|Standing screen display size||27 Inches|
|Max Screen Resolution||1920 x 1080 Pixels|
AORUS CV27F 27" Frameless Curved 1500R Gaming Monitor, FHD 1080p, 90% DCI-P3 Color Accurate VA Panel, 1ms 165 Hz, HDR, FreeSync Premium Pro, Height/Tilt/Swivel Adjustable, VESA, Zero Bright Dot Policy
|Standing screen display size||27 Inches|
|Hardware Interface||DisplayPort, HDMI, USB 3.0|
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- 27” 1920x1080 FHD Display with a 165Hz refresh rate, 1ms response time, and free Sync support
- Native 1500R Curved Panel
- HDR & 90% DCI-P3. Flicker free
- World's First Tactical Display with Active Noise Cancellation (ANC)
- Exclusive AORUS Features - Game Assist, OSD Sidekick and Dashboard
- Ergonomic Design with Swivel, Pivot, Tilt and Height Adjustments
- Built-In Digital RGB LED Backlighting
- 1x Display Port 1. 2, 2x HDMI 2. 0
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165Hz in 1080P
The AORUS CV27F features a 27” FHD panel (1920x1080 resolution) with a 165hz refresh rate, allowing you to enjoy games & movies in its original sizes.
Get an Immersive Feel
The AORUS CV27F utilizes an 1500R curved panel, which gives you a more immersive feel than your traditional curvatures.
Feel the True Colors
Compared to sRGB, DCI-P3 covers more red and green, which are sharper and allow people to see more realistic colors.
High Dynamic Range (HDR)
HDR displays deliver better contrast as well as more vibrant colors compared to Standard Dynamic Range (SDR) displays.
Built-In Digital LED with RGB Fusion 2.0
Create Your Own Gaming Ambiance.
Thanks to the RGB Fusion App, you will be able to create a gaming ambiance exclusive to you with its intuitive UI and customizability. LED enthusiasts now have the chance to show off their creativity with the ability to customize multiple zones independently.
Adjustments Made Simple.
OSD Sidekick allows you to set the display options on screen without using buttons on the monitor.
Active Noise Control
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|Item Dimensions||24.17 x 14.54 x 2.89 inches||33.40 x 7.50 x 21.80 inches||10.80 x 24.20 x 22.60 inches||24.20 x 10.80 x 22.60 inches||24.10 x 20.81 x 9.85 inches|
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|Refresh Rate||165 hertz||165 hertz||144 hertz||144 hertz||144 hertz|
27" 1920x1080 Display with a 165hz Refresh Rate, 1 ms Response Time, and FreeSync Support Native 1500R Curved Panel HDR & 90% DCI-P3 World's First Tactical Display with Active Noise Cancellation (ANC) Exclusive AORUS Features - Game Assist, OSD Sidekick and Dashboard Ergonomic Design with Swivel, Pivot, Tilt and Height Adjustments Built-In Digital RGB LED Backlighting 1x Display Port 1. 2, 2x HDMI 2. 0
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Those are the pro's for this monitor. The cons however only come into play if you are used to using a monitor with a 1440 resolution. If that is the case, you are not going to be happy with this one and I strongly suggest that you pay the little extra and choose the CV27Q instead. This monitor has 1080p resolution on a VA panel. Coming from 1440's with IPS panels and even running two beside it (the AD27QD and the PG328Q), the difference is immediate and in your face. The colors are washed out on the CV27F (even setting the presets on both Aorus monitors to the exact same thing) and the details in what you are viewing are completely lost when comparing the exact same picture or video, side by side on the AD27Q. For me, I think its both the resolution and panel type that I am used to that has me seeing this monitor the way that I do.
If you have always used 1080p monitors with VA panels, that you will definitely love this monitor with its features. But, 1440 and IPS have always been your playground.... try to see this one in person before making the decision to purchase.
- Styling is on point, stand is stable and adjustable, and RGB on the back is a nice touch.
- After adjusting settings, colors look pretty good, nice and vibrant. Good brightness.
