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Samsung to offers C34H890 Monitor with SVA panel
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Default Samsung to offers C34H890 Monitor with SVA panel - 06-19-2017, 06:53 | posts: 28,964 | Location: Guru3D testlab

No quantum dots are HDR, just a SVA panel¬*at¬*3440 x 1440 resolution (21:9 UltraWide) and 100Hz refresh rate. The monitor, like all monitors that have adaptive sync is FreeSync compatoble¬*likely act...

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Sounds like a rather low quality panel to offer a cheaper alternative for those who want 21:9 ratio. I think Samsung is hurting their image with these low quality monitors that doesn't do any particular thing right other than the price. I wouldn't expect much.
   
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Sounds like a rather low quality panel to offer a cheaper alternative for those who want 21:9 ratio. I think Samsung is hurting their image with these low quality monitors that doesn't do any particular thing right other than the price. I wouldn't expect much.
Low quality? VA is (arguably) the best panel type, Samsung is known for making high quality monitors, and Iíd love to have a curved monitor with this resolution (though Iíd have to upgrade my GPU and PSU, not to mention my desk, so no). It also has everything else: low blue light, flicker-free, Freesync.

The only thing Iím unsure about is the 100*Hz frequency. I like the idea of going above 60*Hz but reaching 100*Hz at that resolution will require a beefy GPU, and Iíve heard that after 75*Hz the benefits are not obvious.

Oh and Iím sure it wonít be cheapÖ

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is this freesync 2 or last gen freesync?
   
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Sounds like a rather low quality panel to offer a cheaper alternative for those who want 21:9 ratio. I think Samsung is hurting their image with these low quality monitors that doesn't do any particular thing right other than the price. I wouldn't expect much.

You really need a clue.

VA panels are for people with IPS 21:9 that want higher then an 80hz refresh rate.

My IPS 21:9 only overclocks to 80. This is default 100. VA also does blacks better then IPS.
   
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It's a shame these panels don't have a sync range of 30-100hz.
   
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... and Iíve heard that after 75*Hz the benefits are not obvious.
The benefits are night and day.
   
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Low quality? VA is (arguably) the best panel type, Samsung is known for making high quality monitors, and Iíd love to have a curved monitor with this resolution (though Iíd have to upgrade my GPU and PSU, not to mention my desk, so no). It also has everything else: low blue light, flicker-free, Freesync.

The only thing Iím unsure about is the 100*Hz frequency. I like the idea of going above 60*Hz but reaching 100*Hz at that resolution will require a beefy GPU, and Iíve heard that after 75*Hz the benefits are not obvious.

Oh and Iím sure it wonít be cheapÖ
It's not always about hitting 100FPS, it's the Freesync range that matters.
   
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It's not always about hitting 100FPS, it's the Freesync range that matters.
Yes, exactly. That is why i wish the range started at 25-30 hz and went up to100. Starting around half way of the monitors refresh rate is just rubbish imo.
   
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It's a shame these panels don't have a sync range of 30-100hz.
The CF971 has LFC which works under 48hz, you'll have to check the freesync website to see if this one has it too. I've owned the CF971 for nearly six months now and it is still the best monitor I have ever owned. Using fast sync with a 980ti at the moment can't wait to get a vega card to see how good free sync is
   
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