Gigabyte has announced its first SuperSpeed gaming monitor – the Aorus FI25F. Featuring a high refresh rate and an outstanding response time, the FI25F allow “gamers to acquire sharp picture quality” with all the gaming features that allow them to reach peak gaming performance.
Featuring the company’s first SuperSpeed IPS panel, with 24.5 inches, FullHD resolution and 240Hz refresh rate, the FI25F has a 0.4ms MPRT response time for ultra-responsive gameplay. The 24.5-inch SS IPS panel has an 8-bit colour depth, wide 178°(H)/178°(V) viewing angles, and covers 100% of the sRGB colour gamut thanks to its typical brightness of 400nits and 1000:1 contrast ratio.
The Aorus FI25F is HDR Ready and support AMD FreeSync to reduce stutter and tearing while gaming. Other gaming features include Aorus Aim Stabilizer, which reduces motion blur, Black Equalizer, to increase visibility in darker scenes, and GameAssist, a set of tools including a timer, FPS counter, crosshair, display alignment function, PIP/PBP, and more. Additionally, there’s OSD Sidekick, an intuitive OSD to change your monitor settings, ANC, the Aorus own IC design that reduces ambient noise, and a dashboard to monitor your hardware.
This monitor features built-in RGB LEDs that you can customise using Gigabyte’s RGB Fusion 2.0, which allows you to synchronise with other compatible products. There are 7x RGB effects available to choose from: wave, colour shift, cycle, static, flash, double flash, and pulse.
Connectivity options include 2x HDMI 2.0 ports, a DisplayPort 1.2, a 3.5mm audio-in jack, a 3.5mm audio-out jack, 1x USB upstream port, and 2x USB-A 3.0 ports. The included stand allows you to tilt (-5º to 21º), swivel (±20º), pivot (±90º) and adjust the monitor’s height by 130mm. There’s also support for VESA wall mounting (100x100mm). Like most modern monitors, this one also features “Low Blue Light” and flicker-free technology to reduce eye strain.
Pricing and availability details of the Gigabyte FI25F have not been disclosed yet. You can learn more about this monitor HERE.
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KitGuru says: Do you already own a 240Hz monitor? If it’s a TN monitor, would you change to an IPS one like the Gigabyte FI25F?