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ASUS ROG Swift PG329Q Gaming Monitor – 32 Inch WQHD (2560 x 1440): it is the most purchased, earned an average review of 4,0 with 181 reviews
AOC Gaming CQ32G2SE - 32 Inch QHD Curved Monitor: silver medal for this product, the average review is from 4,4 with 76 reviews
AOC Gaming C32G1 - 32 Inch FHD Curved Monitor: third position for this product, with a average review from users 4,7 with 10 reviews
ASUS ROG Swift PG329Q Gaming Monitor – 32 Inch W...
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ASUS ROG Swift PG329Q Gaming Monitor – 32 Inch WQHD (2560 x 1440), Fast IPS, 175Hz*, 1ms (GTG), Extreme Low Motion Blur Sync, G-SYNC Compatible, DisplayHDR 600
- 32 inch WQHD (2560 x 1440) Fast IPS gaming monitor with ultrafast 175*Hz refresh rate designed for professional gamers and immersive gameplay
- Fast IPS technology enables a 1ms response time (GTG) for sharp gaming visuals with high frame rates.
- G-SYNC Compatible, delivering a seamless, tear-free gaming experience by enabling VRR (variable refresh rate) by default.
- ASUS Extreme Low Motion Blur Sync (ELMB SYNC) technology enables ELMB together with G-SYNC Compatible, eliminating ghosting and tearing for sharp gaming visuals with high frame rates.
- High Dynamic Range (HDR) technology with professional colour gamut delivers contrast and color performance that meets the DisplayHDR 600 certification
A true HDR display at last
This is a review of the PG35VQ. The headline specs - 1000nits of brightness, 512 zones of FALD local dimming, 200hz refresh, and G-Sync. This true HDR, the real deal, and nothing like the phoney 300-400nit "HDR" with no local dimming HDR on so many PC displays. On paper, this should be as good as it currently gets on a PC. (at least until the MiniLED panels arrive later this year) My points of comparison are my old first generation Dell ultrawide for which this was the replacement, and my LG OLED in the living room. The Dell was 300nits of dull, lifeless, washed out flatness, capable of turning even the most dynamic of games something uninspiring. The moment I fired up a game on this Asus, the difference was, to say the least, astounding. I immediately saw near OLED levels of contrast, deep saturated colours, and searingly bright whites. Unlike an OLED, there's no ALB (automatic brightness limiter), so large areas of 1000nit white can fill the screen without the panel going into panic mode and reducing the brightness. This stays bright no matter what. It's too bright at times, in all honesty, but that's a nice problem for an HDR display to have. As this isn't an OLED, I knew there would however be some caveats, and having read many reviews of this before buying I knew what to look for. First off, fan noise. FALD panels run hot and need fans to keep them cool. I had read the horror stories of the sister panel to this, the Predator X35 with its noisy fan randomly spinning up. On the Asus though, the fan is virtually silent, even when gaming. I can sometimes hear it a little, but it's essentially a non issue. Next up, haloing. This is a glow which can be seen around bright things on a dark background and the FALD brightens the backlight. In exists, and if I move my mouse pointer around on a black background then I can see the haloing. I also see it on HUD elements in dark sections of games. Mostly though, it's another non issue and can't be seen. Finally I was concerned over this being a VA panel, but as long as I sit in the sweet spot, right in front of the screens, it's again, a non issue. Other things to note - Firstly, HDR in Windows is still a bit of a mess. If you don't have HDR turned on then some games will assume you have an SDR display and won't switch to HDR mode. (some however, do switch). If you run some SDR games with HDR turned on, they're a blown out incredibly bright mess. Windows itself is also a little too bright with HDR on, even with the HD colour settings tweaked as much as possible, but if you turn it off, as well as losing HDR in some games, you also lose the ability to play HDR video. It clearly needs more work. I went through a good selection of games in Steam and GamePass, and here are a few real HDR ultrawide standouts - Jedi Fallen Order, Gears of War 5, Metro Exodus, Forza Horizon 4, GRID, Shadow Warrior 2, Monster Hunter World, and Shadow of the Tomb Raider. There are few upcoming HDR games this year which I expect will also impress - Doom Eternal, Resident Evil 3 Remake, and Cyberpunk. Secondly, this monitor includes an audio DAC and has a 3.5mm audio jack. This is listed as a headphone socket, but is fine for powering speakers too. A nice little bonus, especially if you have a second device plugged in through HDMI which needs audio out. Thirdly, backlight uniformity isn't great. When I look at a full screen of black, I can see a lighter patch in the middle of the screen. This isn't noticeable in actual real world use, but I imagine I might notice it during a very dark section of a movie. And finally GSync is pretty damn amazing. I had only ever owned 60hz displays before, and the jump to 144hz and above (assuming you have the graphics card to power it) is truly amazing. The fluidity is genuinely game changing. Even Windows is so much nicer at 144hz. Also, one little quirk with this screen is that in HDR mode it defaults to a contrast of 90. This completely blows out several games so they look pretty terrible. I found that a setting of 70-75 transforms them, and it's rather baffling why Asus chose such a poor default. I did run into some issues using a Framemeister with this plugged into HDMI, but I won't pad this review further with the specifics. It's solvable and if anyone has problems leave me a comment and I'll fill you in. In short, 960p DVI doesn't work on this panel. This is an incredibly expensive display and for the price it should be genuinely amazing, and it is. Gaming on this thing is just phenomenal. If you've been used to an non dimming SDR display, this will be an utter revelation. As for comparisons to my OLED, well the OLED still wins in all honesty, due to its per pixel dimming, incredible panel uniformity, and superior colour accuracy, but this is a very honourable second place. If you can stomach the cost, then this monitor will amaze and delight you. Oh and you can turn off all the gamer RGB nonsense too.
