Samsung Odyssey G7 Curved Gaming Monitor, 32 Inch, 240hz, 1000R, 1ms, 1440p , Black

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Samsung Odyssey G7 Curved Gaming Monitor, 32 Inch, 240hz, 1000R, 1ms, 1440p , Black

Samsung Odyssey G7 Curved Gaming Monitor, 32 Inch, 240hz, 1000R, 1ms, 1440p , Black

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Unlike other models in the Odyssey G7 lineup released in 2022, this one is limited to a 144Hz refresh rate and doesn't feature Mini LED backlighting like the higher-end Samsung Odyssey Neo G7 S32BG75. It seems to be linked to VRR / adaptive-sync usage and perhaps more apparent at the lower end of the VRR range or where LFC is needed below the 60Hz/80Hz (dependent on model) minimum supported. There was very little difference across the whole screen with the image which was good, not much in the way of strobe cross talk to see.

In the event of a fault developing in the first 14 days of receiving your purchase, please get in touch with us as soon as possible, we will help you with troubleshooting and resolving the issue. Additionally, it delivers accurate colors without calibration and displays a wide color gamut in SDR.This should mean the screen is useable in a wide variety of ambient light conditions, including darkened rooms. It should be noted that we used the BasICColor calibration software here to record these measurements, and so luminance at default settings may vary a little from the LaCie Blue Eye Pro report you will see in other sections of the review. There are consistently fast and reliable response times across the whole refresh rate range, along with low levels of overshoot. You can see the pronounced screen curvature in the image above which is likely to be one of those things you either love or hate.

Performance during VRR (Variable Refresh Rate) – bearing in mind that the refresh rate will fluctuate anywhere from 1Hz up to the maximum supported by the screen (e. The Samsung Odyssey G7/G70B S32BG70 is a 32-inch, 4k gaming monitor that's also available in a 28-inch size, but it's a different product that doesn't perform the same. We have reached out to the Samsung product team for comment and feedback on this issue overall and will update this section accordingly when we have any response.As a result the brightness of the screen is not impacted too much, but the blur reduction benefits are minimal. The Samsung also has substantially greater height adjustment and can be rotated into portrait orientation.

When viewing a very dark grey font for example on a black background, the font almost disappears when viewed head on, but gets lighter as you move slightly to the side.However, we didn’t really feel this mode offered any benefit over just normal use (with MBR off), and the image didn’t look any sharper or clearer.

The support for G-sync and FreeSync will be very useful given the significant system demands of running a screen at 2560 x 1440 resolution and up to 240Hz refresh rate. There is a motion blur reduction backlight mode available on this screen as well, accessible via the ‘Fastest (MBR)’ response time setting. The measurements for luminance were taken using BasICColor’s calibration software package, combined with an X-rite i1 Display Pro colorimeter with a central point on the screen calibrated to 120 cd/m 2. However, in terms of gaming, the Samsung monitor has better motion handling thanks to its quicker response time.The 0 > 50 (black > dark grey) transition was slower, but at around 18 ms this was still not too bad and certainly better than many VA panels where it can reach up to 30 – 50ms commonly. It is this issue that has led to many graphics professionals and colour enthusiasts choosing IPS panels instead, and the manufacturers have been quick to incorporate this alternative panel technology in their screens.



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