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AOC AG271QG 27”QHD, 165HZ IPS GSYNC Gaming Monitor £348.99 at Game
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AOC AG271QG 27”QHD, 165HZ IPS GSYNC Gaming Monitor £348.99 at Game

£348.99£509.9932%GAME Deals
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Posted 27th Feb

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Seems a decent price. Cheapest elsewhere seems to be £509 at box
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165Hz Refresh Rate
A 165Hz refresh rate, well over twice the industry standard of 60Hz, makes games run smooth as silk. Realize the potential in your graphics card. Forget screen tearing and forget motion blur. Feel your reflexes become one with the action. Never look back.

G Sync
NVIDIA®G-SYNC™ display technology delivers the smoothest and most breathtaking gaming experience on offer. G-SYNC™ synchronizes the monitor’s refresh rate to the GPU in your NVIDIApowered PC, eliminating screen tearing and minimizing display stutter and input lag. Scenes appear instantly, while objects look sharper and more vibrant.

QHD Resolution
With 2560 x 1440 resolution, Quad HD (QHD) offers superior picture quality and sharp imagery that reveals the finest details. The widescreen 16:9 aspect ratio provides plenty of space to spread out and work, plus allows you to enjoy games or movies in their original size.

IPS Panel
Don’t let a lacklustre monitor water down your game: see the image as the developers intended. With rich color production and wide viewing angles, the IPS display panel ensures that you are fully absorbed into the artist’s vision.

Lowblue Light
AOC Lowblue Light protects you from harmful blue light which, during long sessions, has been shown to cause eye strain, headaches, and sleeping disorders. Our Lowbue Light feature reduces the harmful wavelengths emitted without sacrificing color composition, setting the experience free from the worry of eye damage.

Screen Details
Color Black Red
Resolution 2560x1440 PX
Refresh rate 165Hz
Response time 4
Panel IPS
Backlight WLED
flickerfree ✔
Aspect ratio 16:9
Brightness (typical) 350
Contrast (static) 1000:1
Pixel Pitch (H) (V) 0.2331
Diagonal (inch) 27
Active Screen Area (HxW) 596.74 x 335.66 mm
Viewing angle (CR10) 178/178 º
Display Colours 16.7 Million
Scanning Frequency H=30~165KHz (DP)/ 30~83KHz (other), V=30~165Hz (DP)/ 50~76Hz (other)OSD languages EN, FR , ES, PT, DE, IT, NL, SE, FI, PL ,CZ, RU, KR, CN (T), CN (S), JPG-Sync ✔
Low blue light ✔

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is it fair to say that gsync monitor prices are going down?
Glad to see the G-Sync tax is finally starting to subside to a reasonable level with G-Sync compatible offering mostly the same performance. Seems like a perfect monitor for those who don't want to wait for HDR to do the same thing and don't play fps games that would benefit from the faster response times.
TheJammy27/02/2020 13:08

Glad to see the G-Sync tax is finally starting to subside to a reasonable …Glad to see the G-Sync tax is finally starting to subside to a reasonable level with G-Sync compatible offering mostly the same performance. Seems like a perfect monitor for those who don't want to wait for HDR to do the same thing and don't play fps games that would benefit from the faster response times.


So far there doesn't seem to be any credible HDR monitors for anywhere below £2000. They are mostly edge lit and only do HDR400.
botted27/02/2020 13:01

is it fair to say that gsync monitor prices are going down?


I don't think so, this just seems to be clearance and is massively less than other places.
Horrorwood27/02/2020 13:29

So far there doesn't seem to be any credible HDR monitors for anywhere …So far there doesn't seem to be any credible HDR monitors for anywhere below £2000. They are mostly edge lit and only do HDR400.


LG have a 4k 600 nit monitor coming out in September for about £750 but the G-Sync Ultimate monitors with the 1000-nit brightness are all £1800 plus but it is probably overkill for all but the most extreme PC gamers. Depends what you consider true HDR.
TheJammy27/02/2020 13:43

LG have a 4k 600 nit monitor coming out in September for about £750 but …LG have a 4k 600 nit monitor coming out in September for about £750 but the G-Sync Ultimate monitors with the 1000-nit brightness are all £1800 plus but it is probably overkill for all but the most extreme PC gamers. Depends what you consider true HDR.


Hmmm tough call. I had a LG B6 OLED that did HDR, but then I went to a Samsung Q80R which gets much bright and I massively prefer that.
Horrorwood27/02/2020 13:50

Hmmm tough call. I had a LG B6 OLED that did HDR, but then I went to a …Hmmm tough call. I had a LG B6 OLED that did HDR, but then I went to a Samsung Q80R which gets much bright and I massively prefer that.


Fair enough seems like you got a tv rather than a monitor so you will have slightly more input lag(fine for console gaming) and samsung opt for VA panels which I am personally not a fan of in the long run.
hdmi 1.4???....meh
Not bad but love my LG 27GL850 wouldn't change anything about it
Horrorwood27/02/2020 13:50

Hmmm tough call. I had a LG B6 OLED that did HDR, but then I went to a …Hmmm tough call. I had a LG B6 OLED that did HDR, but then I went to a Samsung Q80R which gets much bright and I massively prefer that.


I recently got a new update for my LG E6 OLED 5.30.80 which has made the HDR look much brighter. I think it was for the B6 too.
OOS, I always miss the good deals
Mutha27/02/2020 15:51

I recently got a new update for my LG E6 OLED 5.30.80 which has made the …I recently got a new update for my LG E6 OLED 5.30.80 which has made the HDR look much brighter. I think it was for the B6 too.


Too late for mine, the panel was failing (not burn in) and LG refused to replace it.
TheJammy27/02/2020 14:21

Fair enough seems like you got a tv rather than a monitor so you will have …Fair enough seems like you got a tv rather than a monitor so you will have slightly more input lag(fine for console gaming) and samsung opt for VA panels which I am personally not a fan of in the long run.


Fine for pc gaming too. I am getting old and I don't have cat like reflexes.
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