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AOC U2879VF - 28" 4k monitor - £215.17 @ Amazon (Prime)
AOC U2879VF - 28" 4k monitor - £215.17 @ Amazon (Prime)

AOC U2879VF - 28" 4k monitor - £215.17 @ Amazon (Prime)

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28 inch
4K UHD
3840 x 2160 LED Monitor
Display Port
HDMI, DVI, VGA
Adaptive Sync
Vesa U2879VF

I decided I don't want 4k on such a "small" monitor, but for those who do, this is a great price.

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'ave some 'eat!
Edited by: "malachi" 28th Jan

HDMI 1.4 or 2.0?7

just checked the Q&A and someone states its 2.0 and comes with 2.0 HDMI cable
Edited by: "hasj2" 28th Jan

Bargain!! Have some heat.

hmm its apparently a TN panel, which is a let down.

Just bought one refurbished for five pounds more on Ebay, looked brand new. Upscaling on Xbox One S looks excellent.

thanks for the post but i will pass

youtube.com/watch?v=g2mWSBBlH-8

http://www.tomshardware.co.uk/aoc-u2879vf-28-inch-4k-uhd-freesync-monitor,review-33558-8.html


heat for the price it was £264.83 so toms***** had it on amazon for hmm


scoot
Edited by: "scooter" 28th Jan

Hot for the price, but no VESA mount and not IPS.
Edited by: "SUMMONER" 28th Jan

hasj2

hmm its apparently a TN panel, which is a let down.



For you.

Decent for gaming though, IPS panels are slow as.

It has speakers, That is important. You should add it.

scooter

thanks for the post but i will pass … thanks for the post but i will pass https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g2mWSBBlH-8http://www.tomshardware.co.uk/aoc-u2879vf-28-inch-4k-uhd-freesync-monitor,review-33558-8.htmlheat for the price it was £264.83 so toms***** had it on amazon for hmm scoot



I don't agree with this guy. read the comments too.

50ms!!!!!

QuickProfits

I don't agree with this guy. read the comments too.




with me or the lad on the video ?

for me at its just not up to scratch sorry to say

scoot

scooter

with me or the lad on the video ? for me at its just not up to scratch … with me or the lad on the video ? for me at its just not up to scratch sorry to say scoot



I meant the guy in the video, then I noticed the monitor in his video isn't even the monitor in this deal

QuickProfits

I meant the guy in the video, then I noticed the monitor in his video … I meant the guy in the video, then I noticed the monitor in his video isn't even the monitor in this deal




k np just there was a load of videos saying a lot of crap the price is great but for me with 4k with games its just not the one for me

sorry if the video was not the one for this item

but if any one gets this i hope you like the monitor and it goes well for you all

scoot

T2000Bill

50ms!!!!!



Different monitor.

Deal price is over now, ummed and arred about it but Mrs would of killed me :'(

wow can't believe i missed this. freesync?

yes freesync! wow.... not sure what frequency range but less tearing

jameshothothot

yes freesync! wow.... not sure what frequency range but less tearing


40-60hz...

tomshardware.co.uk/aoc…tml

jameshothothot

wow can't believe i missed this. freesync?



Nope, "Adaptive Sync".

Adaptive sync is FreeSync without the AMD oversight. It should work the same. 40Hz to 60Hz range isn't great though.

Had mine arrive today. Simple plug and play, instantly booted to 3840x2160 over HDMI without having to set anything in Windows. Very impressed with the monitor, especially at the discounted price Amazon were selling them at!

One thing I have noticed is Nvidia control panel detects it as a AOC U2879G6 instead of AOC U2879VF. Presumably just some setting specific to the hardware and the consumer name has the 'VF' instead of G6?

http://i.imgur.com/RGZge9l.jpg
(4K screenshot)

As for the question about AMD FreeSync - the box and feature sticker (piece of paper held on by the clear plastic protective wrap, which covered every single piece of shiny plastic, front, back, sides, top, bottom...) on the screen bezel has the AMD logo, so would suggest it's the proper AMD FreeSync tech being used and not "Adaptive sync is FreeSync without the AMD oversight", the website also says 'FreeSync TM' as opposed to Adaptice sync. Not owned an AMD GPU for years though so can't say how good that feature is or any way to test it to see if it's proper AMD or not.

That was a bargain! Excellent screen for the money. I was between one of these, the samsung u28e590d, or the LG 27UD68P. I went with the more expensive LG (£400) in the end.

If I'd have seen this earlier I'd of had a go at it, especially at the price. From what I've read this is a pretty good TN panel. If you have to have an IPS panel, and don't mind the 5ms response time then the LG seems to be the best in around the £400 mark, well I think so. Depends what your using them for of course
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