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Newegg Flash.com has 35" AOC Agon 3440x1440 WQHD Curved Gaming Monitor (AG352UCG) on sale for $679.99. Shipping is free. Thanks MasterGamer100

Note, includes a 3-year limited parts/labor warranty w/ purchase.

Alternatively, Amazon.com also has 35" AOC Agon 3440x1440 WQHD Curved Gaming Monitor (AG352UCG) on sale for $679.99. Shipping is free

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  • Resolution: 3440x1440 (WQHD)
  • Response Time: 4ms
  • Refresh Rate: 100Hz
  • Contrast Ratio: 20,000,000:1 (Dynamic)
  • Viewing Angle: 178 Degrees (H/V)
  • Wall Mountable w/ Height Adjustment w/ 2x 2W Speakers
    • Inputs
      • 2x USB 3.0 (1x Fast Charging Port)
      • Display Port 1.2
      • HDMI 1.4
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WQHD (3440x1440) Resolution
Curved MVA Panel for Immersive Experience
G-Sync Technology from NVIDIA to Reduce Screen Tearing
4msResponse Time
100Hz Refresh Rate
Height Adjustable Stand
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Depends on what you value more:

- 27" 16:9 ratio 144/165hz IPS panel
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- 34" 21:9 ultrawide ratio 100hz MVA panel

If you really want IPS, only other options are the Predator X34, Alienware 34 or the Asus 34, not sure if any of those would even come down to $700 (brand new) regularly. I think the X34 went for $820 after rebate new recently, and the Alienware may have dipped to $899 it sounds like.

The Acer Z35 is the same panel as this one and can supposedly be overclocked to 120hz, but this one can't be (or at least that's what I've read, not sure how Acer does it)

I think at this caliber of monitor, it's best to pay for what you want and get what you want... don't skimp. If you want the extra 20hz, IPS panel, then just save up a bit more for it to begin with.
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I've found very few games that don't support 21:9, and even fewer that I couldn't make support it. I'll never go back to 16:9 if I can help it, ultrawide is such a massive upgrade IMO.
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This is a 35" @ 3440x1440 100hz vs 32" 2560x1440 75hz not necessarily Apples to Apples
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The only 35" 100Hz VA 1440p 21:9 panel with Gsync for now is made by au optronics, the same one on Acer Z35p.
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I'm wondering if I could make this work with my Macbook Pro 2013, it has Thunderbolt and HDMI but the specs show this:

*This model supports a simultaneous maximum resolution up to 2560x1600 on two external displays via Thunderbolt. Alternately, it can support a single display up to 2560x1600 via Thunderbolt and a single display up to 1920x1200 via HDMI. Although it can theoretically power all three external displays, as confirmed by a helpful reader, it runs too hot with three displays connected.

Would that mean I would only able to run up to 1920x1200 via HDMI? Would that look like shit on this monitor?
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Ugh I just bought the Acer XB271 for $599. Is this worth the extra $80 for gaming? I'd love the ultrawide immersion but don't want to give up on IPS and the 144/165hz refresh rates....
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Ugh I just bought the Acer XB271 for $599. Is this worth the extra $80 for gaming? I'd love the ultrawide immersion but don't want to give up on IPS and the 144/165hz refresh rates....
Official 21:9 support for games is limited; I purchased a 21:9 monitor knowing this beforehand.
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The alienware was IPS for $899, should I wait for that deal to pop again?
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The alienware was IPS for $899, should I wait for that deal to pop again?
That's what I'm doing; holding myself over with the 25 inch Alienware for now (also on sale from Newegg as we speak)
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Ugh I just bought the Acer XB271 for $599. Is this worth the extra $80 for gaming? I'd love the ultrawide immersion but don't want to give up on IPS and the 144/165hz refresh rates....
Depends on what you value more:

- 27" 16:9 ratio 144/165hz IPS panel
or
- 34" 21:9 ultrawide ratio 100hz MVA panel

If you really want IPS, only other options are the Predator X34, Alienware 34 or the Asus 34, not sure if any of those would even come down to $700 (brand new) regularly. I think the X34 went for $820 after rebate new recently, and the Alienware may have dipped to $899 it sounds like.

The Acer Z35 is the same panel as this one and can supposedly be overclocked to 120hz, but this one can't be (or at least that's what I've read, not sure how Acer does it)

I think at this caliber of monitor, it's best to pay for what you want and get what you want... don't skimp. If you want the extra 20hz, IPS panel, then just save up a bit more for it to begin with.
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I currently have the AW3418DW and the XF270... I think as far as IPS, it's worth the extra, however the Alienware doesn't "pop" as much as my XF270. Not sure if it's the brightness (AW is 300nits, XF270 is 350nits), but even according to TFTCentral, the AW has a slightly lower contrast ratio even when calibrated. I think this is likely the reason.

I'm debating still taking the AW back. The ultrawide is very nice, but you still have to make other sacrifices (120hz vs 144 or 165hz, and less impressive picture & brightness).

Also if you do some googling, the AW has the possibility of losing the 120hz after a few weeks and users have to dial back the OC. Makes it a tough sell IMO. Had I known this ahead of time, I probably would have waited. I haven't experienced the issue yet, but I've only had it since Sunday.
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The non Gsync 32" AOC 2560X1440 is available every day at Best Buy for 299. Dont pay $500 Nvidia tax. Bad deal.

This is a 35" @ 3440x1440 100hz vs 32" 2560x1440 75hz not necessarily Apples to Apples
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Official 21:9 support for games is limited; I purchased a 21:9 monitor knowing this beforehand.
I've found very few games that don't support 21:9, and even fewer that I couldn't make support it. I'll never go back to 16:9 if I can help it, ultrawide is such a massive upgrade IMO.
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