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Samsung LC32JG52QQUXEN 32-Inch Curved WQHD 144 Hz LED Gaming Monitor - Dark Silver £279.99 Amazon
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Samsung LC32JG52QQUXEN 32-Inch Curved WQHD 144 Hz LED Gaming Monitor - Dark Silver £279.99 Amazon

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Posted 4th Dec 2018

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  • WQHD 2560x1440 - With up to 1.7 times the pixel density of Full HD, WQHD only delivers incredibly detailed, pin-sharp images
  • Fine Control with 144 Hz - The rapid 144 Hz screen refresh rate provides flawlessly smooth scene and can be adjusted to 60 Hz/120 Hz for optimized monitor performance
  • Multiple Display Modes - The CJG5's Game Mode instantly optimizes black gamma levels, contrast ratios, sharpness and colour value settings for any game genre or movie
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  • Make this the hub of your space with 2 x HDMI and DisplayPort connections
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Likey likey.
Got to love that marketing... "Up to 1.7 the pixel density of Full HD".. yeah if you were using a full hd 40 inch monitor... Where as if you followed general advice and stuck to a 24" monitor for FHD then you're getting the same number of pixels here...
Great price, but put off by the very mixed Amazon reviews.
ramper7771 h, 22 m ago

Great price, but put off by the very mixed Amazon reviews.


Loving mines. Went from. 27" 1440p 144hz g sync which I was struggling to see because of my deep desk. Genuinely have nothing to complain about , no quality issues for me it's flawless & I'm not missing g sync
ramper77704/12/2018 02:41

Great price, but put off by the very mixed Amazon reviews.


5 reviews, two with screen issues (return it to Amazon, problem solved), one didn't like the colour production (who knows how settings savvy that one is?), one had delivery issues but rated the screen 5* and one rated 5*.

My advice, if this is what you want, get it.
Usually dispatched within 1 to 2 months. ?
EmptyArea04/12/2018 03:00

5 reviews, two with screen issues (return it to Amazon, problem solved), …5 reviews, two with screen issues (return it to Amazon, problem solved), one didn't like the colour production (who knows how settings savvy that one is?), one had delivery issues but rated the screen 5* and one rated 5*.My advice, if this is what you want, get it.


2/5 has screen issues? Sounds like quite a big issue for a screen...
I Have the 27", nothing but good things to say so far.
uberjuba04/12/2018 07:49

I Have the 27", nothing but good things to say so far.


And I sent back my 27 because it developed dead pixels.......
there are no quantum dots
I got shafted in every direction but I'm not sending it back and waiting another 2 months for stock to maybe get a monitor with dead pixels. Asked them for pre order price 2 weeks ago, got told to bolt, ordered it three days ago at £360 , but they won't post price match it now instead I have to send it back and wait two months for a new one even though this one's perfect. After an hour talking I just said the box was damaged/ looked resealed (which it was but I never mentioned it because the panels perfect).
Anyway Under review to get 10% partial
Probably get" Computer says no "response tomorrow.

So Amazon sucks but the monitor was good for me maybe just unlucky & lucky... My head hurts.

(£80 down the sh**ter)
Edited by: "Royo" 4th Dec 2018
RossC9104/12/2018 07:35

2/5 has screen issues? Sounds like quite a big issue for a screen...


People with issues are far more motived to leave a review...
EmptyArea2 h, 19 m ago

People with issues are far more motived to leave a review...

True for me, I only leave a review if I find issues with a product, I really need to start reviewing stuff that actually works great lol
EmptyArea04/12/2018 02:18

Likey likey. Got to love that marketing... "Up to 1.7 the pixel density of …Likey likey. Got to love that marketing... "Up to 1.7 the pixel density of Full HD".. yeah if you were using a full hd 40 inch monitor... Where as if you followed general advice and stuck to a 24" monitor for FHD then you're getting the same number of pixels here...


1440p is 1.78x as many pixels as 1080p, so it would be 1.78x pixel density of another 32" screen not 40". I know what you're saying though, if you switch from a 24" 1080p screen there's no gain in pixel density at all.
simonbrown04/12/2018 13:40

1440p is 1.78x as many pixels as 1080p, so it would be 1.78x pixel density …1440p is 1.78x as many pixels as 1080p, so it would be 1.78x pixel density of another 32" screen not 40". I know what you're saying though, if you switch from a 24" 1080p screen there's no gain in pixel density at all.


