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The Samsung Gaming Monitor Launched It Features 240Hz Refresh Rate

Samsung's 27-inch curved gaming monitor, the CRG5, is now available in Malaysia at a retail price of RM1,699. That immense price is justified by the inclusion of seemingly every bleeding-edge monitor technology: 4K resolution, 144Hz refresh rate, G-Sync support, proper 384-zone HDR (DisplayHDR 1000), a colour-accurate Quantum Dot IPS display and more RGB lighting than you can shake a stick at.
Furthermore, a larger screen also means that the monitor will need to have a higher display resolution in order to avoid having a low pixel density and the abovementioned issues that come with it. As such, best be sure that your GPU can handle an ultrawide monitor before you get one.

The curved screen felt perfect for leaning around corners, the black equalizer made peeking into shadowed or dark corners easier, and the obvious high refresh rate made the ideal kill—a flick to the enemy's head—feel smoother and simpler to pull off.
All currently available monitors are also limited to 27-inches and 1080p, so the increase of processing power needed for higher resolutions isn't an issue, but you will need to be hitting 200+ frames per second, so you will need a very powerful video card (like a GTX 1080 Ti) to keep those frame rate numbers up.
The new curved gaming monitor joins Samsung's full line of innovative curved gaming displays, including the company's new groundbreaking 49-inch, CRG9 that 240Hz monitor immersesgamers in detail and colorwitha high-resolution super ultra-wide gaming monitor with a 32:9 aspect ratio, dramatic 1800R curved screen and HDR1000.

The CRG5 also features some optional in-monitor settings, such as a Game Mode that adjusts black gamma levels, contrast, sharpness, and color; a low input Lag Mode that is supposed to minimize delays between input devices and the display; and an Eye Saver Mode to reduce blue light.
In the case that you do actually have a rig that can handle 4K or merely plan on upgrading to a more 4K-capable build in the near future, here are the best 4K gaming monitors currently available. MLG gamers will go 240 Hz TN as usual, everyone else will buy 165-175 Hz IPS or wait for 240 Hz IPS.

The Samsung LC24FG73 144Hz monitor we've chosen is built around a VA panel, and therefore offers better colour accuracy, viewing angles and contrast than more common TN alternatives. Blistering native refresh rate over a DisplayPort conection. And now, we step up from FHD to QHD with AOC Q2778VQE , a gaming monitor made by a lesser-known but highly specialized Taiwanese company that has a great track record when it comes to monitors and TVs alike.
The full HD (1,920 x1,080 pixels) monitor uses a VA panel with a 3,000:1 contrast ratio for deeper blacks and brighter whites, offering improved detail even in the darkest sections of a game. At E3 2019 gaming convention , Samsung announced their first-ever 240 Hz gaming monitor.
This brings bright colors and better contrast tratios to a 240 Hz monitor, the colors can be preferred over a TN panel for many players, including more casual players who would love less motion blur on a VA. Of course, the monitor retains the same 144 Hz refresh rate, although the response time is a bit higher at 2ms instead of the usual 1ms.

AMD FreeSync - Once again, an indispensable feature for any performance-oriented monitor, FreeSync is here to ensure a smooth 240 Hz gaming experience that is free of any stuttering or screen tearing. When it comes to gaming monitors, bigger is almost always better.

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