3440 x 1440
Response Time (G2G)
178° H x 178° V
- 144 points
- 53 months ago
from completed build Nevermore--Watercooled and Modified Enthoo Pro M
Wanted this monitor ever since it came out. Another Black Friday Week bargain and have been very happy with it. AOC packs in every cable you could need. The stand is one of the best I have ever seen with a monitor, though I did end up using a wall mount merely due to conserving desk space.
- 48 points
- 44 months ago
from completed build The Chaos Engine (1st Build)
3440x1440, IPS, 60HZ, NOT curved, and a good price. This has the same guts as the far more expensive LG versions. The bezel AOC uses is so small I forget it's even there.
-Doesn't support HDMI 2.0. -Sometimes the refresh rate gets out of sync between the left and right side. It's not often and is easily remedied by powering it off/on.
Once you go ultra wide, you'll never go back to standard widescreen. It's super immersive in both gaming & movies. The added real estate makes multi-tasking vastly easier.
- 7 points
- 27 months ago
from completed build First New PC since 2009
Great value, picked mine up second hand, only gripe is onl DP is 60hz, DVIa nd HDMI are 30hz which is frustrating as my macbook will not run it on HDMI so i have to keep swapping from my PC to my MBP for the display port to get 60hz use. I guess you get this with an older screen.
Great for productivity, really makes working from home a joy with all the screen real estate, glad I got this instead of a 32" 4K screen as its perfect for running two windows side by side.
probably not good for gamers as its on 60hz and 5ms response, but for me its fine, im not competitive enough or godo enough to care, I game for enjoyment and if im worry about 1ms here or a few hz the joy is gone anyway, don't care if i loose games still just as fun.