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post #1 of 51 (permalink) Old 04-07-2019, 11:03 AM - Thread Starter
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[AOC] AG353UCG - newcomer 200hz Gsync HDR/Fsync2 monitor



AOC AGON AG353UCG
Display 35-inch 3440×1440 VA LCD
Brightness 1000
Contrast ratio 2000:1
Refresh rate 200Hz
Response time 1ms MPRT
Backlight WLED
Display colours 16.7 million
Ports DisplayPort 1.2, HDMI 2.0, USB 3.1 gen 1 x 4, 3.5mm headphone out, microphone in, line in
Built-in speakers 5W x 2
Height adjust amount 120mm
Vesa wallmount 100×100

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AOC is under Philips display under TPV china group which produces own panels.
Strangely AOC has 100% DCI-P3 1ms response time, but only 2000:1 native VA contrast and DP1.2?
Asus/Acer quote 90% DCI-P3 4ms and 2500:1

I guess they license the backlight from AUO and use their own panels.
Most Philips/TPV panels i worked with, some issue with subpixel rendering, pentile lighting sadly

Hope this one is different.
AOC is affordable in Europe!
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This is what I've been waiting for! Finally... an exciting monitor.



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Is Display Port 1.2 bandwidth enough for 3440x1440/200Hz?
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I will have to wait and see how it does. The HDR I've seen hasn't been worth the price difference on monitors. It's really impressive on those OLED TV's and pretty darn good on the higher end tv's with the good backlighting.

I think I am going to sit on the HDR monitor purchase until OLED becomes feasible.

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Now can you make a 2560x1440p FreeSync 2 HDR 1000 144hz monitor?

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200hz VA with 1ms response? Aren't VA monitors plagued with the black smear?

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How are they getting G-Sync? Is it just a FreeSync 2 that can use G-Sync?

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no, the panel uses adaptive sync that passes both certifications.


don't know why folks don't understand that by now.

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Hardware G-sync is dead anyway.

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