Samsung C49G95TSSU LED 49IN ODYSSEY
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The Samsung Odyssey G9 offers an incredible viewing and gaming experience thanks to its gigantic screen size with a steep 1000R curvature. Without DSC, you’ll be limited to 120Hz at 5120×1440 8-bit color and 100Hz at 5120×1440 10-bit color. Price & Similar Monitors Moving on, the Samsung C49G95T monitor features a QDEF (quantum dot enhanced film) layer, which is responsible for its wide color gamut and strong peak brightness.
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So, you won’t be bothered by it unless you’re a professional FPS gamer, in which case you should be getting a smaller and faster display anyway. You’ll also find various pre-calibrated picture modes, including FPS, RTS, RPG, AOC, sRGB, and High Bright (for maximum brightness).
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Other displays worth considering at this price range include LG’s 48″ C1 OLED TV, the 42″ LG C2 TV, the Dell AW3423DWF and the Samsung Neo G7– all of which offer better HDR image quality.
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Both AMD FreeSync Premium Pro and NVIDIA G-SYNC Compatible certifications are present while the VRR range amounts to 60-240Hz. As long as your frame rate is within this range, VRR will remove tearing and stuttering. The Samsung C49G95T (Odyssey G9) offers an incredibly immersive viewing experience thanks to its huge 49″ 5120×1440 curved screen that’s based on a VA panel with a high contrast ratio, high peak brightness, and wide color gamut.The extra horizontal screen space of the 32:9 super-ultrawide aspect ratio is also very useful for productivity work, video editing, and gaming, but not all games support this format natively. At 240Hz, input lag amounts to only ~3ms, which results in imperceptible delay between your actions and the result on the screen. The pixel load was enough that ou r GeForce RTX 3090 couldn’t quite max the framerate at 240 frames per second (fps) but stayed around 200 fps, more than enough to keep action smooth. We noticed that with Adaptive-Sync on, overdrive became grayed out. We didn’t miss it though, because there were no trails behind moving objects. Motion blur was visually non-existent. We made use of the aiming points from the Game menu but missed a frame counter. FRAPS had to be engaged to monitor our play speeds.
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The Adaptive-Sync technology is supported, which provides a variable refresh rate (VRR) for compatible graphics cards. To set the monitor to 240Hz, you’ll first need to set it to 240Hz in the OSD menu. However, to get 240Hz at 5120×1440, you’ll need a GPU that supports DisplayPort 1.4 with DSC.
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The Custom picture mode works well for all content if you don’t mind a little extra color saturation. sRGB is there if you need accuracy or are a purist, but with 88% coverage of DCI-P3 SDR material doesn’t look oversaturated on the G9. And you can use HDR in Windows without penalty. The brightness control remains available if you want to dial down the output, but even with brightness set to its maximum, the Windows desktop never looked too harsh. The Samsung Odyssey G9 is based on a 48.8″ VA panel with a 5120×1440 Dual Quad HD resolution, which results in roughly 109 pixels per inch. Basically, you get two 27″ 1440p monitors side by side, without the bezels in-between.