Samsung has been producing ultra-wide gaming displays for some time now. But this latest model is bolder. The new 49-inch Odyssey display boasts an “8K” resolution as shown on the AMD Radeon 700 rendering. However, it is only horizontal. If we assume the same 32/9 aspect ratio as the Odyssey Neo G9 model, it would have a resolution of 7680×2160. This is basically two 4K screens side-by side (and the bottom half a full 8K display is decent). It’s amazing how fast the screen can push these pixels out.
According to computer gamesSamsung claims that the screen can be used at a refresh rate of up 900Hz. The new Radeon RX 7900 XT and RX 7900 XTXDisplayPort 2.1. Here’s the flip side: It can’t reach that insane speed at a maximum resolution half of 8K. It travels at 900Hz at 1440p resolution and 480Hz in 4K resolution (mostly 3840×1080 on the ultrafast panel), while native resolution at 165Hz is “only”. We’re talking 16.6MP, which is 165 times per second – still quite impressive and better than any other product on the market.
To get these incredible refresh rates at this resolution, you’ll need a Radeon Card. Even Nvidia’s most powerful cards can still surpass DisplayPort 1.4. Its other charms include a mini LED quantum dots panel, 100R curve rating and RGB backlighting. They will work with any modern laptop or desktop computer. Other than the release date and price, AMD has not revealed any technical details. However, AMD claims that high resolution, high-refresh builds from Acer, LG and Acer will be available starting in 2023. More information will be released at CES in January.
If you are unsure how much you can save, The current Odyssey G9 is the best in its classUltra HD with 5K horizontal resolution. Retail price is $2300 The math is simple enough to show that $3,000+ would not be unreasonable. In the meantime, you might want to complete the payment Our roundup of the best gaming monitorsFor more economical options.
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