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SAMSUNG CHG90 Series 49" HDR QLED Curved Monitor - LC49HG90DMNXZA

Model: C49HG90DMN
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The ultra-wide 49-inch screen with its innovative 32:9 aspect ratio means you always get to see game scenes in their entirety, exactly as their developers intended. And the 1800R curved panel immerses you in gameplay and delivers cinematic viewing for movies and video content.

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The ultra-wide 49-inch screen with its innovative 32:9 aspect ratio means you always get to see game scenes in their entirety, exactly as their developers intended. And the 1800R curved panel immerses you in gameplay and delivers cinematic viewing for movies and video content.
The ultra-wide 49-inch screen with its innovative 32:9 aspect ratio means you always get to see game scenes in their entirety, exactly as their developers intended. And the 1800R curved panel immerses you in gameplay and delivers cinematic viewing for movies and video content.

Smoother gameplay
  • The fast 144Hz screen refresh rate ensures you flawlessly smooth action scenes even in games with high frame rates. And you can adjust the refresh rate to 60Hz/120Hz when necessary.
A billion shades of color.
  • With Quantum Dot technology, Samsung?s QLED Gaming Monitor provides an extreme upgrade in your gaming experience. Quantum dot makes today's games appear more lifelike by delivering a billion shades of accurate color.
AMD Radeon FreeSync 2 support*
  • The CHG90 supports AMD?s new Radeon FreeSync? 2 technology, which gives gamers a smooth HDR gaming experience with twice the perceivable brightness and color of that offered by the sRGB spectrum.
Built for speed
  • Blending its advanced motion blur reduction technology with its superior VA panel, Samsung has created this curved monitor with a super-fast 1ms MPRT (motion picture response time) that lets you enjoy unprecedented gaming performance without motion blur across the entire screen.
HDR changes the game
  • The CHG90 QLED Gaming Monitor features support for High Dynamic Range (HDR), so dark areas are darker and bright areas are brighter. See mind-blowing detail and contrast as bright blue skies share the screen with deep shadows and silhouettes.

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Specifications

Brand
Samsung
Screen Size
49"
Backlight Type
Quantum Dot LED
Model
C49HG90DMN
Resolution
3840 x 1080
Condition
New
Accessories Included
  • 49" CHG90 QLED Gaming Monitor
  • HDMI cable
  • DP cable
  • USB 3.0 cable
  • Power cable
  • Install CD-ROM
  • Quick Setup Guide
Aspect Ratio
32:9
Response Time
1 ms
Refresh Rate
144 Hz
Color
Multicolor
Features
3840X1080 QUANTUMDOT 1MS 144HZ
Manufacturer Part Number
c49hg90dmn
Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H)
7.65 x 47.36 x 14.54 Inches

