Product Comparison: Samsung C24FG70 vs Samsung C24FG73
- Good response times, but not the best - often beaten by comparable TN panels.
- Color reproduction is wonderful, great to code on , included freesync is magical and gaming experience at 144hz is amazing.
- Good response time and a good refresh rate and this fits the bill perfectly. The picture is clear and colours are vibrant.
- The 144hz monitor on this is actually an overclocked value- the normal default is 120hz, which is the maximum the HDMI ports on the monitor can output.
- The monitor stand is also really big and sticks out a lot at the back so don't plan on putting this monitor back against a wall.
- In daylight the screen looked bright and was my first experience of 144htz which ran very smoothly.
- Large enough to enjoy my games a little more, have decent colour and also have a fast refresh.
- 1920x1080 is a great resolution to game at when your GPU is only a GTX 1060 in a laptop.
- Colours were decent and the 144hz helped spot things quicker.
- The 144hz feels great, the monitor is extremely bright if you want it to be that and is really contrastic it is and I like that.
- Outstanding contrast levels and colour accuracy create vibrant life-like colours and deep blacks - best in class here, and well above competing TN panels.
- It's amazing. The contrast and colours are exceptional. The viewing angles are close to that of and ips and the refresh rate makes a huge difference.
- I didn't notice any real input lag and freesync is nice. The overall monitor has a clean design.
- A good mix between picture quality and gaming performance; and it did live up to its expectations. It is easy to use and is a solid buy for the discounted price at the time.
- This monitor is frustrating. Decent image quality, although viewing angle and colour depth is definitely not as good as an equivalent IPS.
- It has better picture like the ips monitor. I love it. The color is better and brighter, the black is darker.
- The curve looks really good and doesn't in any way make things look weird.
- This is a VA panel, so contrasts are way better than an IPS panel. The viewing angles are close to the IPS level.
- Blacks are good, and there is a good level of detail to an image. The quantum dot makes a difference.
- Picture quality was not the best but it was pretty good for gaming and work.
- Well implemented strobing backlight feature - leads to a noticeable reduction of motion blur in fast moving gameplay.
- Stylish and functional stand - allows for pivoting, adjustment of height and even for tilting to a portrait orientation.
- This monitor creates the best looking image of any 1080p/144hz/FreeSync monitor. It's a pleasure to use for gaming, some productivity tasks and watching media.
- Disappointing FreeSync range - Only 70 – 144Hz through display port (62 – 119Hz via HDMI). Competing monitors offer a much wider FreeSync range.
- The 144hz feature of this monitor did not work out of the box and still does not work.
- Gsync works nicely as well despite there is no Gysnc Compatability.
- Screen coating does a great job at reducing reflections without reducing image quality.
- Interface is so much better than on standard monitors.
- Only gripe is that you can only use freesync on standard response time.
- Controls in the back of the monitor are old fashioned, clunky.
- Colors and brightness are good. Plug and play on NVidia with display port, virtually no setup. No dead pixels and nice, crisp image.
- Easy setup off my HP Laptop with an HDMI port.
- The connectors on the back are convenient for me personally.
- This is an excellent monitor. Nice refresh rate and good connectivity.
- Really bad image ghosting, USB ports loose power. Very poor customer service.
- It has two USB3 ports, 2 HDMI 2.0b, Display Port 1.4 and 3.5 audio jack output which is quite enough for an setup.
- Even my laptop has both connections HDMI and also Display port.
- Use on display port to maximize the refresh rate to 144hz! Fantastic monitor, couldn't be happier.
- I found than on HDMI I was limited to 120hz and I had to use display port to get the full 144hz.
- Had to return my first one when the headphone port became faulty.