For those who have built their own PC gaming, you surely know that one of the most expensive components is usually a graphics card, aka GPU. But in recent years more and more gamers are willing to disburse extra funds for monitors.
If you look at the specifications of high-end gaming PCs, it’s not uncommon for GPU and monitor prices to compete. Sometimes even the price of the monitor can double itself. One example is the following special monitor from AOC.
Technically, AOC AGON AG353UCG packs a 35-inch screen with 3440 x 1440 pixel resolution with super wide aspect ratio (21: 9). As we can see, the screen that uses the VA panel type is also curved, with a curvature level of 1800R.
There are some things that make it too expensive. The first is a refresh rate of 200 Hz, with a response time of 2 milliseconds. Second, the maximum brightness level is recorded at 1,000 nit, and of course he has pocketed the DisplayHDR 1000 certification as well as G-Sync Ultimate from Nvidia.
Third, AOC also does not forget to boast of the quantom dot technology that this monitor carries, which has a direct impact on its ability to reproduce colors more accurately. Finally, this fancy monitor is not stingy on input: next to the HDMI 2.0 port, there are a pair of DisplayPort 1.4 ports and four USB 3.1 ports.
35 inches, 1440p, 200 Hz, 2 ms, DisplayHDR 1000, how much do you have to pay for all that? In the UK, this monitor will soon be marketed for £ 2,159, or the equivalent of $ 2,780 if directly converted. As a comparison, the GPU RTX 2080 Ti, which is included in the luxury category, is priced at $ 1,199, less than half.