AMD recently unveiled the new RX 7900 graphics cards at its recent event, and among the news, it was also announced that Samsung It is building a high-end 49-inch 8K monitor that will be released in the future as a successor to the Odyssey Neo G9.
At the unveiling ceremony of its new graphics cards, AMD focused a lot on the promotion and introduction of their 8K resolution capabilities, and this popular company talked about the benefits of using the DisplayPort 2.1 port and by running Assassin’s Creed Valhalla using DisplayPort 2.1. He claimed that the game in question achieved a frame rate of 96 in 8K resolution.
AMD has also claimed that by using an 8K display, the frame rate in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 will reach 190. The company also confirmed that companies such as Dell, Asus, Acer and LG are going to unveil high-resolution monitors with DisplayPort 2.1 support next year.
The red team also attributed the first ultra-wide 8K monitor to Samsung and acknowledged that in the future, a replacement and a new version of the Odyssey Neo G9 will be released by the Korean company. Monitors with native 8K resolution and 16:9 aspect ratio use a resolution of 4320×7680, which is 4 times the total number of pixels of 4K.
However, in ultrawide 8K monitors with a 32:9 aspect ratio, the original resolution is only available for the horizontal dimensions of the image, and in such displays, the 8K resolution will be 2160×7680, which is almost half the pixels of 8K. Samsung’s current Odyssey Neo G9 monitor with support for 5K resolution is still very expensive ($2,500) and popular, and this display is available with a 1,000mm curvature radius, 240Hz refresh rate, and Mini-LED backlight.
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