I sincerely doubt it is running at a real 240 hz, that is likely some overclock bs. But what it is probably going to do is utilize hdmi 2.1 or displayport 2.0 as the limitation on refresh rate is caused by the displayport 1.4 limitations at that resolution. Note that if this is the case, you'd have to wait until the new video cards come out as well.Well this sucks. I bought my C49RG9 this past year for $1,500 and it's 120hz. Didn't think they'd advance that quickly or else I would have waited. Especially since I can't even do 120hz with HDR on it! Have to drop to 100hz.
No to the Mini LED, only multi-thousand dollar monitors (and TCL HDTV's) have that at these high-zone, mini-led backlights at the moment. The current version of these Samsungs use edge-lit zones that is about the same as not having any zones.Do these new monitors support mini LED display technology and/or do they use full array local dimming (FALD)?
more curved nonsense, can't wait until Samsung actually releases a decent flat monitor? a curved 27 inch is far inferior to a flat one
Well this sucks. I bought my C49RG9 this past year for $1,500 and it's 120hz. Didn't think they'd advance that quickly or else I would have waited. Especially since I can't even do 120hz with HDR on it! Have to drop to 100hz.
Not VA. Those are all curved, AFAIK.There are plenty of good flat 27" monitors out there.
Plenty of gaming sites have looked into the benefits of high-framerate displays, so I won't rehash those arguments here. If you're unfamiliar with them, you'd do well to educate yourself before advising others.Hahaha you think your eyes can even tell the difference between 240 or 120. You poor fool falling for the marketing hype. You're probably too young to remember that 30 used to be the standard and 60 is perfectly fine even today.