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It does not appear that the G7 automatically adjust to a game format and then plays all in perfect ultrawide splendour.
Some displays such as the Sceptre C series or Samsung™ Odyssey G9 series may experience an intermittent black screen on Radeon™ RX 6000 series graphics products.
The Samsung™ Odyssey G9 C49G95T may experience display or corruption issues when set to 5120x1440@240hz
We quickly forget Nvidia surround and AMD eyefinity were a thing. Nothing beats the super ultrawide in terms of immersion though.The form factor is stupid, it's the bottom half of an TV. I use a 43" tv as screen which is way better, this is just bling gimmick.
That price is yet to be determined.Then this happened:
The monitor is the first from the company to feature their Quantum MiniLED technology which will greatly improve peak brightness levels. The Odyssey G9 2021 will reportedly be able to reach a peak brightness of 2,000 nits when displaying HDR content. The monitor retains its 49" size, 1000R curvature, 240 Hz refresh rate, 1 ms response time, and 5,120 x 1,440 resolution.
Samsung has recently announced their latest flagship gaming monitor the Samsung Odyssey G9 2021. The new Odyssey G9 is the successor to the original monitor by the same name which was released by Samsung in June 2020. The monitor is the first from the company to feature their Quantum MiniLED...www.techpowerup.com
Yeah, I seriously doubt it will cost the same as the current g9. They will probably coexist in the market at different price points.That price is yet to be determined.
Lets compare the closest mini leds on the market by Asus costing $4500 for the 42 inch version and $2800 for the 27 inch version.
Now add the VA G9 at $1699
The price will not be for the faint of hearts lets put it this way!