Well worth it's price tag
Ok I m writing this short review for the ROG Swift PG35VQ 35inch Monitor, Up until now I have always used IPS screens for the colour saturations and clarity of images ..but times change and after seeing the write-ups for this I decided to take a rather expensive leap of faith and purchase one for myself .. assembly was easy task but beware the weight of this monitor and the spread of its supporting feet, . it is bigger than you might think at 1st glance needing at least 55cm width and 30cm depth of desk space for its stand. , this unit is now along side my 27' AOC IPS 144hz monitor, the difference is quite frankly astounding, this matches the colour saturation of the AOC with the added bonuses of Blacks being Black with no bleed over at all,, I did not to be honest tweak the unit much other than the have the admittedly cool light display on the desk and to set the Hz range to 180hz, but then again to be bluntly honest why would you need to tweak, this has surprised the heck out of me for its clarity and depth, truly worth the price IMHO, so if like me at you want a true competitor to the IPS'a out there get one of these, there will be no going back to other screen types I assure you.
Spending for a next gen monitor
This is a true 4k mini LED panel, 32 inches at 144hz with HDR support. You are here considering spending double or triple more than the alternative monitors you are looking at, maybe you are considering a much larger OLED TV for use as a monitor. This was me. I wanted a next gen monitor, the 32 inch size was a managable step up from 27 inch one I had been using for 6 years, I was slightly worried about the size but in the end on my desk it fits fine. I positioned it on the corner of my desk which has a curved edge and easily the stand fits on fine. I seem to sit almost the same position with the old one, and it is comfortable. The picture is awesome, obviously. I play FPS games and to upgrade from 1440p to 4k is amazing, it is almost like hacking I can see details so far away. I was concerned about the response time being 4ms instead of the "competitive" standard of 1ms, but the effect of this has not been noticeable at all, 4k makes the image crisp so there's no noticeable blur and I have no problem reacting to people coming around corners. The HDR and local dimming bring the screen dark/shadows to oled TV standards, all fit neatly in your 32 inch at your workstation. I had also read and seen screenshots of haloing light spots around the mouse on a black screen and was concerned, and I can confirm this is the case, it is to do with the dimmable zones on the screen reacting to your totally white mouse on a black background, but this is not a phenomenon you notice in normal use and definitely not when it comes to gaming. The advantage of this monitor over everything else out there is that 4k is amazing at 144hz, this screen offers amazing a fantastic 4k picture at 32inch and with GSYNC ultimate so you can pump the frames with the best of the current generation of GPUs (3080ti/3090) you need one of these at least. The next level monitor specs will make sure it will last many generations, you will replace the GPU long before the monitor. I bought my last monitor in 2015, the ROG Swift 27inch 1440p at 144hz, that was a similar generation pioneering model as well, and I imagine the new specification will remain relevant and competitive for just as long. In the meantime I can enjoy being able to see better than everyone else during gaming and so having this expensive advantage. And yeah you really are going to need a 3080ti or 3090 to really get those frames and resolution up for a demanding 4k. There is a website called "HowManyFPS" which calculates what FPS your favorite titles will run at 4k with which graphics card. Edit: I saw a comment complaining about defects on the screen, I can only say I didn't have any. Your opinion on Amazon returns will guide your decision on that.
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AOC Gaming CQ32G2SE - 32 Inch QHD Curved Monitor, ...
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AOC Gaming CQ32G2SE - 32 Inch QHD Curved Monitor, 165Hz, 1 ms MPRT, VA, AMD FreeSync Premium, Low Input Lag, Speakers (2560x1440 @ 165Hz, 250 cd/m², HDMI/DP)
- cq32g2se/bk/panel va/2560x1440/black/red
- Display size: 32.0
- Display technology: LED
- Made with quality materials
Good specification and quality for the price
Using for gaming with PS5 and Laptop, works great and great quality and good sound for the price
Best screen ever
But for my sons birthday he absolutely loves it pictures so Clear it’s like it’s running on 8K well worth the money
Bought this monitor for use with my Xbox Series X. Stupidly bought one without HDR. But the screen is fantastic. The picture looks amazing running 1440p @ 120hz. Speakers give a good sound as well. No USB sockets or headphone jack. But overall a great monitor for the price.
