AOC Agon AG353UCG Vs AG352UCG6 Comparison

AOC has released a new 35″ AGON AG353UCG monitor that boasts a curved HDR display with a 200Hz refresh rate and 1000 nit brightness. Just like AG352UCG6, the new AG353UCG features a 3440 x 1440 UWQHD resolution with 8 bit color depth and a widescreen 21:9 aspect ratio. In comparison, the new AOC AG353UCG outshines AG352UCG6 substantially due to higher refresh rate, more brightness, wider color gamut, greater contrast ratio, and lower response time.

Differences Between AOC AGON AG353UCG and AG352UCG6

Response Time and Refresh Rate

Unlike AG352UCG6, the new AG353UCG now features a lower 2ms GtG response time instead of 4 ms resulting in sharp visuals without ghosting. Furthermore, the jump from 120Hz to 200Hz refresh rate makes a significant difference in terms of motion blur. Complementing that, the Nvidia G-Sync Ultimate ensures smooth gaming experience gaming eliminating stutter and tearing effects.

Color Gamut

With the help of Quantum Dot technology, the VA panel of the AGON AG353UCG is able to deliver vivid visuals. Not just gamers, even content creators will enjoy the wide color space this monitor offers. At maximum, AG353UCG supports a 90% DCI-P3, 128% sRGB, and 95% RGB color gamut. This makes it a nice choice for video and photo editing applications.

Brightness and Contrast

AOC AGON AG353UCG comes with VESA DisplayHDR 1000 support that makes it capable of reaching 1000 nits peak brightness (700 nits more than AG352UCG6). Additionally, the HDR support also helps the AG353UCG to achieve a better dynamic contrast ratio (80M:1) than AG352UCG6 (50M:1).

Connectivity Difference between AOC AGON AG353UCG and AG352UCG6

In terms of connectivity, AOC AG353UCG supports newer generation connections like HDMI 2.0, DP 1.4, and USB 3.1 (Gen1) Ports. Also, it offers two more USB slots than AG352UCG6. In addition, it comes with a single audio input and a 3.5 headphone output jack.

Built-in Speakers

Expect the new AOC AG353UCG to sound much better than AG352UCG6 as it utilizes two 8-watt speakers instead of 2 watts.

Power

AOC AGON AG353UCG draws 125W of power which is a lot more than AG352UCG6 that consumes only 70W. But the powerful features such as 200Hz refresh rate, 1000 cd/m² brightness, etc. justify the power draw.

AOC Agon AG353UCG Vs AG352UCG6 Difference and Comparison

AG353UCGAG352UCG6
Monitor Size35″35″
Resolution3440×14403440×1440
Bit Depth8-bit8-bit
Aspect Ratio21:921:9
Refresh Rate200Hz120Hz
Response Time2ms4ms
Brightness1000 cd/m² 300 cd/m²
Contrast (Dynamic)80M:150M:1
Contrast (Static)2500:12500:1
HDRDisplayHDR 1000N/A
ConnectivityHDMI : 2.0 x1
DP : 1.4 x2
USB : 3.1(Gen1) x4
HDMI :1.4 x1
DP : 1.2 x1
USB : 3.0 x 2
Speakers8W x22W x2
Power (On)125 watt70 watt
DimensionsHeight-542.66mm
Width-832.7mm
Depth-276.2mm
Height-587mm
Width-847mm
Depth-266.45mm
Weight (Net)13.75 Kg11.8 Kg

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