MSI - Optix 24" LED Curved FHD FreeSync Monitor - Black/red
- Model: OPTIXG24C
- SKU: 5901703
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- MSI - Optix 24" LED Curved FHD FreeSync Monitor - Black/red
Delivers crystal-clear picture quality with stunning detail.
Allows pixels to change colors quickly to avoid streaking, blurring and ghosting in fast-moving scenes and video games.
The 144Hz refresh rate is a good choice for gaming and other fast-moving media.
Provides a large viewing area and clear images.
Synchronizes the refresh rate between the GPU and display to eliminate image tears and choppiness.
Allow you to set up DVD players and other AV sources for a clear, high quality audio and video signal.
Ensure a clear view of the monitor from multiple vantage points.
Provides a high number of shades between black and white. This range enables accurate color reproduction when displaying images with extreme differences between light and dark for excellent picture quality.
For a highly visible display and crisp on-screen images.
Designed to use less energy and meets strict energy efficiency guidelines set by the Environmental Protection Agency and U.S. Department of Energy.
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Beautiful Monitor with Lofty Freesync RangeSeptember 6, 2017
I had the intention of replacing my current 60Hz IPS monitor with the Optix G24C so I could take advantage of my RX 470's Freesync capabilities. Unfortunately, the Optix's Freesync minimum is a rather high 90Hz. As capable as the RX 470 is, it can't maintain 90 frames per second at 1080p, high settings in Final Fantasy 14, the main game I play. I even tried using a program called Custom Resolution Utility to manually lower the minimum refresh rate, but anything under 80Hz would cause the screen to flicker. I returned this monitor since it wouldn't work as intended, but a curved 1080p/144Hz/VA monitor at $250 is still quite a bargain for someone who doesn't care about Freesync. The blacks and viewing angles were excellent. I watched Deathly Hallows while moving about cleaning my room and I could make out the darkest scenes easily. Color depth isn't as high though. While gaming, I did noticed slight artifacts and banding in Hitman 4's initial loading screen, neither of which occurred on my IPS monitor. Again, very slight and no where near as gratuitous as an older TN panel I occasionally use. Physically, the monitor is solidly built, especially the heavy metal stand and neck--no wobble whatsoever. No dead/stuck pixels either. Backlight bleed is also commendable. The individual LED's are noticeable from a distance (like five feet away) when blacks are displayed, but when at regular sitting distance the light disperses and reminds me of IPS glow. Really a shame the Freesync Range is such a lofty 90-144Hz. The monitor itself and the images it produces are absolutely stunning, and the curved screen makes media consumption and gaming so immersive. The blue/purple hazing of other Samsung based VA monitors isn't present either. It isn't what I'm looking for, but if Freesync isn't a concern and a 144hz VA panel sounds desirable, I have no problems recommending the G24C.
I would recommend this to a friend
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