AOC Agon 35-Inch 200 Hz Curved 3440x1440

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  1. Lastan010

    Lastan010 Limp Gawd

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    revenant, Gavv and sknight like this.
  2. Jedibeeftrix

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    apparently also a Freesync version too.

    if it has HDR1000 and fresync2 colour me interested...
     
  3. dragon69

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    You're not keen on reading, are you?

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    That does look good and seems to pack in all the goodies. Now to just wait to see what the price will be for that thing.
     
  4. Lastan010

    Lastan010 Limp Gawd

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    I am really feeling it that this will be my next display, always wanted a FALD monitor display.
     
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    There would be no real point in putting a FALD in a Freesync display, since it took years of work for Nvidia to get the FALD to actually perform properly at low latency. You'd end up with TV-like FALD performance, which is garbage for fast paced gaming with mouse-controlled viewports.
     
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    the only thing that is certain is that the nvidia FALD version will be hdr1000 compliant.

    nothing is certain about the freesync version.
     
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    Pretty clear that the freesync version does not have FALD
     
  8. Drags

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    I don’t believe there is a FreeSync version of the AG353UCG. What makes people think there is?
     
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    The OP has the link.

    “AOC plans to offer two versions of the Agon AG353-series monitors: the AG353UCG featuring NVIDIA’s G-Sync HDR as well as another one supporting AMD’s FreeSync 2 HDR. The key differences between the two will be scalers approved by AMD or NVIDIA as well as certification from the GPU developers. The G-Sync HDR version will feature a 512-zone Full Array Local Dimming backlight.”
     
  10. Drags

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    ah yes, that's not correct info as far as i know. From TFTCentral's twitter:

    "Seeing a few places quote what we believe to be an error from 1 slide at the press event about the AG353UCG. It mentioned FreeSync 2 as well as Gsync. It’s not anywhere else in the slides or press release and we believe it to be wrong. Only a Gsync ver available as far as we know"