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35" AOC Agon 3440x1440 WQHD Curved Gaming Monitor EXPIRED

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NeweggFlash has 35" AOC Agon 3440x1440 WQHD Curved Gaming Monitor (AG352UCG) on sale for $678.99 with promo code NEFPSNK20. Shipping is free. Thanks EvilTechie

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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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Newegg Flash [newegg.com] has the AOC AGON AG352UCG on sale for $678.99
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$678.99 After Promo Code: NEFPSNK20
  • WQHD (3440x1440) Resolution
  • 21:9 Cinematic Screen Ratio
  • 1800R Curved MVA Panel for Immersive Experience
  • G-Sync Technology from NVIDIA to Reduce Screen Tearing
  • 4ms Response Time
  • 100Hz Refresh Rate
  • Height Adjustable Stand
  • USB 3.0 Hub (1 Charging)
  • 2x2W built-in speakers
  • LowBlue Mode
  • FlickerFree Technology for Reduced Eye Fatigue
  • Customizable LED Colors
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Last Edited by EvilTechie June 27, 2018 at 11:51 AM
  • WQHD (3440x1440) Resolution
  • 21:9 Cinematic Screen Ratio
  • 1800R Curved MVA Panel for Immersive Experience
  • G-Sync Technology from NVIDIA to Reduce Screen Tearing
  • 4ms Response Time
  • 100Hz Refresh Rate
  • Height Adjustable Stand
  • USB 3.0 Hub (1 Charging)
  • 2x2W built-in speakers
  • LowBlue Mode
  • FlickerFree Technology for Reduced Eye Fatigue
  • Customizable LED Colors
  • 3-year parts and labor warranty is included

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I've had this AOC monitor for almost a year now. I wish I got something else to be honest.

I had major issues with the panel flickering when GSync kicked in, so I RMAd it. RMA process was a huge pain through AOC's partner - they were very unresponsive and took about 5 weeks for the replacement to be sent out. The replacement one I received still had the flicker issue as well as a dead pixel. They wouldn't do anything about the single dead pixel since it falls within the quality control tolerance. I didn't want to be without a monitor for another 5 weeks so I just sucked it up, told myself the flicker wasn't going to be fixed, and kept it. They did offer me a prorated refund but it wasn't even close to what I had originally paid.

Anyway, long story short - this flickers bad when GSync kicks in. I've specifically seen it Forza Horizon 3, Assassin's Creed Origins, Jotun, and Bioshock Remaster. You can turn off GSync but then what's the point of the paying the premium?
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I've had 2 AOC monitors. Whatever monitor I get next will also be AOC.
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Spme CPUs (ryzen, intel chips @ stock) start bottlenecking over 120ish FPS on a lot of games. A 1080 will not max everything at 144. It will run between 80-130 @ 144hz maxed on games from the last 2 years. Some games, like Doom 2016, average around 130 FPS, Overwatch will be close to 140, other games like Metro series or Mass Effect you might dip down to the 70s or 80s occasionally and likely average around 90. Destiny 2 runs around 110 average. GTX 1080 @ 2k is typically around 90-110hz averaging modern titles maxed out. Assuming you're paired with an intel i5/i7 clocked at 4.5ghz+.

Edit: Gsync will help hide dips, a 1080 is a suitable card for 2k@144hz target, but the 1080ti/1180 will be even better or wait 2-3 years for a 1380 or whatever. The monitor will outlive your current rig almost for certain.
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I need a 2560x1440 with G-Sync and 144HZ!

-but on a real note...can my GTX 1080 put out MAX setting (minus AA if needed) on basically every game?
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An excellent deal based on the on-paper specs. 35" 3440x1440 100hz Gsync for $670 is almost unheard of. I know nothing about this company though. The G-sync is what really makes this deal. That's at least a $100 premium over the 'freesync' monitors.
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I need a 2560x1440 with G-Sync and 144HZ!

-but on a real note...can my GTX 1080 put out MAX setting (minus AA if needed) on basically every game?
Spme CPUs (ryzen, intel chips @ stock) start bottlenecking over 120ish FPS on a lot of games. A 1080 will not max everything at 144. It will run between 80-130 @ 144hz maxed on games from the last 2 years. Some games, like Doom 2016, average around 130 FPS, Overwatch will be close to 140, other games like Metro series or Mass Effect you might dip down to the 70s or 80s occasionally and likely average around 90. Destiny 2 runs around 110 average. GTX 1080 @ 2k is typically around 90-110hz averaging modern titles maxed out. Assuming you're paired with an intel i5/i7 clocked at 4.5ghz+.

Edit: Gsync will help hide dips, a 1080 is a suitable card for 2k@144hz target, but the 1080ti/1180 will be even better or wait 2-3 years for a 1380 or whatever. The monitor will outlive your current rig almost for certain.
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I've had 2 AOC monitors. Whatever monitor I get next will also be AOC.
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How long do you guys think this monitor will last before it gets outdated specs wise? Also might be a noob question but will a 1070 be able to game on this monitor smoothly?
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How long do you guys think this monitor will last before it gets outdated specs wise? Also might be a noob question but will a 1070 be able to game on this monitor smoothly?
Depends on the games but the GPU would get outdated wayyy before the monitor
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I need a 2560x1440 with G-Sync and 144HZ!

-but on a real note...can my GTX 1080 put out MAX setting (minus AA if needed) on basically every game?
Acer Predator XB271HU

2560x1440, G-SYNC-, 144 Hz, and IPS (beware there is a TN version, but Newegg's is IPS unless stated otherwise). It's been on sale down to $549 every now and then. Had mine for 2 months and had zero issues. I mainly play Rainbow Six: Siege on a GTX 1080 and Ryzen 5 1600X. Maxed out, I get anywhere from 80-120 FPS (depends on the map and if there are tons of explosions happening, etc) at 2560x1440. So yes, your card can handle it.Thing about G-Sync is you turn off V-Sync and the monitor and computer handle everything. So even though, at this new higher resolution (I came from 1080p @ 60Hz), my framerate can fluctuate so much, you do not see or feel it at all, because the monitor is adjusting its internal refresh rate to match your framerate (it's like having V-Sync without the mouse delay and without the framerate cap). Bonus is that montior supports 165 Hz via overlock (they advertise this).

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What am I missing here? What is the downside to this monitor? This price looks insane.
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What am I missing here? What is the downside to this monitor? This price looks insane.
I have this monitor and love it. The only downside that some don't like is the MVA panel, but I think for the price and features, this monitor simply can't be beat. Just look up some optimal settings for this display and you should be all set. If you have any questions, lemme know.
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How long do you guys think this monitor will last before it gets outdated specs wise? Also might be a noob question but will a 1070 be able to game on this monitor smoothly?
You should be fine with a 1070. Note, AOC just came up with updated version of this model with just a newer panel that runs 120hz.
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What am I missing here? What is the downside to this monitor? This price looks insane.
It was just updated with newer panel that runs 120hz. If you play a lot of FPS games, many complain that MVA panels create a lot of ghosting of images during fast movements. But a great price for this monitor.
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