Gigabyte Aorus F127Q-P HBR3 HDR 165Hz Gaming Monitor Review
Published: 31st October 2019 | Source: Gigabyte | Price: |
Features Part Two
Most people don't plug their headsets into their displays, but it is reassuring to know that if you don't often take on the earmuffs of death then you will not be compromising your audio experience. Now if only the active noise cancelling worked on the shouty teens you get in random online matches...
Whilst most panels are good these days, the combination of extreme refresh rates and a 16:9 ratio help lift the F127Q-P above the norm. It isn't only in the obvious places that it brings new life to your images, as the 8+FRC colour and a super wide viewing angle also give a spectacular viewing experience.
HDR is one of those elements that you absolutely need to see to believe. Whereas the gap between 1440P and 4K requires eyes like a hawk or some specific scenarios to see, HDR is a smack round the face with a wet kipper in its obviousness. The difference is like night and day.
All this data needs to be pushed somewhere, and high speed connections are vital to keep everything fed. Just as you don't want your storage or memory lagging behind, equally you want your panels demand for data to be kept sated and the HBR3 technology ensures that it will.