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UK’s KitGuru, a technology website with an average of 2 million monthly visitors, just released their review of the AOC AGON AG353UCG. The website awarded the AG353UCG with the “Worth Buying” award and 8.5/10 stars. Overall, the tester was very pleased with the display and called it a ‘phenomenal gaming screen’.
“The AOC AG353UCG is a phenomenal gaming screen. It’s not absolutely perfect, with the merely very good colour accuracy the main chink in the armour. But otherwise there’s very little to fault it. […] This isn’t the first 200Hz screen we’ve seen in this format, but the ASUS PG35VQ is £650 more expensive. […] It has an active fan that is quite noticeable when there are no other background sounds. However, given that most gamers will be using a headset, we don’t consider this to be a dealbreaker, and the noise isn’t audible if you have music playing. The elephant in the room is the price. When you can pick up AOC’s CU34G2X for £500 to enjoy 144Hz FreeSync gaming, the £1,850 price of the AGON AG353UCG seems excessive. However, you do pay a significant premium for 200Hz right now, particularly when allied with NVIDIA G-SYNC Ultimate and DisplayHDR 1000 support. With performance similar to the ASUS PG35VQ, this screen will save you £650 if you want the best superwide gaming experience currently available. […] The AOC AG353UCG provides frame-perfect superwide gaming at up to 200Hz with G-SYNC Ultimate support, but you pay significantly for the privilege.”
Please find the full review here.