|Screen Size||49 inches|
|Max Screen Resolution||3840 X 1080 pixels|
Samsung LC49HG90DMNXZA CHG90 Series Curved 49-Inch Gaming Monitor
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- 49-inch monitor with super ultra-wide 49-inch screen with its innovative 32:9 aspect ratio
- Samsung QLED delivers purer, brighter, and more lifelike colors. Maximum Power Consumption 113 Watt
- HDR (High Dynamic Range) Technology. HDMI : 2 EA (2.0)
- Smoother Gameplay with Fast 144hz refresh rate and HAS stand
- Designed for Gamers with Multiple Game Modes
- Kindly use the link in the User Manual to Update the system software
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Ultra-large, ultra-wide curved screen
The ultra-wide 49-inch screen with its innovative 32:9 aspect ratio means you always get to see game scenes in their entirety, exactly as their developers intended. And the 1800R curved panel immerses you in gameplay and delivers cinematic viewing for movies and video content.
A billion shades of color
With Quantum Dot technology, Samsung’s QLED Gaming Monitor provides an extreme upgrade in your gaming experience. Quantum dot makes today's games appear more lifelike by delivering a billion shades of accurate color.
HDR changes the game
The CHG90 QLED Gaming Monitor features support for High Dynamic Range (HDR), so dark areas are darker and bright areas are brighter. See mind-blowing detail and contrast as bright blue skies share the screen with deep shadows and silhouettes.
AMD Radeon FreeSync 2 support
The CHG90 supports AMD’s new Radeon FreeSync 2 technology, which gives gamers a smooth HDR gaming experience with twice the perceivable brightness and color of that offered by the sRGB spectrum.
Built for speed
Blending its advanced motion blur reduction technology with its superior VA panel, Samsung has created this curved monitor with a super-fast 1ms MPRT (Motion Picture Response Time) that lets you enjoy unprecedented gaming performance without motion blur across the entire screen.
The rapid 144Hz screen refresh rate minimizes image lag and motion blur for smooth gaming, while user-friendly 60Hz/120Hz settings let you optimize monitor performance, on-screen display, without having to adjust it each time in the display setting menu.
Nowhere for enemies to hide
The 20-step Black Equalizer adjusts any game scene to the brightness level you want, letting you spot enemies hiding in even the darkest areas of the screen.
Play on and on and on
The CHG90 features an eye-saver mode which cuts down blue light emissions to a substantial extent. So, play on with reduced eyestrain and greater visual comfort.
Optimized settings for any game genre
Developed in concert with the Samsung Galaxy Team, the semi-final winners of the LOL World Championship 2016, the CHG90’s factory-calibrated game display modes instantly optimize black gamma levels, contrast ratios, sharpness and color value settings for any game genre, be it FPS, RTS, RPG, or AOS.
Game-style OSD dashboard & HAS Stand
View key game settings at a glance and adjust them on the fly to your preference using shortcut keys. The Height Adjustable Stand (HAS) provides precision positioning for the super ultra-wide panel to let you work and play in greater comfort.
Light it up
The CHG90’s audio-aligned Arena Lighting, located at the back of the monitor, adds to the thrill of gaming, getting brighter as the game’s sound grows louder, elevating moments of high intensity.
Equivalent to two 16:9 monitors side by side, the 32:9 super ultra-wide screen provides the ultimate in multitasking flexibility. Forget about multi-monitor set-ups — with no bezels impeding your view and a single power cable for minimal clutter, you can multitask in truly seamless style.
|Screen Size Class||49"||32"||27"||28"||27"|
|Resolution||3840 X 1080||2560 x 1440||1920 x 1080||3840 x 2160||1920 x 1080|
|Response Time||1ms MPRT||1ms MPRT||1ms MPRT||1(GTG) ms||1(GTG) ms|
|Refresh Rate||144 Hz||144 Hz||144 Hz||60 Hz||60 Hz|
|Input Connections||2 HDMI, DP||2 HDMI, DP||2 HDMI, DP||2 HDMI, 1 DP||HDMI, D-SUB|
|Included in Box||HDMI, DP, Install CD||HDMI, DP, Install CD||HDMI, DP, Install CD||HDMI, DP, Install CD||HDMI|
49 Inch monitor with 32:9 Aspect Ratio, Curved VA Panel, 3840x1080, Quantum Dot (QLED) Technology, 1.07b colors, 1ms Response Time, 144hz, Fully Adjustable Stand, hdmix2/dp/minidp/usb hub, 1 year warranty. Kindly use the link in the User Manual to Update the system software
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Looks very good, tons of work space, equivalent to 2 1080P monitors better for gaming cards than higher resolution monitors that require more pixels be pushed. Great for productivity.
