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Posted 17 December 2022

AOC AGON - 49 inch QHD Curved Monitor, 120Hz, 1ms GTG, VA HDR400, FreeSync Premium, USB-C, Speakers - £699 @ Amazon

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  • With a size of 49”, ultra-wide displays provide double more screen space compared to regular monitors
  • Curved design wraps around you putting you at the center of the action and provides an immersive gaming experience
  • A pixel response time of 1ms means speed without the smear for an enhanced experience
  • With a 120Hz refresh rate every frame is rendered sharply and in smooth succession
  • The USB-C connection provides DisplayPort Alternate Mode for transferring high-resolution video signals from a notebook to the monitor while simultaneously charging the notebook’s battery from the monitor with USB power delivery
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    Reviews would suggest picture by picture mode is pretty bad and on something this size should be considered before spending this much money. If you aren’t going to use PBP looks like a lot of monitor for for your money
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    Sorry but cold. The LG C2 42OLED is the same price
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    That's a tv ....
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    Meh.
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    It's alot of money for not being OLED. I would recommend not buying netflix and avocado's and buying the PG42UQ. As far as I'm concerned it's the way forward.
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    Not everyone wants an OLED and it’s not a lot of money for the panel size and type. Don’t know how the ROG is comparable when it’s not an ultrawide either.
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    It's a Samsung Panel I belive
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    Would a 4090 or 7900xtx be able to push this?

    I was also thinking 240hz samsung one.
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    You're asking whether the fastest GPUs on the market will push this. If not them, then what?
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