AOC's latest gaming monitor is a 120Hz, ultra-wide beast with NVIDIA G-Sync
AOC is going all in on the high end with its latest gaming monitor.
AOC has refreshed the high end of its Agon gaming monitor lineup with the latest iteration of its 35-inch ultra-wide. Carrying the model number AG352UCG6 (opens in new tab) (it just rolls off the tongue), the monitor's main claim to fame is that it improves on its predecessor by upping its refresh rate from 100Hz to 120Hz, which should result in even more buttery visuals – if you've got the hardware to push frames that high.
Outside of the improved refresh rate, the AG352UCG6 includes support for NVIDIA's G-Sync, which can synchronize the display's refresh rate with an NVIDIA GPU to cut out screen tearing. In terms of basic specs, you can expect a native WQHD (3440x1440) resolution and a 1800R curvature. The monitor also sports a 4ms response time, along with a 20,000,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio.
AOC throws in a few other perks, including features to cut down on flicker and a low blue light mode, both of which are meant to help reduce eye strain. A built-in shadow control feature can also help improve contrast in dark areas on the screen without impacting the rest of the display, AOC says. Rounding things out is a retractable headset holder and adjustable lighting on the back panel.
The AOC Agon AG352UCG6 is up for grabs now for $899.99 (opens in new tab).
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This will really help my WoW parse! Been waiting for the next gen gsync with HDR to come out.
It could be worth mentioning that it has an VA panel, good colors and blacks but with some motion blurs in fast games.
Aww… Looks like yet another 1-2 years for my dream screen >.>
By Jez Corden