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MSI 27" 144Hz Curved Gaming Monitor

MSI 27" 144Hz Curved Gaming Monitor

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When I plug my Xbox in through HDMI, there is obviously no audio because the monitor does not have speakers. How do I connect my Xbox so that video is displayed on this monitor, while audio either goes to my audio interface or some headphones?
27 inch at 1080p ew.
blah. a 144 hz display with a 4ms response time? That's like oxymoronic of each other. lol Forget g-sync or freesync, those are shitty additions to a monitor you really don't want to ever use. a 1ms response time is vital for a 144hz display, otherwise it's a waste of money.
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This isn't how it works at all. You think for that somehow the response time adds to the refresh rate? wtf?
As long as the refresh rate is below 6.94ms (which even though it's advertised as 4ms, even the best TN panels barely hit 4ms response time when overdriven, so it's probably more like 6-7ms) every time a frame is displayed you have a total of 6.94ms to respond, and if the response time is less than that, you won't notice any blurring.
In case you're still confused, consult tftcentral or pcmonitors for more information.
You almost hit the nail on the head here, but the actual numbers are just wrong. If your monitor has a 144Hz refresh rate, it refreshes 144 times per second, or once every 6.9ms. If you have a 1ms response time on it, then it will take between 1 to 7.9ms for the latest rendered frame to be displayed (depending on when it was rendered by your GPU relative to the last screen refresh). If you have a 4ms response time, it will take between 4 and 10.9ms for that latest frame to be displayed after is it rendered. HOWEVER, your screen refreshes once every 6.9ms, NO MATTER WHAT YOUR REFRESH RATE IS. The only difference between the two is how new that displayed frame is. Granted, that is an important difference, but it is the only difference. You will still see the exact same number of frames, no matter how short the response time is.
Let me weigh in too. If you have Geforce GPU get something with G-sync and if you have a AMD GPU get something with Freesync. Don't say stupid things like "what a waste to have AMD freesync" - it's a perfect investment for an AMD GPU.
What a waste to have AMD Freesync on a monitor like this. When AMD holds less than 16% of the GPU market it seems like a total waste to make products specific to their hardware. The monitor would be better and cheaper without it. Oh well, still might be worth it if it actually reaches 279, I'll keep my eye on it.
Pramienjager
MSI has to PAY for G-Sync. G-Sync is licensed, FreeSync is not. This is the reason BenQ now no longer makes G-Sync monitors.
finn.stacey
Yeah, I understand Gsync is way more expensive to implement (and really isn't better). That is why I said they should just leave it out. Even though the licensing for Freesync is "free" it still cost R&D money and manufacturing money to implement it.
I love the prices, but I would not buy anything if there is no info or review on the item. I do not count a few reviews from people that have bought the product.
Is shipping to Germany possible?
GTFlo
Yes but there was 24,95 in shipping
1080p in a 27inch ... sigh
Zeyfer
24" would've been perfect size for 1080p. More than that, the pixels arent that great.
this monitor is worth about as much as my PC...
Vladimoosh
You must have a shitty pc then
liberprimus
Yeah... RX460, 16gb DDR3 RAM, AMD athlon quad core, Gigabyte F2A68HM-H, and unknown case.
Price and specs should be good enough i guess for a PC that runs on RX 580. Although the lack of video review on this monitor is troubling.
RubenNanda
From what i've read from all those text review, it sounds good but video review would be better. Helps me deduce how good it looks physically.
Picture doesn't do justice. Though im hoping for massdrop to do CFG70 samsung monitor soon.
Can't find video on this monitors why is that
Sharpshooter1sk
just search on youtube 27inch MSI curved screen
If only I could extend it until my next paycheck :(
Why are companies pumping out poorly spec'ed monitors? 144hz is great. However, these are VA, not IPS, only at 1080p on 27", and it's not really bringing much to market that isn't already available. Maybe the curved screen is the only appeal? I'm hoping we can find better drops on monitors with better specs.
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Gamers that dont know better, is more along the lines of what I would think. $270 for something like this is not an incredible deal.
D367ruc70
Better contrast vs IPS, similar motion blur when overdriven, 1080p is obviously not the best but this year they're making a 1440p version of these panels. Also these are wide color gamut panels, made by Samsung.
I had joined the drop and then looked at reviews, not a good monitor. Cancelled my transaction as I could easily buy it for the price listed and get it now rather than next month.
Dont even think to play @ 144hz on any game with this monitor This monitor work very perfect on 60hz and 144hz on desktop. but I face blue-ish messy pixels in black areas when I try to play any game at 144hz "after period of time". I have to reset the monitor to fix this issue whenever it happens every 10 minutes.I know the issue is from the monitor because I have High-end PC with up to date drivers using diffrent Display-port cable.I have tried almost every thing I can do to fix this issue without any progress .so could it be voltage issue because it came with 120v cable and in my country I use 220-240v monitor cable!!. I really don't know and i find many others facing same issue in amazon reviews. so I can't play any game at 144hz with this issue so I am on 60hz for now till I get a fix or replace!!

