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AOC CQ27G2U

AOC CQ27G2U

  • Maximum resolution: 2560x1440
  • Screen size: 27 inches
  • Refresh rate: 144 Hz
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2 months ago
Performance WOW! Drive with an RTX2080 and everything goes very smooth. My old 2560x1440 59Hz gives a very nice picture, but if you do a side-by-side comparison, you see how 144 Hz really evens out the movements. In browsers it is barely noticeable, but in games and such simple things as mouse pointer movements it is noticeable enormously. Minus for the large area that the foot requires and that I can not really appreciate the curved screen. MAN gets used to it, but it's hard to understand what a curved screen adds. If you are a little unconcentrated in height, you will notice that the screen is curved. A rectangular screen can be sat with a bit anyway without thinking about the shape. The speakers suck something so incredible, do not really know what to use them for (zero bass, midrange) but on the other hand I can plug the headphones directly to the screen which saves me 3.5m headphone cord! Another minus is that the screen has a large mesh tag that you have to hide away.

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4 months ago
Definitely an affordable screen! Really nice picture and G-sync compatible. The only negative is the menu buttons, but you do not need to use them as there is a program in which you can make the settings.

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5 months ago
First curved screen I buy. I am quite satisfied despite some concerns. The screen is responsive, freesync (adaptive sync therefore compatible g-sync), but is not very bright. The adjustable foot is super practical, it is installed via clips without screws and allows height adjustment and can be oriented horizontally. The menu buttons are awful especially when compared with the system of Samsung screens and their wheel. I also have some very slight light leaks around the edges of the screen. In my case, it's not a problem. The curved side is more of the gadget than anything else, but it's true that aesthetically, it looks pretty good.

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