Samsung's 27-inch curved gaming monitor, the CRG5, is now available in Malaysia at a retail price of RM1,699. Samsung apparently had the same thought because it equipped with the CRG5 with Nvidia G-Sync support as well, which should allow people with good-but-not-great systems to enjoy the high refresh rate without having to worry about any graphical issues.
To get the most out of the latest first-person shooter (FPS), sports, racing, and other fast-action games, you'll not only need a gaming PC with a powerful graphics card, but also a monitor that can render the action without subjecting you to blurred images, flicker, tearing, and other motion artifacts.
The 240 Hz curved CRG5 monitor isn't Samsung's only option for gamers Those who prefer the traditional flat screens can still save space with the 32-inch Space Gaming Monitor SR75Q that can lie flat against a wall, giving the illusion of an embedded screen.
Other specs of the new LG 24MD4KL include a 500-nit peak brightness, a 1,200:1 contrast ratio, 14ms response time (no overdrive available), 60Hz, 98% DCI-P3 color gamut, two Thuderbolt 3 ports (input and output with 85W PD), three USB-C ports, and two 5W built-in speakers.
That immense price is justified by the inclusion of seemingly every bleeding-edge monitor technology: 4K resolution, 144Hz refresh rate, G-Sync support, proper 384-zone HDR (DisplayHDR 1000), a colour-accurate Quantum Dot IPS display and more RGB lighting than you can shake a stick at.
The curved screen felt perfect for leaning around corners, the black equalizer made peeking into shadowed or dark corners easier, and the obvious high refresh rate made the ideal kill—a flick to the enemy's head—feel smoother and simpler to pull off.
Named the CRG9, it contains a 5120 x 1440 QLED display, 1800R curve and NVIDIA G-SYNC capability. An eye-catcher is that this is a curved VA panel with 3000:1 contrast ratio, a first achievement for a 240 240Hz gaming monito Hz gaming monitor. The Samsung Monitor C27RG5 is the first 240Hz refresh rate with 4ms (GTG) Response Time at 16:9 aspect ratio (1920×1080 Max), with a 1500R curved display (3,000:1 contrast ratio).
The bezel-less design of Samsung's CRG5 gives gamers even more screen space, while a strong, sturdy Y-stand and game dashboard-style On Screen Display (OSD) menu enhance any gaming environment. This monitor supports AMD's FreeSync variable refresh rate (VRR) technology, for a nearly tear-free gaming experience.
This Alienware monitor is our favourite 240Hz monitor, thanks to its unique design with thin bezels and a height-adjustable stand. This low response time, combined with the high 144 Hz refresh rate and overall cheap manufacturing costs, is precisely what makes TN panels the top choice in performance-oriented budget monitors.
The Predator X27 and its brother-from-another-mother, the PG27UQ ROG Swift, are by far the best gaming monitors ever made. This 27-inch MSI Optix monitor is a solid choice for most PC gamers, combining a sharp 2560x1440 resolution with a responsive 144Hz refresh rate.