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AORUS F048U, the first 48-inch OLED gaming monitor

Two months after GIGABYTE was named through its gaming subsidiary AORUS it has given more details of what we can expect regarding its desired F048U monitor. And we are talking about some benefits that until now seemed like science fiction, what news will it finally include?

AORUS F048U, is it the best gaming monitor in the world?

With a triple presentation, it seems that this gaming monitor will arrive on the market when the company decides to be launched. And it is that at the beginning of April we already discussed it above, now we have more details and when it becomes official it will be 3 times that we will have appointed him, if not more.

This OLED monitor will arrive in a size of 48 inch with UHD resolution and no less than 120 Hz, the exact configuration of the latest LG TV for “gaming”. AORUS has revealed new details about this model, so we are going to treat them in depth, because there are so many others to know.

Starting because we will be facing a flat monitor, which will have a pixel density of 92 dpi, not bad for the size and resolution. As expected we will also have a 10-bit panel, but it is not known if it will have FRC as such or we are facing a true 10-bit, we will have to wait …

Curiously if we know the time of GTG response (1 ms) but not the MPRT time, not disclosed, but possibly the same or less due to the type of panel technology.

No certified (at the moment) for G-SYNC Compatible


It is surprising, however, that AORUS has obtained FreeSync Premium certification from AMD, but not G-SYNC Compatible from NVIDIA. G-SYNC as a module does not exist on TV at the moment, but this is qualified as a full-fledged gaming monitor.

In any case, AORUS has revealed that it will be able to reproduce 98% of the DCI-P3 spectrum and 130% of the sRGB. Regarding brightness and contrast, only a brightness of 135 cd / m2, while the contrast shoots up to a staggering 135000: 1, something typical in OLED panels.


The rest of the specifications revealed are completed with two HDMI 2.1, a DisplayPort 1.4 with DSC, a USB-C, two USB-A 3.0 and two audio outputs. Sound wise, you get two 15-watt speakers and one 20-watt speaker.

Finally, we know that it will have support for VESA (unspecified), remote control, KVM and no adjustable heights. As for prices and availability, as expected it will be the last thing to be revealed and we assume that when there are a sufficient number of units in stock, but in any case it will not be cheap, that’s for sure.