|Item Height||20.87 inches|
|Item Width||9.64 inches|
|Standing screen display size||32 Inches|
|Resolution||2560 x 1440 Pixels|
|Number of HDMI Ports||2|
|Are Batteries Included||No|
|Item model number||CQ32G1|
|Product Dimensions||55.37 x 24.49 x 53.01 cm; 7.28 Kilograms|
AOC CQ32G1 31.5" Curved Frameless Gaming Monitor, Quad HD 2560x1440, VA panel, 4 ms Response Time, MPRT, 144Hz, FreeSync, DisplayPort/HDMI/VGA, VESA, Black
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- 32" Class, 31. 5" Viewable AOC Gaming monitor with 2560x1440 Quad HD resolution (2K)
- 1800R curved monitor wrapping around you for an immersive gaming experience
- Rapid 1ms (MPRT) response and 144Hz refresh rate with AMD Free Sync for smoothest competitive game play. Powersource- 100 - 240V 50/60Hz. Power Consumption On -37 watt.Power Consumption Off- 0.5 watt.Power Consumption Standy- 0.5 watt
- 3-Sided frameless design with ultra-narrow borders for the ultimate multi-monitor setup
- 80, 000, 000: 1 Smart contrast ratio
- DisplayPort, 1x HDMI 2. 0, 1x HDMI 1. 4 inputs (DP & HDMI cables included), Audio Line-out for convenience
- AOC low Blue mode and flickers for wellbeing during extended gaming sessions
- Wall mountable (VESA compatible)
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32-inch class curved gaming monitor free sync support ensures a stutter-free and tear-free gaming experience at any frame rate. Equipped with a curved 31. 5" VA panel, The CQ32G1 displays a super-detailed Quad HD resolution (2560x1440 pixels) at a screaming 144 Hz refresh rate and 1ms response time. crazy immersive experience curved design wraps around you putting you at the center of the action and provides an immersive gaming experience. 144hz, 1ms gameplay144hz refresh and 1ms response times brings unprecedented smoothness and fluidity to your games and virtually instantaneous response to your mouse and keyboard actions. expand your view with multiple monitor set-ups. The frameless design (with narrow Border) offers the minimal bezel distraction and extra clean set-up for the ultimate Battle station. mad free sync AMD free Sync synchronizes the display and AMD GPU in your PC to eliminate screen tearing, stutter and input lag, providing the smoothest, fastest, and visually stunning gaming experience possible. no annoying flickering direct current backlighting reduces flickering, absolutely minimizing eye strain and fatigue. Feel free to enjoy those long, intense gaming sessions in comfort. immersive & captivating 31. 5" Quds gaming display with 144 Hz, 1 mms response and free sync what's in the box315" Monitor, power cord, DP cable, HDMI cable, QSG. The brightness is 300 nit
- 31.5” with 2560x1440 Quad HD Resolution
- Curved VA panel for wide-viewing angles and total immersion
- Rapid 1ms Response Time and 144Hz Refresh Rate
- Display Port 1.2, HDMI 1.4 and 1 x HDMI 2.0 connections
- No stuttering or tearing with AMD FreeSync Premium Technology
- Sleek, curved frameless design with tilt adjustability
- FlickerFree and AOC LowBlue Mode Technology
32-inch Class Curved HDR Gaming Monitor
FreeSync Premium support ensures a stutter-free and tear-free gaming experience at any frame rate. Equipped with a curved 32" class VA panel, the CQ32G1 displays a super-detailed Quad HD resolution (2560x1440 pixels) at a screaming 144 Hz refresh rate and 1ms response time.
"It’s large, responsive and color-accurate, making it ideal for both everyday computing and competitive gaming. And the price simply can’t be beaten, delivering a massive 31.5in curved panel for the price of a 27in screen." -Expert Reviews
Unprecedented Smoothness and Fluidity
With AOC’s CQ32G1, you can enjoy Quad HD at an astounding 2560 x 1440 resolution. With Quad HD, you get four times the resolution of 720p HD; essentially you can fit four 720p HD videos on the screen at the same time. A Quad HD on a 32" class widescreen allows you to view greater detail with more spacing, in crisp and vivid visuals. Whether editing photos, videos, or watching movies, CQ32G1 gives you clarity with quality on a widescreen.
