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AOC MONITORS

AOC offer unrivalled monitors for everyone from professionals demanding high resolution, high colour accuracy and an impressive set of features to style-conscious home users with unique, eye-catching designs and filling important energy efficiency standards with their business monitors and comprehensive ergonomic adjustment options.

Ans for professional gamers, they redefine awesomeness with their selection of Gaming and AGON gaming displays, which not only excel with their fast performance, but also with their unique designs and gamer-specific features.


 

Why No Gamer Should be Without QHD and UHD?

QHD is four times the definition of old standard 720p HD, meaning you can fit the same number of pixels as four HD displays into a QHD display of the same size, namely 2560 x 1440 pixels.

With a stunning resolution of 2560 x 1440 pixels, Quad HD (QHD) offers superior picture quality and sharp imagery which captures all those tiny little details to truly ensure you have the best gaming experience.

The difference between QHD and UHD is the resolution: QHD is defined by a display resolution of 2560 x 1440. UHD, on the other hand, can display 3840 x 2160. However, both feature a 16:9 aspect ratio.

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refresh rate

Ultra-fast refresh rate

A monitor’s refresh rate indicates how many single frames your monitor delivers per second. A 60Hz monitor shows you a new image every 16ms.

However, a 144Hz panel accomplishes a new image every 7ms.

Adaptive-Sync monitor with FreeSync or G- Sync technology

The afore-mentioned technologies are solutions that have been developed to improve your gaming experience by smoothening up what’s being displayed on your monitor.

They all follow the same approach: by aligning your monitor’s refresh rate with the fps delivered by your GPU, your overall perception of the gameplay becomes much more fluid thanks to the elimination of stuttering and tearing effects.

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response time

A monitor to match your speed

Simply put, it’s the time the individual pixels on your monitor need to display a change from black to white, or from one shade of gray to another.

But why do we care about black and white transitions when it comes to the beautiful colors of next-gen AAA blockbuster games, or the fierce competition of popular esports titles?

Well, between black and white there is a spectrum of gray that is used to display varying intensities of colors through a filter.

 

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