Samsung Odyssey G9 Gaming Monitor
Welcome to Templintech. Technology is moving so fast these days. Now if you go out to buy a new electronic device within weeks. If not days you’re going to start to feel this thing as gone outdated and it’s true. But that’s not the case with Samsung’s. That latest 49 inch monstrous the gaming monitor (Samsung G9). And I say this because in order to use this beast in its full capacity there might not be a gaming rig powerful enough to keep up with it yet ladies and gentlemen of this is the Samsung Odyssey G9.
Samsung G9 Specs / Features
This is the world’s first 1000R curved QLED screen with a 32:9 aspect ratio. But the best part of this huge display is its 240 Hertz refresh rate and 1000 nits brightness. Which means you can play games at 240 FPS. But finding the rig that can push latest games at 240 Hertz might be a challenge. Because let’s say your gaming setup is powered by Intel’s 9th generation Core i7 or Core i9. And if your rig is equipped with something like one of the top and graphics card right now like the RTX 2080 TI. Still you’re gonna have to dial down the graphic settings of your favorite games in order to make them play at 240 FPS.
Because this display is the 49 inch and 32:9 aspect ratio. Which means it’s essentially having to 24 inch monitors both 16:9 aspect ratio and you know kind of like fusing them together in order to make one seamless curved display which means it will be demanding twice as much power from your PC now even if you’re not running this thing at 240 Hertz you can still take advantage office 1440p ultra sharp resolution it’s definitely not a shot as a 4k display but definitely a lot better than the 1080p.
So Samsung G9 also features a one millisecond response time. And support for both AMD free-sync 2 and Nvidia G-sync. Which is basically everything which a gamer could want from a monitor today and tomorrow but this also means that the Samsung g9 monitor can be carrying a hefty price tag when it shifts on later this year the back of this monitor is very futuristic very sci-fi looking it features a big round LED which and changes colors kind of looks like an arc reactor so this was everything on the latest and the greatest curved QLED monitor by Samsung the Odyssey g9.
Why did Samsung name it 1000 R?
Which you find your fairly common in gaming monitors these days on top of that the 1000 R curvature. means that this monitor can fully cover your field of vision the R stands for the radius and 1000 is 4 millimeters and the bigger you go with the R numbers the less curved it will be an option now 1800 R is as much curved as a monitor could get so Samsung coming up with a 1000 R curvature is fairly significant now the 1 meter radius also means that the screen should look best when you’re sitting about 1 meter away from it.
Which actually is you know give and take the same distance which you normally puts it away from your monitor anyway and this is what’s happening here where curve technology has finally come to a point it matches your eyes your desktop setters for best results.
Which would you like to buy?
The 49-inch Samsung Odyssey G9 costs $1,699, 32-inch Odyssey G7 costs $799.99 and the 27-inch G7 costs $699.99. “These three monitors are QLED not a simple LCD”
“Let me know what you guys think if you have any questions please feel free to ask also.”