How is possible that in 2 years G9 not have Firmware update to be able to adjust resolution to 3440x1440 240hz. Not all games example is possible to run with 5120x1440 resolution or more demanding games are unplayable with decent graphics. We are talking about 1600$ monitor. Next time when buy monitor need make better research.
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This is from the Samsung G9 manual resolution tables:
"VESA, 2560 x 1440 88.787 59.951 241.500 +/- O O
VESA, 2560 x 1440 356.523 240.000 941.222 +/- O O
VESA, 3840 x 1080 66.625 59.968 266.500 +/- O O
VESA, 3840 x 1080 113.250 99.956 453.000 +/- O O
VESA, 3840 x 1080 137.250 119.974 549.000 +/- O O
VESA, 5120 x 1440 88.826 59.977 469.000 +/- O O
VESA, 5120 x 1440 182.955 119.970 966.000 +/- - O
VESA, 5120 x 1440 356.523 240.000 2018.5 +/- - O"
Before I go shopping for a high performance monitor I make a list of the features, size, resolutions, and refresh rate I want. If I can't find one to match my wish list then I compromise features etc until a suitable match is found.
At this point I look at the capability of my graphics card and computer system to make sure they can support the maximum performance of the chosen monitor. I replace whatever is needed in the system and add the monitor.
If a system can't support the monitor in question and is unable to upgrade then the monitor specs need to be downgraded to match the system specs.
Spotting a new "shiny" and adding it without doing the pre-purchase homework just creates bad feelings.
Firmware can tweak and sometimes add new features but, it cannot rebuild the circuitry in a monitor to do things they were not designed for.