CQ27G2 | AOC Monitors
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The CQ27G2 is the perfect solution for people who want to enjoy their games in QHD. The curved 27″ VA panel displays images of excellent quality with a 144Hz refresh rate, 1 ms response time, and a smooth FreeSync Premium experience.
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144Hz Refresh Rate
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.
1ms MPRT – Moving Picture Response Time
MPRT is an acronym for moving picture response time. MPRT technology disables and enables your monitor backlight during picture changes. Through the reduced time a frame is shown on the monitor, “ghosting” and “blurring” effects are reduced, resulting in a smoother, more “fluid” feeling gaming experience.
Enjoy the best quality visuals even in fast paced games. The AMD FreeSync Premium Technology ensures that the GPU’s and monitor’s refresh rates are synchronised, which provides a fluid, tear free gaming experience at highest performance. The AMD FreeSync Premium features a refresh rate of minimum 120Hz, decreasing blur and sharpening the picture for a more life-like experience. The LFC feature eliminates the risk of stutter in case the frame rate drops below the refresh rate.
Expand your view with multiple monitor set-up. The narrow border and frameless design offer the minimal bezel distraction for the ultimate battle station.
With 2560 x 1440 resolution, Quad HD (QHD) offers superior picture quality and sharp imagery that reveals the finest details. The widescreen 16:9 aspect ratio provides plenty of space to spread out and work, plus allows you to enjoy games or movies in their original size.
Curved design wraps around you putting you at the center of the action and provides an immersive gaming experience.
Height adjustable Stand
Raise or lower the screen to suit each individual’s height and seating preferences. The easy-to-adjust stand ensures hours of comfort.
Low Input Lag
Unleash your reflexes by switching to the AOC Low Input Lag mode. Forget graphical frills: this mode rewires the monitor in favour of raw response time, giving the ultimate edge in hair trigger stand offs.
6 Games Mode
Tailor your display to the game with a click of a button. Switch settings between in-built presets for FPS, racing, or RTS games, or customise your own ideal conditions and save them. The AOC Settings KeyPad makes switching profiles or adjusting features quick and easy.
AOC Game Color and Shadow control
Bring the battle out of the shadows with AOC Shadow Control and AOC Game Color! Adjust grey levels for better picture detail and brighten dark areas or sink them back into blackness on the fly, without affecting the rest of the display.
AOC G-Menu is a free tool that you can install on your PC to have complete customization paired with maximum convenience.
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31.5 inch0.5 ms2560x1440pxVA165 Hz
AOC CQ27G2 27″ Super Curved Frameless Gaming Monitor QHD 2K, 1500R VA, 1ms, 144Hz, FreeSync, Height adjustable, 3-Yr Zero Dead Pixel, Black/Silver : Electronics
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144Hz Low Latency
27″ QHD Curved Screen
|Screen Size||27 Inches|
|Display Resolution Maximum||2560 x 1440 Pixels|
|Special Feature||Height Adjustment, Curved Screen, Blue Light Filter, Quick release stand, Swivel Adjustment, Wall Mountable, Tilt Adjustment, Frameless See more|
|Refresh Rate||144 Hz|
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Monitor A OC CQ27G2 (AOK Kkyu27G2), manufacturer marking AOC?We have collected all the information about it,
This is a 27″ model with a resolution of 2560×1440 pixels (Quad HD (QHD) / 1440p). Matrix type – VA with W-LED backlight. The maximum brightness is 250 cd / m2, and the viewing angles are 178 degrees horizontally and 178 degrees vertically. Your eyes will be less tired thanks to Flicker-Free technology – backlight without flicker.
The static contrast ratio achievable within one frame is 3000:1. This feature is important. Dynamic contrast, adjusted by reducing the brightness of the backlight in the dark areas of the frame – 80000000:1. This characteristic is often a marketing ploy.
If you’re buying a gaming monitor, look at the maximum refresh rate at maximum resolution. In AOC CQ27G2, the frequency reaches 144 Hz.
When working with photographs or demanding accurate color reproduction, color gamut is important. We also recommend that you calibrate your monitor after purchase. NTSC coverage: 100%. sRGB coverage: 120%.
