Samsung Plans To Bring 8K Resolution To Its Ultrawide Curved Monitor

AMD revealed during its RDNA3 GPU event Thursday that Samsung intends to bring 8K ultra-high resolution to its curved ultra-widescreen monitors.

AMD said: The South Korean tech giant will launch 8K curved screens with DisplayPort 2.1 and did not reveal any other details related to the screens, but only said: More details will be announced during the CED 2023 Consumer Electronics Show in early January. next January.

With the aspect ratio of Samsung’s curved and ultra-wide 32:9 monitors, it seems that 8K resolution will not match the resolution standards of the popular 16:9 aspect ratio.

For comparison, the Odyssey G9 screen, which Samsung says is 5K, comes with 1440 pixels in length and 5120 pixels in width, and it is known that the resolution of 1440 pixels in length is for 2K resolution according to the aspect ratio 16: 9, and 4K resolution comes with 2,160 pixels in length and 3840 pixels wide.

It is noteworthy that AMD announced during the event the next generation of graphics cards RX 7900 XTX and RX 7900 XT, which are the first to support the new RDNA 3 architecture, which means that they use a chip design similar to the company’s Ryzen processors.

The company said: The two cards will be put on the market as of December 13, at a price of $ 999 for the RX 7900 XTX card, and at a price of $ 899 for the RX 7900 XT card.

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