Gigabyte launches their world’s first DP2.1 UHBR20 OLED Gaming Monitor

The AORUS FO32U2P is a next-gen monitor for next-generation graphics cards

At CES 2024, Gigabyte has revealed a “World’s First” product with their new AORUS FO32U2P 4K 240Hz OLED gaming monitor. This gaming monitor is ready for next-generation graphics cards with support for DisplayPort 2.1 with UHBR20 support. This means that this screen supports 4K at 10-bit 240Hz with HDR without using Display Stream Compression (DSC).

Today, no current-generation gaming-oriented graphics cards support DisplayPort 2.1 with UHBR20. AMD’s Radeon RX 7000 series gets close with its DisplayPort 2.1 support, though its bandwidth supports is limited to UHBR13.5 levels. This limits AMD’s maximum DisplayPort 2.1 bandwidth to 54 Gbps. With UHBR20, DisplayPort 2.1 can support 80 Gbps data rates.

With support for “full” DisplayPort 2.1, Gigabyte’s AORUS FO32U2P OLED monitor is a screen that is best paired with next-generation graphics cards. We expect both AMD and Nvidia to support DisplayPort 2.1 and UHBR20 with their Radeon RX 8000 series and GeForce RTX 50 series products.

Gigabyte’s AORUS FO32U2P OLED gaming monitor features a Quantum Dot OLED (QD OLED) with 0.03ms grey-to-grey response times. The screen is both VESA ClearMR 13000 and DisplayHDR True Black 400 certified. These certifications verify this screen’s strong levels of HDR support and its clear motion response characteristics.

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