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AOC AGON AG322QC4 31.5" Curved VA LED QHD (2560x1440) HDR 400 Freesync 2 144Hz 4ms Gaming monitor £299.99 @ Amazon
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AOC AGON AG322QC4 31.5" Curved VA LED QHD (2560x1440) HDR 400 Freesync 2 144Hz 4ms Gaming monitor £299.99 @ Amazon

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AOC AGON AG322QC4 31.5" Curved VA LED QHD (2560x1440) HDR 400 Freesync 2 144Hz Gaming monitor with Built-in Speakers. (VGA, HDMI x 2, DisplayPort x 2, USB 3.0 x 2) - Black/Silver

Best price for spec I have seen so far!!
Only £20 more than the Acer model and it's got freesync 2 and an extra 4.5" of screen!

the extra features on this are pretty darn good

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AG322QC4Immersive gaming experience in HDR

Equipped with a curved 31.5" VA panel, the AG322QC4 displays a super-detailed QHD resolution (2560x1440 pixels) at a very high 144 Hz refresh rate. FreeSync2 and HDR400 support ensure a stutter-free and tear-free gaming experience at any framerate with even more lifelike images, a higher contrast ratio, deeper blacks and a wider colour gamut.



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144Hz Refresh RateFor the AGON line, doubling the industry standard refresh rate is just par for the course. Harness the graphical output of your PC with a monitor that can handle it: 144Hz translates high framerates into the level of smoothness and responsiveness appropriate for pro players and the most skilled.



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DisplayHDR 400The DisplayHDR400 specifies true 8-bit image quality, global dimming, peak luminance of 400 cd/m², lower black levels, higher contrast and higher colour gamut coverage. Experience mind-boggling vibrant and even more immersive gaming thanks to DisplayHDR400!


QHD ResolutionWith 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.


FreeSync 2AMD’s FreeSync 2 improves upon its predecessor FreeSync, keeping the support for variable refresh rate synced with the GPU’s framerate, but also including gaming-specific HDR (High Dynamic Range) support, which reduces the input lag versus conventional HDR monitors. Stricter requirements and enforcement of Low Frame Compensation (LFC) technology will ensure smooth, latency-, stutter- and tear-free gaming, now with a higher dynamic range.


Flicker FreeAOC Flicker-Free Technology utilises a DC (Direct Current) backlight panel, reducing flickering light levels. With eye strain and fatigue absolutely minimised, feel free to enjoy those long, intense gaming sessions in comfort!



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Features such as a retractable headset holder and a handle make the AG352UCG a perfect choice for esports enthusiasts, who can even customise the monitor’s look thanks to adjustable coloured LED lights (red, green, blue) on the AG352UCG’s back and lower bezel.
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51 Comments
Ms?
Love the pictures they used to show its features lol, 100% inaccurate
umarstar12318/12/2019 13:32

Ms?


Good shout, I had to look for it...

4ms response time

Whenever it's not 1ms they hide it

Will add to title
CatSocks18/12/2019 13:37

Good shout, I had to look for it... 4ms response timeWhenever it's not …Good shout, I had to look for it... 4ms response timeWhenever it's not 1ms they hide it Will add to title


Yeah they quite sneaky ha
Josh_millen18/12/2019 13:36

Love the pictures they used to show its features lol, 100% inaccurate


Lmao I just noticed the 32" vs 31.5"

Dont they realise the majority customer for this are male? Half an inch is super important!!
I have a monitor without Freesync and my picture does NOT look like that comparison image, lol!
Ultra_Magnus18/12/2019 14:48

I have a monitor without Freesync and my picture does NOT look like that …I have a monitor without Freesync and my picture does NOT look like that comparison image, lol!


It definitely 100% without a doubt is.

Your eyes must be the same shape as the comparison image, with all the odd-shaped blocks
I have one of these and the model before. Once it's set up it's fantastic. You'll need plenty of desk space for the stand though.

