Samsung C27F591FD highly curved VA model

Up until now, Samsung’s 27” curved models have featured only a subtle 4000R curve. As noted in our review of the S27E650C, it’s so subtle that it’s barely noticeable and at any rate doesn’t really bring much to the gaming or overall viewing experience. The Samsung C27F591FD (various regional suffixes may be used) of the CF591 series is here to set things straight – or should that be, make things less straight?

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Dell U2717D InfinityEdge monitor

The 27” WQHD (2560 x 1440) UltraSharp models always gather a lot of interest, hitting something of a sweet spot for many users between display quality, features and value. The U2715H remains a popular choice, but some have not failed to notice that this was actually released back in 2014. The more recent UP2716D is an intriguing and more recent alternative However; with its wide gamut backlight, higher price and slightly ‘higher end’ feature-set it was never designed to replace the U2715H but rather sit alongside it.

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Philips BDM4350UC 43 inch ‘4K’ UHD IPS monitor

The Philips BDM4065UC is certainly one of the most interesting models we’ve come across. Its large size and high resolution VA panel offered a rather engrossing gaming experience whilst making the resolution very accessible without scaling. The Philips BDM4350UC is an even larger model, truly massive for a monitor, and is what the company considers the successor to the BDM4065UC.

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AOC Q2781PQ stylish 2560 x 1440 AH-IPS model

Often monitors that skimp on ergonomics come with relatively flimsy stands that are just there to hold the monitor in position. Whether they do so in a ‘solid’ and sure way is a rare bonus. When we tested the AOC I2481FXH, we were happy to find that the stand not only looked the part, but it was remarkably well-built with a good solid feel.

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AOC AG271QX 144Hz WQHD FreeSync monitor

The concept of the ‘ideal gaming monitor’ will vary wildly depending on who you ask. Many gamers interested in faster paced titles in particular would agree, though, that having a high refresh rate and low latency are important. Other features such as respectable resolution and variable refresh rate technologies are also appreciated. As the first of several models to be added to the company’s ‘AGON’ line-up of gaming monitors, the AOC AG271QX is designed with these desirable attributes in mind.

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Samsung C32F391FW 31.5 inch VA with 1800R curve

A trend we’ve seen with many of Samsung’s ‘F’ series models is the inclusion of steep curves – and universally, the addition of Adaptive-Sync (AMD FreeSync support). Both of these trends are embraced by the C32F391FW (regional suffixes vary) of the CF391 series. The 1800R curve that has been adopted here is significantly steeper than the 3000R curve used on the previous S32E590C.

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