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AOC C3583FQ

The AOC C3583FQ will be discussed briefly. This model was the first step of the brand into this segment and is no longer readily available. In our Price Comparison we see it at one store, for 597 pounds / 665 euros. For this you get a rather dull looking monitor, but one with FreeSync and a range of 45 to 160 Hz. The AMVA-panel cannot be adjusted in height, as the base does not support this.

AOC C3583FQ

In terms of connectivity the C3583FQ offers two times displayport, as well as vga, dvi and two times hdmi: more than its successor. However, a usb hub is missing.

AOC C3583FQ

The test results show that this model was clearly not of the same level that AOC shows in the AG352QCX. The response times are disappointing, while the overshoot at maximum overdrive is way too high. We also measure a clear input lag. The colour quality of the C3583FQ is not bad, but the contrast is lacking compared with the other VA-models and the viewing angles are not as good either. Furthermore it clearly consumes more power. You might want to consider this model if you find it in a sale (for less than 359 pounds / 400 euros, but the AG352QCX is clearly our favorite.

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