Samsung announces their 34-inch C34H890 100Hz FreeSync Display

Samsung announces their 34-inch C34H890 100Hz FreeSync Display

Samsung announces their 34-inch C34H890 100Hz FreeSync Display

 
Samsung has announced their new 34-inch Ultra-wide C34H890 display, coming with a refresh rate of up to 100Hz and with support for Adaptive-Sync, which allows this display to support AMD’s FreeSync technology.  

This display is designed to arrive as a cheaper alternative for C34F791, which is a similar 3440×1440 display from Samsung that comes with a Quantum Dot display and support for a wider colour gamut. The new C34H890 will come with a shallower curve of 1800R, instead of the 1500R curve used in the C34F791.    

The C34H890 comes with what Samsung calls a “smart” titanium-coloured plastic surround and with a 100×100 VESA compatible monitor arm.     

The C34H890 will come with a FreeSync Range of 48-100Hz with support for AMD LFC, allowing this display to offer extended variable refresh rates via a method known as framerate doubling. IE a 30Hz image is displayed twice (effective 60Hz), allowing the display to stay within its variable refresh rate window.     

 

Samsung announces their 34-inch C34H890 100Hz FreeSync Display

 

As said above this display lacks a Quantum Dot backlight and instead uses a WLED backlight solution, with this SVA panel type used in this display offering a 4ms response time.  

At this time Samsung has not listed a price for this display, though it is expected to be priced under £729.99, which is the current price of the C34F791 in the UK. 

  

You can join the discussion on Samsung’s new 34-inch C34H890 100Hz Ultra-wide FreeSync display on the OC3D Forums. 

 

Samsung announces their 34-inch C34H890 100Hz FreeSync Display

Samsung announces their 34-inch C34H890 100Hz FreeSync Display

 
Samsung has announced their new 34-inch Ultra-wide C34H890 display, coming with a refresh rate of up to 100Hz and with support for Adaptive-Sync, which allows this display to support AMD’s FreeSync technology.  

This display is designed to arrive as a cheaper alternative for C34F791, which is a similar 3440×1440 display from Samsung that comes with a Quantum Dot display and support for a wider colour gamut. The new C34H890 will come with a shallower curve of 1800R, instead of the 1500R curve used in the C34F791.    

The C34H890 comes with what Samsung calls a “smart” titanium-coloured plastic surround and with a 100×100 VESA compatible monitor arm.     

The C34H890 will come with a FreeSync Range of 48-100Hz with support for AMD LFC, allowing this display to offer extended variable refresh rates via a method known as framerate doubling. IE a 30Hz image is displayed twice (effective 60Hz), allowing the display to stay within its variable refresh rate window.     

 

Samsung announces their 34-inch C34H890 100Hz FreeSync Display

 

As said above this display lacks a Quantum Dot backlight and instead uses a WLED backlight solution, with this SVA panel type used in this display offering a 4ms response time.  

At this time Samsung has not listed a price for this display, though it is expected to be priced under £729.99, which is the current price of the C34F791 in the UK. 

  

You can join the discussion on Samsung’s new 34-inch C34H890 100Hz Ultra-wide FreeSync display on the OC3D Forums.