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** NEW SAMSUNG ODYSSEY G7/G9 MONITORS 27-49" AVAILABLE TO PRE-ORDER **

Discussion in 'Monitors' started by NikTheSHNIK, May 29, 2020.

  1. NikTheSHNIK

    OcUK Staff

    Joined: Feb 23, 2015

    Posts: 2,152

    Location: Overclockers UK HQ

    Hi guys,

    I've got Samsung's new gaming monitor range available to pre-order.

    They have amazing specs being 240Hz 1ms VA panels. They are also Freesync and G-Sync compatible!

    I am really looking forward to the reviews on these but if you want to make sure of a panel come launch get your pre-orders on now!

    Stock should be landing around June/July but please take with a grain of salt, as with all ETA's currently.

    Samsung Odyssey LC49G95TSSUXEN 49" 5120x1440 VA 240Hz 1ms FreeSync/G-Sync Compatible Curved Gaming M @ £1,279.99 inc VAT

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    LC49G95TSSUXEN, Resolution 5120x1440, Display Size 49", Refresh Rate 240Hz, FreeSync/G-Sync Compatible, 1ms Response Time, Contrast Ratio 2500:1, Panel Type VA, Curved 1000R, Height/Tilt/Swivel adjust



    Only £1,279.99 inc VAT.

    ORDER NOW

    Samsung Odyssey LC32G75TQSUXEN 32" 2560x1440 VA 240Hz 1ms FreeSync/G-Sync Compatible Curved Gaming Monitor @ £629.99 inc VAT

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    Display Resolution 2560x1440, Display Size 32", Refresh Rate 240Hz, FreeSync, G-Sync Compatible, 1ms Response Time, Contrast Ratio 2500:1, Panel Type VA, Curved 1000R, HDR 600, Height adjust, Swivel



    Only £629.99 inc VAT.

    ORDER NOW

    Samsung Odyssey LC27G75TQSUXEN 27" 2560x1440 VA 240Hz 1ms Freesync/G-Sync Compatible Curved Gaming M @ £549.95 inc VAT

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    Display Resolution 2560x1440, Display Size 27", Refresh Rate 240Hz, FreeSync, G-Sync Compatible, 1ms Response Time, Contrast Ratio 2500:1, Panel Type VA, Curved 1000R, HDR600, Height Adjust, Swivel



    Only £549.95 inc VAT.

    ORDER NOW
     
  2. NikTheSHNIK

    OcUK Staff

    Joined: Feb 23, 2015

    Posts: 2,152

    Location: Overclockers UK HQ

    The eagle eyed among you may notice the pics for the 27 and 32 are the same but that is because none were available for the 32 but I am told the aesthetics are the same.
     
  3. PurplePuppet

    Gangster

    Joined: Mar 8, 2007

    Posts: 197

    Mmmmmm Doughnuts:p:p:cool:
     
  4. Cottee

    Gangster

    Joined: Jan 23, 2012

    Posts: 112

    I’ve purchased one and I’m really looking forward to it.
     
  5. MikoSkye

    Associate

    Joined: Jan 29, 2019

    Posts: 2

    I have to admit that the 49" really appeals. wondering how it will compare to my Asus X34 Predator for gaming and photo editing...the ever difficult quandary of pre order or wait until reviews are in :D
     
  6. hartgeh3

    Wise Guy

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    Posts: 1,814

    Think the 49er will be a nice upgrade from my trusty Dell U3818UW
     
  7. fatmac

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    Does anyone know when OCUK are expecting these in?
     
  8. alec

    Hitman

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  9. 1nfern0

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    Posts: 7

    I've just place a pre-order for the G9 too. Currently have a triple 27" set up which truthfully whilst convenient, is a little painful on the neck. I'm hoping this will tick a lot of boxes both for gaming and work.
     
  10. Olli43

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    I put my pre-order in as soon as it was up on the site. Seeing the other Odysssey monitors go up for pre-order I assumed the G9 would go up at some point as well and was buzzing when it did. (checked the new monitors page a few times a week)
    Wish the site was better at ETAs tho; not everyone goes on the forum, and I find it strange how you pay in full way before dispatch without knowing when it's even due. Maybe a deposit or something would be better for customers?
    Also, if the 'Stock should be landing around June/July' as mention above, shouldn't it say that on the product page? Either way I'm very much looking forward to seeing my G9!
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  11. MidKnight

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    I too have a G9 on pre order and totally agree with all you say here - would be nice to have a clearer idea on when they are due in - especially as they are taking the money immeadiately instead of waiting until they are exactly in stock.
     
  12. hartgeh3

    Wise Guy

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    I was told by someone 8th June - 22nd June
     
  13. Spikey

    Soldato

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    Location: North East, UK

    Very tempting! Sent back my Asus monitor due to QC issues. That 32" looks very tempting. Are there many 1440p monitors about that support 240hz? Tends to be 1080p from what I've seen.

    Ordered the 32" version, looks excellent. :)
     
    Last edited: Jun 6, 2020
  14. lightyoda

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    Hey would this be good for mainly office work? and some light video editing and graphic design.

    I do want to game but im considering it mainly for work/productivity so not sure if this 1000R curve will hinder that. Any thoughts?
     
  15. MidKnight

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    I am a professional editor and I have preordered one primarily for work, I too am a little anxious about the 1000R curve and do wonder if I would be better off with an 1800R one but the price difference between the G9 Odyssey and the
    C49RG90 is fairly minimal so thought I would give G9 a go.
     
  16. thenewoc

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    Location: West Sussex, England

    Depends what sort of games you might want to play. If non demanding fps type games then perhaps the Philips 499P9H/00 or the LG 49WL95C-W are worth a look as both are 5120x1440 but 60Hz and the LG is an IPS panel.
     
  17. MidKnight

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    Has anyone found the actual physical dimensions of the G9 anywhere? I am interested to know how deep the monitor will be with that 1000R curve as if you look at the brochure for it it looks quite a bit 'deeper' than a 1800R monitor.

    UPDATE! Its on the actual Overclockers website info page - D'oh!!!
     
    Last edited: Jun 8, 2020
  18. alec

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    Preordered 32"
    Now very interested about actual availability date
     
  19. Spikey

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    Location: North East, UK

    Noticed the 32" is now only £509 and 27" "£450, bargain!
     
  20. Mr G

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    Thinking of pre-ordering either 27" or 32"... Looks like an early July release, would like to see more reviews though.