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AOC releases three new G1 series 144Hz FreeSync Gaming Monitors

High refresh rates, affordable pricing and VA panels

AOC releases three new 144Hz FreeSync Monitors

AOC releases three new G1 series 144Hz FreeSync Gaming Monitors

AMD's FreeSync technology has become increasingly common in recent months, becoming commonplace amongst low-end PC displays while also making headway into the consumer television market.   

AOC has launched three new FreeSync entries into their gaming display lineup, all of which offer a maximum refresh rate of 144Hz and a resolution of 1080p, delivering affordable pricing and high-quality VA-type panels.

These new monitors make up AOC's new G1 series of gaming monitors, with the C24G1 offering a display size of 23.6 inches, a C27G1 with a display size of 27 inches and a larger C32F1 which offers a 32-inch screen size. All of these monitors will ship with curved screens, with the C24G1 coming with a 1500R radius curvature while the C27G1 and the C32G1 offer a larger 1800R curvature.   

All three of these displays will ship with HDMI 1.4, DisplayPort 1.2 and VGA inputs, with only the monitor's HDMI and DisplayPort inputs offering FreeSync compatibility. All of these monitors use a WLED backlight and deliver a 1ms response time, though this is configurable to 4ms if users want the screen to provide reduced levels of motion blur.    

Both the 24 and 27-inch models will offer height and tilt options on the display's VESA-compliant stand, with the larger 32-inch model only offering tilt options.  

AOC releases three new 144Hz FreeSync Monitors

  

AOC's C24G1 and C27G1 monitors will release in July with MSRP pricing of £179 and £219 respectively, with the larger 32-inch variant, the C32G1, releasing in August for a £259 price tag. All of these monitors will release with support for AMD FreeSYnc with Low Framerate compensation technology. 

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13-06-2018, 14:10:14

Surpuppa
I dislike the red strip but other than that it looks to be a very nice screenQuote

13-06-2018, 14:54:34

Bartacus
I have little experience with AOC, but I just picked up a pair of their Agon ag352ucg monitors, and aside from bad backlight bleed that you only notice when booting, they're very nice screens.Quote

13-06-2018, 15:04:35

Dawelio
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Originally Posted by Surpuppa View Post
I dislike the red strip but other than that it looks to be a very nice screen
I agree, don’t understand why companies still do this... it ruins the monitor when doing red touches. Go RGB instead and let the user decide.

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Originally Posted by Bartacus View Post
and aside from bad backlight bleed that you only notice when booting.
Have you tried with a dark/black background?... Cause that often shows it as well, like a dark game or dark scene in a movie.Quote

13-06-2018, 15:31:43

Bartacus
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Originally Posted by Dawelio View Post
Have you tried with a dark/black background?... Cause that often shows it as well, like a dark game or dark scene in a movie.
The darkest thing I've seen on it so far was Elite Dangerous (because space is black). I don't notice the bleeding then. I have watched some movies, and you can see it a little on the black bars, but you have to look for it. Not bad at all IMO, for 100hz G-stink panels and decent colors.Quote

13-06-2018, 16:32:30

NeverBackDown
Doubtful it'll be 30-144. But at 1080p it should be fine for the average personQuote
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