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  • Perfect
    1 year ago
    Note. The driver must be installed for best color rendering and contrast!

    Easy to miss because the screen "works" when connecting it. After the drivers, the colors "pop" significantly more.

    Can be downloaded here:
    https://eu.aoc.com/en/products/q3279vwf/support
  • Good
    1 year ago
    An nobrainer for the price. However, you see the pixels, 28 inches before the same resolution and it worked well, but yes, 32 inches have passed the "boundary" for visible pixels. Märk's most on photos and so on.

    Minus: Why should it be so difficult to manufacture a stable foot? Over half of all the screens I bought (ever) have had unstable feet. How hard can it be?
  • Excellent
    1 year ago
    Updated: 1 year ago
    Bought my two months ago. It's almost too big at first, but you get used to and think other screens are too small now. Can not imagine going back to smaller screens now. No dead pixels on min. Good picture, but the resolution is a bit too small for such a big screen to give a crunchy impression. Playing the most dota and it works well. You'll get a shock if you go from an old 24 inch. It was like picking up a TV on the record.
  • Perfect
    1 year ago
    Updated: 1 year ago
    Just got mine and like others mentioned it's very much screen for ~ 2200: -

    I use my in the job and viewing angle is a bit of a problem as text becomes a bit blurred at the bottom right and left, if I'm about half a meter away.

    Quite a lot of reflections too, in an enlightened room.

    A little startup after it has been in power save mode.

    It's not a great screen, but you pay too much space at a low price, and you'll get it!
  • Very Poor
    1 year ago
    A perfect size screen - 32 "is perfect for most of the time, except CS.GO

    The first screen had 4 dead pixels, got it replaced and the replacement screen has 2 bright red pixels and uneven in the colors, clearly more light on the right side
    Experience the foot as relatively wrong.
    But the most sad is that the connections are on a plate that is very badly attached to the screen.
    It seems bad that, as bad screens come out of the factory
  • Excellent
    1 year ago
    Really nice! Awesome screen for the money. Returning when I tested playing on it. Upgrades from a 24 "16:10 BenQ from 2008 :)
  • Very good
    1 year ago
    This screen is a cover!
    Take care before it goes up or down.

    Has been playing for two months now and is very satisfied. Have not experienced any ghosting at all on my ex. Rapp. It's no problem to keep up with fast fps games, which is the only way I use it. The 1440p is a true lift from 1080p.

    Required a little pill with the settings to get the right balance of colors and sharpness. There is a good guide online with finished color profile to download. It made the noise. Googla, you'll find.

    My has a dead pixel. However, there is nothing that disturbs me as it is not seen at all at gambling or normal use. But a star of it.

    + Price!
    + FreeSync
    +32 "
    + 1440p
    + 75hz
    + Stylish design
    + Discreet power on light

    - A dead pixel
    - No vesa

    Thanks AOC!
  • Excellent
    1 year ago
    Updated: 1 year ago
    Owned me for about 1 month and am happy. Summarized best as a really versatile display.

    + Price for size 31.5
    + Very good blackness, color depth and contrast
    + 75hz with 1440p
    + Good sharpness
    + Many image settings, in play mode, are FPS, Racing and then there is also an sRGB mode that is fully acceptable for editing in Lightroom. According to tests under 3 Participate in average
    + with Overdrive Weak-Medium I do not notice any ghosting in PUBG

    - Getting hot
    - No VESA attachment
    - Not raised and lowered
  • Very good
    1 year ago
    Updated: 1 year ago
    Like others here, I also bought the screen when it was on a campaign for $ 2195

    Plus:

    - The price! In principle, there is no competitor in this segment for what is offered, the closest is the HP Omen 32 for dual cost.

    - 1440p + 32inch is a cruel combo when you get high resolution and large panel without any
    scaling problem in windows

    - 75hz with FreeSync (The latter that Nvidia sadly does not want to support for instead to buy Gsync panels at overpriced)

    - The swords make it really fun for movie shooting. OLED is required to beat this.

