisfied with my fps performance even at 2560x1440, I'm going to to stay away from any 4k displays. Having 4k text is nice, but if you have to drop the resolution to 2k, the interpolation will suck a lot compared to a native 2k display. I also like 240hz way better than 144hz, and can tell a pretty large difference between them.
Thats fair. For people who don't play competitive games, like myself, this is probably more our market. Gaming at 4K with high fps (but not anywhere near 240Hz high) is perfect for amazingly immersive single player PC gaming and more casual multiplayer gaming (as well as productivity when needed). HDR400 is useless though, and even if it wasn't, Windows utilization of HDR is just bad. Hopefully that improves with auto HDR with Windows 11 but, I don't expect much. Also, I understand the appeal of this size monitor vs the last gen LG oled tvs being too big, but if you can make that work financially and space-wise that's still probably a better deal for the use case I stated above.
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Any idea when the Gigabyte M32U is coming out, how much it'll cost, and what the difference is between that and this FI32U? Looks like they're both 32" 4K IPS monitors with 144Hz refresh.
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For that money, just buy a TV
Response time, displayport, VRR, etc. There are probably very few TVs that are ideal for PCgaming (especially for competitive gaming), besides an LG oled and maybe their 4k 120hz 4k TVS.
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