Gigabyte’s Aorus FO32U2P 4K 240Hz DisplayPort 2.1 UHBR20 OLED Gaming Monitor is now available in the UK

Gigabyte’s insane DisplayPort 2.1 Aorus FO32U2P 4K 240Hz OLED monitor is now available in the UK

Back at CES 2024, Gigabyte revealed a quantum dot OLED monitor with some insane specifications. They had built the world’s first DisplayPort 2.1 UHBR20 OLED gaming monitor. Now, this screen is available to order in the UK. Meet the 31.5-inch Gigabyte AORUS FO32U2P UHD 240Hz QD-OLED gaming monitor.

We now that this monster OLED screen from Gigabyte is currently available in limited quantities in the UK. Sadly, this means that supply is limited, but more stock is coming. That’s why we have left links to multiple retailers below.

With its DisplayHDR True Black 400 Certified screen, 240Hz refresh rate, and DisplayPort 2.1 support, this screen is ready for the next-generation of graphics cards. Nvidia’s RTX 50 series GPUs are expected to support DisplayPort 2.1. This feature will enable users of this screen to run this screen at 4K 240Hz with 10-bit colour without Display Stream Compression (DSC).

Gigabyte Aorus FO32U2P 4K 240Hz OLED Monitor UK Order Links:

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.

In recent months, Gigabyte has extended the warranties of all of their Quantum Dot OLED monitors. This highlights their confidence in the longevity of their newest OLED monitors.

With an asking price of £1299, this monitor isn’t for everyone. That said, this screen is absurdly high-end, and the highest-end tech always demands the highest prices.

You can join the discussion on Gigabyte’s Ultra-fast Aorus FO32U2P 240Hz QD-OLED monitor on the OC3D Forums.

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