Crazy Immersive Experience
Curved design wraps around you putting you at the center of the action and provides an immersive gaming experience.
144Hz, 1ms Gameplay
144Hz refresh and 1ms response times bring unprecedented smoothness and fluidity to your games and virtually instantaneous response to your mouse and keyboard actions.
Visually Stunning Gaming Experience
The Ultimate Battle Station
Expand your view with multiple monitor set-ups. The frameless design (with narrow border) offers the minimal bezel distraction and extra clean set-up for the ultimate battle station.
AMD FreeSync Premium
AMD FreeSync Premium synchronizes the display and GPU in your AMD PC to eliminate screen tearing, stutter and input lag, providing the smoothest, fastest, and visually stunning gaming experience possible.
No Annoying Flickering
Direct current backlighting reduces flickering, absolutely minimizing eye strain and fatigue. Feel free to enjoy those ling, intense gaming sessions in comfort.
|Panel Size||VA 31.5-inch QHD 2560x1440 @ 144Hz||VA 27-inch Curved FHD 1920x1080 @ 144Hz||VA 31.5-inch Curved FHD 1920x1080 @ 144Hz||VA 31.5-inch Curved QHD 2560x1440 @ 144Hz|
|Response Time (typical Gray to Gray)||4ms||1ms||1ms||1ms|
|AMD FreeSync/NVIDIA G-Sync||AMD FreeSync Premium Pro||AMD FreeSync Premium||AMD FreeSync Premium||AMD FreeSync Premium|
|AOC Shadow Control||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|Connectivity||HDMI 1.4, HDMI 2.0, 2 x DisplayPort, VGA, audio in/out||2 x HDMI 1.4, 1 x DisplayPort, VGA, 3.5mm audio out||2 x HDMI 1.4, 1 x DisplayPort, VGA, 3.5mm audio out||1 x HDMI 1.4, 1 x HDMI 2.0, 1 x DisplayPort, 3.5mm audio out|
|Stand||Ergo Dial Base (Height Adjustable)||Fully Adjustable (Height Adjustable)||Tilt: -4° ±1° ~ +21.5° ±1.5°||Tilt: -4° ±1° ~ +21.5° ±1.5°|
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Out of the box this monitor scared me, imo you cannot use the OOB settings. VA white to black refresh colors react slower but with better contrast, just scrolling up and down in a browser the text would dim and get fuzzy until I stopped and then it took a fraction of a second to get solid for reading. This was really odd an annoying, however one of the reason I got this monitor was for the performance mode, so I quickly started messing with settings.
With any monitor I get I'm heading into settings to get the brightness, contrast, colors as right as I can. This one just a little extra.
So here are the setting I came up with to make it work great via desktop or in game:
Eco Mode Standard
Game Mode Off
Shadow Control 50
Low Input Lag On (On for desktop work, Off for in game, less lag much smoother, yes Off here per manual and it feels correct)
Game Color 10
Override STRONG (For Desktop Work. Off for in Game, only setting when Lag is set off)
Doing this toggle and tweaking in the Nvidia Control panel color settings some, I've been able to get the monitor to work and look great in all modes. Contrast is great and moving your head around doesn't change contrast like it does with a TN panel. This is a real step up from TN.
The curve screen I could do without, to me it brings little, in fact vertical lines near the edges get a keystone type of feel going on, it isn't keystone for real, but an effect the curve brings. In the future I will give curve screens 0 points, I'd be just as happy with a flat screen.
The Freesync was already chosen in the Nvidia panel which is a brand new feature, like one week old. Good to see it recognized all on its own. I'll do some reading to make sure it is actually working well. With 144hz screen tearing isn't a thing anymore, so going by that in my tests (Is Freesync working?) doesn't tell me for certain.
Even though I feel I got everything I need out of it, looking and performing well, I ended up with a 4 star score because there is no manual, there isn't anything telling you about the settings. I know what I was seeing at first and I knew I had to fix it immediately or return the product, so I went through all the settings until I found the ones I needed to fix. I did, but I do wonder how many people get one of these and think "OMG VA sucks!" and returns it?
