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GIGABYTE AORUS FI32Q 32" 165Hz HBR3, USB-C, G-SYNC Compatible SS IPS Gaming Monitor (USED). $247

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Amazon Warehouse (used) has several of these Aorus FI32Q 32" monitors. Very highly reviewed, high end 1440p 165Hz flat IPS display.

Used- Acceptable $247 -Now $247.79
They currently have a few of these in stock. This is the lowest price I have seen. Click on the "New & Open Box" option to see all available.

YMMV on condition. I bought a "used- acceptable" and it was brand new with the box still sealed (box was a bit dinged up). Fantastic deal. This model was released in 2021. Original MSRP $799.99.

AORUS FI32Q 32" 165Hz 1440p HBR3, NVIDIA G-SYNC Compatible, Exclusive Built-in ANC, -KVM, 2560x1440 Display, 1ms Response Time, HDR, 94% DCI-P3, 1x DisplayPort 1.4, 2x HDMI 2.0, 2x USB 3.0, 1x USB C

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not bad, but why so many returns is my question?
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Quote from rckola911 :
not bad, but why so many returns is my question?
I honestly think it is from 2 or 3 people who bought at release for $700+ and opened up the box, plugged it in, saw that the panel was not absolutely perfect (a little backlight bleed), and instantly returned for a replacement. I have been on forums where people were talking about "it took me 5 of them to find a good one" and confirmed they bought from Amazon. I get it, if I was spending that much on a monitor, I would be picky. But, I have bought two of these now (when they were in the $260-280 range), and they are basically perfect. Tiny amount of backlight bleed, but I always expect it with and IPS panel with no local dimming. For $247, I really do not think you can find a better deal for this quality of a monitor.
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Quote from AdamHD :
I honestly think it is from 2 or 3 people who bought at release for $700+ and opened up the box, plugged it in, saw that the panel was not absolutely perfect (a little backlight bleed), and instantly returned for a replacement. I have been on forums where people were talking about "it took me 5 of them to find a good one" and confirmed they bought from Amazon. I get it, if I was spending that much on a monitor, I would be picky. But, I have bought two of these now (when they were in the $260-280 range), and they are basically perfect. Tiny amount of backlight bleed, but I always expect it with and IPS panel with no local dimming. For $247, I really do not think you can find a better deal for this quality of a monitor.
thanks good answer! hard to believe this thing was 700 dollars like a year ago
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Quote from rckola911 :
not bad, but why so many returns is my question?
Gigabyte doesn't exactly have the best quality control and it's been noted in many user reviews of their other models
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I now have bought 3 of these monitors. Open Box "acceptable". ALL have come with the seal still intact on the box, all labels/stickers still on the monitor and stand, etc. Literally brand new. I honestly keep thinking I am going to get one that is "bad", but all three have been brand new and flawless. The only flaw I have found so far across all 3 is a small amount of backlight bleed (to the point of where I cannot tell if it is IPS glow or actual bleed). Phenomenal monitor for the price. I would jump on the $247 price ASAP!
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Thanks OP! In 4 1
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Absolutely loving mine after a month. Bought it listed as "used acceptable" and the only issue was a damaged box. The monitor and all accessories worked perfectly and came with original packing. I got mine for $270 so if you can get it cheaper go for it!
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Looks like all of the "acceptable" ones are sold out (or Amazon pulled them). Hope some of you were able to grab one!
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I bought one of these from the Amazon warehouse recently. The monitor and accessories were all brand new and sealed but it was listed as "used-acceptable", but the box was pretty banged up and had been opened and resealed at least 2 times. There were no visible signs that the box had ever been shipped before. It was a really dirty box, so dirty in fact, that I cleaned the box off with a soft dust cloth before I opened it so I wouldn't get the dirty, dusty whatever it was, all over the monitor, too.

It was manufactured January 2021, during the supply chain issues that many manufacturers were having. I posted this just to let you all know I actually got a 4k version of the monitor, with the same model number on it as the 2k version.

My guess is either there was a shortage of 2k panels at the time and whoever makes these for Gigabyte decided to fill some of their orders with the 4k panels OR somehow some of these were mislabeled at the factory, which is then more odd because even the model number that comes up on various hardware IDs (like OSD Sidekick) show the FI32Q model number.

So if you get a 4k panel for the price of the 2k model, that seems like a great deal to me.

All the pixels were fine, but the bottom right corner has 2 fairly bad light bleeds around it, but in normal use you can't see it, and for the price, this was really a great deal, whether the manufacturers warranty is valid or not. And I used a charge card that offers a year extended warranty on it, just to be sure.

Oh, another thing that does irk me a bit, is Amazon now has yet another model variant listed under the RENEWED category, where they offer a 90 day return policy, versus 30 days on the one I got. As far as I can tell, the only thing they RENEW is making sure the item works, and has all the parts included. Well, that's exactly what someone did to mine, isn't it? Much befuddlement indeed, with this purchase. Amazon really needs to clean up their condition listings a bit, and stop cutting and pasting descriptions that cover multiple items with multiple different condition issues.

https://www.amazon.com/AORUS-FI32...143&sr=1-4
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