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It is not VESA compatible, unfortunately.
ITzNiO
Just to let you know people Blue haze get fixed for me After i Use HDMI @ 120Hz
"Expect another update from us on 3/17 or sooner if something comes up."
Uhh
It's been like 3 days since then, what's up?
Any updates?
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andotski
"The vendor informed us that the group's order was picked up and is on its way to our warehouse in New Jersey. Based on the tracking provided, the order is scheduled to arrive on 3/9.Expect another update from us on 3/14 or sooner if something comes up."
Email was sent a few minutes ago, just thought more people might see it here.
IAmNocturnal
Just saw the email as well, thanks bud
Hey there,
Been almost a month, what's the deal guys? The items haven't even gotten to your warehouse yet by the looks of things.
A friend paid full price for one of these, it's so damn amazingly good looking I ordered two!! I can't wait for these to get delivered!!!
Anybody happen to know if this will come with a Display Port cable?
BigMikeTX82
Yes it comes with a DP cable.
weiweigini
Awesome! Thanks for answering.
1yr warranty? C'mon man...
Dekar0
I hear where your coming from but Monitors like TV's either fizzle from the start or seem to last like 10 years....
How's the image quality on this compared to 23 inches? Is it pixelated? I wanted to get 144 hz 1080p but don't know if I want 24 or 27 inches
jakecrz
I'm sure it depends on how far from the monitor you are sitting. Just like with a TV, if you're close, of course you'll see the pixels, and if you sit the same distance from this monitor as say a 24" 1080 panel, the pixels will be more noticeable. I don't think they'll be too much more noticeable, but there's the chance, as the pixels are physically larger.
Would like to know if the 1 year MSI warranty is for USA customers only or if it's global. Thanks
Ok yeah whats the catch here though.
furnace
This is a 3+ year old monitor, and has a 1-year warranty, only catches I can see atmo. Honestly though, for a monitor like this to retain it's retail value for a few years like this, tells me it should be pretty good.
furnace
1080p VA panel.
Pretty excited about this monitor. Can't wait till it comes in.
Please for the love of god Massdrop, grace us with the presence of g-sync monitors!
95 euros shipping, back to the old price
OMG the price for shipping is $100. RIP Australia.
UnnervingS
Italy too.. :/
144Hz is not worth the 4 ms response time imo
Rafter
this :c
Rafter
Advertised response times are just marketing. In reality, if response time < refresh time, there will be no ghosting (there will always be some image persistence due to LCD being sample-and-hold). At 144hz, response times need to be less than 6.94ms to prevent ghosting.
If this monitor were truly 4ms, there would be no issue. The problem with VA panels is that even if you can overdrive it to below 7ms GtG, you'll get some pretty bad inverse ghosting. And even with that, darker transitions will still hover around 20ms, which means smearing over multiple frames at 144hz.
VA panels struggle with some transitions at 60hz, and generally aren't usable for many gamers over 100hz. But it's not because of "4ms."
This display look same as Samsung C27FG70 . Nice price but cost of shipping is stupidly high, 94.25$ for shipping to Poland .
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No i don't have them . But I am also interested to buy one of them. It seems like Samsung using better electronic parts or better software because response time is lower. But I am worried about purple tint issue.
Damix
Samsung's monitor also uses Quantum dot. The response time is much faster and I think it also means that it would have darker blacks (although the contrast ratio of the MSI one isn't bad at all). If these were priced similarly, I would go for the Samsung without a doubt. However, Samsung's 27 inch model is $449 and the 24 inch is $330