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AOC AGON AG322QC4 31.5" Curved Framless Gaming Monitor, QHD 2560x1440 VA panel, FreeSync 2, DisplayHDR 400, 144Hz, 4ms, DisplayPort/HDMI, VESA

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  • 32" (31.5" Viewable) Agon Professional grade gaming monitor with 2560 x 1440 quad HD resolution, VA panel
  • 1800R curved monitor for immersive gaming experience
  • 144Hz refresh rate and 4ms response time
  • Displays 400 and 80, 000, 000 Smart contrast ratio for higher contrast and brightness
  • 2x DisplayPort 1.2, 2x HDMI 2.0, VGA inputs with audio out and USB 3.0 hub (2x ports)
  • Next-gen AMD FreeSync2 for smoothest competitive gameplay and great visuals
  • Agon re-spawned Warranty: 4-year zero deal Pixel guarantee + 4-year advance replacement + 1 Year (one-time) accidental damage Warranty
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Immersive gaming experience in HDR. 31.5-Inch curved QHD display with ultra-smooth HDR gaming at 144 Hz. FreeSync2 and displays 400 support ensure a stutter-free and tear-free gaming experience at any frame rate with even more lifelike images, a Higher contrast ratio, deeper blacks and a wider color gamut. What's in the box315" Monitor, power adapter, power cord, HDMI cable, DP cable, Audio cable, USB cable, sq..

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Panel Size 27-inch Quad-HD 2560 X1440@ 144Hz VA 31.5-inch Curved QHD 2560x1440 @ 144Hz VA 31.5-inch Curved QHD 2560x1440 @ 144Hz MVA 35-inch Curved WQHD 3440x1440 @ 120Hz
Response Time (typical Gray to Gray) 1ms 4ms 4ms 4ms
HDR N/A N/A VESA DislplayHDR 400 Certified N/A
AMD FreeSync/NVIDIA G-Sync AMD FreeSync AMD FreeSync AMD FreeSync 2 G-Sync
Panel Curvature Flat 1800R 1800R 1800R
AOC Shadow Control Yes Yes Yes Yes
Connectivity HDMI 2.0, DisplayPort, DVI, VGA, audio in/out HDMI 1.4, HDMI 2.0, 2 x DisplayPort, VGA, 3.5mm audio in/out HDMI 1.4, HDMI 2.0, 2 x DisplayPort, VGA, 3.5mm audio in/out HDMI 1.4, DisplayPort, 3.5mm audio in/out
Stand Ergo Dial Base (Height Adjustable) Fully Adjustable (Height Adjustable) Fully Adjustable (Height Adjustable) Fully Adjustable (Height Adjustable)
USB Hub Yes Yes Yes Yes

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Lawrence Chung
3.0 out of 5 stars For AOC Engineering/Customer Service, 5/11/2017 - 7/6/2017 is *Over One Year*
8 July 2017 - Published on
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5.0 out of 5 stars Agon ag273qcx review(27inch)
8 February 2019 - Published on
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5.0 out of 5 stars Agon ag273qcx review(27inch)
Reviewed in the United States on 8 February 2019
TLDR; the monitor is good. This monitor was just released on the 6th. Looks like Amazon is mixing the reviews for this and the 32in model.

Much better color than my TN panel. This is a 1440p panel and it shows! I brought this to mainly game on. I paired it with a Vega 56. Looks amazing. Averaging 120 fps on high/maxed. The pictures don't do it justice.

*Curved screen is definitely noticeable
*Text is clear and no need to scale for readability
*Great build quality
*IS Vesa 75 compatible. It INCLUDES Vesa standoffs since the back is curved(doesn't include M4 screws though)
*Stand is very well made
*Speakers are loud enough to get by
*Dual display port and HDMI inputs.
*Included quickswitch controller does make it easier to navigate OSD menu once you get the hang of it

*HDR is a mixed bag. I didn't noticed a huge difference in some games. Hellblade looked amazing while Destiny 2, it made the the game look visually worse. Very dark and lacking details.
*The one for all power button is a pita! One button for on/off and menu navigation.
*The included quickswitch control pad buttons are clicky and require a lot of force.
*There IS some black color shift when moving eyes off center from right to left. Definitely nowhere as bad as a TN panel
*There is some motion blur. To be fair, I haven't tried to calibrate and make it less noticeable.
*There is slight black smear(similar to Google pixel 2). I haven't noticed it while gaming though.

