Samsung CHG70 Series 31.5" 16:9 Curved 144 Hz FreeSync HDR LCD Monitor

Samsung CHG70 Series 31.5" 16:9 Curved 144 Hz FreeSync HDR LCD Monitor

Samsung CHG70 Series 31.5" 16:9 Curved 144 Hz FreeSync HDR LCD Monitor

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Product Highlights

  • VA (Vertical Alignment) Panel
  • HDMI + DisplayPort Inputs
  • 2560 x 1440 Resolution
  • 3000:1 Static Contrast Ratio
  • 350 cd/mē Brightness
  • 178°/178° Viewing Angles
  • 1 ms (MPRT) Response Time
  • 1.07 Billion Colors; HDR Support
  • 144 Hz Refresh Rate
  • Built-In USB Hub
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Screen Size: 31.5"

26.9" 31.5"
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Price:  $699.99

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Samsung C32HG70QQN overview

  • 1Description

The CHG70 Series 31.5" 16:9 Curved 144 Hz FreeSync HDR LCD Monitor from Samsung is packed with plenty of features aimed at gaming and multitasking. The curved edges wrap around your field of view, placing your right in the middle of the action for a more immersive experience. Specs-wise, it features a 2560 x 1440 resolution, a 3000:1 static contrast ratio, and a 350 cd/m² brightness rating to deliver crisp and clear content with vivid colors. To enhance your games, it's equipped with AMD FreeSync 2 technology, a 1 ms response time, a 144 Hz refresh rate, and plenty of optimized game modes. Thanks to Samsung's Quantum Dot technology and HDR support, it will provide you with over a billion colors for your entertainment. Connect this display to your system via HDMI or DisplayPort and then tilt, swivel, pivot, and adjust its height to suit your viewing preferences

Curved Display
With a 1800R curvature and a pixel density 1.7-times higher than Full HD, the CHG70 wraps around the edges of your field of view, placing you right in the middle for an immersive experience.
Quantum Dot Technology
Samsung's Quantum Dot technology provides you with vivid and accurate colors, especially greens and reds, for more life-like pictures.
HDR Support
The CHG70 monitor supports HDR (High Dynamic Range), which offers improved brightness and contrast levels so dark areas are darker and bright areas are brighter. Thanks to its wider range of colors, you'll be able to see more details such as a bright blue sky with deep shadows and silhouettes.
AMD FreeSync 2
AMD FreeSync technology syncs the display's refresh rate to your graphics card's frame rate output for less stutter, ghosting, and tearing. Building on the previous iteration, FreeSync 2 works in conjunction with HDR for increased brightness levels, GPU tone mapping, and smoother playback.
1 ms Response Time & 144 Hz Refresh Rate
Game without motion blur thanks to the 1 ms MPRT (Motion Picture Response Time) on this monitor. Furthermore, it sports a 144 Hz refresh rate for fluid and more responsive interactions. If your hardware isn't capable of 144 Hz, you can scale it down to 60 or 120 Hz when necessary.
Black Equalizer
Black Equalizer features 20-steps of adjustments to alter any game scene to the brightness level you want. You'll now be able to spot enemies hiding in the darkest areas of the screen.
Eye-Saver Mode
Reduce blue light emissions and give your eyes a break with Eye-Saver Mode. With it, you'll have less eye strain, a more comfortable experience, and be able to use the monitor for longer periods of time.
Optimized Settings
Swap through different gaming modes for all the genres of games you play. The factory-calibrated settings optimize black levels, gamma levels, contrast ratios, sharpness, and color value settings for FPS, RTS, RPG, or AOS games.
OSD Dashboard
Skip built-in hardware buttons and use the on-screen dashboard to adjust monitor settings on-the-fly. There's even shortcut keys for even quicker access.
Arena Lighting
Located on the back is the CHG70's audio-aligned Arena Lighting. As game sounds grow louder, it glows brighter, simulating moments of high intensity.
Additional Features
  • Eco Saving Plus
  • Flicker-Free
  • Game Mode
  • Screen Size Optimizer
  • Low Input Lag Mode
  • Custom Key
  • Refresh Rate Optimizer
  • Super Arena Gaming UX
  • In the Box
    Samsung CHG70 Series 31.5" 16:9 Curved 144 Hz FreeSync HDR LCD Monitor
  • Power cable
  • HDMI Cable
  • DisplayPort Cable
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty
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    Samsung C32HG70QQN specs

    Screen Size 31.5" (80 cm)
    Display Type VA (Vertical Alignment)
    Curvature 1800R
    Resolution 2560 x 1440
    Aspect Ratio 16:9
    Brightness 350 cd/m² (typical)
    300 cd/m² (minimum)
    Static Contrast Ratio 3000:1 (typical)
    2400:1 (minimum)
    Dynamic Contrast Ratio Mega
    HDR Yes
    Viewing Angle (H/V) 178°/178°
    Response Time 1 ms (MPRT)
    sRGB Coverage 125% (typical)
    120% (minimum)

