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List of upcoming freesync monitors

Talk about AMD's FreeSync and VESA AdaptiveSync, which are variable refresh rate technologies. They also eliminate stutters, and eliminate tearing.

Re: List of upcoming freesync monitors

Postby GitDat » 11 Jun 2017, 08:16

That CHG90 has me drooling :shock: The back doesn't look VESA compatible but the chart states wall mount support. I hope the strobing mode is adjustable for brightness :)
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Re: List of upcoming freesync monitors

Postby whitestar » 13 Jun 2017, 02:51

I noted these words in the marketing text: "The CHG90 also boasts a rapid 1ms response time, 144hz screen refresh rate, and advanced, four-channel scanning technology to deter motion blur throughout the entire screen".
What does that in bold mean?

Also, I'm wondering about the following:
1. How tall is it? Same height as a 27"?
2. Can the Hz be set in 1Hz steps, or are there only "set" Hz settings, i.e. 60, 75, 85, 100, 120, 144? That is, when not using Freesync obviously (I have an nVidia 1080 Ti).
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Re: List of upcoming freesync monitors

Postby RealNC » 13 Jun 2017, 03:25

whitestar wrote:1. How tall is it? Same height as a 27"?

It's about the same height as a 27" 16:9. The height of a 49" 32:9 is 13.3". The height of a 27" 16:9 is 13.2". So basically it's the same, except with more space on each side.

I don't know if the curvature plays into it though. The height might be wrong depending on how they measure the diagonal (straight or curved diagonal.)
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Re: List of upcoming freesync monitors

Postby Chief Blur Buster » 15 Jun 2017, 12:27

whitestar wrote:2. Can the Hz be set in 1Hz steps, or are there only "set" Hz settings, i.e. 60, 75, 85, 100, 120, 144? That is, when not using Freesync obviously (I have an nVidia 1080 Ti).

This is Samsung proprietary blur reduction capability -- someone will have to test strobing with custom refresh rates to see if it works.
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