I removed it and used a desk mount
NeoTrix18/12/2019 15:48

I have one of these and the model before. Once it's set up it's fantastic. …I have one of these and the model before. Once it's set up it's fantastic. You'll need plenty of desk space for the stand though.I removed it and used a desk mount


I'm quite tempted even though I recently bought the 27" acer equivalent on here. This is a step up in spec for £20

But 27" feels huge to me and I think almost 32" would be way too much. Just imaging gaming and having to turn my head to see from one of the screen to the other...

edit - i'd also need to buy a new desk... it's already cramped with the 27" and a small 22" second monitor
Edited by: "CatSocks" 18th Dec 2019
Good price. Adjustable stand too which is a bonus around this price and spec
CatSocks18/12/2019 15:51

I'm quite tempted even though I recently bought the 27" acer equivalent … I'm quite tempted even though I recently bought the 27" acer equivalent on here. This is a step up in spec for £20But 27" feels huge to me and I think almost 32" would be way too much. Just imaging gaming and having to turn my head to see from one of the screen to the other...edit - i'd also need to buy a new desk... it's already cramped with the 27" and a small 22" second monitor


I guess it all depends on how close to it
you're sat. I tend to sit back and relax and pull the desk mount arm forward until I'm comfortable. Obviously a mount like that is an extra cost, but worth it if you're limited with space. The monitor lights are not the ones you see here. That's a lit that I added

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NeoTrix18/12/2019 15:48

I have one of these and the model before. Once it's set up it's fantastic. …I have one of these and the model before. Once it's set up it's fantastic. You'll need plenty of desk space for the stand though.I removed it and used a desk mount


What's the txt like is it blurry or sharp been told to go 27" if using 1440p
NeoTrix18/12/2019 16:31

I guess it all depends on how close to it you're sat. I tend to sit back …I guess it all depends on how close to it you're sat. I tend to sit back and relax and pull the desk mount arm forward until I'm comfortable. Obviously a mount like that is an extra cost, but worth it if you're limited with space. The monitor lights are not the ones you see here. That's a lit that I added [Image]


Nice setup!!
Monitor arms are gonna be my next step.. My old 22" won't mount but the acer will.
Stop tempting me, my wallet is gonna burst into flames
deeman18018/12/2019 16:32

What's the txt like is it blurry or sharp been told to go 27" if using … What's the txt like is it blurry or sharp been told to go 27" if using 1440p


2560x1440 @ 27" = 108.79ppi
2560x1440 @ 31.5" = 93.24ppi

So it's about 15 pixels less per every inch

Or, 3139.71 pixels within a 1" square

It's likely a noticeable drop in perceived image quality

However I don't think it would be so significant as to make an unbearable difference unless you're a pro esports player where those pixels are the difference between a headshot and a miss...

However if that's you, then this monitor isn't for you anyway as its a VA panel with 4ms response time; you probably want a TN with 1ms

(i myself have an IPS with 1ms)

EDIT - also, for the overall specs of this monitor and the nice extras like brand new Freesync 2, the little headset arm that folds out, the gamer styling with LEDs on the back, HDR, good reviews of colour depth and accuracy... I dunno why you wouldn't buy this if you're in the market and not the aforementioned esports Pro.
Edited by: "CatSocks" 18th Dec 2019
CatSocks18/12/2019 16:34

Nice setup!!Monitor arms are gonna be my next step.. My old 22" won't …Nice setup!!Monitor arms are gonna be my next step.. My old 22" won't mount but the acer will.Stop tempting me, my wallet is gonna burst into flames



Just a heads up the monitor is quite heavy so some cheaper arms won't keep it upright/straight.

The original stand is really well built but does take up a lot of space unfortunately
OmegaSaad18/12/2019 16:44

Just a heads up the monitor is quite heavy so some cheaper arms won't keep …Just a heads up the monitor is quite heavy so some cheaper arms won't keep it upright/straight. The original stand is really well built but does take up a lot of space unfortunately


Fair shout man.

If I got monitor arms I'd buy the slightly posher ones for the better gas compression to prevent them slowly dropping (had that happen on a friend's setup before, infuriating haha) and also the possibility of a bit more flexibility in positioning and tilt angles etc
Sqsq18/12/2019 16:58

Curved screens are still a thing? Why would I want to visually distort the …Curved screens are still a thing? Why would I want to visually distort the image even more.


I like that link, some actual factual testing done.

Never used a curved screen so no idea what it's like or what's better
Sqsq18/12/2019 16:58

Curved screens are still a thing? Why would I want to visually distort the …Curved screens are still a thing? Why would I want to visually distort the image even more.


Without reading through what you posted, the marketing behind it is reduced refocusing on parts of the display. I think it works for say a super ultrawide so it wraps around you in a way. I do prefer flat.
deeman18018/12/2019 16:32

What's the txt like is it blurry or sharp been told to go 27" if using … What's the txt like is it blurry or sharp been told to go 27" if using 1440p


I would echo @CatSocks comment here. The text is sharp. The only time you'll find that it isn't, is when a "gaming" preset is on and you're just using the PC as normal.

The presets brighten up / highlight certain areas and are actually pretty good. Those settings dont affect in game text. That's also nice and sharp.

No issues whatsoever for me.