    Adobe RGB:
    92% (typical)
    88% (minimum)
    Color Support 1.07 billion
    Color Gamut NTSC 1976
    88% (typical)
    84% (minimum)
    Refresh Rate 144 Hz
    Connectivity 2 x HDMI
    1 x DisplayPort
    1 x 3.5 mm audio-in
    1 x Headphone
    USB 2 x USB Type-A (Super Charging)
    1 x USB Type-B
    Stand System
    Height Adjustment 5.71" (14.5 cm)
    Tilt -5-15°
    Swivel ±15°
    Pivot -2-92°
    Power Specifications
    Power Supply 100-240 VAC
    Power Consumption (Maximum) 78 W
    Power Consumption (Standby) < 0.3 W
    Power Consumption (DPMS) < 0.5 W standby
    Environmental Specifications
    Operating Temperature 50-104°F (10-40 °C)
    Operating Humidity 10-80% non-condensing
    General
    Dimensions (W x H x D) With Stand: 28.51 x 24.48 x 14.98" (72.42 x 62.18 x 38.05 cm)
    Without Stand: 28.51 x 16.71 x 4.55" (72.42 x 42.44 x 11.56 cm)
    Weight With Stand: 21.2 lb (9.6 kg)
    Without Stand: 17.6 lb (8 kg)
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 31.0 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 32.0 x 20.0 x 9.0"

    Samsung C32HG70QQN reviews

    CHG70 Series 31.5" 16:9 Curved 144 Hz FreeSync HDR LCD Monitor is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 1.
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Jack of all trades Monitor For more years than I care to say I have been using a Samsung 245 monitor, which still works by the way, but I longed for a bigger monitor with better color and refresh rate. I mostly use my computer for the usual things like following investments, processing photos, watching Netflix and playing an occasional game on my home built desktop which has a Radeon R9 Fury video card. The Samsung CHG70 looked like the perfect fit,� The monitor arrived from B&H in a large box in perfect condition. I had previously downloaded the PDF manual before its arrival, but there was a multi language set of instructions in the box as well as well made 4 ft cables for HDMI, DP and hub port. Putting the base on the monitor was easy and took little time. Mine sits on an open computer desk, but if you have an enclosed space Samsung wants you to leave significant space all around the monitor for cooling.� Getting the monitor to operate with my existing set up took a bit more effort than I expected. Where 4 ft cables would usually be sufficient for most installations, I found mine were 1 ft. short of reaching my tower inputs so had to buy longer cables.� There are multiple inputs on the back of the monitor 2 HDMI and 1 DP, as well as power, USB ports. They plug vertically into a recessed well and I found them extremely difficult to line up and would suggest that you plug in all your cables while the monitor is still flat in the box, as that will save you a lot of frustration. I would also suggest that to make life easier that you attach short male to female cables into USB1 and USB2 locations as USB1 can be used to read firmware updates from a USB key and also supports USB C fast charging and they both can be used to attach items to the hub. This will make it easier to do if you have these cables installed otherwise you have to fish around the back. There is another USB link that allows you to use the monitor as a hub by connecting it to your computer. I downloaded the newest firmware and installed it via the USB key and that worked as advertised.� The monitor uses a JOG switch on the back right to access menus, switch inputs, set parameters, etc. It also has 3 keys on bottom front to access 3 stored gaming configurations. All this took a but getting used to and at first I did not like reaching behind the monitor, but I am used to it now. I found support to be mixed, and this was the cause of a lot of frustration for me. The PDF manual is good as far as it goes, but has minimal trouble shooting guidance, and I was told that things should work when I found by my experimentation that they did not. I am still not sure if my display has a defect or if my use case is not supported. I am waiting for further response (If not for this I would rate 5 stars). So here is my issue. I found that if I plugged in both my DP and HDMI connection from my Fury 9 video card to the monitor that it caused conflicts. If I looked at the Radeon settings both inputs were shown and the DP input supported FreeSync 2 but the HDMI did not. I could color calibrate both inputs with my Color Munki and assign them to each monitor input, but when I tried to switch from DP to HDMI it would switch, but I could not activate any buttons on the task bar and some buttons were missing. Yet if I only plugged in either of those inputs alone the monitor responded perfectly. I also tried different cables with the same results. So I am only using the DP input and have installed my MS Windows 10 Phone in Continuum mode on HDMI 2 input and can switch back and forth on those inputs without a problem. So I assume the 2 links from one video card are not supported. The monitor comes with a color calibration report from the factory. I found the luminance to be way too bright and when I measured it with my Color Munki it was reading about 450, and I reset it to 100 lumens. The display is absolutely beautiful , colors are rich with great contrast, text is sharp, there is plenty of space to have multiple windows side by side and included with the monitor is SW that allows you to divide the monitor into multiple panes if you wish. � I have found that a few pieces of software cannot operate at the standard resolution of this monitor which is 2560 x 1440. The monitor can handle higher and lower resolutions.� In summary, I find this monitor to be the Goldilocks solution, great color, contrast, speed and perfect size for a desktop. I am glad that I purchased it.
    Date published: 2017-11-23
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