Samsung's CFG70 144Hz Quantum Dot Gaming monitors are now available

Samsung's CFG70 144Hz Quantum Dot Gaming monitors are now available

Samsung's CFG70 144Hz Curved Quantum Dot Gaming monitors are now available

Samsung's CFG70 144Hz Quantum Dot Gaming monitors are now available

Samsung's new CFG70 144Hz Curved series of Quantum Dot Gaming monitors are now available to purchase in the UK, supporting 125% of the sRGB colour gamut and offering some of the most accurate colour available on displays today. 
This display will come with a high-quality VA panel with Quantum Dot technology, with a moving picture response time (MPST) of 1ms and a high refresh rate of 144Hz and FreeSync compatibility. This display uses quantum dots, tiny particles that will convert blue LED light into highly saturated primary colours, allowing quantum dot displays to support a higher brightness and wider colour gamut than traditional LCD displays. 


Samsung's CFG70 monitors will come in 24" and 27" sizes and come with an 1800R curvature, making these displays the world's first Quantum Dot curved screens to hit the consumer market. These monitors will also come with a FreeSync Range of 70Hz to 144Hz via DisplayPort, with support for low framerate compensation technology (LFR) to support variable framerates of between 30 and 144Hz.  

The only downside of this display is the fact that it runs at a resolution of 1080p, which is not that high for a display that if available for £329.99 and £429.95 for the 24-inch and 27-inch versions respectively. 

Right now Samsung is also working to release a 21:9, 100Hz, 3440x1440 variant called the CF291, which is set to release in early 2017. 


In the UK the Samsung's CFG70 144Hz Curved Quantum Dot Gaming monitors are available exclusively at Overclockers UK


You can join the discussion on Samsung's CFG70 displays on the OC3D Forums


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Most Recent Comments

02-12-2016, 13:01:29

Hopefully a regular QHD version follows.Quote

02-12-2016, 13:16:25

Would have been perfect if it was 1440!Quote

02-12-2016, 13:32:57

Yeah, if this was 1440p, wow, that would be a borderline perfect monitor.Quote

02-12-2016, 13:59:32

The upcoming 3440x1440 monitor, will that also support FreeSync?...Quote

05-12-2016, 04:39:37

Shame it doesn't have a VESA mount. Instantly writes it off my potential list Quote

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