AOC AGON AG352UCG WQHD G-Sync Monitor Review

Introduction


AOC AGON AG352UCG

There are a lot of incredible gaming monitors on the market these days, but few come bigger and more feature packed than the AOC AGON AG352UCG. This monitor clocks in at a staggering 35-inch diagonal, in a 21:9 aspect ratio, giving us a huge amount of real estate. Ultrawide gaming monitors are a growing trend, and sure they’re not for everyone, but for gaming and productivity they are a lot more practical than you might think.

G-Sync 100Hz

With a huge resolution of 3440 x 1440, and a 100 Hz refresh rate, you can expect super clear images and silky smooth motion processing. If that wasn’t enough, it also uses Nvidia G-Sync to prevent screen tearing when your FPS drops below 100. Of course, you’ll need an Nvidia GPU to take advantage of that. Furthermore, a high resolution and high refresh rate display like this will work best with a high end graphics card. We suggest a GTX 1080 or 1080 Ti to ensure you can get the best performance from your games and this monitor.

Specifications

The monitor is no slouch in terms of features, and at this price range, you should hope so. The screen delivers a stunning 3440 x 1440 resolution at 100 Hz and a 4 ms GTG response time. Brightness is 300 cd/m2, with a 2000:1 contrast ratio, although real-world performance is likely a big lower than that. It uses a 2000mm radius curve, giving you a more focused wrap-around effect. This is great for immersion as it more easily fills your peripheral vision. Enough of the specifications though, we really want to show you this beast, as with monitors, seeing is believing.

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Peter Donnell @Xavilend

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