1920 x 1080
Response Time (G2G)
178° H x 178° V
- 25 points
- 28 months ago
from completed build Raijintek Styx + Ryzen
I once mocked curved monitors. "What's the point? What a gimmick!" said naive old me. And I sort of had a point when it came to televisions. There's no advantage that I can see if you're sitting six feet away.
But in a desktop monitor? View angles are everything. Flat monitors look strange now. This guy also has excellent colour, clarity, and features (Freesync inclusion is very appreciated.)
- 21 points
- 10 months ago
from completed build OwO what's this?
Not as vibrant colors as a QLED display but fits the great price.
I was able to set mine to 72hz without overclocking it, making it a really good secondary monitor if you already have a 144hz refresh rate one. You don't need to deal with the 144hz 60hz dual monitor stutter problems since the frame buffer is in sync because 72 divides evenly into 144.
- 19 points
- 33 months ago
from completed build Icebreaker - Budget/Mid ITX Build!
While it’s not central to the build itself, I also wanted to mention the monitor I decided to pick up, due to my overwhelmingly positive experiences with it – short of an UltraWide panel, a regular curved widescreen is the pinnacle of immersiveness in media consumption, and when one considers the clean industrial design, FreeSync capabilities for AMD cards, and low price point, the C24F390 is certainly an enticing prospect for those after a smaller, cheaper but still premium display.
- 13 points
- 9 months ago
from completed build I Should Be Studying
Awesome little monitor! (Though the curve really makes it appear deceptively large) It has a sleek look and minimalistic qualities, which can be good or bad depending. There is only one button utilized for all the menu settings such as input, volume, and so on, so that's kind of a strange thing to consider, but definitely not a deal breaker at this price point. There are also no built in speakers, but if you have something laying around like I do that you can connect to via aux, then no problem. For those lacking amenities and the fact that you cannot adjust the angle or height of the screen, I knock a star off. But then again, when are curved monitors ever cheaper than $200? If you can get this on sale like me, then it's worth every penny. Plus there's the included FreeSync, quality assurance that comes with the Samsung brand, and other cool features I'm still discovering. No regrets here.
- 10 points
- 10 months ago
from completed build Beautiful Micro ATX Build
Excellent curved 24’ monitor, for a reasonable price. The 4ms response time was the selling point for me on this display.
- 7 points
- 23 months ago
from completed build Red Rabbit - AMD / FX 8370 / RX 580 / ASUS / NOCTUA / KINGSTON / CORSAIR / WD
-FreeSync. if you have an AMD graphics card get a FreeSync monitor. if you have a Nvidia graphics card get a GSync monitor.
-curved screen. I was skeptical at first but wow so comfortable on the eyes. sounds odd but its truly a great gaming experience.
-good value for $200 or less. there is a 27" version for about $280.
-VESA mountable 75mm × 75mm and under 8 pounds.
-the toggle switch for menu navigation is a bit awkward.
- no hight adjustment and minimal tilt adjustment. consider getting an adjustable monitor mount.
-no DisplayPort. the 27" version has DisplayPort
- depending on how far away from the monitor you sit and if it is on the desk or mounted on a stand 24" or 27" might be the perfect size for you. i mounted my monitor at eye level so its 6-12" above where it might be if its on a desk. I'm 5'9" and sit somewhere between 2-3 feet from the monitor.
- 5 points
- 4 months ago
from completed build Nerd Rage - I5-8600k 5GHz OC
Great panel for its price. The colors are great, like all Samsung panels and it's really immersive with its curve. I broke one 4 months after buying it just by slightly pushing it and not stopping it from falling flat on my keyboard. It's incredible how such a small hit can destroy a curved panel. Also it's only 60Hz so it's not as smooth as a 144Hz but the price ain't as high either so it's worth it.
- 4 points
- 21 months ago
from completed build Antipixel
It is a decent monitor. it works. having a curved monitor is great. it’s a 1080p 60hz non-gsync or ips monitor. Another thing that is terrible is customer service. my monitor arrived completely broken and cracked on one side. i filled out a long survey asking about what happened then the customer service people bounced me around departments and said they couldn’t fix my broken monitor. then i said it was a damaged monitor. then they immediately said they could fix it and I sent in my broken monitor and they fixed it and shipped it to me with 2 day shipping. it took 2 weeks to get to my house. would not recommend at the normal $190 price. I got it for $130
- 3 points
- 15 months ago
from completed build Young Scott Build
I LOVE THIS THING i reccomend it but only problem is one hdmi and one display port.
- 2 points
- 2 days ago
from completed build Cased Wonder
A really nice and cheap curved monitor that is nothing special, but it works. Probably the weakest link in this setup and the first thing to be replaced in the future. I still haven't found the right deal for the gaming monitor. 144Hz or 4K? Who knows...