Wednesday, April 18th 2018

AOC Announces AGON AG322QC4 Gaming Monitor with FreeSync 2 and DisplayHDR 400

Display specialist AOC is proud to announce the new addition to its AGON premium gaming monitor family, the AOC AGON AG322QC4 that offers stunning gaming visuals with its HDR400-compliant 3-sided frameless 31.5" VA panel, a razor-sharp Quad HD (2560x1440 px) resolution in 16:9 aspect ratio, deep and inky 2000:1 static contrast ratio and an aggressive 1800R curvature. The 144 Hz refresh rate, 4 ms GtG response time combined with FreeSync 2 support ensure a smooth gameplay experience at the utmost competitive level.

The AG322QC4 comes with recent display technologies for lifelike visuals and the smoothest gameplay experience, VESA DisplayHDR 400 and Radeon FreeSync 2. The VESA HDR400 specification ensures 400 cd/m² peak brightness, improved black levels, higher color gamut and more bit depth (color depth) to display High Dynamic Range (HDR) visuals.
For a stutter-free and tear-free gaming experience, AMD's FreeSync 2 technology improves upon its predecessor FreeSync, still supporting a variable refresh rate (by matching the monitor's refresh rate with the framerate of the GPU). FreeSync 2 employs stricter constraints (e.g. mandatory Low Frame Compensation, bigger color space) and HDR support with lower latency than conventional HDR monitors.

Impressive and immersive looks
The sleek AG322QC4 with its revamped deep black finish employs a 1800R curvature on its 31.5" VA (Vertical Alignment) panel. This aggressive curvature with a radius of 1800 mm encapsulates the user, covers their peripheral vision and offers them a convincing immersion. On a curved display, one's eyes will have more or less the same distance to every corner of the panel with an almost perpendicular angle, which cancels out any picture distortion, contrast and color shift caused by an oblique angle.

Redefining smooth gameplay
The AG322QC4's VA panel boasts a QHD (2560x1440 px) resolution, future-proofing gamers for many years to come. The best middle-ground resolution for today's gamers, the QHD resolution provides four-times more detailed imagery than a 720p resolution, yet in most games current mid-/high-end GPU's can easily push high frame rates in QHD compared to 4K. The AG322QC4's VA panel also provides wide viewing angles comparable to IPS panels.
Competitive gamers will be satisfied with the aggressive specs of the AG322QC4. The 144 Hz refresh rate and 4 ms GtG response time together eliminate the effects of motion blur and give gamers much better visual feedback in fast-paced, twitchy games. AOC's Low Input Lag mode improves the responsiveness of the monitor even more. In this mode, the video signal bypasses most of the video processing done by monitor's electronics and the actions given by input devices (keyboard/mouse) translate more quickly into visuals.

Customize to your own game
AOC knows the little things gamers appreciate. AOC's Game Mode presets offer custom settings for different genres such as FPS, Racing or RTS for faster responsiveness and clearer visuals. Moreover, users can save their own presets as well. With the included wired remote OSD controller (QuickSwitch), users can easily jump between these presets. AOC's Shadow Control feature allows gamers to dial-in shadow levels in the OSD, lightening the dark areas or darkening bright/washed-out areas, so they can get the upper edge no matter what.

The AOC Ergo Base allows wide ranges of height, tilt and swivel adjustments for optimum ergonomic positioning. Gamers can connect their headsets using audio out and microphone inputs, and when not in use, hang them onto the AG322QC4's retractable headphone holder. Practicality is also provided by the monitor's 2 x USB 3.0 ports, the built-in cable management solution and carry-on handle for transportation. With the LED lights on the lower bezel and the back of the monitor, gamers can choose between red, green or blue lights with three intensity levels for increased customisation.

The AOC AGON AG322QC4 is expected to be available in June 2018 at an MSRP of 599€.
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6 Comments on AOC Announces AGON AG322QC4 Gaming Monitor with FreeSync 2 and DisplayHDR 400

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ShurikN
I can bet you this is the same panel as the Benq one, a couple of news articles ago.
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ZoneDymo
ShurikN, post: 3830274, member: 140585"
I can bet you this is the same panel as the Benq one, a couple of news articles ago.
probably, but at least this one has a price tag :)
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Fatalfury
ShurikN, post: 3830274, member: 140585"
I can bet you this is the same panel as the Benq one, a couple of news articles ago.
Like how the Asus & Acer 's 27 inch 4k HDR ips 120Hz...came on the same day..its the same
atleast we can choose brands.
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ZoneDymo
Fatalfury, post: 3830355, member: 177174"
Like how the Asus & Acer 's 27 inch 4k HDR ips 120Hz...came on the same day..its the same
atleast we can choose brands.
what about that 60 something inch Nvidia gaming tv from 3 companies all at the same price.
Gotta love competition...oh wait
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Fatalfury
ZoneDymo, post: 3830411, member: 66089"
what about that 60 something inch Nvidia gaming tv from 3 companies all at the same price.
Gotta love competition...oh wait
hehe Right man.

by the way i Guess they all released Freesync 2 montiors..coz of the upcoming Xbox one X Freesync Support.. thats y.
why would they Release for the pc gaming community anyway..they wait like 4-5 years for that..

have u seen benQ release other than TN panel for their gaming monitors in like 5 years??
Its for their Xbox Fans...
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