Buy the size you want, I doubt you'll be disappointed. If you are I am sure Amazon will sort you out quickly. They're normally great.
Edited by: "NeoTrix" 18th Dec 2019
I bought this and the LG 32GK650F. Gonna do a side by side comparison and see which one I will return after a couple of weeks. What's the common opinion when comparing the two?
marco.wongmonkeys18/12/2019 17:08

I bought this and the LG 32GK650F. Gonna do a side by side comparison and …I bought this and the LG 32GK650F. Gonna do a side by side comparison and see which one I will return after a couple of weeks. What's the common opinion when comparing the two?


No idea but I'm looking forward to your review of whether or not the LG is worth +£163 for what looks like exactly the same spec on a quick search
CatSocks18/12/2019 17:15

No idea but I'm looking forward to your review of whether or not the LG is …No idea but I'm looking forward to your review of whether or not the LG is worth +£163 for what looks like exactly the same spec on a quick search


I bought the LG one for around the same price under £300 during BF.

This AOC one was actually my number 1 choice because of freesync 2 and curved, but I couldn't passed on the massive discount on the LG one at BF. I will update on here once I've spend a bit of time with them side by side.
marco.wongmonkeys18/12/2019 17:20

I bought the LG one for around the same price under £300 during BF. This …I bought the LG one for around the same price under £300 during BF. This AOC one was actually my number 1 choice because of freesync 2 and curved, but I couldn't passed on the massive discount on the LG one at BF. I will update on here once I've spend a bit of time with them side by side.


Ahhh okay fair.

Yeah it'd be cool to see the difference from a first hand experience
It's good monitor but it's at it's EOL.
AOC is releasing a completely new line of monitors with 1ms G2G 144Hz monitors next month or two. It's already listed on amazon so it's making this one automaticaly obsolete.
Even ebay purchase history doesn't look that promissing.

another thing is the monitor looses Freesync G-sync compatibility (even when turned on in settings)if the monitor overdrive is turned on which is a bummer.
The VA panel on AOC isn't the highest quality either.
I'm finding ASUS VA panels far superior to most of the competiotion.
That's why I'm currently sporting 2x XG32VQR

I've purchased 5 monitors during the Amazon Warehouse Sale and when put side by side with Acer and AOC, ASUS was a clear winner hands down.
Edited by: "Tired.Ben.Affleck" 18th Dec 2019
CatSocks18/12/2019 16:42

2560x1440 @ 27" = 108.79ppi2560x1440 @ 31.5" = 93.24ppiSo it's about 15 …2560x1440 @ 27" = 108.79ppi2560x1440 @ 31.5" = 93.24ppiSo it's about 15 pixels less per every inchOr, 3139.71 pixels within a 1" squareIt's likely a noticeable drop in perceived image qualityHowever I don't think it would be so significant as to make an unbearable difference unless you're a pro esports player where those pixels are the difference between a headshot and a miss...However if that's you, then this monitor isn't for you anyway as its a VA panel with 4ms response time; you probably want a TN with 1ms(i myself have an IPS with 1ms)EDIT - also, for the overall specs of this monitor and the nice extras like brand new Freesync 2, the little headset arm that folds out, the gamer styling with LEDs on the back, HDR, good reviews of colour depth and accuracy... I dunno why you wouldn't buy this if you're in the market and not the aforementioned esports Pro.


Ok thanks for the info just a casual game player who likes his sharp graphics lol may go for this anything else you would recommend i have upto £400 to spend 27" to 32"
deeman18018/12/2019 18:23

Ok thanks for the info just a casual game player who likes his sharp …Ok thanks for the info just a casual game player who likes his sharp graphics lol may go for this anything else you would recommend i have upto £400 to spend 27" to 32"


What are you upgrading from?
CatSocks18/12/2019 18:27

What are you upgrading from?


A old Aoc 2769m 1080p ips i have a 5700xt card
NeoTrix18/12/2019 17:06

I would echo @CatSocks comment here. The text is sharp. The only time …I would echo @CatSocks comment here. The text is sharp. The only time you'll find that it isn't, is when a "gaming" preset is on and you're just using the PC as normal. The presets brighten up / highlight certain areas and are actually pretty good. Those settings dont affect in game text. That's also nice and sharp.No issues whatsoever for me. Buy the size you want, I doubt you'll be disappointed. If you are I am sure Amazon will sort you out quickly. They're normally great.


thx
deeman18018/12/2019 18:49

A old Aoc 2769m 1080p ips i have a 5700xt card


Going from 1080p 27" to 1440p 32" you will still notice a graphics quality increase as you're going from a pixel density of 81ppi to 93ppi

Not as big of a difference as if you went to 1440p 27"

But check the other features this monitor has, and tbh for £300 I haven't seen a better one so far.

