Samsung C32HG70 32in Curved WQHD 144Hz HDR VA QLED LCD w/ Freesync 2, HAS

MX68040 C32HG70 32in Curved WQHD 144Hz HDR VA QLED LCD w/ Freesync 2, HAS
MX68040 C32HG70 32in Curved WQHD 144Hz HDR VA QLED LCD w/ Freesync 2, HAS MX68040 C32HG70 32in Curved WQHD 144Hz HDR VA QLED LCD w/ Freesync 2, HAS MX68040 C32HG70 32in Curved WQHD 144Hz HDR VA QLED LCD w/ Freesync 2, HAS MX68040 C32HG70 32in Curved WQHD 144Hz HDR VA QLED LCD w/ Freesync 2, HAS

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An upgrade worth every penny!

Submitted on Monday, October 02, 2017
By Daniel I
From Winnipeg

Strengths of the product

Caught an excellent sale! Bold/bright colours, Quantum Dot, 1440P, 144hz, and FreeSync2 make such an upgrade over my 9 year old IPS 1920x1200 @60hz. It truly is night and day!

Weaknesses of the product

This may or may no be a weakness depending on your perspective. I tried out a 24" 1440P monitor a while back and loved that I could disable AntiAliasing entirely. Unfortunately, 1440P on a 32" monitor looks just as jaggy as 1080p on 24" (to me)... not a problem if you enable AA. But if you were hoping to disable AA, perhaps the 27" version of this monitor would be better suited for you? If not, either get a true 4K if you need 32", or stick with 24" for 1440P for pixel bliss.

Additional Comments

Works well with my new Rx Vega 64. If the default colour looks too warm/red/pink to you, make sure to enable 6500K for your color temp in Radeon Settings. Also, no displayport sleep issues as reported by another reviewer.

Displayport connection fails

Submitted on Wednesday, September 13, 2017
By Robert S
From Calgary

Strengths of the product

Very pretty and clear monitor. The curved design is definitely nice if you use such a large display up close.

Weaknesses of the product

Displayport fails when my PC puts the monitor to sleep. This is a known defect and there doesn't appear to be a solution. Only turning the monitor off and on restores the connection. This doesn't happen with DVI connection. No setting changes made any difference. Benq 32 inch 4K monitor, on the same machine using Displayport, has no problems.

Additional Comments

At this price point I would expect all the ports to work properly. It may have to go back.

All I can say is WOW

Submitted on Monday, September 11, 2017
By Peter B
From St. Albert, Alberta

Strengths of the product

I upgraded from an old 27" 1080p 60hz monitor to this monster and I am blown away. PC gaming has come alive for me again. The colors and incredibly vibrant, 1440p is a really nice step up from HD, and 144hz refresh makes things super smooth. I looked very closely at the ultrawides but I think this monitor beats them all. You don't give up the vertical headroom for a couple extra inches of width. In-game, I find myself scanning up and down as much as to the periphery.

Weaknesses of the product

The included displayport cable was a little short. Replaced with a 10 ft cord. You need a decent amount of room for this beast. I have a corner desk and it works beautifully for my setup.

Additional Comments

I don't regret this purchase one bit. It was expensive, but how often do you change monitors? I had the last one for several years.
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