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    Aoc q3279vwf

    A lot of monitor for £200.
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    Re: Aoc q3279vwf

    Seems like a good buy for a casual gamer that has the hardware to power 1440p, great price for what it is too, quite tempted myself in all honesty!

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    Re: Aoc q3279vwf

    Got my nephew one at Christmas. Now admittedly he's not the most critical user in the world, and is enamoured of the screen size, but he loves it.

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    Re: Aoc q3279vwf

    Damn, that's a fair chunk of value for money.

    Quite tempting too, but I don't need it - middle of last year I would've grabbed one PDQ.
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    Re: Aoc q3279vwf

    Lower pixel density than a 22'' 1080 screen - why bother?

    Does anyone really want a 32'' 16:9 monitor?

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    Re: Aoc q3279vwf

    Quote Originally Posted by CustardInc View Post
    Lower pixel density than a 22'' 1080 screen - why bother?

    Does anyone really want a 32'' 16:9 monitor?
    Same pixel density as a 24" 1080p tho. If you want to complement a 22" 1080p screen, get a 29" 1440p monitor instead.

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    Re: Aoc q3279vwf

    I bought one of these just before Christmas. It's not spectacular in any way but for £200 it was a great upgrade over my old 1080p monitor and I've been very happy with it.
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    Re: Aoc q3279vwf

    I bought one on release and am very happy with it for the money, its not as good a my dual 24" UHD IPS monitors at home but when working at my studio this is great (replaced a 24" 1080p monitor)

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    Re: Aoc q3279vwf

    I've got the viewsonic vx3211-2k-mhd, which is a similar screen. IPS rather than VA, no freesync, 4" VESA mount compatible, and integrated speakers (which probably add at least 50p to the BOM). Stand is still naff, and it's a bit more expensive (I paid £240), but the wall of monitor I have with it next to my old 24" is very pleasing

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    Re: Aoc q3279vwf

    No VESA, no thanks. cant imagine everyone having tons of desk space for that stand.

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    Re: Aoc q3279vwf

    Ordered one for H.R. and it's a pretty nice screen.

    The stand is tiny.

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