|Standing screen display size||27 Inches|
|Max Screen Resolution||2560 x 1440 Pixels|
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Aorus AD27QD 27" 144Hz 1440P FreeSync G-Sync Compatible Gaming Monitor, Exclusive Built-In ANC, 2560x1440 QHD Display
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|Connections||Wired, DisplayPort, HDMI|
|Item Weight||4.6 Kilograms|
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- 27” 2560x1440 QHD Display with a 144Hertz refresh rate, 1ms response time, and free Sync support
- Improved Gaming Experience with G-Sync Compatible Display
- 10 bit IPS panel with HDR and DCI P3 color spectrum
- Ergonomic design with swivel, pivot, tilt and height adjustments
- 1x Display Port 1.2, 2x HDMI 2.0, 2x USB 3.0
- World's first tactical Display with active noise cancellation (ANC). Phys. Dimension with Stand(WxHxD) 614.9*484.7*236.9 mm. Phys. Dimension w/o Stand(WxHxD) 614.9*371.1*60mm
- Exclusive Aorus features GAME assist, OSD sidekick and dashboard
- Built in digital RGB LED backlighting. Swivel(angle) -20°~+20°, Tilt(angle) -5°~+21°, Pivot(angle/direction) +90°
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Designed for Gamers and Creators
144 Hz Refresh Rate
The AORUS AD27QD features a 27” QHD panel in a 16:9 aspect ratio with a 144hz refresh rate, which gives you twice the display quality than Full HD.
Wide Viewing Angles
The AORUS AD27QD uses an advanced 10bits Color IPS display technology to give you extra wide viewing angles.
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
AORUS AD27QD Gaming monitor boast the most advanced LED systems in the market today. 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.
GIGABYTE AORUS AD27QD SA gaming monitor
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Accurate Colors out of the Box - Did some quick reference tests and did not really need to adjust settings.
Great Adjustment Options- Can adjust to almost any angle I could want.
Very Minimal Backlight Bleed/IPS Glow- There is some however not as much of a bother as some IPS screens I have seen.
Stuck Pixel- I have one stuck pixel which I couldn't fix using common methods. It's only really shows on black screens and out of the way enough to deal with RMA.
Dust in Screen- I also had some dust in my screen that I was able to flick away. However your mileage may vary.
Short Cables- Maybe it's just my use case however the included cables were too short and could barely plug in the power cable.
The Biggest Con: Smearing/Response Times for Gaming. To reach the claimed 1MS you have to disable FreeSync to turn on Aim Stablizer or Ultra Low Motion Blur which introduces some strobing. Then if you want to have FreeSync on and still want a fast Response Time then you need to turn the OverDrive on the highest setting. If you do though it introduces a bunch of smearing and ghosting. If you are sensitive to it then it's going to look terrible. If you put on the regular Balanced Overdrive it doesn't look too bad. I hope this is something that Gigabyte/Aorus can adjust in Firmware.
Biggest Positive: AMAZINGLY Low Input Lag- I am coming from a very fast TN Panel with very low input lag already and this is a step above. I think I could get used to the smearing/ghosting for fast games like FPS's since actions seem instantaneous.
Now that the Cons are out of the way i have to say the image quality on this monitor is so far beyond anything i have ever seen. Colors on this monitor absolutely pop especially in games like overwatch, which is honestly on of the most impressive games visual just because of the art style. Also the OSD sidekick program is a really nice feature but make sure to connect the included USB cable or you can't use it. As far as HDR goes if you leave the monitor on 144hz 8bit mode in the display port + HDR mode on the monitor you can get gsync + HDR to work in games like Mass Effect, Dragon dogma, BF5, Tomb Raider, Assassin Creed and Destiny 2. I would recommend a couple settings, first in Geforce control panel in the adjust screen have it set to GPU and override, on the OSD of the monitor not he program display the input notification, and the setting right below it "can't remember what it is right now" Just anything that would create a notification on the monitor as i have seen this crash some games.
So all in all i would definitely recommend this monitor but you should know what you are getting into. I have hopes that with driver updates and maybe some firmware updates the overall experience gets a bit better and less stressful.
***Side note after you are done playing a HDR game like Assassin Creed i would check the display settings in windows to make sure HDR didn't get turned on as the next game you launch will most likely crash. Also HDR in fullscreen mode is completely broken in Ni No Kuni 2 but that is an issue with nvidia and the drivers not the monitor.
Gigabyte accepted my RMA request. However, they do not cover the cost of shipping to them, only the shipping back to you. The total cost with UPS to send the monitor to them was $104. This is bad customer service. I now have over $700 invested into the monitor. Also, because they do not provide a prepaid shipping label, they do not have a way of tracking that I've returned the item or when they will receive it. You must return the item with 30 days of starting the RMA process. If they do not receive it they will cancel the request. Say something happens during shipping and the monitor does not make it to Gigabyte, It could potentially become an even more serious issue.
The monitor is very good for gaming, maybe a little pricey, and the osd sidekick software is a nice feature. However, I occasionally has issues with the screen going black and eventually the monitor simply wouldn't power on anymore. Kind of disappointing since the monitor was less than two months old. The amazon return window has already expired so I have started the RMA process with gigabyte. I will keep the review up to date as I go through the process.
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El cable HDMI y el DP se ven de mala calidad. Comprare otro DP.
Aparte tenía pegada una memoria USB con archivos pero al querer instalar no funcionó y al actualizar firmware dejo de funcionar mi monitor. Tuve que bajar todo de la pagina de aorus y volver a instalar par que volviera a funcionar.
Opino que el vendedor no debería abrir laa caja. No debería sacar nada ni cambiar nada. Y en su caso volver a empacar como de fábrica. Es de mal gusto, y da mala experiencia, que venga que parece que la registraron toda. Y no debería traer archivos que no sirven de nada. Mejor actualizar del sitio web oficial.
Colores precisos listos para usar: realizamos algunas pruebas de referencia rápida y realmente no necesité ajustar la configuración.
Grandes opciones de ajuste: puede ajustarse a casi cualquier ángulo que desee.
Muy poco sangrado de retroiluminación / brillo de IPS: Sin embargo, no hay tanta molestia como algunas pantallas IPS que he visto.
Pixel pegado : tengo un píxel atascado que no pude solucionar usando métodos comunes. Realmente solo se muestra en fondos negros.
Cables cortos: tal vez sea solo mi caso de uso, sin embargo, los cables incluidos eran demasiado cortos y apenas podían enchufar el cable de alimentación.
pagar por un monitor de gama alta que ronda entre los 13k a 15k y que te salga con un pixel muerto/atascado. Por muy pequeño o insignificante que sea el problema termina siendo molesto.
Construcción sólida que se siente desde que se extrae de la caja y se comienza a armar.
Un poco elevado el costo pero tampoco es una compra de la que se pueda uno arrepentir.