PC Peripherals Reviews


You probably haven’t heard of them, the fairly new company coming to the market of gaming monitors. Aftershock, they are an Australian based monitor brand making decent monitors for a fraction of the price.

I in particular am reviewing the X340, a 34″, 100hz curved gaming monitor.

Now before i go into the review i want to tell you a bit more about Aftershock.  AFTERSHOCK was founded in 2012 by a team of hardware enthusiasts, competitive gamers and IT professionals. In the many years since their founding in Singapore, Their team of master craftsmen and technicians have time and time again proven that they are able to deliver the ultimate boutique pc experience through a combination of craftsmanship, no compromise service and value. They don’t only sell monitors either, they sell Laptops, Desktops, Small form factor PCs, All in ones and even desks, so if you are in the need of one of those things i would highly recommend Aftershock.

Now to the review!

The X340 is a 34” ultra-wide design that is combined with a 1800R curvature for a visual experience unlike any other. The curve of the X340 envelopes your natural field of vision, creating a true cinematic viewing experience that will blow your mind. Throw in a blistering 100hz refresh rate and you have incredible butter smooth visuals that will redefine your in-game experience. It runs at a high resolution of 3440 X 1440.

Curve view of X340

The frame is made fully of metal and feels really sturdy and not like it’s going to fall over. The shell is made of plastic of a glossy white plastic with an aluminium bezel at the front.

It has a response time of 6ms or 4ms on their “overdrive”, It uses a VA panel with a viewing angle of 178° x 178°. It offers VESA mounting compatible with the 100 x 100 variant.

It does not have in built speakers but does offer audio pass through with a built in audio out.

Back of X340

It has 3 different inputs which include HDMI 2.0, Display Port 1.2 and Dual-Link DVI

It’s 3000:1 colour ratio and 16.7 million display colours-matches real world colours well.

It has pre-programmed modes for all your genre needs including FPS, Movie and Game

(Note: This is no way an endorsed or sponsored article, This is a loan unit from a friend!)

In conclusion, if you are in the neighborhood for a new ultra wide curved monitor and you want to brag about your patriotism to Australia then i think that you should buy one. I will leave a link below   


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