Product Comparison: Samsung C32HG70-1 vs Samsung C27HG70
- In daylight the screen looked bright and was my first experience of 144htz which ran very smoothly.
- Games look amazing at 1440p RGB 8 bit Colour (full dynamic range).
- Films on this 32" look as good as they do on a Samsung TV.
- The monitor performs well with games even with a Nvidia Card, has 3 options for refresh rate - 60, 120, 144hz.
- The 144hz refresh rate is great and the difference is noticeable even whenever moving the mouse across the screen.
- 144Hz looks amazing. Anything less now looks terrible to me.
- 144hz Samsung running perfectly in tandem with LG Super Wide at75hz.
- This is my first monitor above 60Hz but my second 1440p monitor. And I'm surely happy that i take this one.
- The 2560x1440 resolution is perfect for productivity and just having much more space to work with.
- The refresh rate is butter smooth as is the Freesync.
- The color is better and brighter, the black is darker.
- The curvature and size definitely help with immersion. Great colours, great contrast.
- The curve is perfect and makes the viewing even better.
- It is really bright and the colours are great, works both for movies or games when you turn on gaming mode.
- The image quality is crystal clear, stays pin sharp even in fast-moving games.
- This is a VA panel, so contrasts are way better than an IPS panel. The viewing angles are close to the IPS level.
- Being a VA screen the image quality is very good. Deep blacks and rich colours.
- Viewing angle is ok. I can see slight discoloration on the edges of the screen, around an inch in before it goes back to normal.
- It looks great, even better in my opinion than my IPS and my TN now sits in the corner in shame because it looks so bad.
- The image is sharp and the curved display is impressive and the colours is rich.
- G-SYNC works flawlessly on Nvidia cards. I can see the screen running at 144hz or thereabouts on games im playing
- There are three programmable button's to save your screen presets like movie mode, game mode, and eye saver.
- There's an easy to activate "Eye Saver Mode" which is help me a lot.
- The stand is huge and didn't leave much room for a keyboard and mouse.
- The HDR only works in freesync 2 mode, making the 120hz and 144hz options pointless.
- The monitor came without dead pixels and using the latest AMD driver and monitor firmware there is no ghosting or flickering purple lines.
- Three programmable buttons on the bottom of the display make it very easy to switch between preferences.
- The stand is brilliant if your desk is big enough. It provides full control of height, tilt and rotation.
- HDR is hit and miss because poor Windows implementation and just few games supporting it.
- The stand is quite massive so you will want to check your desk's size before buying this.
- It works almost plug and play with Xbox one X.
- It has 2x 2.1HDMI ports, and 1x DisplayPort which I use for the PC.
- The 2 HDMI I use for regular PS4 and PC which looks great on this monitor.
- HDR not compatible with 9 series GTX on display port 1.2 as this older version of DP doesn't pass HDR metadata.
- The HDMI only supports freesync 2 upto 100hz, not 120hz.
- It has two USB 3 ports, 2 HDMI 2.0b, Displayport 1.4 and 3.5 audio jack output which is quite good and enough.
- I hooked it up to my PC and play-station and having a blast with super quality image.
- Awesome image with 144Hz refresh when hooked with displayport.
- Ps4 upscales from 1440p to 4k so well you can't tell the difference. Plus hdr looks beautiful. Can't wait to connect my new the Xbox one x Now!
- Lot of connections and convenient to plug them. 100% good quality.