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AOC CQ32G1

AOC CQ32G1

  • Maximum resolution: 2560x1440
  • Screen size: 32 inches
  • Refresh rate: 144 Hz
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21 days ago
Have no complaints

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a month ago*
Has had the screen since 2019's black friday and is happy with it. The size is perfect for games and image editing. It has Freesync which works with my RTX2060s G-sync, great in strategy games. Has calmed down the vulture a bit, it makes black dark gray by default in Manjaro which is very nice to the eyes but makes image processing more difficult. Recommended for those who prioritize 144Hz and size (32 ") and manage with 1440p. (4k is nice and places significantly higher demands on the hardware if you expect to play at higher fps)
*Edited a month

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2 months ago
Have used the screen quite a lot both in terms of games and in my work (worked from home due to covid-19) the last 6 months. I was a little worried before buying that it would be too big and that I would not like it to be bent, but once it was mounted and I sat down in front of it, I was very happy with my purchase. TL; DR: I think it is absolutely superb and I miss it when I sit in the office with double 27 "screens :)

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9 months ago*
I bought this screen June 2019 and am not satisfied. The screen has extremely much smearing and ghosting. If you play a lot of first person games with a lot of movement then you should look for another screen. There is nothing wrong with the screen otherwise, the colors and contrast are good but for me the smearing and ghosting is very distracting.
*Edited 2 months

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5 months ago*
Nice and affordable screen but it was a return for me. Been on a 1080 32 "IPS for a few years but unfortunately this panel is not enough. + Great screen for the money + well built, does not feel plastic like many others have a tendency to do. - Bad black, dark area becomes black and can't be fixed. - The colors are a little off regardless of how to calibrate. - It heals a little too much light around the edges.
*Edited 5 months

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9 months ago*
9/10 most affordable screen based on specs. -1440p -144hz -1ms response time -32 " -Supports freesync also g-sync -built crosshair button -No tall and adjustable rack. If you buy this screen you will need a GPU that can handle 1440p and 144hz, otherwise the right worthless purchase. With the built-in crosshair you can noscopa like a scout god and be called a cheater on cs.
*Edited 9 months

Google

a year ago
First off, if your only use for this monitor is gaming you don't have to read any longer. It's perfectly fine for what it tries to achieve. However, if you aim to use it for more than this, read on. The CQ32 suffers from BLB that may or may not be an issue depending on what kind of content you consume. It is very noticeable on content that is mostly black. Furthermore, since this screen is not UW, you'll need proper distance to avoid unclarity. Even at around a meter distance, text at the top and bottom vary greatly in sharpness. If you plan on using this for writing documents, browsing text rich web sites or doing image work, you will quickly notice the difference. Even a white page will exhibit color differences at the top and bottom. This is somewhat mitigated by further increasing distance to the screen. At around 2 meters it's not that noticeable, but noone has a desk that deep and tries to do any serious work. In that sense, it works better as a TV replacement. Text is usually the most clear at the top 33% of the screen, and looks somewhat blurry or unclear near the bottom. This is absolutely unacceptable for any work regarding text or images. So, bottom line: For gaming, you won't notice much (if at all) of the BLB and you're not suffering as much from unclarity. Do anything other than that, and I'd strongly advise looking elsewhere.

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a year ago
I've had it for just over 4 months now. Very happy with it! +32 inches + Va panel + 144hz + G-sync works fine! + Very nice with thin edges + Bright screen with vibrant colors + Vesa bracket - + Curved screen -No height adjustable -Ghosting is noticeable

Google

a year ago*
Absolutely wonderful screen has absolutely nothing to complain about after a week's frequent use. Can add that my previous screen was flat with TN panel and was only 75 Hz so that was a major upgrade for my part.
*Edited a year

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a year ago*
Very impressed with this screen. Have always run on Dell's IPS screens but after I bought a VA panel TV I thought it might be time to try a similar one to the computer. Must also praise the AOC for packing the screen. The fact that the foot and holder are located separately on top of the packaging and which you then mount while the screen remains in the box is a very smart design. + The blackness is much better on this than on an IPS panel and also the colors are closer to an IPS than a TN panel. However, I find that it has more clouding but then mainly when starting the computer and not when you have lots of colors / or actively doing things on it. + In terms of size, it was a step from 27 "to 32" but feel that the text works better in 2560x1440 on a 32 "when I personally thought it was a little small on my old 27" dell. - Can only tilt the stand, not raise and lower. However, it does not matter when the screen should be below eye level. Tip! Run with display port instead of HDMI if you are going up in 144hz, drove HDMI first but could only choose 75hz as max while the other cable showed all the way up to 144hz. The screen also comes with some presets for eg. games but feel that the colors became extremely saturated so drive yourself without. Update: It is after all a lot of clouding and BLB on this, and there are also some horizontal very invisible lines on some pieces of the screen so may see if I keep or not. Update two: This goes back when I chose to buy an Asus pg279q instead.
*Edited a year

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