Gigabyte Aorus KD25F 240 Hz Monitor review

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Photo overview

Photo overview

You have the ability to adjust the height, tilt and swivel the screen. You may also rotate the panel to portrait mode as you can see on the lower photo. The foot is minimalistic and works out well. The angle of the feet are interesting, you could place a motherboard there (angled as well) so you have the keyboard really closeby the screen. For gamers, quite a must. one thing though, Full HD = 1920x1080 and this screen is 25". The closer you get to the screen, the better the pixel density is visible, and that is not a good thing. Overall it is a flicker-free WLED backlight with a rated 400 cd/m² typical maximum luminance. There are 100 x 100mm VESA holes for alternative mounting, if preferred. 





The OSD (On Screen Display) is controlled by a joystick beneath the AOURUS logo at the front, pointing downwards. You may also use ‘OSD Sidekick’ software, which also unlocks offers additional OSD functionality in the form of the ‘Dashboard’ feature. This allows users to monitor things such as the CPU clock speed, temperatures and fan speeds (where components support such reporting) on the screen whilst gaming or carrying out other tasks. 

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