The Samsung C27HG70 is a decent screen for most uses. The VA board conveys profound blacks, and it’s anything but a wide color range, incredible for watching HDR content.

It’s an incredible gaming screen because of its low info lag and magnificent reaction time at 144Hz, yet shockingly, it’s anything but a terrible response time at 60Hz, so it’s anything but a decent decision for console gamers.

Like most VA boards, the picture debases when seen at a point, which may be an issue for certain individuals.


Curved: Yes
Curve Radius: 1800R
Weight (without stand): 9.9 lbs (4.5 kg)
Weight (with stand): 13.7 lbs (6.2 kg)

The CHG70 has a straightforward plan, with a wide angular stand that upholds the screen well, yet has a moderately huge impression.

There’s not much in the method of cable management, but rather the stand has great ergonomics, and it can likewise be VESA mounted.


Width: 20.3″ (51.6 cm)
Depth: 12.1″ (30.7 cm)

The Samsung CHG70 has a comparative stand base to their different screens, like the Samsung JG50, however without the gleaming completion found on later models. It’s anything but a somewhat enormous impression, however, it feels stable and offers great support.


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Height Adjustment: 5.7″ (14.5 cm)
Switch Portrait/Landscape: Yes, Clockwise
Swivel Range: 15° to 15°
Tilt Range: 15° to 5°

The ergonomic changes of this screen are altogether different from different monitors. At the point when gone here and there, the screen stays in the very direction yet the two pieces that make up the arm of the stand move comparative with the base.

It can require some investment to become accustomed to, yet this offers a more noteworthy level of adaptability than most monitors.

Total Inputs

DisplayPort:1 (DP 1.4)
Mini DisplayPort: No
HDMI:2 (HDMI 2.0)
DisplayPort Out: No
USB: 2 (USB 3.0)
Analog Audio Out 3.5mm: 1
Microphone In 3.5mm: 1
Digital Optical Audio Out: No
Analog Audio Out RCA: No
Power Supply External Brick

Gaming Performance

The CHG70 utilizes Samsung’s QLED innovation, which upgrades the essential LED innovation with quantum specks that produce more shades of shading. (Samsung guarantees up to a billion tones.) subsequently, the screen’s shading quality is quite incredible.

When playing Grand Theft Auto V, I particularly saw how night scenes looked somewhat more consistent with life, with splendid, gleaming headlights and signs that flew against the low lighting.

Tones were dynamic, remembering the blue for pictures of California skies and the red of a taken games vehicle. When playing through Alien: Isolation, I saw dull conditions hung in sensible-looking shadows. The surging fire looked splendid with orange and yellow blazes.

A flare washed a dim hall in red while snapping power sparkled radiant blue. Regardless of whether I was inside the game’s ’70s science fiction curved space station or watching a strained spacewalk, the subtleties were sharp and clear at 2560 x 1440 resolution.

The monitor likewise flaunts a 1-millisecond reaction time and a refresh rate of up to 144 Hz, making it ideal for high-speed activity. It additionally upholds AMD’s Radeon FreeSync 2, which matches outline rates and refresh rates to forestall screen tearing.

It’s comparative in numerous regards to Nvidia’s G-Sync technology however doesn’t need the cost of extra equipment inside the screen. With the second-gen of FreeSync, AMD additionally supports tone and dynamic reach for games that support HDR (high unique reach).

While color is now acceptable on the CHG70, the impact was significantly more noteworthy in HDR-viable games. At the point when I played Injustice 2, the gleaming features on the defensively covered-up hero outfits looked incredible, from Supergirl’s pauldrons to Aquaman’s glossy, fish-scaled jeans.

Foundation lights sparkled, regardless of whether they were neon in a damp Gotham back street or radiant purple in Brainiac’s outsider spaceship. Contrasted and practically identical screens without HDR, the impact is shocking, with more splendid features, more sensible skies, and energetic colors.

Additional Features

RGB Illumination: No
Speakers: No
Multiple Input Display: No

The screen has a ‘USB Super Charging’ mode that expands the voltage provided to USB port 2 for gadgets that help speedy charging. The screen likewise has an ‘Eye Saver Mode for evening seeing, which adds an orange channel over the screen to decrease blue light.

This mode does seriously hurt the contrast ratio, in any case, so we don’t suggest it except if the screen is causing inconvenience around evening time.


The screen’s OSD is constrained by a joystick on the rear of the screen, which serves as the power button. The joystick is an extremely natural approach to explore the OSD, better than the (up/down/back/select) button conspire utilized by most screens.

There are likewise three buttons on the underside of the base right corner (faintly apparent in the photograph) that can switch between saved settings modes called ‘Game Setting 1/2/3’. Clients can save various settings designs to these modes, and switch between them on the fly.

Pros Cons
Fantastic HDR support Noticeable warping and color shifting
Impressive color and accuracy No built-in speakers
Sharp 1440p resolution


With fantastic execution, HDR support, FreeSync for without tear gaming, and a smooth, flexible plan, the Samsung CHG70 is effectively extraordinary compared to other gaming screens available. It’s likewise one of the more moderate ones, given its list of capabilities. Nonetheless, it’s anything but awesome. The curved display really acquaints a few issues with a generally heavenly screen, for example, color issues and twisting at the curved closures of the board.

The 34-inch Alienware AW3418DW offers a similar 1440p resolution and promotes Nvidia G-Sync, which is ostensibly the better form of versatile casing rate innovation and the lone choice for anybody utilizing Nvidia illustrations cards. All that said, the Samsung CHG70 is as yet a sublime decision for any gamer and is generously more moderate than the Alienware AW3418DW.