Samsung Odyssey G9 and G7 Gaming Monitors are Now Available

    Samsung Odyssey G9 and G7 Gaming Monitors are Now Available

    Samsung Odyssey G9 and G7 Gaming Monitors are Now Available

    Odyssey G9 and G7 are available for pre-order today and on sale July 13


    2020 Odyssey Gaming Monitor – G9

    Samsung, the global leader in gaming monitors², pushes the boundaries of display technology to deliver a radically different gaming experience. Unveiled this year at CES, Odyssey gaming monitors combine the deepest, most immersive curved displays with next-generation performance gaming performance.

    The Odyssey G9 and G7 are available for pre-order today and on sale July 13, on Samsung.com and select online retailers.

    “As the global leader in the gaming monitor market, Samsung understands that gamers want display innovations that reimagine the gaming experience with high-performance features for even the most demanding game titles,” said Mark Quiroz, Vice President, Product Marketing, Samsung Electronics America Display Division. “With Odyssey, we’re going beyond the expectations of what a gaming monitor should be and bringing a fully redesigned, deeply immersive experience built for the future of gaming.”


    2020 Odyssey Gaming Monitor – G9

    The G9 – with an industry-leading 49-inch display – and the G7, available in 32 and 27-inch, have been completely redesigned for maximum immersion in gaming worlds. Odyssey monitors are the first-ever gaming monitors to possess a high-performance 1000R curvature that wraps around a gamer’s view. Combined with Samsung QLED technology and HDR, Odyssey delivers the deepest blacks and vivid colors to bring environments to life with unprecedented realism and ensures every pixel has picture-perfect depth.

    For gamers to stay immersed in the action, display performance is critical as gaming is more competitive than ever. Odyssey’s technical innovations take gamers’ needs for speed, responsiveness into account with a powerful combination of 1ms response time and 240Hz refresh rate, creating ultra-smooth screen transitions for crucial gaming moments where every split second counts.

    To further improve performance, Odyssey monitors also support NVIDIA G-SYNC® Compatibility and Adaptive Sync on DisplayPort 1.4, offering gamers’ exceptionally dynamic and seamless gameplay.


    2020 Odyssey Gaming Monitor – G7

    Odyssey’s Infinity Core custom lighting is a striking addition to any desktop, matching world firsts in technology with best-in-class design. Multiple colors and patterns allow gamers to customize their Infinity Core lighting to complement their setup.

    The Odyssey G9: The Most Immersive Gaming Experience

    The 49” G9 is available for $1699.99. Its Dual Quad-HD 49” display (DQHD; 5120×1440 resolution) boasts a 32:9 aspect ratio for a wider field of view and 1000 cd/m2 peak brightness. Quantum dot technology combined with a HDR1000 VA panel also produce lifelike colors in vivid detail.



    Odyssey G9 also has a striking new design with a glossy white exterior and a futuristic Infinity Core lighting glowing rear core, which includes 52 colors and five lighting effect options. The design and lighting effects stand out from the competition and complement any gaming setup.

    The Odyssey G7

    The Odyssey G7 is available for $699.99 (27”) and $799.99 (32”).

    The Quad-High Definition (QHD; 2560×1440 resolution), 16:9 aspect ratio and HDR600 VA panel are complemented by a 600 cd/m2 peak brightness. In addition to the lighting effects, the G7 has added dynamic shapes and lighting to the monitor`s front bezel; once the monitor is turned on, circular lighting on the back of the device emits a subtle blue light.



    G7 has futuristic design elements with a matte black exterior that’s paired with a color-changing rear Infinity Core lighting system. The lighting can remain static or dim during gameplay, as well as change colors based on the preferences of the gamer.

    Product Specification

    Model G7 G9
    Display Screen Size 32”, 27” 49"
    Aspect Ratio 16:9 32:9
    Panel Type QLED Curved
    Screen Curvature 1000R
    Refresh Rate 240Hz
    Response Time 1ms (GTG)
    Resolution 2,560 x 1,440 (QHD) 5120×1440 (DQHD)
    HDR HDR 600 HDR 1000
    Brightness (Typical) 350cd/㎡ 1000 cd/m2
    General Feature Gaming Feature NVIDIA G-SYINC Compatible, FreeSync Premium Pro
    Game Mode Custom/FPS/RTS/RPG/AOS/Cinema/DCR
    Etc. Low Input Lag Mode, Virtual Aim Point, Black Equalizer, Eye Saver Mode, Flicker Free
    Etc. Interface Display Port 1.4(2 EA), HDMI 2.0(1EA), USB3.0(1UP, 2DOWN), Headphone
    Wall Mount Yes (100 x 100mm)
    Color Matte Black Glossy White

    ¹ CES 2020 Innovation Award Honoree Odyssey G7; CES 2020 Innovation Award Honoree Odyssey G9

    ² Source: IDC Worldwide Quarterly Gaming Tracker, 2019 Q4 data



    Source: Go Beyond with Samsung’s Next-Generation Odyssey Gaming Monitors - Samsung US Newsroom
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  1. Brink's Avatar
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    Any thoughts on these from you monitor experts out there?
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  3. Faith's Avatar
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    @Brink Autoplay videos in here... It scared me. I want the G7. Can I have one? I'll clean up your dishes for 5 years for it. Here are more specs for the G7 if anyone's interested.
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    Faith said:
    @Brink Autoplay videos in here... It scared me. I want the G7. Can I have one? I'll clean up your dishes for 5 years for it. Here are more specs for the G7 if anyone's interested.
    Thank you for the link Faith. I'd like to have the G9 49", but on the price.

    I bet the autoplay of video did make you jump with the sound it plays. You can set this to "Limit" in Microsoft Edge like in the example screenshots below to stop autoplay for this here and most.

    Add Block Option in Media Autoplay Settings in Microsoft Edge Chromium
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  5. Plankton's Avatar
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    OMG ��....I want the G9. 32:9 ratio......what kind of GPU does one need to push that beast? Yep....I'm saving my nickles and dimes now.
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    Brink said:
    Thank you for the link Faith. I'd like to have the G9 49", but on the price.

    I bet the autoplay of video did make you jump with the sound it plays. You can set this to "Limit" in Microsoft Edge like in the example screenshots below to stop autoplay for this here and most.

    Add Block Option in Media Autoplay Settings in Microsoft Edge Chromium
    Whoa, that's cool! I didn't know you could do that in Edge, thank you! <3 Goodbye pesky autoplays.

    And here's more specs on the G9 for you. Good luck cleaning dishes to afford that one.
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    Faith said:
    Whoa, that's cool! I didn't know you could do that in Edge, thank you! <3 Goodbye pesky autoplays.

    And here's more specs on the G9 for you. Good luck cleaning dishes to afford that one.
    It's gonna take a lot of dish cleaning.
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    I'll be getting the G7 32" in a couple of weeks!
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    I'd love to have the G9 but that's a lot of money. I only paid $600 for my HP Envy 34c curved monitor a couple of years ago and I'll never go back to a flat panel again. I'm only running a Zotac GTX 1080 Amp! gpu so I'd probably have to upgrade that as well adding to the overall cost of upgrading.

    Edit: I checked Nvidia's specs and it can push 7680x4320@60Hz using two DP 1.3 or higher cables....hmmm!
    Last edited by HRPuffnstuff; 20 Jun 2020 at 18:58.
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