AOC 25G3ZM 240Hz Gaming Monitor Review
Peter Donnell / 1 year ago
The OSD is the basic AOC one we see on the bulk of their more standard models, not the fancy one we see on the more premium AGON series, but it’s perfectly serviceable with a good level of options throughout.
you can adjust gaming modes, brightness, contrast and all the usual stuff, but there’s also a low input lag, overdrive, and FreeSync mode too.
There are some built-in modes, such as reading, internet, and gaming, and they’re actually all pretty usable too, but that’s certainly subjective to each user.
You can also calibrate the colour temperature to cool, normal or warm, and there’s a red, green, and blue adjustment too if you need to fine tune.