AOC Q3279VWF 31.5-Inch HDMI DVI Monitor (2560x1440) £189.98 @ Amazon
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AOC Q3279VWF 31.5-Inch HDMI DVI Monitor (2560x1440) £189.98 @ Amazon

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Found 3rd MayEdited by:"rev6"
Good price for a decent FreeSync monitor
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Range: 48-75Hz via DisplayPort and HDMI

Interface: DisplayPort™, HDMI®

LFC: No
I bought one a few months ago, for roughly the same price. No complaints. Great monitor at a great price.
just a shame it tops at 75hz otherwise i would have nabbed it - running an acer 28'' atm which runs at 75hz already
would this monitor still perfom well if only run at 1920 x 1280? or is the higher resoluton the real sweet spot for it?
afroylnt37 m ago

would this monitor still perfom well if only run at 1920 x 1280? or is the …would this monitor still perfom well if only run at 1920 x 1280? or is the higher resoluton the real sweet spot for it?


Id say no, once you start getting over 24" 1920x1080 just doesn't cut it
That's my personal opinion. I know someone with 27" monitors running 1920x1080 and he has no complaints
If only these had height adjust or a way to mount them to a vesa bracket.
Still voted hot.
Cattle3 h, 58 m ago

If only these had height adjust or a way to mount them to a vesa …If only these had height adjust or a way to mount them to a vesa bracket.Still voted hot.


There is a VESA bracket, but you have to pay for it:
amazon.co.uk/Ada…FF9
This would be good for PS4/ PS4 Pro?
What would be the negatives of this monitor in regards to console gaming?
Does anyone know if you can change the refresh rate outside Freesync? I'm assuming so, but thought it'd be worth checking.

Idea would be to use MPC's auto refresh rate sync tool, so 24fps movies/tv play at 72hz, 25fps stuff at 50, 30 at 60, etc. Bye bye judder.
arfster7 m ago

Does anyone know if you can change the refresh rate outside Freesync? I'm …Does anyone know if you can change the refresh rate outside Freesync? I'm assuming so, but thought it'd be worth checking.Idea would be to use MPC's auto refresh rate sync tool, so 24fps movies/tv play at 72hz, 25fps stuff at 50, 30 at 60, etc. Bye bye judder.


I don't see why not.
I got this many months ago at the same price, very good value for money and recommended.
It takes a little time to adjust to the size, but now i wouldnt get smaller.
but the negative is it does look dull next to my Acer 27" IPS
Ordered, thanks OP. Another hukd thing I don't really need :-)
arfster3rd May

Ordered, thanks OP. Another hukd thing I don't really need :-)



That's fine as long as there are people who make the things that they don't want to make.
Got mine, quite pleased.

Only real downside is the stand is crap, but reviews did warn of that - minimal adjustment possible, so make sure the height of the monitor is OK for your seating position. Ideally you want it so your head is roughly looking at the centre of the screen.

Price went up a bit at amazon, but you can get it from currys for £190, with 5% topcashback atm.
arfster3rd May

Does anyone know if you can change the refresh rate outside Freesync? I'm …Does anyone know if you can change the refresh rate outside Freesync? I'm assuming so, but thought it'd be worth checking.Idea would be to use MPC's auto refresh rate sync tool, so 24fps movies/tv play at 72hz, 25fps stuff at 50, 30 at 60, etc. Bye bye judder.




If anyone cares, this is possible, but needs a bit of fiddling. By default only 60hz and 75hz are exposed, but (at least on Nvidia) you can make custom resolutions in the control panel for 50hz and 72hz. Lovely and smooth.
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