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AOC Q3279VWF LED Quad HD 31.5" (2560x1440) Freesync 75Hz monitor (VGA, DVI, HDMI, DisplayPort) - Black - £149 Delivered @ Currys PC World
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AOC Q3279VWF LED Quad HD 31.5" (2560x1440) Freesync 75Hz monitor (VGA, DVI, HDMI, DisplayPort) - Black - £149 Delivered @ Currys PC World

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Posted 24th Nov 2019

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Solid price for this monitor - looks great

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The Q3279VWF has a QHD display, bringing your photos and videos to life with an impressive level of detail. You can immerse yourself in stunning visuals, with a wide-viewing angle to ensure that everybody can see the screen easily.

FreeSync technology


This AOC monitor is great for gaming thanks to FreeSync technology, which works to get rid of lag, screen tear and stuttering, even with incredibly fast screen action. This means you can play elaborate games smoothly or watch the latest blockbusters without interruption.

FreeSync technology eliminates screen tearing and stuttering

Remove the stress on your eyes of being in front of your computer with the AOC Q3279VWF Quad HD 31.5" LED Monitor. Built with flicker-free technology, the backlight panel reduces flashing effects so that your eyes are noticeably less strained and fatigued – meaning you can enjoy never-ending gaming sessions, working overtime, or binging on films.

The Q3279VWF has a QHD display, bringing your photos and videos to life with an impressive level of detail. You can immerse yourself in stunning visuals, with a wide-viewing angle to ensure that everybody can see the screen easily.

This AOC monitor is great for gaming thanks to FreeSync technology, which works to get rid of lag, screen tear and stuttering, even with incredibly fast screen action. This means you can play elaborate games smoothly or watch the latest blockbusters without interruption.

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1 x Monitor
HDMI Cable
DisplayPort Cable
Power Adapter
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38 Comments
MVA panel.
Is there a difference between this and the one posted today from Amazon?
qw3rtyhhng24/11/2019 21:28

Is there a difference between this and the one posted today from Amazon?



Different panels. This is VA, the other one is IPS.
fadsarmy24/11/2019 21:28

MVA panel.


MVA panels are decent. They usually offer large viewing angles and good color reproduction, though not as good as IPS panels of course
Edited by: "merb0786" 24th Nov 2019
qw3rtyhhng24/11/2019 21:28

Is there a difference between this and the one posted today from Amazon?



"The Q3279VWF has a 31.5in MVA panel with a matte coating, while the newer and Q3279VWFD8 has a matte-coated IPS panel, instead. They run natively at 2,560 x 1,440 with refresh rate of 75Hz and, thankfully, they don't suffer from any frame-skipping"
Edited by: "merb0786" 24th Nov 2019
Go for the IPS on Amazon for same price
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Edited by: "DuWolfy" 24th Nov 2019
A single HDMI puts me off this deal and I suspect it isn't VESA compatible like my current AOC spare monitor.
Need something similar but with a higher refresh rate
Bargain
Are these suitable to be used as a TV as opposed to say, getting a 32" full HD LED Panasonic?
Htohustle24/11/2019 23:52

Are these suitable to be used as a TV as opposed to say, getting a 32" …Are these suitable to be used as a TV as opposed to say, getting a 32" full HD LED Panasonic?


Only if you use a hdmi source, like sky etc
Htohustle24/11/2019 23:52

Are these suitable to be used as a TV as opposed to say, getting a 32" …Are these suitable to be used as a TV as opposed to say, getting a 32" full HD LED Panasonic?


No speakers, no freeview tuner.
merb078624/11/2019 21:30

MVA panels are decent. They usually offer large viewing angles and good …MVA panels are decent. They usually offer large viewing angles and good color reproduction, though not as good as IPS panels of course


MVA tends has higher contrast (= better blacks) than IPS, too.
I’ve got an Aoc monitor and I have to say I am not impressed. It is lightweight, feels thin and cheap and the motion blur is subtle but enough to bother both me and my husband.

I wouldn’t buy another cheap monitor again. Next time I’ll buy in the upper price range (on eBay second hand of course).
Decent monitor but suffers from motion blur when in dark areas in games. Other colours all seem fine
Need a Dell 27” monitor deal please 😄
carl_bolam125/11/2019 08:00

Decent monitor but suffers from motion blur when in dark areas in games. …Decent monitor but suffers from motion blur when in dark areas in games. Other colours all seem fine


As above 😬
carl_bolam125/11/2019 08:00

Decent monitor but suffers from motion blur when in dark areas in games. …Decent monitor but suffers from motion blur when in dark areas in games. Other colours all seem fine


I found you can eliminate some of the blur by turning overdrive up (to the middle setting, I can't remember what it's called but the maximum setting artifacts a lot).

Great monitor for the price, though. There are a few compromises but remember, this is QHD monitor for £150!
Salazaar25/11/2019 11:07

I found you can eliminate some of the blur by turning overdrive up (to the …I found you can eliminate some of the blur by turning overdrive up (to the middle setting, I can't remember what it's called but the maximum setting artifacts a lot).Great monitor for the price, though. There are a few compromises but remember, this is QHD monitor for £150!


Yea i did this when i first got it which helps in alot of games. But any dark areas its very noticeable.

Most games I play its not an issue. But in the new Jedi Fallen Order game iv noticed it alot
Would a monitor (like this one) or a 32 inch TV be better for using with a PS4?
Where to sell old monitor lol
AOC is garbage
bought this 2 years ago for £200. very decent monitor for the money. heat.
Always VA over IPS.
IPS black levels are usually trash.
MatsyLR25/11/2019 14:40

Always VA over IPS.IPS black levels are usually trash.


Pros, cons...
rev625/11/2019 15:41

Pros, cons...


Black levels take priority over correct colours etc for me being in a constantly pitch black room, the black levels are super important.
MatsyLR25/11/2019 15:43

Black levels take priority over correct colours etc for me being in a …Black levels take priority over correct colours etc for me being in a constantly pitch black room, the black levels are super important.


Thing is at this size, sat close, depending on panel, the colours will shift at the corners. That's one of the negatives. Other things are monitor specific like overshoot or just poor QC with vertical banding. I do hate IPS glow.
Edited by: "rev6" 25th Nov 2019
Got this for £160 earlier this year (open box), been enjoying it as a work monitor for editing videos etc. Haven't tried games, but I'm not super fussy about colours/blur for that anyway
Got this for £138 using my 8% work discount for Curry’s. Thanks OP.
Currently using a 768p TV so this should be a noticeable improvement.
fryitup25/11/2019 02:46

MVA tends has higher contrast (= better blacks) than IPS, too.



But they blur like crap IME. Never again will I purchase this type of panel.
I bought the IPS version in Amazon a couple weeks ago. Speaking as someone that owns it there is no motion blur and it runs perfectly fine on ultra settings on a Vega 56
Anyone used one of these or something near identical with an xbox one x? If so, any issues with picture quality (motion blur etc)
Tried mine as the box looked like it was kicked around but have put away for x-mas day (kids prezzy).
One dead pixel in corner but no motion blur that I could detect. No speakers so you will likely need a sound solution if running x-box. Note that I was using the display port connection (has a display port and HDMI lead in the box).
Thanks, I'll bite and give it a try. Hope they like it
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