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  • Great for gaming
  • 144Hz panel with Adaptive Sync support
  • Low input lag
  • Visible black smearing, which is typical of VA panels
  • Monitor is very nice


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The AOC CU34G2X is a great ultrawide gaming monitor. It has a 144Hz panel with Adaptive Sync support, so even though it's not officially certified by AMD nor NVIDIA for variable refresh rate (VRR) support, FreeSync and G-SYNC still both work on it. It has low input lag, and although it has a qu...
Shane Kuhn
3 months ago
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Their warranty is a scam.
The monitor is very nice. I had no issues with using it, besides the OSD being a bit finicky. The few reason I bought this are because of the price point and the warranty. I bought it for around $430 and it was great. Give it about 4 months and I accidentally scratch the screen pretty badly. I think...
2 years ago
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[RESTOCK] AOC 24G2 24" Frameless Gaming IPS Monitor, FHD 1080P, 1ms 144Hz, Freesync, HDMI/DP/VGA, Height Adjustable, 3-Year Zero Dead Pixel Guarantee,Black/Red ($178.42)
This seems like a pretty popular monitor whenever it restocks. Figured I'd give it a try since my other high refresh rate monitor broke recently. Was also looking for a decent flat monitor to complement my CU34G2X that I ordered a last week.
[Monitor] Acer Nitro XV340CK Pbmiipphzx 34" QHD IPS 144hz MICROCENTER ($449.99-$50 = $399.99)
OSD is great with stiff, massive and clicky buttons with easy navigation(there is an app that you can download to control the monitor, i do recommend using the app, it makes changing settings a dream). Its a great monitor overall, and the biggest issue people will find is the lack of the curve, especially for productivity and tight spaces. For a cheap 144hz ips 1440 UW this is easy to recommend though the AOC CU34G2X is a worthwhile contender especially since it it also a 1440p 144hz UW except with a curve. If you have any questions feel free to ask them.
Triple AOC 24g2u setup coming through
I had an CU34G2X prior to these and while it is an decent monitor, I wasn't quite satisfied with the VA panel and how mine was more an 120hz instead of 144hz panel. Gave that to a friend and opted for the lg gl850 which over the span of 4 units all came with very noticeable glow, blb and low contrast.
Great performance, Build quality and image quality (after calibration)
Coming from an IPS display, i was a bit worried reading the review about color accuracy and image looking washed out and its True! Out the box. I thought about returning it, viewing angle was not great, color was off seem washed out as everyone mentioned, but after doing some research and missing wi...
veo phetsavanh
2 years ago
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Are Ultrawide Curved Monitors Worth It? My Experience So Far!
Absolutely not because I just cannot sacrifice that vertical screen real estate, just because you know 4k, it's perfect. For my needs - and I just yeah - I mean this - would this would be a perfect complement to monitor to my 32-inch, but I wouldn't switch to this as my primary display with that being said, this AOC monitor strikes a good balance between performance and affordability, because for $ 450 suspects that you can honestly, it is just a steal, in my opinion, and if you're someone who's coming from a non 4k display or a large format display, say, for instance, a 24 inch, 1080p monitor or a 27-inch 1440 monitor.
Hardware Canucks
3 months ago
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So don't feel the need to buy extremely expensive monitors just because YouTubers and people on the internet tell you to do so. Learn from my experience. The AOC CU34G2X has everything that I need from a monitor, at a very reasonable price.
[Monitor] GIGABYTE G34WQC 34" 144Hz Ultrawide Curved Monitor 1ms 3440 x 1440 VA + $10 Newegg Promo Gift Card - $399.99
I just got the AOC monitor and it is fantastic. This is $40 cheaper than I paid for mine, it would be hard to go wrong here.
Great Monitor for the Price if You Make a Few Tweaks & do G-sync Blackscreen fix
This replaced my Dell 2716DG, a gsync 144hz 2560x1440p TN monitor. I had always wanted to get an ultrawide, but couldn't bring myself to spend more than 500 dollars. This monitor was released and had the features I wanted at the price point I wanted. As with most monitors, the secret sauce is in the...
3 years ago
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Display Type

LED-backlit LCD monitor / TFT active matrix

Diagonal Size


Curved Screen

Yes (1500R)

Built-in Devices

USB 3.2 Gen 1 hub