Pretty sure it would need to be a 40" FHD...
32" at 1920x1080 is 69 PPI.
32" at 2560x1440 is 92 PPI

92/69 = 1 1/3 (1.33)

40" at 1920x1080 is 55 PPI

92/55 = 1 2/3 (1.67)

And for completeness...
24" at 1920x1080 is 92 PPI
Edited by: "EmptyArea" 4th Dec 2018
Cattle5 h, 57 m ago

And I sent back my 27 because it developed dead pixels.......


I had 5 (five) of the 27" model. All had dead pixels, all went back. Wouldn't advise getting the 27", this may be a different story, different panel, but just check the screen and be prepared to send them all back time and time again.
Hi , just wondering how this would cope with 1080 content from say a HD firestick will the monitor upscale this to the 1440 or would it just provide 1080 , thanks in advance.
Also this is for a 14 year old to play on his ps4 , is 32 inch too big , he will be sat about 4 foot ish from his desk ?
Edited by: "ade457" 4th Dec 2018
EmptyArea04/12/2018 14:07

Pretty sure it would need to be a 40" FHD...32" at 1920x1080 is 69 PPI.32" …Pretty sure it would need to be a 40" FHD...32" at 1920x1080 is 69 PPI.32" at 2560x1440 is 92 PPI92/69 = 1 1/3 (1.33)40" at 1920x1080 is 55 PPI92/55 = 1 2/3 (1.67)And for completeness...24" at 1920x1080 is 92 PPI


While your numbers are correct, Samsung are talking about pixel density and not PPI. PPI isn't really a measure of density since it's measured in pixels along an edge and not across an area, which to me doesn't make sense on a 2D plane. Pixel density should be measures in pixels per suqare inch. PPI is closer to a measure of (inverse) pixel size.

You're right in terms of pixel size (which is what matters to the end user), but Samsung are technically right in terms of density.

(excuse the edits btw, took me a while to figure out)
simonbrown27 m ago

While your numbers are correct, Samsung are talking about pixel density …While your numbers are correct, Samsung are talking about pixel density and not PPI. PPI isn't really a measure of density since it's measured in pixels along an edge and not across an area, which to me doesn't make sense on a 2D plane. Pixel density should be measures in pixels per suqare inch. PPI is closer to a measure of (inverse) pixel size.You're right in terms of pixel size (which is what matters to the end user), but Samsung are technically right in terms of density.(excuse the edits btw, took me a while to figure out)


It makes sense if the pixels are square, which I presume they are.
"Samsung LC32JG52QQUXEN 32-Inch Curved WQHD 144 Hz LED Gaming Monitor - Dark Silver"
Previous estimated arrival date: December 22 2018 - January 16 2019
New estimated arrival date: December 07 2018
ade4572 h, 51 m ago

Hi , just wondering how this would cope with 1080 content from say a HD …Hi , just wondering how this would cope with 1080 content from say a HD firestick will the monitor upscale this to the 1440 or would it just provide 1080 , thanks in advance.Also this is for a 14 year old to play on his ps4 , is 32 inch too big , he will be sat about 4 foot ish from his desk ?


Yes the fire stick will max at 1080p, not worth the poor upscaling, as will the PS4 with its 1080p max also you Graphics card & Cpu will have to be up to the task for gaming at 144 Hz.
You could save some cash going for the Samsung C27F390 27-Inch Curved model which will manage all at 1080p - £159.99 Amazon but feel this will drop again as was £127 recently.
Now it's saying delivery Friday
rev604/12/2018 18:41

Now it's saying delivery Friday


Hi I'm confused if I order now will I get it in under a week? When did you ordered yours? It's Friday today did you get it? I'm worried because I don't want to wait next year because I'll be without a headless computer!:(
Sophia199312 m ago

Hi I'm confused if I order now will I get it in under a week? When did you …Hi I'm confused if I order now will I get it in under a week? When did you ordered yours? It's Friday today did you get it? I'm worried because I don't want to wait next year because I'll be without a headless computer!:(



It's now Usually dispatched within 4 to 7 days. So I wouldn't worry.
When did you ordered yours? What does tracking say right now? I want to make sure I get it before 7 days of purchase
Sophia199307/12/2018 04:29

When did you ordered yours? What does tracking say right now? I want to …When did you ordered yours? What does tracking say right now? I want to make sure I get it before 7 days of purchase



4th. Delivered already.
rev607/12/2018 04:31

4th. Delivered already.


