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AOC pro spuštění zakřiveného QHD displeje s 0.5 ms Response Time v 2018

Společnost AOC v překvapivém kroku oznámila, že plánuje spuštění nové série herních displejů AGON s dobou odezvy 0.5 ms v Q2 příštího roku. Displeje budou zakřivené, budou mít rozlišení QHD a budou se spoléhat na nový panel TN od společnosti AU Optronics. Monitory budou podporovat adaptivní obnovovací frekvenční technologie od AMD a NVIDIA a určitě nebudou levné.

Velkou otázkou tohoto oznámení je samozřejmě, jak přesně se AUO a AOC podařilo snížit dobu odezvy GtG panelu TN na 0.5 ms? AUO zatím tento panel veřejně neoznámil. Navíc vzhledem k výrazné podobnosti panelu použitého pro AG273QCX / AG273QCG a Acer’s Predator Z271UV (same size, curvature, brightness, ‘wide gamut’, up to 165 Hz refresh rate, etc.), it is possible that the panels are close relatives, but the one used by AOC features a technique that cuts GtG response time from 1 ms to 0.5 ms. Either way, details are unfortunately slim at this time, but given AOC’s bold claim, this bears further watching.

Otherwise, AOC’s AGON AG273QCX and AGON AG273QCG have a lot in common: both are based on the same 27” curved display panel from AUO featuring a 2560×1440 resolution, a wide color gamut (more on that below), very high refresh rates of 144 and 165 Hz, 400 nits brightness, as well as the aforementioned 0.5 ms response time. The key differences between the AG273QCX and the AG273QCG are different adaptive refresh rate technologies: the former supports AMD’s FreeSync 2 with HDR, the latter features a bit higher refresh rate and NVIDIA’s G-Sync (sans HDR). The lack of HDR on the G-Sync model presumably being due to the fact that NVIDIA mandates at least 1000 nits for its G-Sync HDR platform.

AOC’s AGON³ Displays with 0.5 ms Response Time
AG273QCXAG273QCG
Velikost27 "
Typ paneluZakřivené TN
Rozlišení2560 1440 ×
Doba odezvy pixelů0.5 ms
Barevný gamut‘Wide Color Gamut’
Maximální obnovovací frekvence144 Hz165 Hz
Adaptivní obnovovací frekvence TechAMD FreeSync 2NVIDIA G-Sync
Čas spuštění v EUdubna 2018může 2018
Obvyklá cena599 € (706 $)699 € (824 $)

Unfortunately, AOC does not specify what exactly the “Wide Color Gamut” support mentioned in its slides means. But given that we have seen a degree of DCI-P3 support on the TN-based Acer Predator Z271UV, this is a distinct possibility for the new AOC displays as well. Along those lines, one of AOC’s representatives said in a conversation with PCGamesN webové stránky, že nový TN panel z AUO je nejen rychlý a poměrně bright, but also has a considerably improved color quality, which the rep compared to IPS-based displays. The official for AOC confirmed that the panel still has TN’s traditional 170°/170° viewing angles, but argued that gamers would not feel it due to their usage model.

AOC promises that the AGON AG273QCX featuring the FreeSync 2 with HDR will hit the market in April 2018 and will cost €599 ($706). The G-Sync-supporting AGON AG273QCG is expected to be available in May 2018 for the price of €699 ($824). Keep in mind that since displays are based on brand new panels, their MSRPs and ETAs at the moment are preliminary and they may change.

Skutečný snímek prezentovaný společností AOC ve společnosti Gamescon má překlep: oba displeje jsou založeny na panelu TN.

Zdroje: PCGamesN (Via TechPowerUp).

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