|Standing screen display size||32 Inches|
|Max Screen Resolution||2560 x 1440 Pixels|
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SAMSUNG 32-Inch G5 Odyssey Gaming Monitor with 1000R Curved Screen, 144Hz, 1ms, FreeSync Premium, QHD (LC32G55TQWNXZA), Black
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|Display Size||32 Inches|
|Resolution||QHD Wide 1440p|
|Hardware Interface||DisplayPort, HDMI|
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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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Samsung G5 Odyssey Gaming Monitor
Introducing the G5 Odyssey’s high performance line-up of Full HD and Quad HD curved gaming monitors. The G5 range hosts a variety of next level performance and visual upgrades, allowing gamers to pick and choose the model that’s right for the games they love to play.
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.
Unmatched screen resolution
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.
Upgrade Your Performance
Express 144hz Refresh Rate
With the Odyssey G5, more than double your potential frame production. 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.
Truly realistic HDRAwe-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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Introducing the G5 Odyssey’s high performance line-up of Full HD and Quad HD curved gaming monitors. The G5 range hosts a variety of next level performance and visual upgrades at a fantastic price point, allowing gamers to pick and choose the model that’s right for the games they love to play.
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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.
Something we mention about many of the extreme curves is that the curved effect will take time to get used to if you've never used one (curved screen) before. Some find that after staring long enough, looking off to a flat monitor results in the picture looking distorted for a moment (almost like a reverse fish-eye effect). So for multi-monitor setups, I'd say you may be best keeping them all curved assuming the angle works ok with your setup (desk, how they are mounted, etc). That being said, through time, your eyes should become adjusted and this should go away (if it even happens at all).
Is it worth it to go curved? When it comes to TVs, not until you get around 70" and above. We find anything smaller than that and you just aren't going to get much out of it due to the distance. However, with monitors, this is different since you are sitting right in front of it. 32-inches is the sweet spot for curved monitors. 27-inches at the smallest, but your eyes will adjust easier (in our opinion) to a curved 32 in our experience. This monitor fits the slipper and does quite well with this.
We found there to be an ever-so-slightly tint to the image, so you will be spending time within the menu to calibrate it to its best capabilities when it comes to color balance. If you take this seriously, make sure to use the proper graphics/instructions or calibration software to get through the process. You will thank yourself as this monitor has the ability to look pretty nice when finished. For us, we spent less than 5 minutes messing around with the settings until we liked what we saw.
It has all the right features for gaming, from refresh, to 1440p, to FreeSync. 32-inches of screen helps a lot as well. This is also the best size when it comes to video editing as you get to fit a lot of accessories/panels/tools into one screen while still being able to see everything.
We do like the menu a lot. It features a user-friendly menu to bounce around and make adjustments with. There is no question when it comes to how to operate it and it looks nice as well.
The power cable needs improvement as it doesn't feel as snug and locked in as it could be. We have seen worse though.
We plan to spend a lot of time in front of this screen, so we will make sure to update if anything else rolls into thought. For what it is though, this is a very nice screen.
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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. :)
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Samsung should not be bundling cheap cables with a premium monitor, but that's what they did! So I guess they deserve the 1 star reviews from less tech savy buyers who simply don't know any better.
Anyways, with the proper cables, all is good. However, buying this at $899 Preorder and then it dropping to $749 a week later is pretty disappointing.
The colors out of the box also were pretty poor from what a $1000 monitor is expected to look like.
The motion blur and input lag for competitive games is great, but what good is that if the picture looks like a $300 budget monitor?
Really wanted to upgrade my old monitor to this, but going to hold out for another 32" monitor with better picture quality. The price point doesn't justify what a monitor's primary function is: TO DISPLAY STUFF (in good quality!)
• The screen may flicker depending on the type of graphics card, the game option settings, or the video
being played. Try the following actions: decrease the game setting values, or visit the NVIDIA website
to check your graphics driver’s version and update it with the latest one.
• When using the Adaptive-Sync function, the screen may flicker due to the fluctuation of output
frequency from the graphics card. (This is right from the User Manual)