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When do these monitors come out?

Here in EU 24" version should be out in few days, 13th i think.
27" is coming later if i'm not mistaken.
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post #82 of 4215
No I did not.
The only monitor I owned from Samsung was a 30", but it had 5 ms refresh rates, and was relatively unplayable. Great for productivity though.
I know very little about their other panels. I do a lot of photography work, and game about 20% of my time.
I have my eye out for the Acer 32" 4k monitor, but am also interested in the new samsung line.
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I am waiting for the 34"
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No Samsung, Lg or Benq comes with Gsync.
Only Acer and Asus come with Gsync. And the latter is a panel lottery. This is why I am drawn to Samsung. I would like to use Freesync, but AMD cards are very weak compared to GTX 1080 and titan.
In a couple of months AMD is releasing their new flagships, I'm keeping my eye on them to replace my GTX 980, to unlock this monitor's capabilities fully later on. In the meantime, the 144Hz and awesome VA panel will be good enough upgrade from my 75Hz IPS.
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I am also kind of glad that these models are going for below the announced MSRP, which are rather high, in europe .

They announced that the 34" cf791 would have an MSRP of 1300€ for Europe ,but you can already preorder it at reputable shops for as low as 1000€, still no bargain but quite the considerable difference to the MSRP.

The 24" cfg70 had a MSRP of 450€ and can now be preordered for 400€ at amazon, which i feel is a bit more reasonable considering it is only a 24" fhd monitor after all.
Edited by aliquis - 10/7/16 at 3:34pm
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C24FG70 review in chinese:
http://www.gamersky.com/hardware/201609/814710.shtml

Damn, the blacks look deeper than the bezel:

    
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post #87 of 4215
I really hope this gets into some Canadian retailers this month, it's already on Amazon.com and B&H US for $400 Preorder.
I've held off playing some games for a couple months so I can experience them on the C24FG70, this is the biggest upgrade I can make from anything I currently own in my setup.

Plus all the big games are releasing this October and November, I'd like to have it in time.
Edited by Hunched - 10/8/16 at 2:22pm
post #88 of 4215
There are none in the USA.
I want to buy the 34"
whee did you see them?
post #89 of 4215
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There are none in the USA.
I want to buy the 34"
whee did you see them?

...I just said the C24FG70 is on Amazon and B&H in the US and probably more. I don't know about the 34"
post #90 of 4215
Buy the 34" and then....wait for a semi decent amd card to come out.
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