EDIT: This monitor puzzles me and 1/2 me wants to return it. I can get ideal conditions, but there are two settings I have to toggle in-game and out-of-game, the problem is I have to go into settings each time and make a change, also there isn't a way to save the presets. I updated the settings above to match this edit. So I dropped two stars since I believe you need to toggle this often for best results.
Also if you install the latest GeForce drivers version 436.02. u should try out the new texture sharpening tool. It is simply amazing. To use it u need to have GeForce experience installed, during gameplay press Alt +F3, on the overlay click one of the numbers either 1,2, or 3. Select the game filter command, and scroll down until u see sharpening, move the slider to adjust the sharpness and enjoy the visuals.
Make sure to reinstall your graphics drivers after you hook this monitor up to your PC for the first time, Nvidia gives you the option to do a custom installation with a clean installation ,which will help to resolve any leftover conflicts with your previous monitor. Also, use the displayport cable that came with the monitor, I noticed that images in games were sharper compared to when I used any third party cable. I don't know if it just placebo but I tried using 4 other dp cables and the images were not as good in my opinion compared with the one added in the box.Okay on to the review,I took the plunge and bought this monitor. Its a 32 inch curved monitor and it is much larger than I thought it was going to be. if you have a small desk u might want to think of getting a larger one. I hooked it up to my pc using an RTX 2080 and it looked good but not great in gaming. I knew something was definitely off. I tried all kinds of configurations for 4 days but nothing worked until I played with the picture boost menu which I finally understood what it does. The picture boost option applies an extra virtual film over the screen which allows u to tweak the brightness and contrast more than in the luminance option. Just go into the menu under Picture boost and enable Bright frame to On , after that increase the frame size all the up to 100. My brightness setting in picture boost is 34 and contrast is 50.Adjust to ur own desire but I notice lower brightness improves in game shadows. I did notice if I used any of the present game modes (Hint: leave Game mode off) under game setting option, it would shut off Picture boost and I would have to enable it again and redo the entire process. I wish we could save our settings presets files in the monitor.
Bright Frame on
Frame size 100
Under Game settings,
Game mode is off (if u enable, it will disable picture boost mode)
set low blue mode to off ,
overdrive to medium ( If you have a very powerful pc like an intel 8700k or higher with an RTX 2070 or higher , u might want to leave the overdrive setting off, it adds a lot of input lag and u don't really have that much blurriness with a very powerful pc and gpu.)
Freesync to On
Contrast is 45
Brightness is 95 (lower it if you like)
Eco mode standard
Gamma set to gamma 2
DCR is off
Under Color Setup
Color Temp is set to User
Red is 43
Green is 48
Blue is 49
shadow control 50
Once I setup this config, I can now fully say that this monitor is a must buy and I am now totally loving it. playing games on it has been very immersive and u just cant go wrong with this product. Once properly configured this monitor is amazing.
Edit: I just want to add that this AOC monitor is G sync compatible. I previously used a Dell S2417DG TN panel G sync monitor, I can say that I am having a much smoother and consistent performance with this AOC freesync monitor in G sync mode. The problem which nobody wants to address is that G sync on native Gsync monitors is broken on Windows 10 since last years Windows March update, the micro stuttering on the Dell monitor with Gsync was driving me crazy. I am having a much better experience now with adaptive sync on this monitor. Games like Far cry 4 and 5 are much smoother. I don't think this monitor will ever get official Gsync compatible certification due to the freesync range of 48 - 144hz. Nvidia will only certify monitors that are 30- 144hz. Even with that , i don't get below 48 fps unless the game is broken like Gears of War ultimate edition. All my games are running fantastic and smooth , u will probably need a minimum of gtx 1070/gtx 1660 ti or Vega 56/Rx 580/590 to fully enjoy this monitor. In freesync mode , the monitor automatically caps ur max fps at 144, u can't go higher even on powerful Gpu.It helps to ensure you have a consistent experience while game, native Gsync doesn't do this and u need to cap it yourself manually. Once again, no regrets with this monitor and it is worth the money.
Additionally the monitor came with some minor damage to the screen which looks like it occurred in it production. There was a dead pixel or two that I noticed and when I ran my finger over it I realized that there was a palpable, very fine hole directly over the dead pixels. Strange.
Other than the small damage. The monitor performed okay. Just did not fulfill my needs.
Ordered a replacement, will update if all goes well