You can always buy it off amazon and then return if you find something better down the line!

But if it was me I think this would be a decent upgrade,but I don't know what your old refresh rate was, other features etc
CatSocks18/12/2019 19:31

Going from 1080p 27" to 1440p 32" you will still notice a graphics quality …Going from 1080p 27" to 1440p 32" you will still notice a graphics quality increase as you're going from a pixel density of 81ppi to 93ppiNot as big of a difference as if you went to 1440p 27"But check the other features this monitor has, and tbh for £300 I haven't seen a better one so far.You can always buy it off amazon and then return if you find something better down the line!But if it was me I think this would be a decent upgrade,but I don't know what your old refresh rate was, other features etc


cheers for the help I've bit the bullet and bought it
deeman18018/12/2019 19:34

cheers for the help I've bit the bullet and bought it


Nice!! No worries. Don't forget to check if you need a DisplayPort cable, they often don't come with one but you can get one for like £6 on amazon
I want a flat IPS 1440p 144Hz.
I also want it cheaper... too expensive to upgrade both the graphic card and monitor, makes it more worthwhile buying a next gen console and a 50inch 4k TV for the same price give or take.
navisoul0218/12/2019 19:42

I want a flat IPS 1440p 144Hz.I also want it cheaper... too expensive to …I want a flat IPS 1440p 144Hz.I also want it cheaper... too expensive to upgrade both the graphic card and monitor, makes it more worthwhile buying a next gen console and a 50inch 4k TV for the same price give or take.


Yeah, deals on monitors are scarce atm. Like real deals. This is the best price for spec I've seen recently, the last good one was the acer 27" IPS 1440p that I bought after finding it on here and was £272ish after an ebay code.

Have not seen anywhere near that price for the spec since...
CatSocks18/12/2019 19:37

Nice!! No worries. Don't forget to check if you need a DisplayPort cable, …Nice!! No worries. Don't forget to check if you need a DisplayPort cable, they often don't come with one but you can get one for like £6 on amazon


This seems to come with one.
frish18/12/2019 19:54

This seems to come with one.


Bought one the other day, both hdmi and dp cables are included, it is a fantastic monitor
CatSocks18/12/2019 17:26

Ahhh okay fair.Yeah it'd be cool to see the difference from a first hand …Ahhh okay fair.Yeah it'd be cool to see the difference from a first hand experience


Just installed mine... And it's been pretty disappointing. The black light bleed is horrible, and the lack of uniformity in both grey and white is very noticeable. The central and bottom right 1/4 appear much redder than left half of the screen, which seems green to my eye. Especially obvious when I spit screen to work, the left spread sheet will be in a different shade compare to my right spread sheet. It doesn't get pick up by my camera well but it is very obvious with my naked eye. I havnt even game on it but it is defo going back.

Also on top left there is a small foreign material between the pixel and the glass which can't be rid off.


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I see the different colours in your photo.

It sounds like you got a pretty duff panel.. Which as I hear it can happen often enough that people notice.
My IPS screen is a bit yellowy all over so had to make colour adjustments.
Based on comments and reviews I don't think there's such thing as a perfect panel. You could probably fix the discolouring by playing with settings because everyone's taste (sight?) in colours is slightly different
But that dust particle is weird af
Based on that I wouldn't be surprised if your panel got knocked about a bit or something is off with it man. Bad luck.
marco.wongmonkeys18/12/2019 23:23

Just installed mine... And it's been pretty disappointing. The black light …Just installed mine... And it's been pretty disappointing. The black light bleed is horrible, and the lack of uniformity in both grey and white is very noticeable. The central and bottom right 1/4 appear much redder than left half of the screen, which seems green to my eye. Especially obvious when I spit screen to work, the left spread sheet will be in a different shade compare to my right spread sheet. It doesn't get pick up by my camera well but it is very obvious with my naked eye. I havnt even game on it but it is defo going back. Also on top left there is a small foreign material between the pixel and the glass which can't be rid off. [Image] [Image] [Image] [Image]


I had this too. Same light bleed. The LG you mentioned has none.
Edited by: "rev6" 18th Dec 2019
rev618/12/2019 23:43

I had this too. Same light bleed. The LG you mentioned has none.


The light bleed is slightly exaggerated by my camera but on the same setting on the same brightness and same camera you can totally see the different is night and day.
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My LG isn't prefect but at least it is more uniform and gradual.
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