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Samsung C32HG70 32-Inch HDR QLED Curved Gaming Monitor (144Hz / 1ms)

Samsung C32HG70 32-Inch HDR QLED Curved Gaming Monitor (144Hz / 1ms)

Samsung C32HG70 32-Inch HDR QLED Curved Gaming Monitor (144Hz / 1ms)
From Samsung

Price: $717.40

Availability: Usually ships in 1-2 business days
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Average customer review:
( stars, based on 31 reviews)

Product Description

1800R curvature Samsung monitor. Hdr gaming monitor with QHD resolution. Quantum Dot technology and 1ms response time.

Product Details

  • Amazon Sales Rank: #2344 in Personal Computers
  • Size: 32 Inch
  • Color: Dark Blue Black(Matt)
  • Brand: Samsung
  • Model: LC32HG70QQNXZA
  • Aspect ratio: 16:9
  • Format: CD-ROM
  • Number of items: 1
  • Dimensions: 25.69" h x 18.03" w x 28.99" l, 15.00 pounds
  • Display size: 31.5


  • Quantum dot
  • 1 billion color support
  • QHD resolution
  • Refresh rate 144Hz
  • Response time 1M/s

Customer Reviews

Most helpful customer reviews

3 of 3 people found the following review helpful.
5If your rig can handle 1440p, buy this monitor.
By Adrian Lyle & Katherine Ibarra
I love this monitor. Bright whites and dark darks. The colors are vibrant thanks to Samsung's Quantum Dot LED and 144hz refresh rate makes any game run as smooth as butter.

The 1800r curvature is subtle yet noticeable. It pulls you into the experience better than a flat monitor does.
The menu interface navigates silky smooth thanks to the joystick on the easy to reach, bottom right corner. Games look more vibrant and run smoother than it ever has on my 4k monitor.

The only not-so-much-of-a-con-con I can think of is HDR. If your only reason for purchasing this monitor is HDR (High Dynamic Range) I would still recommend purchasing this monitor. HDR isn't (as of writing) fully integrated into enough games (assuming you're purchasing this to game, as this is a gaming monitor) to fully justify this purchase solely based on HDR.

HDR is just icing on the not yet fully realized cake. QLED, 1440p, 144hz refresh rate and gorgeous aesthetic come together to make this a worthwhile purchase.

After putting away my Acer xb280hk (28" 4k w/ G-Sync) due to a desire for higher refresh rates and better fps, I am not disappointed at all. My rig achieves an average of 146fps at 1440p Ultra and I have had no desire to return to a G-Sync equipped monitor ever since setting up this monitor.

For my NVIDIA owning fam: Don't worry about the lack of G-Sync. As long as you're not pushing past the refresh rate of the monitor, you shouldn't notice significant tearing (I only experienced slight tearing playing GTA5). I was hesitant to purchase this due to the lack of a G-Sync unit, but I don't regret my purchase at all. I doubt you all would either :)

Rig added for additional context:
CPU: Intel Core i7 6700k
GPU: MSI Geforce GTX 1080 ti (Twinfrozr cooler)
Ram: 16GB Kingston HyperX (DDR4)

0 of 0 people found the following review helpful.
3Had High Hopes
Samsung C32HG70 32-Inch HDR QLED Curved Gaming.

Beautiful Monitor
I Love The Stand
The Display Is Sleek Looking
Its everything Samsung name holds up too

The kicker, this monitor is suppose to hold Samsung new Q-Led Technology with the darker blacks and more vibrant colors
Pictures Of My Purchased Product Below

1. With the lights out the back light bleed/VA glow or what ever you want to call it is horrendous and you can see the hue even with the lights on with a black/dark background (This is the reason I sent my Two Asus Rog IPS panel back due to mass bleed, Figured VA would be different with Samsung)

2. Black Screen With The Lights On

3. The Perfect Shot, No Backlight Bleed With The Lights Off, But only with the brightness set to 0

Now I understand light will escape nothing is perfect, but these are huge flaws and as advertised with the color calibration sheets sent with the device are measured off of one spot in the monitor possibly the center which of course is the most accurate spot of the monitor as for the edges with the glow that somewhat alters things especially when your working with color variant designing.

Other then black being ruined, the monitor is exceptional but with that bleed I might as well stuck with an ultra clear IPS monitor.

Returning And Waiting For Replacement......... fingers crossed monitor lottery

0 of 0 people found the following review helpful.
4Excellent Gaming Monitor!
By Amazon Customer
Great monitor! No dead pixels when it arrived. text was good .Was afraid of this since iv'e seen many reviewers say the text looked horrible. But to me it seems fine. i have only one negative. The gray uniformity. Seems like there is a light smudge on the upper left on solid gray colors or a very light blue. Hardly noticeable and only on these specific colors. When gaming its completely fine and i don't notice it. the response time on this monitor is excellent for a VA type. i have yet to notice any ghosting while playing Overwatch, Battlefield 1, Paragon, Rise of the Tomb Raider, Black Desert, Blade and Soul. This was in standard response time. Have not tried faster or fastest, that activates back-light strobe. Which i heard you should do if u want to play more competitively but for me standard is fine.

i cant use freesync since i have a gtx 1080 but i dont notice a whole lot of tearing. In fact the only game which i noticed some tearing in was Overwatch. Its so slight that you wont notice it unless you're looking for it. I really like the curve. If you position it just right. it certainly makes gaming more immersive. The best thing about it is the colors. They seemed a bit washed out at first. After three days of use they seem a lot better. I think it might be the VA glow that you need some time to get use to. I had a similar experience with IPS glow. I still dislike ips glow more. All I've done is lower the brightness to 19 which is really low but since i play in a very dark room it works out.

Colors are really rich and the blacks are nice too. So much more detail than on my older TN display and no IPS glow or horrible back light bleed. This does have VA glow but its very slight. Oh and by the way the HDR feature doesn't work well right now. Games and windows need a lot of development before it actually works properly. It only has a few dimming zones and only has a 600 nit maximum brightness. It probably wont be as good as the upcoming Asus and Acer HDR monitors which will cost a lot more than this, but its still a nice feature to have. Maybe not worth it for some. Over all this an excellent gaming monitor. ill take one star for the small gray uniformity issue but i would still recommend it.

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