Gigabyte delivers enhanced warranties for their QD OLED monitor lineup

Gigabyte shows confidence in their QD OLED monitors as they extend their warranties to 3 years

Gigabyte has officially announced that they have extended the warranties of all of their QD OLED monitors. Now, the company’s entire QD OLED monitor lineup features 3-year warranties. This enhanced coverage showcases Gigabyte’s confidence in their latest displays. Gigabyte expects their new OLED monitors to last.

This extended warranty will affect QD OLED monitors like the CO49DQ, FO32U2P, FO32U2, FO27Q3, MO34WQC, and MO34WQC2. The AORUS FO32U2P is Gigabyte’s first DisplayPort 2.1 monitor, which supports 4K at 240Hz without needing to use Display Steam Compression (DSC).

In a commitment to delivering unparalleled customer satisfaction and product reliability, GIGABYTE, the world’s leading computer brand, is thrilled to announce an updated 3-year warranty for its entire lineup of QD OLED gaming monitors, including the CO49DQ, FO32U2P, FO32U2, FO27Q3, MO34WQC, and MO34WQC2 models. This enhanced warranty coverage underscores GIGABYTE’s confidence in the durability and performance of its cutting-edge gaming monitors. The extended 3-year warranty aims to provide users with peace of mind and protection against potential panel image retention issues, ensuring a flawless gaming and entertainment experience over a longer period. GIGABYTE is dedicated to offering not only state-of-the-art technology but also robust support and service to its customers.

Gigabyte’s extended QD OLED warranties should give users peace of mind about the longevity of their displays. This extended warranty covers image retention issues, something that plagued many early OLED screens. Thankfully, modern OLED screens have mitigations that minimise these issues. This is why Gigabyte are confident that they can give their screens longer warranties. Let’s face it, Gigabyte would not extend their warranty this far if they expected a large number of screens to suffer image retention issues within three years.

Gigabyte are not the first company to extend the warranties of their OLED monitors. ASUS has also extended the warranties of many of their OLED screens. Gigabyte aren’t the only company that is confident about the longevity of OLED. That’s great news for consumers.

You can join the discussion on Gigabyte’s extended AORUS OLED monitor warranties on the OC3D Forums.

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