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[Canada Computers] AOC 31.5" 1440p 10-bit IPS 75Hz Freesync [299.99]

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Sr. Member
May 23, 2008
739 posts
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Gtown ON
I got one yesterday and I cannot adjust brightness and contrast in the OSD menu. Anyone else has this problem? Thanks.
Newbie
Jun 4, 2018
96 posts
62 upvotes
Huge caveat on this monitor: It appears to be a VA panel.

I've accidentally purchased and then returned a couple of VA panels in the past because of nasty viewing angles.

IMO, a 60Hz IPS display looks better than any VA monitor, anyday.
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Jan 12, 2017
10335 posts
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Scarberia
vane4665 wrote: Huge caveat on this monitor: It appears to be a VA panel.

I've accidentally purchased and then returned a couple of VA panels in the past because of nasty viewing angles.

IMO, a 60Hz IPS display looks better than any VA monitor, anyday.
not if u go from 1080p 24in IPS to 32 inch VA 1440p! big improvement imo if u goto VA, i find the viewing angles pretty much the same. i prolly have bad eyes lol
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Newbie
Jun 4, 2018
96 posts
62 upvotes
That's a fair point. My current monitor is a BenQ 32" 4K IPS display (60Hz). Seems just fine in games to me.
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Nov 14, 2013
1701 posts
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Moncton
I feel a little burned with my gsync monitor now, I know gsync monitors are still superior but freesync is quite good itself.
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Nov 14, 2013
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Moncton
vane4665 wrote: Huge caveat on this monitor: It appears to be a VA panel.

I've accidentally purchased and then returned a couple of VA panels in the past because of nasty viewing angles.

IMO, a 60Hz IPS display looks better than any VA monitor, anyday.
I much prefer va for gaming.
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Feb 24, 2018
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I endorse this monitor for productivity, but it doesn't hold a candle to the LG 144Hz panel for fast paced gaming.

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Jr. Member
Nov 11, 2010
131 posts
47 upvotes
Montreal
vane4665 wrote: Huge caveat on this monitor: It appears to be a VA panel.

I've accidentally purchased and then returned a couple of VA panels in the past because of nasty viewing angles.

IMO, a 60Hz IPS display looks better than any VA monitor, anyday.
Reviews all say that it’s an IPS panel... anyone know what it is??? Im considering buying it given price vs other screens... reviews are decent...
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Feb 27, 2009
21 posts
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kitchener
vane4665 wrote: Huge caveat on this monitor: It appears to be a VA panel.

I've accidentally purchased and then returned a couple of VA panels in the past because of nasty viewing angles.

IMO, a 60Hz IPS display looks better than any VA monitor, anyday.
https://www.amazon.com/AOC-Q3279VWFD8-M ... B07CG41Y8Z

Its ips bro, lol!
No idea where you get info from but google fu is weak with this one.

100% IPS.
Deal Addict
Nov 12, 2015
3044 posts
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This one or the ET322QU posted for 299.99$ as well?
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Jun 15, 2004
1140 posts
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Toronto
Can someone with some current technical excellence inform me if I'll have any issues using this size monitor and resolution with a surface tablet? I need a monitor to work from home and not sure if a 32 inch 1440p os overkill. Additionally I don't know if the surface tablet can output to this resolution without imploding? I'm fairly certain the surface tablets don't come with super high end graphics cards. Would like some input. I haven't owned a monitor for years and just need a quick opinion so I don't wallow too long and miss this deal.

Thanks!

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