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AOC 35" ultrawide curved 2560x1080 160Hz VA gaming monitor $399.99

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Newegg.com [newegg.com] has the AOC C3583FQ 35" ultrawide monitor for only $399.99
use promo code: EMCPTPU38 to knock $20 from $419.99 in shopping cart

This is specifically good for gaming due to its 160Hz
and at only 2560x1080, you can bet your sweet PUBGY butt that it can run high frame rate with a moderate video card


This is model has a curved VA panel, 4ms response time and up to 160Hz refresh rate.
Pretty good for gaming.
  • 35" curved VA panel
  • 2560x1080, 21:9 ratio
  • 4ms response time
  • 160Hz refresh rate
  • 50M:1 contrast ratio
  • VGA&DVI&DP&2xHDMI
  • 5Wx2 Speaker
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Hmmm. Looks nice.
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1080? Ouch.
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Oh that is going to be blurry lol
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Seriously, who wants a 1080p monitor these days? All I use my monitor for is office work and YouTube, and even I couldn't live with a vertical resolution of only 1080p.
Gamers that want 160fps on max settings.
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>1080p on a 35" monitor

lol...
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I have no experience with this particular monitor, but the 1080 res is good for some people. My eyes aren't stellar and with my previous 27" 1440p monitor I couldn't easily see anything without being zoomed in with the monitor at the back edge of my rather large desk. I have a 34" lg 1080p monitor now and it's much easier on my eyes.

And like any monitor the resolution is relative to distance. If not sitting a fair distance from the screen it won't be blurry at all.
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That resolution on a monitor that size... Youre gonna see the pixels

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Curved display has nothing to do with experience. It is only a feature to increase the price.
thats not true for a 35"
28" yes, no difference, but there is a difference on a 35", im using a 34" LG ultrawide QHD curved, there is a difference
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The troll to upvote ratio in this thread is really out of sync. Ignore them, watch some video reviews and make up your own mind -

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zTHA5eKzXkQ

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TLecb7k3xmE

EDIT: Thought this AOC was a decent deal. Changed my mind. Newegg just posted this Acer 35" 1080p, 144hz ultrawide for $369.99 [newegg.com] after code EMCXPTPW3.
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The 3440x1440p version of this monitor was on sale for $680 (and I wish I had gotten one Frown()
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The troll to upvote ratio in this thread is really out of sync. Ignore them, watch some video reviews and make up your own mind -

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zTHA5eKzXkQ

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TLecb7k3xmE

EDIT: Thought this AOC was a decent deal. Changed my mind. Newegg just posted this Acer 35" 1080p, 144hz ultrawide for $369.99 [newegg.com] after code EMCXPTPW3.
Any basic math will trump any reviews. 80 PPI is hot garbage.
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Any basic math will trump any reviews. 80 PPI is hot garbage.
Those reviews covered the pros and cons, but you think they don't matter because you know better than everyone else? Beyond the various other reasons for owning monitors like this, the main one is that not everyone has the hardware to drive 4K and 2K monitors at 100+ FPS.

Just took a look at the PPI on a 24" 1080p monitor. It's slightly under 92. That's a very common size and resolution, even for gaming, and yet somehow 12 PPI less is "hot garbage"? This 35" ultrawide is essentially the exact same PPI as a 27" 1080p display and plenty of people still use those. Please keep your BS to yourself.
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