AOC Gaming 27G2U - 27 Inch FHD Monitor,144Hz,1ms, IPS, AMD FreeSync, Height adjust, Speakers, USB Hub, Low Input Lag (1920x1080 @ 144Hz 250cd/m², HDMI/DP/VGA/USB 3.0)
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A gyönyörű képen túl, viszont azért az IPS technológia árnyoldalával is együtt kell élnünk. Így a valós válaszidő az 1 ms helyett lehet, hogy 3-4 vagy időnként 5-6 ms-re rúg, épp ezért a a profi esportolóknak jobb választás a TN, de ők úgyis a 240, vagy manapság már 360 Hz-es darabokat keresik. Cserébe viszont nem kell tartanunk a fakó színektől sem a rossz betekintési szögektől.
Három hétig vendégeskedett nálunk az AOC 27G2U, de már az első napokban beleszerettem. Egyrészt nem gondoltam volna, hogy ennyivel jobb egy 27″-os kijelző, a 24″ mellette már-már nevetségesen kicsinek tűnik, pedig ezelőtt egyáltalán nem volt hiányérzetem a méret után. Maga a monitor dizájnja is remekül el lett találva, épp ezért rövid idő alatt az asztal díszévé válik. Az elképesztő mennyiségű extra már tényleg csak mindenre rátesz egy lapáttal. One other note is that when you change to the User mode colour temperature setting the screen looks massively washed out and bright, as the RGB channels are all set at 100 by default. Once you’ve changed those to something like our recommended settings it looks fine, and delivers a white point close to 6500k. Further calibration using our i1 Pro 2 device made some final corrections and produced an ICC profile [ detailed report]. Contrast ratio was actually improved a little through using this User Mode colour temperature, now measured at 3166:1 which was pleasing. The brightness adjustment at the bottom end was limiting as we said above. One other observation was that yellow shades looks a little more mustard than bright yellow in visual tests, and we didn’t seem to be able to correct this from the screen settings. Response Time Performance at Maximum Refresh Rate 144Hz On the software side, the Q27G2U has a myriad of options, including a sneaky crosshair overlay (that I most definitely haven’t used in hardcore CoD…) There are also a fair few game modes that cater to different genres of game. I mostly sit in the FPS mode but they all add their own colour and screen tune for the best experience. I did spend an awful amount of time using the racing mode as well. I must say the modes cater very well to the big games in their respective categories.
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Equip yourself with twice the frame rate of other monitors and say goodbye to image stuttering and blurry motion. With a 144Hz refresh rate every frame is rendered sharply and in smooth succession, so you can line up your shots accurately and appreciate high speed races in all their glory. The Q27G2U is the higher-end variation of the excellent AOC 27G2U that we reviewed recently. Improvements over its counterparts response focused IPS display include an updated VA panel and a higher resolution of 1440p.
In a game like Sea of Thieves, the higher peak brightness, better colour and better contrast ratio led to a gorgeous and more immersive world. This is not the only area the Q27G2U will excel: In creative software, the VA panel has a clear advantage, where colour replication is king and fast response is second.Along the bottom are the OSD buttons. These are fairly easy to use but it does become quite hard to distinguish the buttons when feeling for them. The guide that is embossed into the front of the monitor is also fairly hard to see, which is both a positive and a negative. On the plus side, it doesn’t take away from the sleek styling but on the flip-side it doesn’t make it easy at all to navigate the menus. The buttons could have done with being ever so slightly more raised and distinguishable from what’s around them. dE colour accuracy (relative to sRGB)– the default average dE measured out of the box. This is always compared with sRGB and so on wide gamut screens you would expect this to be less accurate given the wider colour space The stand also allows the monitor to be fully adjusted in height, rotation, tilt and swivel. This means that no matter what your positioning needs are, the Q27G2U has you covered.
We will test and measure a range of aspects of these displays, although the main focus is on gaming as that is the target market for these models. By way of a brief explanation of what some of the results mean we thought we’d include this short guide:The Q27G2U also comes with a good amount of connectivity, including two HDMI 1.4 inputs, a DisplayPort 1.2 input, four USB 3.0 inputs including a fast-charging port, a VGA port and a headphone output. 144Hz options are available (depending on device) through HDMI and DisplayPort. It’s nothing groundbreaking, but it should be more than enough for almost any user. Contrast ratio – the default measured contrast ratio of the screen out of the box before any calibration or corrections