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'Opened-Never Used' AOC Q3279VWF Quad HD 31.5" VA Freesync 75Hz LED Monitor at Currys-clearance/ebay with code
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'Opened-Never Used' AOC Q3279VWF Quad HD 31.5" VA Freesync 75Hz LED Monitor at Currys-clearance/ebay with code

£145.77£16512%eBay Deals
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Posted 4th Mar

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Decent monitor at a reasonable price, comes with 12 months Currys/PC World Outlet warranty.

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Specification
  • Screen technology: LED
  • Screen size: 31.5"
  • Resolution: Quad HD 2560 x 1440p
  • Motion rate: 75 Hz
  • Viewing angle: 178° / 178°
  • Frequency range: Horizontal: 30 - 120 kHz; Vertical: 48 - 75 Hz
  • Brightness: 250 cd/m²
  • Response time: 5 ms
  • Native contrast ratio: 3000:1
  • Dynamic contrast ratio: 20,000,000:1
  • Connections: HDMI x 1; VGA x 1; DisplayPort x 1
  • Audio output: 3.5 mm jack
  • Speakers: No
  • Colour: Black
  • Dimensions: 468 x 659 x 153 mm (H x W x D)
  • Weight: 4 kg
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That's a good price for such a large monitor, especially one with higher refresh than 60Hz and Quad HD - most of these are just 1080p which seems pointless (to me anyway). Had I not just bought an ultrawide I'd have got this!
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My opinion on a 1440p screen at this size and also on 75Hz is that anything over 27” for 1440p is too big, with things just looking blurry. Same as using 1080p over 24” on a monitor. The sharpness is terrible. Had a Samsung 1440p at 32” and returned it. With 75Hz, I’ve currently got a 3840x1600 screen with 75Hz and cannot tell the difference between it and 60hz, in gaming or general usage. This is all just from my experience, but I’ve owned a lot of monitors over the years.


This is all pretty much irrelevant though as this is a brilliant price. Just thought I’d share and maybe even get some info on what the point is to 75Hz if someone knows.
england198204/03/2020 20:19

My opinion on a 1440p screen at this size and also on 75Hz is that …My opinion on a 1440p screen at this size and also on 75Hz is that anything over 27” for 1440p is too big, with things just looking blurry. Same as using 1080p over 24” on a monitor. The sharpness is terrible. Had a Samsung 1440p at 32” and returned it. With 75Hz, I’ve currently got a 3840x1600 screen with 75Hz and cannot tell the difference between it and 60hz, in gaming or general usage. This is all just from my experience, but I’ve owned a lot of monitors over the years.This is all pretty much irrelevant though as this is a brilliant price. Just thought I’d share and maybe even get some info on what the point is to 75Hz if someone knows.


I didn't know 75Hz was a thing until now

I don't know any games that support it
robodan91804/03/2020 20:23

I didn't know 75Hz was a thing until nowI don't know any games that …I didn't know 75Hz was a thing until nowI don't know any games that support it


Most PC games allow you to lock the frame rate to whatever your monitors refresh rate is provided your graphics card supports. Or they can even have unlocked frame rate so it will run as high as it can, but you'd only see a max frame rate of whatever your monitors refresh is. If that makes sense? Console games are "locked" to either 60 or 30 but that can vary depending on the games performance.

If you want in Nvidia settings you can set a custom refresh rate for your monitor, this is a common way of over locking displays to go at faster than advertised speeds.
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