Terrible customer service. Ordered mine directly from Samsung, noticed failed pixel day 1. 1 chat, 2 emails, and 7 phonecalls (1.5 hrs min each) across 5 days they finally tell me they don't do RMA and I have to return for full refund and reorder. Ok, let's go that route. I'm then told I'll receive an email in 3 days for RMA....OK.. when I get my email, I'm told that the backlog of RMA is so great it'll take up to 2wks to get my RMA number and shipping label. What?!
In this time, my monitor starts refusing to wake up, will not even show the BIOS. You have to turn it down to display port 1.1 even though my card supports 1.4. device seems to prefer miniDP and they sent non locking cables. After connecting a second computer to HDMI, now monitor won't show anything from ANY input. I moved the second computer to a TV, works fine. Only one computer connected, I'm now trying to resolve the issue, I go into the OSD, auto detect inputs is annoying and terrible, I change freesync settings and monitor turns off and won't come on, reseat power, go into OSD do it again, same issue! This monitor makes me hate Samsung, but when it comes to freesync, this is my best option especially as I wait for VEGA.
Their OSD looks great, but it doesn't matter if the monitor runs like crap. Is it worth 1500+tax? NO, HECK NO. Unless you're 100% sure and you're willing to deal with trouble, I say avoid like the plague. If your willing to fight the monitor until it's working and plan to never change the settings, inputs, etc. and you need the screen real estate for super ultra wide gaming with AMD freesync2, pull the trigger.
I've been working with Samsung Customer support since Sept 18th trying to get this thing replaced/refunded/repaired. It is now Nov 2nd. Still nothing. They've promised me an RMA label 3 times, first time telling me it takes 15 business days, second time, they were "sending a truck for pickup", third time, they didn't know what the other person was thinking and they were sorry, it would be 3-5 business days for RMA label, 4th time got supervisor (Rise ID:126) who admitted samsung RMA dept is having an issue for the past month and is having problems when trying to generate RMA labels and I'm not the only one affected and there is NO ETA of when my RMA label will arrive.
I contacted other teams was escalated to ECR who got me a service ticket for repair. Few days later repair ticket cancelled because they don't work on this kind of monitor. Contact them again, give ECR ticket, they try another facility, same issue, few days later they cancel the ticket. Contact them again, they want me to ship the monitor to the other side of the US for repair. NO, NO MORE. its been over 1.5months of trying to get my $1644.36 . I'm talking with ECR right now. I'm being told again, to wait for an RMA label again. I've emailed firstname.lastname@example.org (was completely ignored) , I've contacted multiple depts. I've used chat, email, and phone. Doesn't appear to go anywhere. Even after I get the RMA label, I'll still have to wait 2wks for a refund. so it'll be over 2 months that samsung has kept my money.
Ok so in December they sent someone to my house to replace the panel. 3rd party tech from USSI, guy is awesome. Panel replaced, dead pixels will remain. Uh oh. "It's either the driver board or ribbon cables. Either way, they'll just send a replacement". Ok, SGTM. Tech takes pictures for documentation proof. Get a reply shortly after. Tech leaves, they are going to replace the monitor. Great! Wait a week, what's going on? Call Samsung to check, Samsung cancelled the replacement. What why? They want pictures as proof of dead pixels. I tell them their technician took pics on their behalf and they have pictures. Ticket reopened. Wait another week, call back, same issue. Cancelled ticket again, same BS reply, I give them hell. They reopen ticket and apologized. They'll contact the tech. OK... Check again a week later. Closed again. I'm furious, I ask to be escalated. They send me to an ECR mgr. I give the ticket number. She starts reading, before finishing she immediately starts apologizing, she's shocked how bad this has gone and for how long. She finishes reading, apologizes again and tells shell handle it. It's the week before Christmas. Sure enough, I get an email and phone call to expect a delivery first Friday of January and they'll swap out the units. It happens! New monitor has none of the glitchiness, no dead pixels, main DP port works fine including 1.2 and up support! Monitor now wakes up appropriately.
It was a long journey. It's over. I still love the monitor. It was a PITA getting a working one, but all in all I still would have bought this Monitor.
DO NOT BUY FROM SAMSUNG E-COMMERCE! God help you if you have a warranty issue outside return time.
Installing this on a Mac and Windows and yet the resolution was only 1920x1200. It is supposed to go up to 3840x1080, but without a specialty graphics card or some other hardware, this will not work. I would wait until the technology catches up with the software.
My thunderbolt monitors go up to 2560x1440, the MacBook plug-in play goes up to 5K, So it would support this. However, it was not built correctly and I'm returning this. The mac will say it gets the whole resolution but puts it under "Low Resolution" mode. (it basically doesn't think the monitor can handle it)
(just a note: we bought this with our business account, that is why this review does not do not say, a verified buyer.) But mark my words. This is a waste of money if you do not get the full resolution.
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