Gigabyte Aorus FI25F Game Monitor with 1080p-240Hz Panel Appears Online

Details about an unannounced game monitor from Gigabyte have appeared online at a Chinese webshop. The Aorus FI25F has a resolution of 1920×1080 pixels and a refresh rate of 240Hz. The monitor is also listed on AMD’s website.

The Aorus FI25F initially appeared at TaoBao, a Chinese webshop. According to the listing, the FI25F has a 24.5 “panel with a resolution of 1920×1080 pixels and a refresh rate of 240Hz. It also has a claimed response time of 1ms. The TaoBao website states that the screen has an IPS panel. monitor is also listed on AMD’s website where a ahvapanel called; that is a panel type with IPS-like properties.

The FI25F is on the AMD website

AMD’s website also states that the screen supports FreeSync Premium with a range of 48Hz to 240Hz via HDMI and displayport. On TaoBao, the screen is also classified as G-Sync Compatible. The screen also has a brightness of 400cd / m² and is equipped with a DisplayHDR 400 certification. The FI25F supports 8bit colors and can display one hundred percent of the srgb color space.

The Aorus FI25F has two HDMI 2.0 connections and a displayport 1.2 connector. The monitor also has two USB 3.0 type-a connections and two 3.5mm audio jacks. The screen measures 614.9mm by 484.7mm and is 236.9mm deep, including the monitor arm. The monitor stand can be adjusted up to 130mm in height, and can be tilted and rotated. Users can install another monitor arm via a vesa-100mm mount. The whole weighs 6.66 kilograms.

TaoBao puts screens online more often before they are officially released, although the prices are usually relatively high, according to DisplaySpecifications. At the time of writing, the monitor is for sale at the Chinese webshop for the converted 489 euro, although users can currently get a 49 euro discount. It is therefore expected that the suggested retail price will differ upon release. Currently, the larger Aorus FI27Q with 1440p resolution and 165Hz refresh rate is listed for € 459 in the Pricewatch.