- 165Hz is smooth as butter. Not as good as TN, but better than IPS.
- Joystick on monitor is easy to use, OSD generally makes sense.
- 1080p is a good choice if you want high frame rate.
- 10-bit color at full 165Hz.
- FreeSync works great.
- Had a signal problem with my 5700 XT, had to select DisplayPort 1.2 in OSD.
- Default color settings leave something to be desired, took some time to tweak them.
- HDR is not great, and turning it on will make SDR content washed out. Better to turn off.
- Massive ghosting / black smear on lower refresh rates. This is reduced when using 165Hz.
- Full overdrive causes pixelation artifacts. Setting it to balanced is okay though.
- VESA mount point is recessed and can be difficult to mount (especially with quick connect).
At first I was somewhat disappointed with the purchase, mainly because I couldn't get a signal with my AMD RX 5700 XT video card. The way to fix this is to connect the monitor via HDMI, then go into the monitor OSD and change DisplayPort version to 1.2 (not 1.2 + HDR, which is the default). After this I could connect to DisplayPort and HDR still works fine. Also had to do a full DDU driver uninstall, for some reason I was stuck at 60Hz but the reinstall fixed it (probably an AMD driver problem).
In addition, the default color settings look pretty bland and this took some time to configure. After spending about a week with the monitor, and adjusting everything, I've got it to a good place and it does look really nice. Unfortunately I had to disable HDR because it was too washed out in SDR content and you can't adjust the colors when HDR is enabled in Windows. That said, in the few games with good HDR support (Gears 5, Doom Eternal), I did notice an improvement, but it wasn't mind blowing. This is only HDR 400, so don't expect too much. But it is another feature to play with, so maybe it will work okay in some games.
Played a bunch of games, including Doom Eternal, Gears 5, Shadow of the Tomb Raider, RAGE 2, Forza Horizon 4, and some older games. With my 5700 XT card I could get close to 165 fps across the board, usually with High or Ultra High settings. Very nice performance. Response time and input lag seemed low, definitely noticed an improvement over my other IPS panel, though still not as good as TN. This monitor is great at 1080p as you can actually get those frame rates with affordable video cards.
The two things that aren't great are the ghosting and the overdrive pixel artifacts. If you set this monitor to 60Hz, the ghosting is massive and unacceptable. This reduces as the refresh gets higher, and at 165Hz it is noticeable if you look but not too bad and fully playable. In most games, you probably won't see it, it is usually on black to white borders it becomes and issue. The other issue is the overdrive. At normal, there is more ghosting, at fast it almost eliminates the ghosting but at the cost of these pixelation artifacts. They are also most visible on black to white, and in some games you can't see it. However, if you look, it is there. I found balanced to be a good compromise and mostly reduced both problems to an acceptable level.
So overall, I like it. It took some time to get everything configured, but now that it is working I think it was worth the purchase. Especially if you are coming from a 60Hz panel, this will be a huge upgrade. It is definitely a gaming panel, if you do any kind of photo editing or content creation, maybe an IPS would be better, but for normal gaming / web browsing this is fine. It's not perfect, but there is no perfect monitor. Even if you spend big bucks, there is always something. So, for this price, I think this is a very reasonable option and worthwhile.
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problemas: todas las tecnologías estan implementadas dentro el monitor (incluyendo la fuete de poder) y sus bases son metálicas (son mas resistentes eso es bueno) pero la pantalla pesa mas que mi pc la caja entera pesa 12kg (+10kg aprox la pantalla) , algunos aditivos te exigen mas componente AORUS, ejemplo: grafica dedicada AORUS, Mouse AORUS, no es lo mejor para competitivos, ver una película en esta pantalla se disfruta mas que en el cine, los colores y luces de un juego son increíbles (ahí pocos mejores), pero para su precio hay muchas cosas mejores para la gama competitiva, esta pantalla es un disfrute visual, no la mejor herramienta para los E-sport.
Precio para esta reseña: $7,000 MXN