The Samsung Odyssey G5 gaming screen is large, bright and fast

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There is some good news for gamers who need a new screen – Samsung has announced the release of the Samsung Odyssey G5 S32AG52, a new display tailored for an optimal gaming experience. The latest addition to the Samsung Odyssey series of gaming screens, this monitor offers a refresh rate of 165 Hz combined with a built-in WQHD resolution.

The new Odyssey G5 comes with a 32-inch IPS panel combined with the HDR400, which means it is High Dynamic Range compatible at 400 nits. This is a respectable brightness level and should be suitable for most gaming or entertainment needs. The combination of an IPS panel, known for its bright colors and contrasts, and the HDR400 are likely to offer good color reproduction.

Samsung Odyssey G5 screen.

Samsung promises a wide viewing angle on this 32-inch screen, indicating that the image should remain clear from any point of view at a 178-degree angle. The screen has a 21: 9 WQHD resolution, which refers to a resolution of 2560 x 1440. Compared to Full HD screens, Odyssey packs 1.7 times the pixel density, allowing for more content on the screen compared to others screens.

Samsung Odyssey G5 has a refresh rate of 165Hz combined with a response time of 1 ms. There are monitors that offer higher refresh rates, but 165Hz should be sufficient for most players, even those who enjoy titles that are heavily dependent on refresh rates, such as first-person shooters.

It is compatible with both Nvidia’s G-Sync and AMD’s Freesync Premium, which means it can be used regardless of the graphics card installed in the system. The use of G-Sync or FreeSync Premium protects against tearing the screen and minimizes input delay.

The monitor comes with an HDMI 2.0 port, a DisplayPort 1.2 connection and a 3.5mm headphone jack. It also has a 19V DC connection and a USB service port.

Samsung Odyssey G5 in 90-degree swivel mode.

Visually, the Samsung Odyssey G5 has thin edges and a somewhat matte look. The monitor is mounted on a height-adjustable stand, and it can tilt, rotate, or even rotate if you prefer to work on a vertical monitor.

The G5 S32AG52 is the successor to Samsung fairly successful series of monitors , which includes a variety of screens, such as the curved oneSamsung Odyssey G5 LC32G55TQ. Although the screen performance is still noticeable, on paper it looks like a good option for both gamers and advertisers with a bright display and a good refresh rate.

Samsung has not yet announced when exactly the Samsung Odyssey G5 S32AG52 will be sold, or for how much. But the screen is already live on Samsung’s website, so the launch can not be far away.

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