Samsung Bring QLED To Gaming with CHG90 and CHG70
Today Samsung unveiled brand new QLED Ultrawide monitors the CHG90 and the CHG70. The CHG90 is the big boy in this unveiling with a 49″ inch QLED curved display with 175 degrees viewing angle, 1800r curvature and in 32:9 aspect ratio. This aspect ratio creates a unique display resolution of 3840 x 1080. The CHG90 supports HDR, and since it’s a QLED, it can support 125% of the sRGB color space and 95% of the DC1-93 color space. The CHG90 is also compatible with Radeon FreeSync 2, GeForce.
The CHG90 is also compatible with Radeon FreeSync 2, GeForce Adaptive-Sync and comes with a 144 MHz refresh rate and 1 ms response time. For ports, you get 1 display port, 1 mini display port, 2 HDMI ports, audio in, headphones and USB 3.0. The stand is an adjustable height stand so your able tilt and swivel the monitor to the angle of your liking. For gaming their modes specific for both RTS and FPS type games to get the before the performance when gaming. The CHG90 is available for pre-order now at Amazon for a $1499 price tag.
The other two monitors unveiled from the CHG70 model line with a 27 inch and 32-inch displays. The come with the same specs from the CHG90 but have Quad HD resolution (2560 x 1440), 16:9 aspect ration and no mini display port. They come with a dual hinge that lets you able tilt swivel and rotate them. Pricing for these two will be $599 for the 27 inch available at Samsung.com a and $699 for the 32 inch which is exclusive to Newegg.
Samsung Collabs With Content Creators For Optional Experience
Samsung is also working closely with game developers from Dice and Ghose Games to make sure HDR is working well for games like Need For Speed and Star Ware Battlefront II. “We’re delighted to work closely with Samsung’s monitor team to optimize the CHG90 and CHG70 monitors for our games, which is vital so that our new game title Star Wars™ Battlefront™ II, which will be released later in the year, can be mirrored on these HDR monitors the way our game developers intended,” said Oskar Gabrielson, General Manager of DICE.
“Here at Ghost Games, we always look at the latest technology that helps present Need for Speed™ in the best way possible and constantly look to push the boundaries. Technologies like HDR enable us to deliver an ever-greater emotional and immersive experience for our players. Samsung’s HDR monitors allow Need for Speed™ Payback to be exactly that,” said Marcus Nilsson, Executive Producer at Ghost Games.
We can’t wait to test this out ourselves. For now, check out the video for are visual look at Samsungs new gaming monitors.
|Resolution||3840 X 1080||2560 x 1440||2560 x 1440|
|Viewing Angle (H/V)||178°(H)/178°(V)||178°(H)/178°(V)||178°(H)/178°(V)|
|Nano Crystal||Quantum Dot||Quantum Dot||Quantum Dot|
|sRGB Coverage||Typ 125%||Typ 125%||Typ 125%|
|DCI-P3||Typ 95%||Typ 95%||Typ 95%|
|Features||Eye Saver Mode||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|Game Color Mode (FPS, RTS, etc)||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|FreeSync||FreeSync 2||FreeSync 2||FreeSync 2|
|Interface||Display Port||1 EA||1 EA||1 EA|
|Mini-Display Port||1 EA||N/A||N/A|
|HDMI||2 EA||2 EA||2 EA|
|USB Hub||3.0 (1UP 2DOWN)||3.0 (1UP 2DOWN)||3.0 (1UP 2DOWN)|
|Design||Color||Dark Blue Black(Matt)||Dark Blue Black(Matt)||Dark Blue Black(Matt)|
|Stand Type||HAS||Dual Hinge||Dual Hinge|
|HAS(Height Adjustable Stand)||Yes||Yes||Yes|