Samsung Introduces its First G-Sync Gaming Display



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Samsung has been a consummate maker of FreeSync video gaming screens, but at E3 2019 the business is lastly introducing its very first G-Sync video gaming monitor The Samsung CRG5 Curved Gaming Monitor is the business’s very first G-Sync display screen featuring a 27- inch, Complete HD (1,920 x 1,080) panel. Another first about this video gaming display is it includes a 240 Hz refresh rate, which should make it well matched to Esports games like Dota 2 and the Ninja Theory’s newly revealed Bleeding Edge

Unlike other ultrafast video gaming displays, the Samsung CRG5 does not make use of a TN panel, however rather a brilliant VA panel with “240 Hz RapidCurve” technology. By utilizing this type of panel, the Samsung CRG5 displayed more brilliant colors and darker blacks than any other ultra-high frame rate TN screen I have actually seen.

While playing Devil Might Cry V, I also didn’t witness any of the screen tearing that normally pesters VA panels. This is mostly thanks to the addition of Nvidia’s G-Sync innovation, which integrates the frame rate in between your screen and graphics card. Without G-Sync, images on the top and bottom of the screen might potentially display different images at the same time.

In terms of other specs, the Samsung GRG5 includes a 4ms response time, which is a little on the sluggish side as far as VA monitors go. The monitor’s common 300- nit brightness likewise indicates this screen isn’t fit for HDR material, but this isn’t surprising as there aren’t any 240 Hz video gaming screens that sport a peak brightness over 300- nits.

The 27- inch Samsung CRG5 Curved Video gaming Monitor will show up later on this July for $399

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Kevin Lee is IGN’s Hardware and Roundups Editor. Follow him on Twitter @baggingspam

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