    - Minimalist design that does not take a lot of space on the desktop

    Minus:

    - No raising or lowering rack with no possibility for VESA mounting

    - No USB hub

    - Problems with pixel update that others mentioned, which unfortunately makes it not suitable for the more serious gamer. Extra clear in dark scenes

    - Inadequate viewing angles despite VA technology (my BenQ GL2750HM as I came from earlier was actually clearly better here), which means that it is not recommended for photo editing. Could have been fixed if it used a newer VA panel from eg Samsung. Due to this shortcoming, the otherwise impressive contrast and color space offered can not be fully enjoyed

    Conclusion: Although the panel comes with some clear flaws, this is still a strong recommendation in the end considering the amount of screen you actually get for the money. Additionally, you will find it difficult to find a panel to use for the computer that offers better black without risk of burns.
  • Good
    1 year ago
    Updated: 1 year ago
    Budget screen, nice design but clearly cheap build quality. Recommended settings can be found on pcmonitors.info. The screen is not ideal for FPS, but for everything else it should work excellent. Good value for money on sale.

    Slow pixel response and ghosting at FPS. When scrolling white text on a dark background, the text becomes yellow, the same happens with horizontal panning in FPS games. If you live well with it, it's a bargain.

    Quality, I also respond to the fact that there are a lot of demo products on this screen. I had to return the first screen due to dead pixels and that the screen went into a quasi hibernation mode during loading of various games. Then the screen went black ranging from 30 sec to 5 min.

    Both issues were resolved by new screen and I did not actually install the drivers that came with.
  • Very good
    1 year ago
    Updated: 1 year ago
    Bought the screen for 2195kr. For that price, there is not much that comes close when it comes to price value if you are looking for a 27+ inch screen and 1440p resolution.

    No dead pixels on the screen and experience color reproduction is good after a little adjustment. The sword and contrast are the best I've seen on any screen I've used. 75hz refresh rate works well and gives a good flow in games that are perfect for everyone except the most dedicated FPS players. As mentioned earlier, the screen has some issues with the pixel update. Then mainly in dark game environments where you can see that it does not really matter if you look closely, which gives a little ghost effect. Some may live with it while others would interfere with it.
  • Very good
    2 years ago
    Updated: 2 years ago
    Unbelievably much screen for the money, did not show the world's fastest panel. Certainly ghosting we dark to bright pixel but not insane. 75Hz and Freesync make some difference to 60Hz You get a bit curious about what 144Hz had done, just playing on the screen, I would probably bet on something else. But for me who is exclusively playing strategy games, it's totally uncomfortable with 75Hz. No dead pixels on my copy what I saw. No excessive backlight bleed. But VA glow, it's good if you're disturbed so you can change the screen with a different panel type. Would say that this is a perfect budget screen especially if you have an older Radeon card with Freesync support.
    Bought for 2195kr, so keep it in mind when you read my review.
  • Very good
    2 years ago
    Updated: 2 years ago
    Just bought it on sale at 2195, - I have to say I am very impressed with the price.

    Set up the screen by recommendation here and use their ICC profile:
    https://pcmonitors.info/reviews/aoc-q3279vwf/
  • Excellent
    2 years ago
    Updated: 2 years ago
    Super pleased, found no screen that hit this in the price range max 4000: -
  • Excellent
    2 years ago
    Updated: 2 years ago
    Perfect size if you want a larger work area but about the same size of text and icons. Had a 27 "before but now 32" and QHD will be my default size on work screens.
    Have watched a couple of movies via media players and is amazed at the blacks - TN-panel had before. A little clouding but nothing i am bothered much of.
    Blank screen I see as a plus, since I do not have any strong light sources behind me - it gives less cryful image. Four different inputs to choose from. If your graphics card display port I would recommend using it to fully utilize the screen. Plus, both DP and HDMI cable come with
    Smart programs come with you so you can change the image settings in Windows and drop everything on the screen's small buttons.
    A big plus for the discreet LED indicator on the front of the screen.
    Satisfied! Bought it on black friday for 1995; -. But I would have liked it even though I had bought it at the regular price 3490: - at the time of purchase.