Wait I'm confused so you have the monitor now? You ordered on the 4th? How is the monitor?
Sophia199307/12/2018 04:31

Wait I'm confused so you have the monitor now? You ordered on the 4th? How …Wait I'm confused so you have the monitor now? You ordered on the 4th? How is the monitor?



Yeah I have it. Delivered on the 6th. It's nice but backlight bleed to hell and back.
rev607/12/2018 04:32

Yeah I have it. Delivered on the 6th. It's nice but backlight bleed to …Yeah I have it. Delivered on the 6th. It's nice but backlight bleed to hell and back.


Im guessing you are returning the item?
Sophia199307/12/2018 04:34

Im guessing you are returning the item?


Probably. 144Hz is nice though.
rev62 m ago

Probably. 144Hz is nice though.


Yeah the 144hz is nice indeed.

Is this the best price for a 144hz and 32inch? Can I find cheaper by any chance? Just wondering
ade4574th Dec

Hi , just wondering how this would cope with 1080 content from say a HD …Hi , just wondering how this would cope with 1080 content from say a HD firestick will the monitor upscale this to the 1440 or would it just provide 1080 , thanks in advance.Also this is for a 14 year old to play on his ps4 , is 32 inch too big , he will be sat about 4 foot ish from his desk ?


no problem. The bigger the better - for consoles!
ade4574th Dec

Hi , just wondering how this would cope with 1080 content from say a HD …Hi , just wondering how this would cope with 1080 content from say a HD firestick will the monitor upscale this to the 1440 or would it just provide 1080 , thanks in advance.Also this is for a 14 year old to play on his ps4 , is 32 inch too big , he will be sat about 4 foot ish from his desk ?


You do not have 144hz on console.
rev607/12/2018 04:32

Yeah I have it. Delivered on the 6th. It's nice but backlight bleed to …Yeah I have it. Delivered on the 6th. It's nice but backlight bleed to hell and back.


is it that bad? Any dead pixels btw? Is it good for play games? And watching movies ocasionaly.
sneykinko4 h, 16 m ago

is it that bad? Any dead pixels btw? Is it good for play games? And …is it that bad? Any dead pixels btw? Is it good for play games? And watching movies ocasionaly.


It's pretty bad. I didn't check for dead pixels.
Is this a VA screen? Could it be used for office work as well as gaming?
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EmptyArea04/12/2018 02:18

Likey likey. Got to love that marketing... "Up to 1.7 the pixel density of …Likey likey. Got to love that marketing... "Up to 1.7 the pixel density of Full HD".. yeah if you were using a full hd 40 inch monitor... Where as if you followed general advice and stuck to a 24" monitor for FHD then you're getting the same number of pixels here...


It would have 1.7x the pixel density as another 32" 1080p monitor, not a "40 inch monitor". Also pixel density is unrelated to the number of overall pixels.
EmptyArea04/12/2018 03:00

5 reviews, two with screen issues (return it to Amazon, problem solved), …5 reviews, two with screen issues (return it to Amazon, problem solved), one didn't like the colour production (who knows how settings savvy that one is?), one had delivery issues but rated the screen 5* and one rated 5*.My advice, if this is what you want, get it.


You should never just randomly mess around with monitor settings without a proper colorimeter. Also the colour production on the monitor is fundamentally average, only being able to produce around 95% sRGB (according to 3dnews.ru on the 27" variant).

Also this monitor is potentially complete junk due to its use of PWM dimming (which was used in the C32HG70s).
md110/01/2019 15:46

It would have 1.7x the pixel density as another 32" 1080p monitor, not a …It would have 1.7x the pixel density as another 32" 1080p monitor, not a "40 inch monitor". Also pixel density is unrelated to the number of overall pixels.


The end of my first comment should read same pixel density (not same number of pixels) because that's what's paramount. My later comment showed how a 40" 1080p monitor as a PPI of 55 and this has a PPI of 92, making this opnly 1.67x the density of a 40" monitor and only 1.3x a 32" 1080p.
md110/01/2019 15:48

You should never just randomly mess around with monitor settings without a …You should never just randomly mess around with monitor settings without a proper colorimeter. Also the colour production on the monitor is fundamentally average, only being able to produce around 95% sRGB (according to 3dnews.ru on the 27" variant).Also this monitor is potentially complete junk due to its use of PWM dimming (which was used in the C32HG70s).


Of course you should "randomly mess around with monitor settings without a proper colorimeter", because...

A) Most monitor's firmware has a restore to default option.
B) Most people don't need accurate colour reproduction, they just need what looks good to them.
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