For a gaming PC this might be the best monitor you can buy.
Samsung 49" CHG90 Curved Gaming Monitor on Amazon: http://austin.tech/samsung49
How to Build a Gaming Computer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ca4MgTNO69o
That thing is giant, I want a curved monitor, but nothing that big. Would it be better to go with that giant 49" or a triple monitor set up? (reasoning, monitor breaks, giant curved one is done, versus one of three monitors is gone) What would you guys choose???
You have an
Overkill gaming monitor that
Ultimately beats all other
Monitors by a long run and
Only insane people will buy this
Gaming. If you have
An urge to buy this for
Yourself go ahead.
Too wide for me, also not too keen on the curved screen thing... I like having multiple monitors instead of one giant one, it makes snapping things easier. I have 3 monitors right now, so I could snap 4 on each, total of 12. You couldn't easily do that on a single monitor
@austinevans cool video, at least you didn't almost drop it this time, haha. Any possibility of reviewing the Nvidia 65" BFG monitor if it goes into production? I would love to see your take on that besides the CES preview
Why is G-Sync almost never supported on high-end monitors. Like what is the point of a 1080ti if you won't even be able to take full advantage of behemoths like this? It seems like all monitors of this magnitude only support free-sync.
p.s. I know that there are AMD cards that can run this monster, but vega sucks up power and isn't even as powerful as a 1080ti so my point still stands.
Again, not what gamers want. Just another proof of "hey we can do it big". Please use your influence towards telling lg /samsung what gamers want/need. That is fast ultra wide 4k or wqhd IPS or VA panels with no backlight bleed with gsync and freesync versions. 32'' or 34'' or bigger for the big wallets.