Product Comparison: Samsung C27JG50 vs Samsung C27JG52
- In-game motion also very fluid. Setting Response Time to Faster or Fastest makes a noticeable improvement.
- At that price to get a 27” 1440p 144Hz panel is outstanding value.
- The 1440p resolution offers a lovely crisp imaging and the 144Hz is the icing on the cake.
- The added size and resolution make it far superior to 1080p gaming panels, and to get a step up over TN is a bonus as well.
- The 144hz and 1440P make games look great.
- Once you go 144hz you will never go back to 50/60hz.
- Set the panel at 144hz and everything seems to run butter smooth.
- 2560x1440 at 144hz is amazing value. The panel is a dream to both game on, and watch video.
- The image from this monitor is strong and with 144Hz refresh and 1440p resolution in a nicely presented package.
- 144hz and 1440p at 27" is the ideal eye candy monitor, I enjoy the living out of it.
- Image is crisp, clear, VA panel is deep and appears free of obvious ghosting & VA blur during fast movement.
- It is VA panel to boot quality, a lot better than TN.
- The curve is probably going to be a very marmite feature of the monitor, but one that I love.
- With the curve I can see everything on this monitor fine, and it provides a more immersive experience.
- I really like this monitor, the colour's are good, not IPS good, but better than TN.
- Picture is very nice although not stellar. Good for gaming.
- Colors seem to pop and its nice and bright. The screen does a nice job of handling reflections and looks pretty sleek.
- Its got a nice modern look with plenty of screen space. Im not a fan of curved TV's, but I do like the curved monitor.
- Curved screen feels very nice to look at. Highly recommend.
- VA is somewhat a middle ground. It's got good color reproduction and awesome blacks.
- There are lot of abilities to change settings to fit your needs.
- The settings are fantastic, and you really do need to drop the brightness down.
- The stand is probably one of the most solid stands i've had.
- While there is no Gsync or Freesync, it’s really you should be expecting to get.
- The only downside to the monitor is the OSD/on button on the monitor itself, just a bit weird in my opinion.
- While is is not AMD FreeSync or Nvidia G-Sync I see no tearing on games either.
- It works well regardless of not support FreeSync or G-SYNC.
- Games are smooth with no noticable screen tear, videos play well and working in Windows 10 becomes a lot more productive.
- Has volume control but no internal speakers. Volume control is for the headphone socket on rear. Pointless.
- No AMD or NVIDIA high frame rate or HDR support.
- The monitor has no speakers, but does have a 3.5mm audio out jack, which is very useful.
- HDMI 2.0 is the only one you will get 144hz from, so make sure you use the right ports. This is good as no useless ports there.
- Easy to get all the 144Hz of refresh rate with HDMI 2.0 connection.
- The lack of connectivity and no USB functionality are the only reasons I am recommend to avoid this monitor.
- Not included any form of USB functionality which I prefer to have in monitors.
- You get a full144hz from the supplied Display Port lead or from HDMI 2.
- With HDMI 2 and DP inputs, it represents excellent value.
- Solid connections, sleek looking monitor, great for gaming.
- First port of HDMI doesn't support 144Hz. Well, there are another HDMI that do it.
- Whenever I connect headphones to the monitor the audio is completely distorted.