Samsung C24FG70 24" 144Hz 1ms Curved Gaming Monitor £179.99 @ Ebuyer
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Samsung C24FG70 24" 144Hz 1ms Curved Gaming Monitor £179.99 @ Ebuyer

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Found 5th MayEdited by:"MC90327"
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You own this? How do you rate it?
SPKeith2 h, 7 m ago

You own this? How do you rate it?


I have a few of these and they're excellent. Great colours and 144hz, great when gaming on PC
SPKeith5 h, 8 m ago

You own this? How do you rate it?


It’s great. V impressed. Only issue I had was the large stand which means it’s far from flush from the wall. If you’re a dremel pro you can resolve that issue though (but will likely void warranty)
Have one too. Very impressed
Looking at the specs does this not have DVI?
Or is it just display port and HDMI?
esq35856 h, 58 m ago

Or is it just display port and HDMI?


2x HDMI

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Can the bracket be adjusted? And can u add those desk arms to it?
pay 20 quid more and get the updated model that fixed most of the problems with this one
amazon.co.uk/gp/…g73
Edited by: "andreas0013" 6th May
Flynn_Lives15 h, 24 m ago

I have a few of these and they're excellent. Great colours and 144hz, …I have a few of these and they're excellent. Great colours and 144hz, great when gaming on PC


Is the 144Hz only via Freesync or its native refresh rate? Do you have an Nvidia Card or AMD that's what I mean. I'm in the market for a monitor but getting an Nvidia Card and Gsync monitors cost a fortune. I've read that you don't actually need Gsync thought...still don't get it all!
esq35859 h, 13 m ago

Or is it just display port and HDMI?


2x HDMI & 1x DisplayPort, 1x Audio Jack Out to be precise
iiisandmaniii1 h, 44 m ago

Can the bracket be adjusted? And can u add those desk arms to it?


Yes, you can remove the stand and put them on VESA 75x75 mounts
kt12110 m ago

Is the 144Hz only via Freesync or its native refresh rate? Do you have an …Is the 144Hz only via Freesync or its native refresh rate? Do you have an Nvidia Card or AMD that's what I mean. I'm in the market for a monitor but getting an Nvidia Card and Gsync monitors cost a fortune. I've read that you don't actually need Gsync thought...still don't get it all!


I have an NVIDIA card, and no Freesync needed. It allows 144Hz same as those gaming BenQ and Asus ones have, no frame skipping or anything weird. No need for Gsync for me either . I think it also allows 120hz, but I have mine all on 144Hz both in Windows 10 and in a hackintoshed Mac OS X High Sierra 10.3.4

Oh, and I believe it was giving me either 120 or 144Hz on the Xbox One X too after the new Insider update.
rocketGopher12 h, 47 m ago

It’s great. V impressed. Only issue I had was the large stand which means i …It’s great. V impressed. Only issue I had was the large stand which means it’s far from flush from the wall. If you’re a dremel pro you can resolve that issue though (but will likely void warranty)


You could Dremel the wall instead. Then no warranty issues.
Issues with this one? I've had it for quite a while and not experienced any issues. I really like this screen.
I got a new HP Omen 27" on eBay. £340. 27", 1440p and 165hz (gsync). Cracking display too.

Still on now.

That Res with that refresh rate requires a good graphics card though. Even Fortnite on epic settings can't get 165fps with a 1080ti. Had to drop shadows and post processing down a notch.

But my screen now shows my death before the sound catches up, lol.
DarrylJohn2 m ago

I got a new HP Omen 27" on eBay. £340. 27", 1440p and 165hz (gsync). …I got a new HP Omen 27" on eBay. £340. 27", 1440p and 165hz (gsync). Cracking display too.Still on now.That Res with that refresh rate requires a good graphics card though. Even Fortnite on epic settings can't get 165fps with a 1080ti. Had to drop shadows and post processing down a notch.But my screen now shows my death before the sound catches up, lol.