All in all, I'm loving the monitor. It's I big upgrade from my 1080p TN panel. While HDR on Windows still needs work, the monitor still shines. The cons with the blur and smear, are all inherent properties of VA panels. The Division 2, Resident Evil 2 2019, Hellblade, Destiny 2 and Insurgency Sandstorm-all look very vibrant and sharp on this monitor. I will never go back to 1080p or a TN panel for that matter. $500 is a steep price and there are a sea of options in this price range and cheaper. I wanted to give the Pixio px277h but couldn't find. msi optix mag271cqr is another one that should be out soon. Definitely do your research. I couldn't wait any longer andade my move which I'm more than happy with! Game on!

UPDATE 2/12/19
So while playing Hellblade during a cut screen, I noticed a dead pixel. It's red and pretty much in the middle off the screen. If it was on the edge, I probably wouldn't mind. Also for the price, I feel like I shouldn't have to settle. Amazon's return policy is great as always and I'll have a replacement this Friday. Stay tuned! - I also tried the HDR settings on Masseffect Andromeda. The picture looked grayish, kinda washed out. Not pretty at all.

UPDATE 2/14/2019
I got the replacement monitor today. Apparently I had a faulty panel. Setting the replacement screen side by side, I noticed a big difference in color and vibrance. The original screened looked faded and not as bright. Also the viewing angles didnt distort the colors like the original did. The quickswitch controller functions better too. On the original one I had to press really hard on the up directional button to get it to register. I'll run it through it's paces again to see if anything changes.
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5.0 out of 5 stars The new Agon is a 35" 3440x1440p 120hz monster - ascension complete
28 June 2018 - Published on
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5.0 out of 5 stars The new Agon is a 35" 3440x1440p 120hz monster - ascension complete
Reviewed in the United States on 28 June 2018
I almost bought the previous 100hz version of this monitor a few months ago, and I'm glad I waited. From what I've read this panel is much better in terms of issues that the older one had (which were few). I'm seriously blown away by the quality, from the durable and heavy stand, to the small touches like the headphone holder and the lighting. The panel is why you buy this, and it's absolutely beautiful. I'm coming from a 1440p standard widescreen Acer 27" 144hz panel. That monitor is still great, but compared to this falls off the ladder. The colors and blacks are much nicer, I don't see any ghosting on it, inverse or otherwise, and 120hz is plenty for running any game at max settings - providing you have a gpu that can handle it. I run a Titan Xp that I've modded and water cooled with an AIO, along with an 8600K OC'ed to 4.7Ghz, and all the games that I've tested have hit or nearly hit 120fps. I wouldn't bother with this resolution or expect to get even 100fps unless you have at least a Gtx 1070+ and are prepared to turn a couple of settings down. At this res, you can turn down AA in most games to FXAA or even turn it off if you need to without taking a severe graphical hit and seeing too many jaggies. In Battlefield 1, I actually have to *UP*scale to about 120% over the native resolution just to get the frames fall to 120fps. Granted BF1 is CPU hungry, and once fed with the right gpu it'll run amazing. But supersampled on this.. just WOW. It looks magnificent. Worth noting is that some competitive titles, like Overwatch and PUBG, will crop the top and bottom to achieve this screen ratio, and are designed that way so you don't have an unfair wider FOV than anyone else playing. This results in you actually losing vertical visibility by a bit. Personally I feel that the trade off is worth it in the few games with this issue, but I do wish I could achieve a longer FOV to compensate for the crop. In Destiny 2, it feels like I'm life sized when playing crucible. I can run this at ultra at native resolution with very few frame dips, and never below 115fps. G-sync works flawlessly and I can't even tell. What's interesting to me is that it was harder for the same games to hit higher frame rates close to 144fps on my older monitor, even with the less pixels. I expected the extra pixels on the ultrawide to be much more of a hit to games, and to get closer to down near 100fps max. But that's not the case, and almost all achieve 120fps if not MORE than that, because rendering more frames is actually more demanding on your CPU than a higher resolution. This is where overclocking your cpu to 5Ghz is viable - if you have 2 1080ti's and a 144hz high res display and want to achieve 144fps, you'll need a VERY fast cpu to hit those frame rates. But 120hz is no slouch, and like I said I cannot tell at all between this and my old lower res monitor in the case of frames. And this panel's colors and blacks are so much nicer, I don't even know if I'd care if I COULD tell. If you have the extra cash, and already have a beefy CPU and NVindia GPU, it may be time to ascend. And if you're running a 1080ti or Titan Xp, I would only consider 120hz Ultrawides if you want to hit close to max frames at ultra settings in contemporary games.
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