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|Company/Brand/Manufacturer The name of the manufacturing company. You can also view all products by clicking on the name.||AOC|
|Model The name under which the device appears in stores.||CQ27G2|
|Alternate name A manufacturer often provides detailed labeling for their products.||No data|
|Year of manufacture||2019|
Matrix size and type
|LCD panel Model of the panel used in the display.||No data|
|Size / class One of the main characteristics by which the size is determined is indicated in inches. It affects the size and quality of the image. Click on a value to search for monitors of the same size.||27″|
|Radius of curvature Concave screens are in vogue. According to manufacturers, this improves user immersion and increases convenience when working with a large screen. The smaller the specified radius, the more curved the screen.||2000 mm|
|Diagonal of the die For convenience, it is given in different length units (millimeters, centimeters, inches and feet).|| 685.8 mm
|Die Width For convenience, given in different length units (millimeters, centimeters, inches and feet).|| 597.888 mm
|Die height For convenience, given in different length units (millimeters, centimeters, inches and feet).|| 3 36.312 mm
|Resolution One of the main characteristics that together with the diagonal affects the image quality. With a large diagonal and low resolution at the same time, the picture on the screen will be of poor quality, the fonts will be loose, and large pixels will be noticeable. With a small diagonal and high resolution, the quality increases, but the size of elements and fonts decreases, which requires that scaling be enabled on the computer. Directly affects the demands on the video card. Click on a value to search for monitors with the same resolution.||2560×1440 Quad HD (QHD) / 1440p|
|Aspect Ratio The horizontal to vertical aspect ratio of the display. The most popular value is 16:9, 4:3 screens are becoming a thing of the past, ultra-wide 21:9 are gradually coming into fashion. Unexpectedly convenient for work can be 16:10.||16:9|
|Sensor type An important feature. There are 3 main types of matrices: TN, IPS, VA and their variations. Also, some manufacturers give their names, for example, PLS. Each type has its own advantages and disadvantages, choose according to your requirements. Click to find monitors with a similar matrix.||VA|
|Finish Available in matt and glossy finishes. Gloss is usually more saturated color and high contrast, but glare in bright light, you can see your reflection in the monitor. Matte displays have an anti-reflective coating that makes colors less saturated. Choose according to your lighting.||Matte/Anti-Glare (3H)|
|Monitor Effective Area A cosmetic parameter calculated from the ratio of the bezel to the display matrix. It is worth paying attention to if you are a fan of thin frames or the space on your computer desk is very limited.||89.39%|
|Additional information||Response time – 1 ms (MPRT – Motion Picture Response Time)|
|Pixel Density The number of pixels per square inch of the sensor. Affects the graininess of the screen, the looseness of the font and the optimal distance from the person to the display.||108 ppi|
|Matrix color depth An important parameter for those who work with color, for example, process photos. The most widely used monitors with 8-bit matrices. Displays with greater color depth and bit depth are significantly more expensive.||8 bit|
|FRC (Frame rate control) Technology that increases the color depth of the matrix. During operation, quickly switches pixels between color shades, due to which the user sees an intermediate shade. Please note that some people are vulnerable to such flickering, their eyes get tired quickly, there is a feeling of dryness. However, most people do not feel any discomfort, and the vast majority of monitors come with FRC.||None|
|Number of colors displayed||16777216|
|Color bit depth||24|
|Backlight Modern sensors do not emit light, so they need a backlight. The type of backlight affects the image quality, the correct display of colors, eye fatigue. In addition, over time, the backlight may degrade, distorting the color reproduction.||W-LED|
Eye-safe monitors without PWM
Manufacturers that care about your eyesight do not use PWM (pulse-width modulation) backlight brightness control, the principle of which is to turn on and turning off the backlight LEDs at a high frequency, resulting in eye strain. Please note that many monitor models provide adequate brightness control only up to some limit, below which PWM comes into play. Look for a review in which the absence of PWM at any brightness is confirmed by measurements.
|Brightness Maximum display brightness. All modern monitors produce sufficient maximum brightness. When buying, it is worth checking the minimum so that your eyes are comfortable in low light.||250 cd/m2|
|Static contrast A value that determines how much contrast the monitor can produce simultaneously on a single frame.||3000:1|
|Dynamic Contrast Mostly marketing and advertising. This indicates the difference between the maximum possible bright and dark color on the display, which is almost impossible in real use. Pay attention to static contrast.||80000000:1|
|Viewing angles (horizontal/vertical) Viewing angles at which the manufacturer believes the image will remain within acceptable quality limits. Be prepared for noticeable color distortion.||178 / 178 °|
|Maximum vertical refresh rate An important value for gamers. Shows how many times per second the image on the matrix is updated. The higher the refresh rate, the smoother and more comfortable the game. The simplest monitors give out 60 Hz, budget gaming 120 Hz, the top-end ones – 240, 360 and even higher. An intermediate version of 144 Hz is gaining more and more popularity. It is important to choose a video card that consistently produces a number of frames equal to the monitor frequency, otherwise you will not feel any improvement.||144Hz|
|Minimum Vertical Refresh Rate||48Hz|
|Maximum Horizontal Frequency The maximum horizontal scan rate, indicating the number of horizontal lines drawn by the screen per second.||200 ms|
|Minimum Horizontal Scan Rate The minimum horizontal scan rate, indicating the number of horizontal lines drawn by the screen per second.||30ms|
