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AOC announces their new 200Hz 35-inch 21:9 AGON AG35QCX Freesync monitor

This display has a FreeSync Range of 30-200Hz

AOC announced their new 200Hz 35-inch 21:9 AGON AG35QCX Freesync monitor

AOC announced their new 200Hz 35-inch 21:9 AGON AG35QCX Freesync monitor

AOC announced their new 200Hz 35-inch 21:9 AGON AG35QCX Freesync monitor, which offers a FreeSync Range of 30-200 and a resolution of 2560x1080.   
 
This display will use an MVA panel type with a 4ms response time, giving this display great colour reproduction as well as a ultra-high refresh rate. This display is also designed with a 2000mm curved panel and will be mounted on a 100x100mm VESA mount which has height adjustment and tilt options.   
 
 

  

AOC announced their new 200Hz 35-inch 21:9 AGON AG35QCX Freesync monitor

 

This display is able to support inputs from DisplayPort 1.2a and HDMI 2.0 and includes a 4-port USB 3.0 hub, an integrated headset stand and built-in 5W speakers.  Right now AOC has not confirmed the pricing of this display, though it is expected to cost around $600. 

 

You can join the discussion on AOC's 200Hz FreeSync 21;9 AGON AG35QCX on the OC3D Forums

 

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08-11-2016, 12:42:59

NeverBackDown
Very nice all around. Wish they had a 1440p version thoughQuote

08-11-2016, 13:21:59

Kyiagi
Buying this thing sounds like overkill on Hz, And underkill(if this word exists) on picture quality. Its 2017 around the corner and when someone says here look 1080 sounds like a joke, especially on 35 inch panel.Quote

08-11-2016, 13:39:23

NeverBackDown
2560x1080. It's actually quite a noticeable difference.
More than most people in the world are only going for 1080p, so it's still a viable resolutionQuote

08-11-2016, 16:28:38

Kyiagi
Iv had 29inch superwide and when you go to anything but gaming its uncomfortable(forever scroll), and this is 6 extra inches.Quote

08-11-2016, 16:35:08

AlienALX
Quote:
Originally Posted by Kyiagi View Post
Iv had 29inch superwide and when you go to anything but gaming its uncomfortable(forever scroll), and this is 6 extra inches.
That was the conclusion I came to a few years ago when running 3x 22" monitors in surround. Even with a ten million DPI mouse it would still be a pain.

Games are also not designed for this resolution, so many either look weird or crash (Fallout 4 for example).Quote
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