AOC AG352UCG 3440 x 1440 100Hz VA with G-SYNC

The 3440 x 1440 resolution provides a highly immersive and rewarding gaming experience. Indeed, many users who have gamed at 21:9 and witnessed the impressive wide-FOV gaming for themselves would find it difficult to go back to anything else. For gamers with Nvidia GPUs, high refresh rates and support for Nvidia G-SYNC make screens like the ASUS PG348Q even more appealing.

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AOC AG322QCX WQHD 144Hz VA model

The number of monitors available with significantly higher refresh rates than the standard 60Hz has been steadily increasing in recent times. For those who like large screens but also appreciate decent pixel densities and want to stick with the 16:9 aspect ratio, the choice has been a bit limited thus far. The AOC AG322QCX, which belongs to the rapidly expanding line of AGON models, may be just what such users have been waiting for.

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BenQ EW2770QZ 27 inch IPS-type WQHD monitor

A lot of our recent coverage and the reviews we’ve produced have focused on high refresh rate models designed with gamers in mind. Some users, though, are looking for something more humble. They have no need or desire for high refresh rates and simply want a good all-round performer that looks nice and offers some useful features.

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ASUS MX34VQ 100Hz FreeSync UltraWide

Known for their stylish and unique designs, the ‘Designo’ series from ASUS find favour with users who like their monitor to look just as attractive when the screen is off as when it’s on. The ASUS MX34VQ embraces these aesthetic cues, with a light silver-coloured bottom lip and a metal-rimmed stand base. Central to this is a 5W Qi wireless charger, allowing compatible devices to be charged by simply placing them on the stand base.

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Philips BDM4037UW curved ‘4K’ UHD VA monitor

The Philips BDM4065UC and BDM4350UC are screens for those who like them big, glossy and with plenty of pixels. Aside from the slight size difference, the panel type really sets these models apart with the older model being VA (Vertical Alignment) and the newer model having an IPS (In Plane Switching) type screen. The newer model also introduced a ‘flicker-free’ backlight, which many users welcomed.

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Nvidia G-SYNC – variable refresh rate technology

Traditionally monitors operate at a fixed refresh rate – commonly 60Hz, 120Hz or 144Hz. When running graphically intensive content, such as games, frame rate can be expected to fluctuate in response to varying levels of ‘demand’ from the game or application. This introduces something of a dilemma for gamers in particular. They are forced to choose one of two main options that determine how the GPU handles its ‘passing of frames’ to the monitor– ‘VSync off’ or ‘VSync on’.

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