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    AOC Agon AG353UCG

    AOC's £2,000 gaming monitor is finally here. Was it worth the wait?
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    Re: AOC Agon AG353UCG

    I wouldn't give £200 for a VA panel, nevermind £2000.

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    Re: AOC Agon AG353UCG

    You can get the BFG screens for that much. That spec is a joke.

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    Re: AOC Agon AG353UCG

    Quote Originally Posted by Bagpuss View Post
    I wouldn't give £200 for a VA panel, nevermind £2000.
    Then you have clearly never tried one of these panels

    This monitor is essentially the same as the Acer & Asus models - its the same panel, same g-sync module and mostly the same inputs - they differ in stand, RGB placement and accessories. The Asus for example includes a high end DAC, and this AOC has headphone holders. Of course there is always a panel lottery so you see some slight variations in the Hexus testing here - if you look at other reviews some have Acer panels with slightly better performance, some the asus, some this one..depends which one you get sent

    They are all stunning monitors and are truly the best you can buy at the moment for PC gaming. The combination of high refresh rates, very good contrast levels, colour reproduction, viewing angles & "real" HDR is awesome. There are not other panelsl available today that can do this - all of the IPS panels (which are about 1/2 the price) make a big compromise somewhere - usually missing HDR/local dimming (most are only HDR400, which isnt HDR) and G-sync ultimate. BFG screens are a different market and style - you have compromises there too and ofc most people cant (and dont want to!) fit a 50"+ screen on their desk

    You really would not believe that these are VA panels. I am yet to see any ghosting, blurring etc on my PG35VQ, and I've no regrets in buying it. However if buying again, I would get the AOC just to save the £500.

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