With the AOC Agon PD27, the Samsung Odyssey G7 27 “is one of the very few monitors equipped with a VA Quad HD panel that can reach a refresh rate of 240 Hz. Let’s see if this panel keeps its promises …
Thanks to its low remanence, very little ghosting and reduced display lag, the Samsung Odyssey G7 27 inch is an excellent monitor for demanding and competitive gamers. Best of all, it is very well calibrated by default and also offers good native contrast. We can simply blame it for its high consumption and limited peak brightness, but it is less of a problem if we consider the G-Sync and FreeSync compatibility as well as its excellent ergonomics.
- From VA Quad HD 240 Hz.
- Image well calibrated by default.
- Neat ergonomics.
- FreeSync and G-Sync compatibility.
- High consumption.
- No gamma adjustment (which is however good by default).
- Disappointing peak in brightness.
- Requires a very powerful graphics card to use it properly.
The Asus TUF Gaming VG279QM is an excellent gaming monitor aimed primarily at performance enthusiasts. Well calibrated originally, it lacks a bit of contrast and a USB hub to be perfect. It is today the most responsive IPS monitor on the market and remains the only one capable of competing with the highest performing TN models. It is a product of choice for cyberathletes. Others will gladly turn to the AOC 27G2U, a little less responsive and limited to 144 Hz, but also cheaper.
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