Gigabyte FI32U
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  • Great for next-gen console gamers
  • 144Hz 4k IPS screen
  • Sturdy base and RGB lights
  • Perfect sized QLED with DP1.4
  • Horrible glow in the bottom left corner

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Gigabyte AORUS FI32U
The Gigabyte AORUS FI32U is a great monitor with a 144Hz 4k IPS screen. Designed for next-gen console gamers, it's one of the first monitors on the market to support HDMI 2.1. PC gamers don't have to compromise, as it also supports VESA's Display Stream Compression (DSC) technology, so as long as yo...
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Samuel Breton
5 months ago
rtings.com
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[HUB] Why So Slow? - Asus ROG Swift PG32UQ Review
Man I was looking forward to this one, really disappointing. Neither this nor the FI32U seem worth 1K.
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ArchGunner
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Gigabyte Aorus FI32Q Review
Its LG panel may be the same one used by about five other manufacturers, but so far the Gigabyte is the only one we've seen that really lets it shine with a host of added features we didn't even know we wanted until we saw them here. The deeply customizable menu combined with pleasant surprises like the integrated KVM and a magnifying glass built into the OSD put this monitor well above the competition.
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Chris Stobing
5 months ago
pcmag.com
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This thing is a monster *Updated: Watch for Quality Control Issues*
The first monitor came to my house and I was so excited to mount it on my desk. I took down my dual monitor setup from the wall and I opened this up (big mistake). The entire screen was shattered. Unit turned on but it was unusable. After some words with the seller the 2nd monitor arrived and it is ...
5/5
Alex
1 year ago
amazon.com
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What I've been looking for.
I've been gaming on OLED screens the past 4 years - and have paid the price due to inevitable burn-in (on two TV's). That stops now with this perfect sized QLED that does 144kHz with DP1.4. Reasonably priced in this market for features that will hold up for 4-5 years. Also handles 4K and full HDR wi...
5/5
David Bishop
1 year ago
amazon.com
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[HUB] The 4K Monitor to Buy? - MSI MPG321UR-QD Review
As a coder/gamer, the built-in KVM on the FI32U is killer for me. Being able to switch my display and all my peripherals from my MacBook to my desktop with a single button press is crazy convenient. It's a shame performance isn't where it should be for the price, but there really isn't anything else like it on the market for my usecase.
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Awesomeade
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Originally wouldn't recommend, but go through Amazon and make sure to test everything
OLD(scoll down and read "Further update") - As you can see, the glow in the bottom left corner is horrible and honestly isn't acceptable for a $700 monitor. Even after contacting Gigabyte they were 0% helpful and gave me the typical crap about how that glow is normal. Sorry Gigabyte, but I've tried ...
4/5
Dustin
3 years ago
amazon.com
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Gigabyte Aorus FI32Q Review, Most Pointless Monitor of 2021
Anyway. That's it for this review of the gigabyte, auros fi 32q. Definitely a disappointing monitor, which i never like to see
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Hardware Unboxed
5 months ago
youtube.com
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You won't find a better monitor for 1440p!
Recently I decided to upgrade my ASUS ROG Swift PG278Q as it was a few years old and not as clear as it used to be I think it was getting ready to go. When I hit the market I was expecting to find something leaps and bounds spec wise over the ROG since that monitor was 4-5 years old now. The ROG is ...
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C. Cook Effects
3 years ago
amazon.com
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[LTT] The God-King of Monitors
Meh, while I get the content creator angle... For the rest of us that may want a 4k 144hz monitor, something like the LG 27GP950-B $900, or Gigabyte M28U $600 or Gigabyte FI32U $1000 will be much better suited. Although just like the GPUs, those are also out of stock. Can't wait until the shortage is over!.
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warmnjuicy
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Specs

Display Type

LED-backlit LCD monitor / TFT active matrix

Energy Class

Class G

Energy Class (HDR)

Class G

Diagonal Size

31.5"