AOC's new AGON 35" 200Hz AG352QCX display is now available for purchase

AOC's new AGON 35

AOC's new AGON 35

AOC's new AGON 35" 200Hz AG352QCX display is now available for purchase

 
The AOC Agon AG352QCX offers what might just be the perfect balance of resolution and refresh rate, at least for ultra-competitive PC gamers, coming with a refresh rate of up to 200Hz and a ultra-wide resolution of 2560x1080. 
 
While this display is not the highest resolution ultra-wide available, it is easily the highest refresh rate 21:9 display on the market, which is perfect for gamers who want to play with the lowest response times. 
 

This display will come with a large screen size of 35 inches and full support for AMD FreeSync with a variable refresh range of 30-200Hz, making this display ideal for a tear-free gaming experience.   This display will use an MVA panel type with a 4ms response time, giving this display great colour reproduction as well as a ultra-high refresh rate. This display is also designed with a 2000mm curved panel and will be mounted on a 100x100mm VESA mount which has height adjustment and tilt options.   

This display will use an MVA panel type with a 4ms response time, giving this display great colour reproduction as well as a ultra-high refresh rate. This display is also designed with a 2000mm curved panel and will be mounted on a 100x100mm VESA mount which has height adjustment and tilt options.   

 

AOC's new AGON 35

 

Right now this display is available for £559 at Ebuyer, which is fairly affordable is the users demands a 165Hz+ refresh rate and an ultra-wide resolution.   

 

You can join the discussion on AOC's new 35" 2560x1080  200Hz FreeSync display on the OC3D Forums

 

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13-03-2017, 07:41:33

AlienALX
1080 vertical on a 35"? um yah, no thanks.Quote

13-03-2017, 08:06:46

stdout
Yes, I am also holding back until widescreen monitors features UHD or better. Refresh rate of 200Hz is nice though!Quote

13-03-2017, 10:13:36

WYP
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Originally Posted by AlienALX View Post
1080 vertical on a 35"? um yah, no thanks.
You would be surprised by how much demand there is for large ultra wides, even with low pixel counts.

Some people like higher refresh rates over higher resolutions, though then comes the problem of actually running games at 200Hz.Quote

13-03-2017, 10:32:23

AlienALX
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Originally Posted by WYP View Post
You would be surprised by how much demand there is for large ultra wides, even with low pixel counts.

Some people like higher refresh rates over higher resolutions, though then comes the problem of actually running games at 200Hz.
The problem for me with 1080p was always the height. I came from a 1600x1200 CRT monitor and the instant I bought myself a LED panel I always suffered. I spent six years on that screen making/coding front ends for an emulator then all of a sudden I couldn't play them any more as the button panels were all lopped off.

They *should* have made it 1200p. Dell made a few panels at 1200p but they were prohibitively expensive. I spoke to a mate of mine about it once and he said they literally did it to save a few pence for every screen cut.

My next step up was 4k which was too far, but I absolutely love 1440p. It means I can play all of my creations again when I want to and they will fit on the screen.

Which if you think about it is quite ridiculous. It was a downgrade.. No wonder so many CRT owners were moaning !

But yeah, I couldn't live with 1080 again. Not in this day and age.

And at that size? dear god.Quote

13-03-2017, 10:55:26

Shingara
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Originally Posted by WYP View Post
You would be surprised by how much demand there is for large ultra wides, even with low pixel counts.

Some people like higher refresh rates over higher resolutions, though then comes the problem of actually running games at 200Hz.

Well i suppose as we move forwards and the cards we are getting now aiming to push into 4k territory with ease that ultra wides by default have an easier time, i think the main prob is ultrawide support from games.Quote
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