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Most helpful positive review
38 customers found this helpful
Pictures will never do it justice
Once you try it out, it's hard to use a regular monitor. It does not replace a true 4k setup on a 65"+ TV but just as good. So if you use your giant 4k tv for computer and gaming use - this is a different idea. Put them together, and just swap inputs for the best experience.
Most helpful negative review
12 customers found this helpful
This monitor is in beta.
for me it seems like this monitor is in beta, and what could be a good product was pushed on the market with alot of flaws. This is the list of issues i have gotten and still havent been able to resolve with samsung support. 1. First issue im encountering is the monitor switching output (hdmi etc.) whenever switching from a fullscreen window to another window. takes about 2 secounds and then it turns on again. 2. Ever since the start it has been making 'crack & pop' noises this happens when the monitor is made of cheap materials - the monitor expands and as a consequence of this i can even see pixels in the top of the monitor where the border was suppose to cover. 3. Latest issue and the most annyoing is the monitor displaying white pixels in eaither the top portion of the monitor middle or lower part its just a sudden flash not triggered by any specific event, the 'white pixels' span the entire width of the screen. I feel like this monitor has so much potential and i do not know wich monitor i would chose other than this because it is an amazing monitor and for me this width is perfect for my line of work, im not mad at samsung im just sad, sad that this monitor has the potential of being a complete game breaker but falls short with major bugs and issues. I would 100% recommend this monitor if they fixed all of the issues thats currently with the monitor. See attached video and pictur for issues. Oh and last thing why freesync? like why?
Most helpful positive review
38 customers found this helpful
Pictures will never do it justice
Once you try it out, it's hard to use a regular monitor. It does not replace a true 4k setup on a 65"+ TV but just as good. So if you use your giant 4k tv for computer and gaming use - this is a different idea. Put them together, and just swap inputs for the best experience.
Most helpful negative review
12 customers found this helpful
This monitor is in beta.
for me it seems like this monitor is in beta, and what could be a good product was pushed on the market with alot of flaws. This is the list of issues i have gotten and still havent been able to resolve with samsung support. 1. First issue im encountering is the monitor switching output (hdmi etc.) whenever switching from a fullscreen window to another window. takes about 2 secounds and then it turns on again. 2. Ever since the start it has been making 'crack & pop' noises this happens when the monitor is made of cheap materials - the monitor expands and as a consequence of this i can even see pixels in the top of the monitor where the border was suppose to cover. 3. Latest issue and the most annyoing is the monitor displaying white pixels in eaither the top portion of the monitor middle or lower part its just a sudden flash not triggered by any specific event, the 'white pixels' span the entire width of the screen. I feel like this monitor has so much potential and i do not know wich monitor i would chose other than this because it is an amazing monitor and for me this width is perfect for my line of work, im not mad at samsung im just sad, sad that this monitor has the potential of being a complete game breaker but falls short with major bugs and issues. I would 100% recommend this monitor if they fixed all of the issues thats currently with the monitor. See attached video and pictur for issues. Oh and last thing why freesync? like why?
1-10 of 57 reviews

Update

I have written a review of this monitor before. Now quite a while later I've purchased another one to see if there's been any improvements since last time I owned a HG90.

I had issues with the backlighting in gaming mode + issues with the backlighting zones beforehand.

The difference between the previous monitor I had and the new one i recieved today is night and day, so much so that I doubt it's just firmware upgrades that are the difference. I recommend disabling the backlight zones in SDR as they still cause some funnies in certain games.

Other than that the monitor performs excellent. The insane blur that I experienced on the other monitor is nonexistent here, using the gaming mode is almost not really necessary. In gaming mode this monitor is also more than bright enough, almost a bit 2 brigth for how I generally keep my lights in my room. Haven't gotten to test the HDR much, but I assume it's pretty much the same as it has been. Pretty basic, not really well supported and windows HDR stuff = pretty basic and buggy. There are plenty reviews on youtube that test the HDR properly. I honestly don't find it necessary.

Picture quality is excellent, colors are vibrant and very nicely balanced, very little blur, overall very good quality overall. I'm not bothered by the 1080p resolution as I prefer framerate over pixel density. All in all I'm very happy with this monitor, again, so much so that I suspect the panel had more issues than just a few dead pixels on the previous one I owned.

I've tested LG's 35" ultrawide, Predator Z35/X34/X34P and AOC Agon 35". There's no comparison between the HG90 and the forementioned. If you really want a higher resolution I would go for the X34/X34P(they both have their pros and cons, most people seem to prefer the older X34 model).

All in all an excellent product and I kind of regret not testing another one of these when I returned the first one. I would still like to see more backlight zones and proper HDR10 support but I'm sure that's coming down the line, and with the pricing of the current HDR10 monitors I don't mind the HG90 at it's current price at all.

Pictures will never do it justice

Once you try it out, it's hard to use a regular monitor. It does not replace a true 4k setup on a 65"+ TV but just as good. So if you use your giant 4k tv for computer and gaming use - this is a different idea. Put them together, and just swap inputs for the best experience.

Best monitor ever

I am a gamer & this game is great for fps games ... [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]

I love this setup! Still wonder if it has sound

I'm not a Gamer but heavy duty multi-tasker for ..... wait for it.....WORK!, in the Financial Industry. Someone has to Pay for the Xbox's etc. around here :-) This monitor is not cheap but worth every penny to me. I love it and highly recommend it. The only thing I still can't figure out is if it has sound. My PC sure thinks it has sound but no sound ever comes out of it.