That's a bug on the game.
kt12157 m ago

Is the 144Hz only via Freesync or its native refresh rate? Do you have an … Is the 144Hz only via Freesync or its native refresh rate? Do you have an Nvidia Card or AMD that's what I mean. I'm in the market for a monitor but getting an Nvidia Card and Gsync monitors cost a fortune. I've read that you don't actually need Gsync thought...still don't get it all!


It's native 144hz. It will refresh at 144hz no matter your gpu brand. You will need a pc powerful enough to get a constant FPS though, if you can achieve 144fps constantly it will be very smooth and fluid. You can lock your FPS to less, I.e. 120 or 105 if that's the only way you can achieve constant FPS and it will still be smooth ( just not as much). What you don't want is varying FPS as it will causes screen tear and stuttering.
This is what gsync (Nvidia cards only) and freesync (aTI) technology is for, they automatically adjust your refresh rate to match your FPS so the game feels smooth even if there is stuttering due do inconsistent FPS.

Should be noted that hdmi can only go to 120fps, display port is 144fps. You also need To enable it in Windows.
Edited by: "seaanf" 6th May
DarrylJohn35 m ago

I got a new HP Omen 27" on eBay. £340. 27", 1440p and 165hz (gsync). …I got a new HP Omen 27" on eBay. £340. 27", 1440p and 165hz (gsync). Cracking display too.Still on now.That Res with that refresh rate requires a good graphics card though. Even Fortnite on epic settings can't get 165fps with a 1080ti. Had to drop shadows and post processing down a notch.But my screen now shows my death before the sound catches up, lol.


Shadows are suboptimal. Unless you're playing Save the World but cmon
Aww man I really need a new monitor but this is FreeSync & I need a GSync model. Just wish they were cheaper!
Bought one of these a couple of weeks ago at £200 and I thought that was a bargain. Amazing monitor!
seaanf10 h, 15 m ago

It's native 144hz. It will refresh at 144hz no matter your gpu brand. You …It's native 144hz. It will refresh at 144hz no matter your gpu brand. You will need a pc powerful enough to get a constant FPS though, if you can achieve 144fps constantly it will be very smooth and fluid. You can lock your FPS to less, I.e. 120 or 105 if that's the only way you can achieve constant FPS and it will still be smooth ( just not as much). What you don't want is varying FPS as it will causes screen tear and stuttering. This is what gsync (Nvidia cards only) and freesync (aTI) technology is for, they automatically adjust your refresh rate to match your FPS so the game feels smooth even if there is stuttering due do inconsistent FPS. Should be noted that hdmi can only go to 120fps, display port is 144fps. You also need To enable it in Windows.


Okay that was explained really well! Appreciate it. I'm aiming to get a 1080Ti so I'm guessing that keeping a steady FPS won't be an issue? If so then I will be able to save alot on a monitor but still get one like this which is decent!
DarrylJohn11 h, 39 m ago

I got a new HP Omen 27" on eBay. £340. 27", 1440p and 165hz (gsync). …I got a new HP Omen 27" on eBay. £340. 27", 1440p and 165hz (gsync). Cracking display too.Still on now.That Res with that refresh rate requires a good graphics card though. Even Fortnite on epic settings can't get 165fps with a 1080ti. Had to drop shadows and post processing down a notch.But my screen now shows my death before the sound catches up, lol.


You don't need shadows or post procesing also effects if you need that fps cause they only obstruct your vision ;-)
1nsomniac21 h, 16 m ago

Aww man I really need a new monitor but this is FreeSync & I need a GSync …Aww man I really need a new monitor but this is FreeSync & I need a GSync model. Just wish they were cheaper!


Na, not gonna happen as Nvidia is insisting charging monitor makers like £100+ for the Gsync chip.

“Freesync" is just AMD's branding of the open standard "Adaptive Sync", which Nvidia can support Adaptive Sync as well if they really wanted to...but of course it wouldn't be profitable as selling proprietary chips to monitor manufacturers.
Edited by: "MarineRX179" 7th May
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