Samsung's massive 49-inch super-wide monitor got an upgrade that will make video games look incredible - if your PC can handle it
- Samsung's recently announced CRG9 "super" ultra-wide gaming monitor comes with a sharper QHD resolution than the original model's FHD resolution that was released in 2017.
- With an aspect ratio of 32:9, the CRG9 is the equivalent of two 27-inch QHD monitors.
- The CRG9 comes with HDR10 support for better colors, a 120Hz refresh rate, as well as AMD Freesync 2 for smoother gameplay.
Samsung announced a new member to the "super" ultra-wide gaming monitor family with a higher resolution quad-HD model that's sharper than the regular full-HD model that the company originally released back in 2017.Super ultra-wide monitors have an aspect ratio of 32:9. Put into plain English, that's exactly two normal monitors put together. Measuring 49 inches diagonally, the CRG9 is the equivalent of two 27-inch monitors side-by-side.
Despite support for AMD's game-smoothing Freesync 2 technology, very few - if any - of AMD's graphics cards would be able to make the most of the CRG9 monitor. The only AMD card that could have a chance is the Vega 64, which is best suited for a single QHD monitor. But whether it can handle the equivalent of two QHD monitors at 120 frames-per-second at higher graphics settings is perhaps questionable.
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