AOC reveals their 200Hz 3440x1440 G-Sync HDR AG353UCG Gaming Monitor

A FreeSync 2 HDR version is reportedly in the works.

AOC reveals their 200Hz 3400x1440 G-Sync HDR AG353UCG Gaming Monitor

AOC reveals their 200Hz 3440x1440 G-Sync HDR AG353UCG Gaming Monitor

AOC has officially unveiled a new flagship level gaming display for their G-Sync lineup, offering support for a resolution of 3440x1440 and refresh rates of up to 200Hz. Meet the AOC AGON AG353UCG, a 34-inch Ultrawide monitor with G-Sync HDR.

On top of this display's high resolution and refresh rate, the AGON AG353UCG support VESA's DisplayHDR 1000 specification and uses a high-quality VA panel. Furthermore, the monitor is also said to cover 100% of the DCI-P3 colour space, which is no small feat for a modern gaming monitor. 

While a FreeSyn 2 HDR version of this monitor is reportedly in the works, the AGON AG353UCG is a full-on Nvidia G-Sync panel with an integrated G-Sync module, boasting a 512-zone Full Array Local Dimming (FALD) backlight. 

200Hz sounds very impressive for a 3440x1440 monitor, but this refresh rate comes at the cost of lower colour accuracy, either lowering the display from 10-bit colour to 8-bit colour of by using chroma sub-sampling. With 10-bit colour and 4:4:4 chroma, the AGON AG353UCG can operate at a maximum of 144Hz using DisplayPort 1.4. HDMI 2.0 is also supported at lower refresh rates. 

AOC reveals their 200Hz 3400x1440 G-Sync HDR AG353UCG Gaming Monitor


Right now, AOC's 35-inch AG353UCG 3440x1440 200Hz G-Sync HDR monitor is available to pre-order at Overclockers UK for £1,999. The monitor is currently set to release in June 2019 in limited quantities.

You can join the discussion on AOC's 35-inch 200Hz AGON AG353UCG 3440x1440 G-Sync HDR monitor on the OC3D Forums.

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Most Recent Comments

11-04-2019, 14:21:59

Wow that's impressive. I'd probably just run in 10bit 144hz mode personally. I wouldn't hit 200fps in any game I play at that resolution and color accuracy is important to me.Quote

11-04-2019, 14:39:06

the price will be about 1300$ so just for enthusiastsQuote

11-04-2019, 16:54:50

Id buy this.Quote

12-04-2019, 07:13:57

Nice ! I'll be getting the Asus ROG Freesync version for sure when it inevitably releases Quote

15-04-2019, 06:18:22

I would get this. An upgrade from my Dell 34*UW @80hz. 144hz is enough and will strugle to run on a 1080ti.

When I bought my UW it was the best buy in years.... can never go back now. Note that I do have a 2k/144hz monitor as a secondary for fast FPS games.Quote

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