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AORUS Gaming Monitors pack upscale performance into a streamlined package. The FV43U provides an true 4K gaming experience through HDMI 2.1 and offers fluid, vibrant gameplay with 1ms response time, 144Hz refresh rate, VA QLED panel display, and compatibility with graphic card software.
43"" 3840 x 2160 VA QLED 4K Display Gaming Monitor
A Whole New Way to Play
144Hz Refresh Rate, anti-glare, 1ms (MPRT) Response Time, supports FreeSync Premium Pro
Quantum Dot technology for a more vibrant display. Detailed color presentation with 97% DCI-P3, 10-bit color, and High Dynamic Luminosity (VESA DisplayHDR 1000)
Auto-update, 6 Axis color control, Smart OD, Space Audio
KVM Monitor with USB Type-C to control multiple devices (10Gbps Type-C cable required)
1 x DisplayPort 1.4, 2 x HDMI 2.1, 2 x USB 3.0, 1 x USB Type-C (18W)
The monitor arrived in perfect condition, no scratches, damage, no dead or stuck pixels, etc. All cables and instructions were included. Vesa mounting was easy.
Pros: Really bright and vibrant colors. The contrast is very impressive, definitely adds depth to displayed content. The KVM switch is a nice add-on. The extra space for office work is great. Gaming is definitely emersive and fun.
Cons: The ghosting is by far the worst part about this panel. I knew there would be some because it's a VA, but sitting in front of it (about 3.5 feet back) I was really disappointed with the amount of smearing. It hurt my eyes using it for anything but gaming for long periods of time. Office work was fatiguing at best, even after playing with the settings. sRGB mode with Smart OD was the best setting for this kind of use, but still was unpleasant staring at the screen for more than 5 or 10 minutes at a time. Dragging windows and documents around the screen looked awful. Clear type helped stationary text look okay, but not good.
The KVM is goofy to setup. It requires a USB-C cable not included in the packaging, along with the correct sequence of cable connections and modifications to the OSD menu settings. It does work once setup, but switching is SLOW, like a solid 5 seconds at least of black screen whilst switching from DP to HDMI or visa versa. Also, if the monitor doesn't detect an input signal, it will automatically enter standby after a short period of time, shutting off the keyboard and mouse connection to the computer with no way to "wake" it up except with the PC power button.
The remote is nice, but the signal interfered with my RGB strip lights that I have in my office, like it would randomly dim them or make them flicker.
There was a noticeable oder emitting from the back of the monitor, like warm or hot plastic smells. Made me wonder if something was wrong with it, or if it was just "breaking in".
If you're not going to be sitting at least 4-5 feet back, gaming will probably feel nauseating. The eyeballs just don't track the screen movement correctly with such a large view. I ultimately returned it because it just has too many flaws, or at least serves an extremely niche consumer.
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Rated 5 out of 5 stars
So far so good
Owned for 2 weeks when reviewed.
So far so good, I haven't used it for gaming yet but videos and movies look good on it. Plenty of space to open many windows at the same time lol
A:AnswerNot sure when it will be available but I have been using it for month now and I went with another retailer due to not being available from BestBuy. Would have loved to purchase it form them but sadly just needed it. With that being said it's a great monitor for gaming. I was thinking of going with an OLED from either Gigabyte or LG but opted for a VA panel to do concerns with possible burn in.