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Samsung Odyssey G7 Series 27-Inch WQHD (2560x1440) Gaming Monitor, 240Hz, Curved, 1ms, HDMI, G-Sync, FreeSync Premium Pro (LC27G75TQSNXZA)

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The ASUS TUF VG27AQ and the Samsung Odyssey G7 C32G75T are both excellent gaming monitors; however, they're also very different. The Samsung also gets brighter if you want to use it in a well-lit room, but the Gigabyte has more work-oriented features like a USB-C input. The Samsung performs better gaming-wise because it has a higher refresh rate and faster response times. This monitor is a newer version of the Samsung Odyssey G7 S28AG70, and it's part of Samsung's Odyssey G7 lineup that includes a variety of models; you can see the differences between them below. Samsung Care+ gives peace of mind for your new Galaxy device, providing protection against accidents and theft.

The Samsung has a higher refresh rate and slightly better response time, but the difference might not be noticeable for most casual players. The Samsung uses a VA panel, and it's better suited for dark-room viewing, as it has much better contrast. Most colors and shades of gray are slightly inaccurate, and the color temperature is a bit warm, giving the image a red/yellow tint. The Samsung Odyssey G7/G70B S32BG70 and the Lenovo Y32p-30 are 4k 32-inch monitors focused on gaming. The C32G75T comes in a mostly black design with matte black plastics used for the bezel, rear enclosure and monitor arm.

It performs equally as badly even when using the built-in applications, although the zones are a bit less sensitive to light in that scenario, so they don't turn on as often. There’s also oddly a rotation function offered on this screen which is normally not provided on screens like this as it’s pretty impractical on a curved format display. CIE Diagram – confirms the colour space covered by the monitors backlighting in a 2D view, with the black triangle representing the displays gamut, and other reference colour spaces shown for comparison. Although it has a directional pad underneath the screen, it isn't easy to navigate the menu with it. The Samsung is better for dark room gaming because it has a higher native contrast for deeper blacks, while the Dell is better for co-op gaming as it has wider viewing angles.

However, the Gigabyte is more versatile for other uses as it has a USB-C port and a KVM switch for productivity. The Samsung is available in a 27 inch and 32 inch size, while the ASUS is only available in a 27 inch. If you're just in the desktop, it's best to disable VRR because of this issue and stay in Game Mode for low input lag. On the other hand, the Sony looks better in HDR thanks to its higher peak brightness, but both monitors have low contrast. The Samsung Odyssey G7 has an excellent response time when gaming at 120Hz, including on recent consoles.The Samsung also has much better ergonomics, making it easier to adjust to an ideal viewing position. Additionally, it delivers accurate colors without calibration and displays a wide color gamut in SDR. The Samsung has a VA panel with a much better contrast ratio, and it has a higher 240Hz refresh rate. DisplayHDR 400 delivers more contrast, with deeper blacks and brighter whites to help you uncover enemies or secrets lurking in the shadows. This lighting can be turned on/off in the OSD, and you can also set it to only show the back lighting and not the front if you want.

It offers better value than other 4k options like the LG 32GQ950-B and the Sony INZONE M9, but it has worse picture quality than the Samsung Odyssey Neo G7 S32BG75 because it lacks Mini LED backlighting. Its 32-inch screen offers you enough space to multitask with different windows open, and you see plenty of detail thanks to its 4k resolution. Its narrow viewing angles make it less ideal for co-op gaming, but luckily, it displays deep blacks if you want to game in the dark. For the lowest input lag, leave Adaptive Sync enabled, with VRR Control disabled, as the input lag increases with VRR disabled or with the VRR Control setting on.G-Sync compatiblity keeps the GPU and panel synced up to eliminate choppiness, screen-lag, and image tears. The Samsung has a higher refresh rate, but its response time isn't as good as the LG's because it has more overshoot causing inverse ghosting, as well as slow dark transitions that can result in dark smearing behind fast-moving objects. The Samsung supports HDR and has a faster refresh rate and a faster response time, so motion looks clearer with less noticeable blur. The monitor was tested in SDR, HDR, and with different games, but despite actively trying, we couldn't reproduce the exact issue that others were reporting.

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