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    AOC launches C3583FQ, a 35-inch curved FreeSync gaming monitor

    With a curvy 2000mm radius and 45 to 160Hz refresh rates.
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    Re: AOC launches C3583FQ, a 35-inch curved FreeSync gaming monitor

    That price is kind of high for such a low resolution and most likely a terrible Freesync range. 4ms response time and slightly better contrast than TN is also not very impressive. Are people expected to pay a premium because it's slightly curved?

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    Re: AOC launches C3583FQ, a 35-inch curved FreeSync gaming monitor

    The article suggests the freesync range is 45-160Mhz out of the box, unless I've misunderstood?

    "As mentioned in the headline and intro, this is a FreeSync compatible monitor. AOC says that it offers "a 45 to 160Hz range out of the box," which in combination with FreeSync minimises unpleasant image tearing, stuttering, input lag or blur effects. Flicker-free technology is also in place to minimise ocular fatigue.
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    Re: AOC launches C3583FQ, a 35-inch curved FreeSync gaming monitor

    I really cannot understand why you would put the I/O on the base of the stand. So unbelievably stupid.

    Nothing will tempt me to upgrade till I can get 1440p ultrawide, 120Hz, freesync going down to ~40Hz.... good thing I'm not in any rush, eh!

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    Re: AOC launches C3583FQ, a 35-inch curved FreeSync gaming monitor

    Quote Originally Posted by cptwhite_uk View Post
    The article suggests the freesync range is 45-160Mhz out of the box, unless I've misunderstood?
    I think that's the range for the refresh rate, not the Freesync range. And 45 would still be extremely high as a minimum for freesync.

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    Re: AOC launches C3583FQ, a 35-inch curved FreeSync gaming monitor

    Quote Originally Posted by Nifl View Post
    That price is kind of high for such a low resolution and most likely a terrible Freesync range. 4ms response time and slightly better contrast than TN is also not very impressive. Are people expected to pay a premium because it's slightly curved?
    That's over US$1000, for a non-IPS monitor? Sure, curves are cool, but I can wait. 1440p has been just fine for me. In fact, my 27" screen is almost too much real estate for me to take in everything, unless I stop and actually look around before moving the camera.

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    Re: AOC launches C3583FQ, a 35-inch curved FreeSync gaming monitor

    Quote Originally Posted by Biscuit View Post
    I really cannot understand why you would put the I/O on the base of the stand. So unbelievably stupid.
    actually, that's the thing i like the most about this whole thing can't stand the stupid cable orientations and bending necessary in so many monitors just to attach a few cables today.

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    Re: AOC launches C3583FQ, a 35-inch curved FreeSync gaming monitor

    The 1080p is a bombshell. With such a large monitor nothing below 1440p is acceptable. I have a 24" 1080p monitor and the lack of pixel density is obvious even there.

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    Re: AOC launches C3583FQ, a 35-inch curved FreeSync gaming monitor

    Quote Originally Posted by Biscuit View Post
    I really cannot understand why you would put the I/O on the base of the stand. So unbelievably stupid.
    Because then the cables go direct off the back of the desk without dangling and being visible hanging down the back of the monitor, it seems like a good idea to me. Also allows for a thinner screen because there is no need to that electronics to fit behind the panel and make a lump which on a curved screen is probably quite pronounced.

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    Re: AOC launches C3583FQ, a 35-inch curved FreeSync gaming monitor

    Quote Originally Posted by kingpotnoodle View Post
    Because then the cables go direct off the back of the desk without dangling and being visible hanging down the back of the monitor, it seems like a good idea to me. Also allows for a thinner screen because there is no need to that electronics to fit behind the panel and make a lump which on a curved screen is probably quite pronounced.
    If the stand had height adjust or a decent amount of tilt/swivel then at least it would be acceptable. A poor stand and no ability to mount it on an arm is inexcusable.

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    Re: AOC launches C3583FQ, a 35-inch curved FreeSync gaming monitor

    this is very clean and the cable management is good..

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    Re: AOC launches C3583FQ, a 35-inch curved FreeSync gaming monitor

    No VESA mount, no height adjustment, no cable management, 45hz freesync minimum, premium price. No.

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    Re: AOC launches C3583FQ, a 35-inch curved FreeSync gaming monitor

    I do like the curved screen though, along with the extra wide it would be pretty awesome for gaming, but is a little spendy.

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