RTS, FPS, Racing, Gamer 1, Gamer 2, Off
AOC's 27" G2790VX is a no-frills gaming monitor with all the features today's gamer needs: 144 Hz refresh rate, 1 ms response time (MPRT), adaptive refresh rate with AMD FreeSync Premium. Vibrant colors and fast pixels delivered by the contrast-rich VA panel.
Want to watch a Blu-ray movie in full quality, enjoy games in high resolution or read crisp text in office applications? Thanks to its Full HD resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels, this monitor lets you do just that. Whatever you are viewing, with Full HD it will be displayed in rich detail without requiring a high-end graphics card or consuming a lot of your system’s resources.
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.
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.
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.