AOC launches their 40-inch C4008VU8 curved 4K 10-bit display

AOC launches their 40-inch C4008VU8 curved 4K 10-bit display

AOC launches their 40-inch C4008VU8 curved 4K 10-bit display

AOC launches their 40-inch C4008VU8 curved 4K 10-bit display

 
AOC has now launched their new 40-inch C4008VU8 curved 4K 10-bit display, coming with an MVA panel and support for 85% of the NTSC colour gamut. 
 
Sadly this display does not come with support for variable refresh rate technologies like FreeSync or G-Sync, giving this display a refresh rate of 60Hz. Combine this with this display's 5ms response time and we have a display that is not well suited to gaming, though it's large size, high resolution and 10-bit colour support will make it a great option for professional use. 
 

  

AOC launches their 40-inch C4008VU8 curved 4K 10-bit display

 

Right now this display is available for purchase at Amazon US for $850 in limited quantities, making it one of the most affordable 4K 40-inch 10-bit PC displays available. 

 

AOC's C4008VFU8 will come with the following specifications:

  • Viewable Screen Size: 40-inch
  • Panel Type: VA
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9
  • Brightness: 300 cd/m²
  • Refresh Rate: 60Hz
  • Contrast Ratio (dcr): 20M:1
  • Response Time: 5ms
  • Max Resolution: [email protected]
  • Color Depth: 1.07B
  • View Angle (degrees) (H x V): Horizontal: 178 Degrees (CR>10) Vertical: 178 Degrees (CR>10)
  • Cabinet Color: White/Silver
  • Adjustability Tilt: -5°±1.5°~+13.5±1.5°
  • Inputs: VGA, HDMI 1.4 (MHL), HDMI 2.0 (MHL), 2 x Display Port 1.2, 4 x USB 3.0 (1 x Fast Charging)

 

AOC lists this display as having an MSRP of $899.   

 

You can join the discussion on AOC's 40-inch C4008VU8 curved 4K 10-bit PC display on the OC3D Forums

 

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Most Recent Comments

19-04-2017, 07:54:25

jimma47
AOC make some pretty good value displays. Are they still using LG panels?

Edit - this thing is gorgeous too. Really nice looking.Quote

19-04-2017, 15:31:54

NeverBackDown
WYP, since when is 5ms response time not good for gaming?

As for the display, surprised it is only 85% of the color NTSC gamut, considering 10bits.Quote

19-04-2017, 16:43:52

Chrazey
Quote:
Originally Posted by NeverBackDown View Post
WYP, since when is 5ms response time not good for gaming?

As for the display, surprised it is only 85% of the color NTSC gamut, considering 10bits.
Maybe he's just referring to more professional grade gaming, rather than casual gaming?...Quote

19-04-2017, 18:30:44

jimma47
Quote:
Originally Posted by Chrazey View Post
Maybe he's just referring to more professional grade gaming, rather than casual gaming?...
I remember seeing somewhere most CS pro's use really fast panels at really low resolutions. Like a 144hz Benq running at 1024*768 or some ridiculous low number.

I'd agree though gaming on this would be fine - to the extent that you can game on any 4k monitor at the right settings with the right card... but then WYP may just be saying it's not targeted at the gaming market.

Plenty of PC owners don't game.Quote

19-04-2017, 19:41:02

NeverBackDown
Quote:
Originally Posted by jimma47 View Post
I remember seeing somewhere most CS pro's use really fast panels at really low resolutions. Like a 144hz Benq running at 1024*768 or some ridiculous low number.

I'd agree though gaming on this would be fine - to the extent that you can game on any 4k monitor at the right settings with the right card... but then WYP may just be saying it's not targeted at the gaming market.

Plenty of PC owners don't game.
Lies! We all game! How dare you disgrace the PCMR!Quote
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