Samsung is a latest entrant to the gaming peripheral market, having made their debut with the 24-inch cfg70 144hz gaming monitor solely in 2016. Though Samsung and shows are a pure match and their gaming monitor lineup did fairly properly with Samsung diversifying their choices by the years. Come 2020 they may go weapons blazing and launch two new lineups at CES.
The G7 Line-Up (32” and 27”)
The G7 has been utterly redesigned with a glossy, matte black exterior and color-changing rear core lighting that may stay static or dim throughout gameplay, in addition to change colours primarily based on avid gamers’ preferences. As well as, the G7 has added dynamic shapes and lighting to the monitor`s entrance bezel.
Proper off the bat each of those screens are 240Hz at 1440p (QHD), which clearly is insane. There are additionally 1440p 240Hz screens from different producers, particularly Lenevo and Hp, however each of their screens are primarily based on TN panels.
These screens are nevertheless primarily based on an HDR600 VA panel so that you get higher colours albeit with a small hit on response occasions. Speaking about response occasions, these screens will each be G-Sync and FreeSync 2 appropriate.
As with most Samsung gaming screens, these are additionally curved, however at a really aggressive 1000R curvature. Samsung principally presents a 1800R curvature in its customary gaming screens, however they’re decreasing it with consecutive fashions. This may principally come down to private style as there are professionals and cons to each these approaches.
The G9 Line-Up (49”)
This would be the World’s first QHD monitor with a 240Hz refresh price. I didn’t count on to see the phrases QHD and 240Hz in a single paragraph for a very long time, not to mention in 2020, however right here it’s. Though this does make me fear about bandwidth limitations as Show port 1.four maxes out at 4K 144Hz utilizing DSC. The G9 might be utilizing the Show port 2.zero customary or Samsung has some customized resolution in place.
Sure! each G-Sync and Freesync 2 are supported.
With a 32:9 facet ratio, it mimics Samsung’s CHG90 in kind issue, though the G9 appears to be vastly superior, at the least on paper. The G9 has extra pixels in comparison with the CHG90, it additionally maxes out at 240Hz in comparison with the CHG90’s 144Hz. The G9 additionally has a extra aggressive 1000R curve and in contrast to the smaller screens, this will probably be noticeable resulting from its dimension.
This monitor additionally has a really peculiar decision of 5120 × 1440, which is a type of 5K however you may higher describe it as two 1440p screens glued collectively. Once more, you get to see a QLED VA panel right here however with HDR1000 assist (Which means a Peak Brightness of 1000 nits).
Pricing and Availability
The G7 lineup is actually engaging, the opposite few screens at 1440p 240Hz run TN panels, but when somebody desires to go for the same configuration they wouldn’t have compromise on coloration accuracy now. 1440p isn’t a straightforward decision to drive and only a few video games will even cross the 144hz mark (aside from a couple of E-Sports activities titles). In case you are somebody who desires a monitor for media consumption and a mixture of esports and AAA titles, then this monitor might be a superb choose given its versatility. However I wouldn’t touch upon the worth proposition given Samsung is but to cost these screens.
Coming to the G9 lineup, it’s in contrast to something we’ve got seen earlier than. 5K at 240Hz is unfathomable and you would need to drop decision in most video games to even hit these frames. Samsung’s CHG90 all the time stays a very good choice at $1000 USD however for somebody seeking to purchase the newest and best in tech, the G9 is the place it’s at.
There’s no launch date but however when you occur to be at CES, you may examine them out on the Central Corridor (Sales space #15006).