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« Reply #15 on: July 02, 2018, 07:42:21 pm »
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Samsung C27RG50FQ

Review by Tom's Hardware

Curved (1500R), matte 1920x1080 240hz, 8 bit VA panel with a Nvidia G-Sync compatible AMD Free-Sync (30-240hz), 144hz ULMB (back-light strobing) Displayport, 2x HDMI 2.0, and 3.5mm Audio Out.  The VA panel in the C27RG50FQ has over 3,000:1 contrast, and fairly accurate preset colors, but very high (in the 0-20% white range) and skewed gamma which causes black crush, or the loss of details in dark scenes, but can be improved by changing the gamma setting from 1 to 3.  The C27RG50FQ has fast pixel response times and negligible input lag, but the default HDMI black level setting is set to Low which may cause black crush depending on the device the monitor is connected to (read the Set Up and Calibration section of Tom's Hardware Review).


Samsung C27RG50FQ

Review by Pro Hardware
Review by Tom's Hardware

Curved (1500R), matte 1920x1080 240hz, 8 bit VA panel with a Nvidia G-Sync compatible AMD Free-Sync (30-240hz), 144hz ULMB (back-light strobing) Displayport, 2x HDMI 2.0, and 3.5mm Audio Out.  The VA panel in the C27RG50FQ has over 3,000:1 contrast, and fairly accurate preset colors, but very high (in the 0-20% white range) and skewed gamma which causes black crush, or the loss of details in dark scenes, but can be improved by changing the gamma setting from 1 to 3.  The C27RG50FQ has fast pixel response times and negligible input lag, but the default HDMI black level setting is set to Low which may cause black crush depending on the device the monitor is connected to (read the Set Up and Calibration section of Tom's Hardware Review).
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