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AOC unleashes their affordable Q3279VWF 31.5-inch 1440p FreeSync display

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AOC unleashes an affordable 31.5-inch 1440p FreeSync display

AOC unleashes an affordable 31.5-inch 1440p FreeSync display

AOC has officially announced their new Q3279VWF display, which will release next month with an MSRP of £249 and come with a large screen size of 31.5-inches and a resolution of 1440p. 
 
This display is targeted at the value-gaming market, with this display offering AMD FreeSync support with a dynamic refresh rate range of 48Hz-75Hz, offering users an attractive dynamic refresh rate window when compared to standard 60Hz displays. 
 
The Q3279VWF will use an MVA panel type and offer an 8-bit+FRC colour depth to offer an effective 10-bit colour depth. This display will also come with a response time of 5ms, which isn't super fast by high-end gaming standards though this is common for VA-type panels. The trade-off with VA is slightly slower response times but greater colour accuracy than TN, which make both display types viable options.  
 
Connectivity-wise the Q3279VWF comes with a VGA, DVI, HDMI (1.4) and DisplayPort inputs, with both HDMI and DisplayPort supporting AMD FreeSync.  

  

AOC unleashes an affordable 31.5-inch 1440p FreeSync display

 

This display is designed to deliver both a high resolution and display size to everyone, offering an attractively low price and AMD FreeSync support to deliver a compelling user experience. The downsides of this display are easy to spot though, lacking VESA mounts, shipping with a fairly slow response time and coming with a fairly narrow FreeSync range, though this displays pricing will make up for these downsides for some users.  

AOC has told us that this display is set to release in the UK in November with an MSRP of £249. 

You can join the discussion on AOC's Q3279VWF 31.5-inch 1400p FreeSync display on the OC3D Forums

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24-10-2017, 08:49:06

AlienALX
What a Billy Bargain. £250 for almost 32" of 1440p goodness, and 75hz to boot.

It's also really easy on the eye. I am glad they keep their monitors looking normal, and then make stupid pictures leap out of them.Quote

24-10-2017, 09:09:20

jimma47
at such a good price it's a shame it's not VESA mountable for triple goodness. But then bargain price so can't complain.Quote

24-10-2017, 09:12:58

Tolemac
If I didn't have my iiyama 27" 1440p I would have a serious look at one of these Quote

24-10-2017, 10:00:24

Korreborg
But 75Hz is too little in my world. 120/144 is the sweet spot.

A monitors life is normally longer than other hardware components.
I have a 1080 ti and a 1440p 165hz monitor, but i can only do 80-90 fps in PUBG, but what about a GTX 3080 ti (Or what the name will be), then a 75Hz monitor will be = Quote

24-10-2017, 10:16:29

Tolemac
Quote:
Originally Posted by Korreborg View Post
But 75Hz is too little in my world. 120/144 is the sweet spot.

A monitors life is normally longer than other hardware components.
I have a 1080 ti and a 1440p 165hz monitor, but i can only do 80-90 fps in PUBG, but what about a GTX 3080 ti (Or what the name will be), then a 75Hz monitor will be =
But then you is special Quote
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