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AOC Gaming C32G1 - 32 Inch FHD Curved Monitor, 144...
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AOC Gaming C32G1 - 32 Inch FHD Curved Monitor, 144Hz, 1ms, VA, AMD FreeSync Premium, Flicker Free (1920 x 1080 @ 144Hz, 250cd/m², HDMI 1.4 x 2, DisplayPort 1.2 x 1, VGA)
- Freesync - Delivers smooth gameplay eliminating input lag, screen tear and stuttering
- 144Hz refresh rate - translates high frame rates into a level of smoothness and responsiveness you need
- Curved screen - Immerse yourself into virtual worlds with aoc’s curved gaming displays
- Minimal bezel - Enables seamless multi monitor Set ups, Response time (GtG) 4 ms, Response Time (MPRT) 1 ms
- HDMI 1.4 x 2, DisplayPort 1.2 x 1, VGA
Great Monitor For Gaming & Multi-Screening
This Monitor is great for gaming, 144hz using the Display Port & also using the HDMI, the screen is perfect for a multi monitor set up as seen is photo, the monitor comes with 1 HDMI Cable, 1 Display Port Cable & a Power Cable with a European Plug so you will have to either buy a adaptor for that plug or buy a new power cable that will fit your plug socket, the monitor is in 1080x1920 which initially makes everything look a little stretched but after a few hours of using the monitor you stop to notice it, the monitor being in this resolution means that your graphics card has less strain trying to run it. Overall i would highly recommend this monitor, great for gaming and watching shows and what not on.
Great value, a hidden gem
I'm really pleased with this monitor. I just upgraded my graphics card to an RTX 2070, and with my old 22" 1080p 60Hz monitor the new GPU was only using about 30% of it's power. So I searched for an affordable, higher res 144Hz monitor to go with it and thought this was too good to be true when I found this. There were very few UK reviews, but many of the USA reviews stated that the image was poor out of the box but very good once a bit of time is spent adjusting it. And that is exactly what I have found. The default settings just did not show the monitor off to it's best. In games, the colours were too red & washed out. Using the software provided, the picture looked much better, and showed what the monitor is capable of, but then I had to switch between different modes to get the best picture depending on the type of game I was playing. I quickly got tired of that and decided to adjust the custom setting instead, to try and achieve a single good picture for all games. In the end, a drop of the red by a few points, and a couple of clicks down on the brightness, and all my games are looking good using this single setting. Now that is sorted, I will say this - Wow, the picture is fantastic, and all my games have taken on a new look, including feeling more immersive due to the increase in screen size. I have no dead pixels and the monitor looks well made. The curved screen is a positive I think. It is really not much of a curve, so it almost seems unnecessary, but on the other hand, it brings the outer edges of the screen to the same eye distance as the centre, so overall I think it's a plus. Certainly there's no sign of any distortion. And it does look pretty cool. This is a great monitor - excellent image, and excellent value for money. Note to Amazon & prospective buyers: My one complaint is not about the product but about the way the monitor arrived. There was no external Amazon packaging, so anyone can see what it is. The driver also told me that signature was not required & he would have left it on the doorstep if I had not been in (not his fault, but that is what his instructions are for this particular item). He thought that was ridiculous given the value and nature of the item, and I agree with him. So Amazon, you need to make sure this is a signed for item. And anyone buying, I advise you to be sure to be in to accept the delivery.
144hz 1080p Free Sync gaming without breaking the bank
I've been using this monitor since i picked it up on the Black Friday sales. I did a lot of research into 144hz monitors before buying this, but the selection of 27" 144hz monitors is pretty slim unless you want to spend a ridiculous amount. Every review i saw of this monitor said "its not very bright". Now its not the brightest monitor out there, but i can say that its more than bright enough, i have 2 other 27" BenQ monitors, that i always run at 80% brightness which matched this monitor perfectly when it was at full brightness. I could see someone having issues with this monitor if they're near a window, but lets be realistic, us gamer arent sat in a brightly lit open space, were in an artificial lit small man/woman cave (*other genders may apply") my gaming room/home office/ hideaway from the wife is approximately 3 m x2.5m, has blackout blinds and is light with a 4 watt led daylight bulb, and its perfect for me. I am using the freesync functionality. I am using it with G-Sync on a MSI 1060 and so far it has worked flawlessly with a number of games ive played. My only regret about this monitor is that i didnt buy three
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