Samsung has introduced the brand new CRG5 gaming monitor at E3 2019, its first to ship with compatibility for Nvidia G-Sync through the most recent graphics card software program. That implies that should you use a GTX 10-series or RTX 20-series Nvidia graphics card, the monitor can get rid of display tearing and show smoother, higher-fidelity visuals.
The CRG5 incorporates a curved, 27-inch 1,920 x 1,080 VA panel with vast viewing angles, a 240Hz refresh charge, and a 4ms response time. At $399, it’s quite costly for this set of options, nevertheless. Acer’s ED273 matches Samsung’s new monitor virtually to a tee for a far cheaper price of $229.99.
In the meantime, if you would like a 1440p monitor and are all proper with abandoning the CRG5’s slim-bezeled design and 240Hz refresh charge, the Acer XZ321Q incorporates a curved 32-inch 1440p VA panel with 144Hz refresh charge and 1ms response time. It at the moment prices $489, however its greater display and better decision make it a significantly better worth.
Samsung’s new monitor might find yourself being higher than these two choices as soon as we spend extra time with it, however its considerably excessive worth isn’t a terrific look should you’re window buying. Provided that the CRG5 begins properly above competing G-Sync appropriate screens, it is perhaps finest to attend for its worth to drop after it releases in July.