AOC C24G1 24″ Curved Frameless Gaming Monitor, FHD 1080p, 1500R VA Panel, 1ms 144Hz, FreeSync, Height Adjustable, VESA, 3-Year Zero Dead Pixels

October 9, 2019 - Comment

24-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 23. 6″ VA panel, the C24G1 displays a super-detailed full HD resolution (1920×1080 pixels) at a screaming 144 Hz refresh rate and 1ms response time. crazy immersive experience the extremely curved design

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24-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 23. 6″ VA panel, the C24G1 displays a super-detailed full HD resolution (1920×1080 pixels) at a screaming 144 Hz refresh rate and 1ms response time. crazy immersive experience the extremely curved design (1500R curvature) wraps around you putting you at the center of the action and provides an immersive gaming experience. Wrap yourself in a pair (or three) of these frameless monitors for the ultimate curved viewing 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. AMD 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. what’s in the box236″ Monitor, power cord, HDMI cable, DP cable, QSG

Product Features

  • AOC Gaming 24″ Class, 23.6″ Viewable AOC Gaming monitor with 1920 x 1080 Full HD resolution
  • 1500R curved monitor (VA panel) wrapping around your vision for an immersive gaming experience
  • Rapid 1ms (MPRT) response and 144Hz refresh rate with AMD Free Sync for smoothest competitive game play
  • 3-Sided frameless design with ultra-narrow borders for the ultimate multi-monitor setup
  • Height adjustable stand for optimum ergonomics
  • Re-spawned: 3-year zero-bright-dot, 3-year advance replacement, 1-year (one-time) accidental damage
  • DisplayPort, 2x HDMI 1. 4, VGA inputs with audio Line-out for convenience
  • AOC low Blue mode and flickers for wellbeing during extended gaming sessions

Comments

Anonymous says:

It’s all in the Settings Override=Strong (Updated) I have a few firsts with this monitor, 1440P, VA, Curved, Freesync, 31.5″. Coming from a AOC 1080P 27″ 144hz monitor, I really liked it less the contrast issues of a TN panel. I also had the beef to move up to 1440P at this time.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…

Anonymous says:

Works great, other than this dead pixel… UPDATE: My monitor has had two more dead pixels crop up. AOC support said that this isn’t covered by their pixel warranty. I was told all three pixels had to be sideby side to be covered. Pretty disappointed with preordering this.—————I upgraded from a 1920×1080 60hz monitor. I mostly play games.The curved screen is novel feeling, but doesn’t really add much to my gameplay.144hz didn’t seem like a big deal until I set it back down to 60hz, at which point I…

Anonymous says:

This is an awesome product, only after it is configured properly (Hint: adjust Picture Boost ) : Edit (8/18/19): .Update your motherboard bios especially if using new graphics cards like RTX series and new radeon RX series cards. I had an issue with old board bios that resulted in improper resolution output on new RTX cards causing blurriness in games. This monitor at 32 inches requires a powerful processor to transition the screen pixels and graphics card to see it at its best. I recently upgraded my motherboard to an MSI gaming plus and also got an intel I7 9700k with my RTX 2080. This…

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