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Gigabyte releases three new AORUS OLED gaming monitors with 240 Hz and 360 Hz refresh rates

Gigabyte's new AORUS QD-OLED gaming monitors start at $799.99. (Image source: Gigabyte)
Gigabyte's new AORUS QD-OLED gaming monitors start at $799.99. (Image source: Gigabyte)
Gigabyte is now selling three new AORUS OLED gaming monitors through a popular retail partner. Available as the AORUS FO27Q3, AORUS FO32U2 and AORUS FO32U2P, the trio feature new Samsung Display Gen 3 QD-OLED panels that deliver 240 Hz and 360 Hz refresh rates combined with 4K and 1440p resolutions.

A few days ago we reported that Newegg had listed three new Gigabyte AORUS gaming monitors in the US, all with new Samsung Display QD-OLED panels. For some reason, the trio remain unavailable from MSI directly. Nonetheless, Newegg has now opened pre-orders for all three and has confirmed their release date in the process.

For reference, Gigabyte's latest QD-OLED monitors are priced as follows:

According to Newegg, Gigabyte will release all three on April 30 in the US. Strictly speaking, that falls outside of the latter's prior to commitment to releasing the likes of the AORUS FO32U2 this quarter, even if they have become orderable inside of Q1 2024. Unfortunately, it remains to be seen when the AORUS FO27Q3, AORUS FO32U2 or AORUS FO32U2P will reach in other markets.

With that being said, a late April release date implies that the trio will reach other markets throughout Q2 2024. It is worth noting that the same underlying panels found in these monitors are already available from other manufacturers, such as Alienware and MSI, including the Alienware AW2725DF and MSI MPG 321URX QD-OLED. Please see Newegg's product listings for more details.

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Alex Alderson, 2024-03-21 (Update: 2024-03-21)