Based on OLED technology, the 120 Hz goliath is only questioned about its financial implications.
We’ve been rumoring recently that the Gigabyte is about to throw a very bulky piece between 4K monitors, but at the time, we knew quite a few specifications other than the name. Of course it is Aorus FO48U-role it is, and this unhappy state has changed since then, so that everyone can satisfy their hunger for information.
Let’s see the basics then; the 47.53-inch, 10-bit OLED panel conjures up 3840×2160 pixels natively with 135,000: 1 static contrast ratio, 120Hz refresh rate (also in console mode), AMD FreeSync Premium support and 1 millisecond GtG response time. The number of colors that can be displayed is 1.07 billion, while the sRGB / DCI-P3 color spaces are 130 percent and 98 percent, respectively, and we get the usual 178 degrees for viewing angles, both horizontally and vertically.
The OSD menu has the usual player functions (such as target cross projection, timer, counter, etc.), but PiP / PbP is also missing from the repertoire. Colors can be adjusted along six axes, and with Aorus OSD Sidekick, scrolling through peripheral settings isn’t limited to physical buttons, but you can also do so with your keyboard and mouse, and if that’s not enough, you can use the Dashboard to print directly to your screen. various data (temperatures, clocks, memory usage, cpi, etc.) for monitoring purposes. The offer also includes a KVM switch, which – due to the huge diagonal – can easily happen to take advantage of.
The connector panel has a DSC DisplayPort 1.4 as well as two HDMI 2.1 inputs on the two USB 3.0 and DisplayPort alt-modified USB Type-C sockets, as well as two 3.5mm jacks. Unsurprisingly, with this gigantic size, the base is fixed, but of course there is a VESA mount point (this time in the form of 300 x 300 mm holes), but the integrated speakers are also almost hitting television sounds, as the 15-watt stereo speakers complemented by a 20-watt subwoofer. Consumption is off at 0.3 watts off, while in power-saving mode it is 0.5 watts, while the beast’s hunger peaks at 325 watts. The exact purchase price of the model that comes with the remote control is not yet known, but that it will not be a penny, for sure.
Source: Hírek és cikkek – PROHARDVER! by prohardver.hu.
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