|Item Height||17.3 inches|
|Item Width||27.96 inches|
|Standing screen display size||32 Inches|
|Resolution||2560 x 1440 Pixels|
|Are Batteries Included||No|
|Item model number||LC32G55TQWNXZA|
|Product Dimensions||13.59 x 71.02 x 43.94 cm; 7.66 Kilograms|
SAMSUNG 32-Inch Odyssey G5 Gaming Monitor with 1000R Curved Screen, 144Hz, 1ms, FreeSync Premium, QHD (LC32G55TQWNXZA), Black
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- UNMATCHED IMMERSION: Get your head in the game with Odyssey’s 1000R panel, which matches the curvature of the human eye for maximum immersion and minimal eye strain
- STUNNING WQHD: Your gaming world, now astoundingly lifelike. Packing in 1.7 times the pixel density of Full HD, WQHD resolution boasts incredibly detailed, pin-sharp images. Experience a fuller view with more space to take in all the action
- EXPRESS 144Hz REFRESH RATE: More than double your potential frame production, with the Odyssey G5. With a 144hz super smooth refresh rate, you’ll never want to go back to a traditional screen
- LIGHTNING FAST 1ms RESPONSE TIMES: A fraction of a second can be the difference between your destruction, or your enemy’s. With Odyssey’s grey to grey 1ms response time, you can be sure that you’re receiving information as fast as technologically possible
- AMD FREESYNC PREMIUM: Effortlessly smooth gameplay. AMD FreeSync Premium features adaptive sync technology which reduces screen tearing, stutter, and input latency. Low framerate compensation ensures every scene flows seamlessly
- AWE-INSPIRING GRAPHICS WITH HDR10: A kaleidoscope of shades brings game scenes to life more vibrantly than ever before. Uncover the secrets hiding in the shadows with deep dark blacks, luminous whites, and outstandingly detailed resolution
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-The curve! That curve is absolutely fantastic and will make it hard to go back to any flat screen in my opinion.
-Size! 27 or 32 inches is perfect for any 1 person gaming setup. (I have the 27 inch and its perfect, especially with that curve)
-Freesync (Gsync maybe)! Been using this on my Xbox, Freesync works no problem.
-144hz. Can't test this as my Xbox only goes to 60hz, but I'm sure it would have worked well with my Series X.
-Deep blacks and great "picture" quality. Picture is in quotes for a reason ill get to in a sec. Blacks are inky and contrast is good for a $300 monitor. VA dark room performance is better than IPS panels as expected.
The above all sounds good right? It checks all the right feature boxes, and sounds like the perfect $300 monitor right? Sadly, wrong! For really only one reason listed below.
-GHOSTING!!!!! The response time is AWFUL! Everything in motion smears! Hence the "picture" in quotes above. The screen looks great when a static image is displayed, but the second things are in motion its a smudgey mess. Instantly noticeable over my IPS 75hz Freesync panel. Absolutely disgraceful! There is no reason to own a monitor with such great features and high refresh rate when the ghosting is going to ruin any of those benefits.
Obviously, I would not recommend this monitor to anyone looking for picture quality or competitive edge. The 1 con far outweighs all of this monitors pros, unfortunately. Unless you're shelling out for a Samsung G7 monitor, I would steer clear of monitors with VA panels as well.
after trying a lot of games on this monitor I still Love it. the colors on this monitor are amazing, and the shadowing in games looks perfect. Now i will say i dont use the g-sync because of 2 reason, the first i dont like it cause i get some weird screen flickering that i mostly see in weird times like loading screens and such. which annoys me enough that i dont want to even try to use it. and the second reason is it cuts the refresh down to 144, which i also really dont like. the screen still shakes on my desk, and im still looking for a solution to this. it honestly is very noticeable with such a large monitor. but if you want a monitor that looks as good if not better then an IPS monitor with color, and you want 240hz and you want the fast response time. this really is the monitor to go for. BUT..... the little issues that im talking about i really had to put it to the test. if you open the box then set it up, set it to 240 and then put it on faster response, it will for sure blow your mind. at least it did for me, and the runs amazing with my 2080 TI. :)
I honestly expected more from Samsung, but this monitor was the worst I've ever owned. Whenever you scroll, everything dark or black leaves trails. You don't even need to scroll fast. This is especially bad with dark sites/programs such as Steam, and normal white pages with text. I've never owned a monitor that has been that bad. Even the 144hz line on testufo/blur busters had horrible blur to it. That doesn't happen on my other monitors. I tried a different DP cable and moving the port on my GPU, no fix.
Also, the HDR isn't good on this monitor. Turning it on makes everything kind of warm. It makes it look like you have the blue light filter turned on. Everything (especially whites) have a kind of reddish hue. It also causes all Windows text to look broken up and fuzzy. Running ClearText doesn't fix this. You can turn up the HDR brightness in Windows Color which helps with the reddish hue but makes the text and everything else look worse. Turning HDR off makes everything look "normal" again, but at the cost of no HDR.
The monitor also has a fair amount of backlight bleed. Not the worst I've had with a monitor, but enough to notice.
I will say that I don't care for the extreme curvature either. That may be a personal preference sort of thing, but it took about a week to get used to it. Even then I found it to be a hindrance in anything but games. Doing any kind of photo or video editing with that high of a curvature was a bit of a pain due to things sort of looking stretched as you moved out towards the edges. I think a high curvature like this would be good if the monitor was much bigger (like their 49" one), but a 32" is too small to be that curved. I have an AOC monitor with a slight curve to it which is nice. Also, the extreme curve of the Samsung monitor causes it to be really deep. So whether you're having it sit on your desk or using a VESA mount, it sits MUCH closer to you than a flat or slightly curved monitor due to the extra few inches of thickness.
I finally returned this today after owning for about two weeks. No amount of messing with the settings could fix this, so I've bought a different brand of monitor which (when it gets here) I hope will be better. Maybe I just got a bad one, but as it stands, I couldn't recommend this to anyone. It's inexpensive, but it's also "cheap". You're going to have a monitor for awhile, so spend a little extra to make sure you get a good one.