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AOC C27G1 27in Curved Full HD 144Hz

GoldenCape
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Hey just need some help to see if this monitor is good for its price because I'm building a mid range PC. Either 5 2600x+1070ti or i5 8600k+1060 6gb. Mostly gonna be for gaming and a bit of youtube, could do with an opinion on that to plz just need to know if this monitor will work well for this built. Gonna buy it from pccasegear, the link to full specs and price here: https://www.pccasegear.com/products/43412/aoc-c27g1-27in-curved-full-hd-144hz-freesync-va-gaming-monitor

 

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15 minutes ago, GoldenCape said:

Hey just need some help to see if this monitor is good for its price because I'm building a mid range PC. Either 5 2600x+1070ti or i5 8600k+1060 6gb. Mostly gonna be for gaming and a bit of youtube, could do with an opinion on that to plz just need to know if this monitor will work well for this built. Gonna buy it from pccasegear, the link to full specs and price here: https://www.pccasegear.com/products/43412/aoc-c27g1-27in-curved-full-hd-144hz-freesync-va-gaming-monitor

 

You can get that same monitor much cheaper from here https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/1436275-REG/aoc_c27g1_27_curved_g.html

 

Also I'd suggest going with the 2600x+1070 ti build and pair it with a good motherboard and ram.

 

 

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I was going to suggest a Samsung like this Samsung CHG70 32-inch Curved Gaming Monitor (144Hz / 1ms) (LC32HG70QQNXZA) but after looking up the prices on on other sites in Australia it looks like the one you selected is a better deal besides it is likely a Samsung panel anyways based on the naming. I don't know much about AOC but I've seen their products advertised and considered buying one before I bought the one linked on sale. 

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13 minutes ago, TheDankKoosh said:

You can get that same monitor much cheaper from here https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/1436275-REG/aoc_c27g1_27_curved_g.html

 

Also I'd suggest going with the 2600x+1070 ti build and pair it with a good motherboard and ram.

 

 

Yeah sorry Im in Australia so its more expinsive but thanks

The motherboard is the Asus - ROG STRIX B450-F and ram is the 

G.Skill - Trident Z RGB 16 GB (2 x 8 GB) DDR4-3000 Memory. Its like $240 in Austrlia and I got it from america already for $ 168 its was a great deal

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Just now, erikr_c said:

I was going to suggest a Samsung like this Samsung CHG70 32-inch Curved Gaming Monitor (144Hz / 1ms) (LC32HG70QQNXZA) but after looking up the prices on on other sites in Australia it looks like the one you selected is a better deal besides it is likely a Samsung panel anyways based on the naming. I don't know much about AOC but I've seen their products advertised and considered buying one before I bought the one linked on sale. 

Yeah its very expensive here and would like a cheap 144hrz, 1ms, 27inch and that one was relatively good. Thanks for the feedback tho

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@GoldenCape I do agree with @TheDankKoosh on the 2600 and 1070Ti; that would make for a powerful machine. I built mine a year ago and have a 1700 and 980Ti so your set up would be pretty similar for power, I don't think you would be disappointed especially know that AMD and the board partners have worked out the minor bugs with Ryzen. 

 

Good Luck and have fun, selecting the components was one of my favorite parts especially when finding deals like you did with your ram!;)

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5 minutes ago, erikr_c said:

@GoldenCape I do agree with @TheDankKoosh on the 2600 and 1070Ti; that would make for a powerful machine. I built mine a year ago and have a 1700 and 980Ti so your set up would be pretty similar for power, I don't think you would be disappointed especially know that AMD and the board partners have worked out the minor bugs with Ryzen. 

 

Good Luck and have fun, selecting the components was one of my favorite parts especially when finding deals like you did with your ram!;)

Yep thanks for the opinion your a great help with my build

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My vote also goes for the 2600(x)+ 1070 Ti.

 

Very decent setup and should last you a few years for sure!

 

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9 hours ago, Stormseeker9 said:

My vote also goes for the 2600(x)+ 1070 Ti.

 

Very decent setup and should last you a few years for sure!

Ok thxs for advice

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