|Minimum Response Time GtG (Grey to Gray) High response time sensors will delight you with loops in action-packed movie scenes with games. GtG – the time during which the matrix switches the brightness on gray from minimum to almost maximum. Considering that all colors are displayed in games, it poorly reflects the real performance, but it is stubbornly indicated by manufacturers in promotional materials. Modern monitors have overclocking technologies in which the response time is reduced, but image artifacts appear. Overclocking functions vary among manufacturers, some really help, some do nothing but damage the picture.||0 ms|
|Medium response time BWB (Black-White-Black), BtB (Black to Back) High response time sensors will delight you with trails in fast-paced movie scenes with games. Average response time – the time during which the matrix switches from black to white and back. Modern monitors have overclocking technologies in which the response time is reduced, but image artifacts appear. Overclocking functions vary among manufacturers, some really help, some do nothing but damage the picture.||No data|
|Input lag (input-lag) Another important parameter for gamers. The delay between the signal from the computer to the monitor and the display of the picture on the screen. At high values, you will experience a delay between your actions and the display on the screen.||n/a|
|3D technology support Whether or not the monitor supports virtual reality. The technology depends on the manufacturer and type of screen.||No|
|3D Technologies Supported technologies vary by screen manufacturer and type.||N/A|
Speakers and camera
|Built-in speakers The monitor’s audio system allows the monitor to play computer-supplied audio over HDMI or another interface.||n.a.|
|Built-in subwoofer The subwoofer reproduces low frequencies for enhanced sound quality.||n/a|
|Additional audio features||n/a|
|Built-in camera The camera allows you to use skype and other messengers with video calls support without using an additional webcam.||N/A|
|Built-in camera resolution||N/A|
|Additional camera features||N/A|
|Built-in TV tuner Option that allows you to send a TV signal directly to the device . There are various formats supported by digital, analog and cable tuners.||No|
Networking and device connectivity
|Network technologies Network standards that allow you to connect to the Internet and home networks via wireless and wired connections.||No data|
|Peripheral connection ports Memory card slots, USB ports, audio/video connectors and other interfaces that allow you to connect a variety of devices.|| 2 x HDMI 2.0
1 x DisplayPort 1.2
1 x 3.5 mm Audio Out
SoC and OS
|CPU Central processing unit.||n/a|
|Number of CPU cores||n/a|
|CPU frequency The maximum CPU frequency.||n/a|
|GPU Graphic processor.||n.a.|
|Number of GPU cores||n.a.|
|RAM RAM.||No data|
|Number of RAM channels||n.a.||N/A|
|OS Operating system.||N/A|
Supported media formats
|Video file formats List of video formats supported by the device. You can directly connect an external hard drive or transfer the file over the network and open it if supported.||N/A|
|Graphics file formats List of graphics formats supported by the device. You can directly connect an external hard drive or transfer the file over the network and open it if supported.||N/A|
|Audio file formats List of audio formats supported by the device. You can directly connect an external hard drive or transfer the file over the network and open it if supported.||No data|
Power supply and energy consumption
|110 V network Opportunity to work in a network with a voltage of 110 volts and allowable voltage spread at which the manufacturer guarantees operability.||100V – 120V|
|Mains 220V Opportunity to work in a network with a voltage of 220V and allowable voltage spread at which the manufacturer guarantees performance.||220V – 240V|
|Frequency Permissible AC frequency range at which the manufacturer guarantees operation. 1.5 A .3 W|
|Sleep power consumption the sleep or standby mode that most monitors enter when there is an extended period of no signal.||0.5 W|
|Power consumption in ECO mode||n.a.||28W|
|Energy Efficiency Class An EU standard that indicates the energy consumption of devices. The classification includes the following values: A+++, A++, A+, A, B, C, D, E, F, G. A+++ are the most energy efficient devices.||n/a|
|VESA mount The VESA mount standard allows you to choose a mount or bracket to easily mount your monitor. There are both simple fixed wall mounts and expensive 3-DOF brackets that allow you to mount your monitor at the desired angle.||Yes|
|VESA standard Depending on the size and weight of the device, different mounts are available.||100 x 100 mm|
|Detachable stand Possibility to remove the stand, otherwise the “leg” of the monitor. It will be useful if you want to fix it on the wall.||Yes|
|Height adjustment (up / down) The ability to adjust the height of the monitor stand by raising and lowering it above the surface. Allows you to set the screen exactly at eye level.||No|
|Rotate to portrait mode Rotate 90° or more.||No|
|Horizontal rotation (left / right) The ability to rotate the device around its own axis horizontally. Replaced by turning along with the stand.||Yes|
|Maximum steering angle left||30°|
|Maximum steering angle right||30°||Vertical tilt (forward / backward) Ability to tilt the screen forward or backward for optimal viewing angle .||Yes|
|Forward Tilt The maximum angle that the screen can be tilted forward.||5 °|
|Tilt Back The maximum angle that the screen can be tilted back.||23 °|
Dimensions, weight, color
|Width without foot||612.37 mm feet||367.33 mm|
|Depth without feet||73.16 mm|
|Weight without foot||4.1 kg|
|Width with foot||612.37 mm|
|Height with foot 9 0033||398.6 mm|
|Depth with foot||227.4 mm|
|Weight with foot||5. 4 kg|
Features and additional functionality
|Features Device features worth paying attention to.|| Adaptive-Sync technology
Low Blue Light
Motion Blue Reduction
Storage and operating conditions
|Operating temperature range||0°C – 40°C 90 033|
|Operating humidity range||10% – 85%|
|Storage and transport temperature||-20°C – 60°C|
|Storage humidity||5% – 90%|
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