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    AOC intros trio of G90 3-sided frameless gaming monitors

    They are all 1080p TN displays with FreeSync, and two boast refresh rates up to 144Hz.
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    Re: AOC intros trio of G90 3-sided frameless gaming monitors

    okay

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    Re: AOC intros trio of G90 3-sided frameless gaming monitors

    Specific gaming features shared by the trio include AOC Low Input Lag Mode and AOC Shadow Control. The former is said to bypass monitor internal video processing for even more responsive gameplay, and the latter lightens overly dark screen areas and darkens bright parts without affecting the rest of the screen.
    Heard of HDR and don't like the price tag? Try new LDR! Turn every frame into a featureless grey mush!

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    Re: AOC intros trio of G90 3-sided frameless gaming monitors

    I... can still see the frame though

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    Re: AOC intros trio of G90 3-sided frameless gaming monitors

    Quote Originally Posted by virtuo View Post
    I... can still see the frame though
    Agreed, a narrow frame is NOT no frame. Also, unless you are spreading your display across two or more monitors, I can't see any benefit to a very narrow bezel. How exactly, monitor manufacturer marketing departments, does fitting a monitor with a very thin bezel make the experience of using it more "immersive"?
    Last edited by Friesiansam; 18-12-2017 at 06:01 PM.

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    Re: AOC intros trio of G90 3-sided frameless gaming monitors

    To be honest I quite like them, the entry level one would be nice and easy going on the rest of my hardware too, can you actually get any better for that price? Ok so there is an ASUS one I have spotted for slightly cheaper, but I know someone who has it and he is always running into weird resolution and stuttering issues on games that should be perfectly fine at 1080p.

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    Re: AOC intros trio of G90 3-sided frameless gaming monitors

    why aren't they triangles?

    Nice to get some freesynnc options that go down to 30hz

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    Re: AOC intros trio of G90 3-sided frameless gaming monitors

    better than what I got

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    Re: AOC intros trio of G90 3-sided frameless gaming monitors

    that almost frame-less feature could be good if you have multi-monitor setup.
    that'll be pretty expensive in my case.
    would want one though.

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    Re: AOC intros trio of G90 3-sided frameless gaming monitors

    Is it me or does all new release news these days feel more like sponsored/marketing content?
    Honour in peace,

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    Re: AOC intros trio of G90 3-sided frameless gaming monitors

    Looks really similar to my XG270HU. Literally the only differences are the stand and the logo!

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    Re: AOC intros trio of G90 3-sided frameless gaming monitors

    Quote Originally Posted by Friesiansam View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by virtuo View Post
    I... can still see the frame though
    Agreed, a narrow frame is NOT no frame. Also, unless you are spreading your display across two or more monitors, I can't see any benefit to a very narrow bezel. How exactly, monitor manufacturer marketing departments, does fitting a monitor with a very thin bezel make the experience of using it more "immersive"?
    Much like products with fans being described as "silent".
    Difficult perhaps to discern in the best cases, but even in those it is far from there being no noise.

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    Re: AOC intros trio of G90 3-sided frameless gaming monitors

    Nowhere on earth is truly silent though. Even when you get into negative dB's, that's still sound

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