Perfect for everything

I've had this monitor only a week. It replaced some older screens.

Everything about this is amazing. But I have 1 problem.

I just ordered a second one, and I don't know how i'm going to mount it above this one.

I'm trying to figure out a way to fabricate something but so far I got nothing.

Either way, i'm excited and waiting for my 2nd screen to arrive, hopefully I come up with a mounting solution before hand.

A+ product. Used mostly for research and gaming.

Perfection

This monitor is amazing. ALL Steam games will work on it, if it doesn't support the native resolution there will be a black bar on the sides(like other ultra wides). games the do support the full aspect ratio look gorgeous! I think it's a great value considering its the only one of its kind. thanks, Samsung!!

Great Screen

OK all Bare with me, i am trying the best i can to write in English here.

I got a new computer with 2 GeForce 1080 TI last month with this screen. And the screen itself makes me happier than the computer itself. its so very clear, fluent and the colors are just simply amazing. i read some of the remarks that people wrote here and for the better part of them they had issues that were not linked directly to the monitor, and were from my point of view ''not informed and/or not objective with their critics''

This screen is the best one on the market so far with its 1ms response time, 144 refresh rate, and image Quality, you will not be disappointed in this screen

Beautiful display

The picture quality of this monitor is excellent. The colors are beautiful. The speakers are built into the monitor. They're not very good at bass, but one could hardly expect them to be for their size. I've never had a monitor this size. I really like it. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]

Problems with screeen

The right half of the screen flickers bright - then normal - then stays bright.

jeames: I am very sorry to see that you have encountered issues with the Samsung C49HG90 Gaming Monitor. I understand your disappointment and hope that you will give us a chance to assist with troubleshooting or warranty service. Samsung products are engineered to the highest standards of performance and quality and we back your Samsung monitor with a 1-year limited manufacturer's warranty, if purchased brand-new from an authorized dealer. For further assistance or begin warranty service, please contact Samsung Customer Support via: 1) Phone: 1-800-SAMSUNG (ask for Monitors) Available 8AM - 12AM EST (Mon-Fri) / 9AM - 11PM EST (Sat-Sun) 2) LiveChat or Email: https://www.samsung.com/us/support/#contact_us_for_support 3) Facebook Messenger: https://www.facebook.com/samsungsupport 4) Twitter: https://twitter.com/SamsungSupport 5) The Samsung Monitor Community is also a great resource for getting help from Samsung moderators and customers: https://us.community.samsung.com/t5/Monitors/bd-p/monitors Samsung is committed to providing the best possible product experience, quality, and value, and we are always here to help with any of your questions or concerns. - Samsung Solutions

Good, not great, and could use a firmware update

Purchased after my 34" ultrawide had a board failure. I was looking for 4 inputs, using 2 for work PC, one for personal PC, and one for the gaming system. I liked the idea of the Picture By Picture mode that allows either 11:9 | 21:9 or 16:9 | 16:9, or 21:9 | 11:9 on any of the inputs, which is better than some competitor offerings. I find the full-screen to be too big for the gaming system for most of my games, but that was OK, in 21:9 for my purposes. All of the inputs worked fine using full-screen mode, but in PBP mode, the miniDP port when connected to my Mackbook Pro would show the display, but flashed Check Signal Cable, constantly. If I used a miniDP to DP cable and the monitor DP input, it worked fine. If I used miniDP port in full screen mode, it worked fine, but miniDP port in PBP mode always flashed the error. After a very lengthy chat session with Support, their recommendation was to send the monitor in for service. Instead, I went back to where I purchased the monitor, plugged into THEIR display, and encountered the EXACT same issue in PBP mode. It's fairly obvious that this is a firmware issue, as I got the same issue with MacOS and Windows, but Support wouldn't admit it could be a firmware issue. I also noticed that in MacOS, it reports the monitor is only 30.5", instead of 49, although Win10 appeared to be fine. No Mac driver is available for download.

I DO think that extending the resolution to 3840x1440 would be a good upgrade, and I definitely would like the miniDP to work correctly in PBP mode.

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