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Samsung has plans to release a 100Hz HDR 3440x1440 FreeSync Display

Samsung has plans to release a 100Hz HDR 3440x1440 FreeSync Display

Samsung has plans to release a 100Hz HDR 3440x1440 FreeSync Display

Samsung has plans to release a 100Hz HDR 3440x1440 FreeSync Display

 

Samsung has showcased a 3440x1440 100Hz HDR ready curved FreeSync display that will be available to purchase later this year. 

This monitor is easily one of the highest end monitors that we have ever seen, using DisplayPort 1.3 and Quantum Dot technology in order to deliver a display that offers full HDR support and a refresh rate of 100Hz at a resolution of 3440x1440.  

Samsung claims that this monitor has 125% sRGB colour gamut support, using a high-quality VA panel with a 4ms response time.  

This monitor currently has the model name CF791 and comes with a 1800R curve and has built in 7W speakers 

  Samsung showcase a 3440x1440 100Hz HDR FreeSync display

 

This monitor will come with a nice white rear, which has a cover for the rear input connections to aid with cable management. This monitor will support both DisplayPort and HDMI inputs, both of which have support for AMD FreeSync/ VESA Adaptive Sync technology at 100Hz, though a minimum FreeSync refresh rate has not been specified. 

 

 

This is likely to be the first of many HDR compatible high-resolution displays to hit the market later this year, starting the HDR monitor revolution. 

At this time Samsung has not given this monitor a final release date or retail price. 

 

You can join the discussion on Samsung's 100Hz HDR FreeSync 3440x1440 display on the OC3D Forums

  

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26-08-2016, 05:03:37

tolagarf
Exactly what is the difference between a HDR and non-HDR 1440p display? I know what it means, but until now HDR was just something the graphics card too care of and didn't require monitor support.

Also... No VESA mount confirmed = sux Quote

26-08-2016, 05:38:39

King of Old Old School
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Originally Posted by tolagarf View Post
Exactly what is the difference between a HDR and non-HDR 1440p display? I know what it means, but until now HDR was just something the graphics card too care of and didn't require monitor support.

Also... No VESA mount confirmed = sux
I agree

What a bonehead move bye Samsung bye not putting a VESA mount on the back.Quote

26-08-2016, 06:15:16

GrahamC
No VESA mount means I can't buy this. Quote

26-08-2016, 07:20:31

kosch

26-08-2016, 08:12:23

Chrazey
Quote:
Originally Posted by tolagarf View Post
Also... No VESA mount confirmed = sux
Quote:
Originally Posted by King of Old School View Post
I agree

What a bonehead move bye Samsung bye not putting a VESA mount on the back.
This is why you don't buy Samsung monitors Quote
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