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Samsung UE590D 28" Ultra HD FreeSync Gaming Monitor £178.97 @ Ebuyer
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Samsung UE590D 28" Ultra HD FreeSync Gaming Monitor £178.97 @ Ebuyer

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Posted 28th Dec 2019Edited by:"sarden84"

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Samsung UE590D 28" Ultra HD FreeSync Gaming Monitor

Im a current owner of this very Samsung 28 4k monitor.

  • 3840 x 2160 UHD
  • HDMI x 2 & DisplayPort
  • 60Hz / 1ms Response Time
  • Panel Type: TN
  • FreeSync Technology

use to be around the £249.00 figure, but has come down to around the £179 on afew places.

i was lucky to get a used version of this set from a friend for £100.00, would never of dreamed of purchasing one at £299 listed on currys at the time so nice to see this product to come down to £179

hdmi slot 2 is 4k, and the display port is too. doesnt come with any speakers which isnt a bother for my self.

the screen is fast responsive 1ms and the color is amazing, pair'd with a 5700xt it gives me some great 4K pleasure gaming,

its no IPS monitor but a TN however its one of the best out there. zero issues.

personal recommendation this based on my own experience.

and its a great monitor for the Xbox One X too. Red Dead 2 looks amazing on it.
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Is there a significant difference between this & the IPS version for non-gaming applications such as photo/video editing?
frogman28/12/2019 12:20

Is there a significant difference between this & the IPS version for …Is there a significant difference between this & the IPS version for non-gaming applications such as photo/video editing?


Colour accuracy for video editing and response time for gaming.
craigtumilty28/12/2019 12:23

Colour accuracy for video editing and response time for gaming.



Yes, colour accuracy is essential for photo/video editing so I guess it's going to have to be an IPS screen...
Only one hdmi 60hz ?
frogman28/12/2019 12:20

Is there a significant difference between this & the IPS version for …Is there a significant difference between this & the IPS version for non-gaming applications such as photo/video editing?


for gaming, panel type is least important.
For photo editing 100% need IPS panel for colour accuracy
I have the 570D which I use for the Xbox One X and PS4 Pro, and it is great for that.
With the xbox x out next year do we think this monitor will be capable to with stand the significant power increase to current consoles?

If not Ill wait to see what's about next year
Can anyone confirm the clarity running this in it's non-native resolution of 2560 x 1440 or 1920 x 1440 (assuming it will run at these resolutions)?
I'm not referring to using windows scaling, but actually setting the resolution to the above as the works graphics cards are nowhere near powerful enough for 4K native. I'm aware I can get a QHD monitor instead, but I like the option of PBP and PiP.

Some monitors look really bad when you do not run them at native resolution.
Edited by: "Gordon.Bell" 29th Dec 2019
Will this work in xbox one s?
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