MSI announces their new OPTIX line of gaming monitors

MSI announces their new OPTIX lineup of FreeSync Monitors

MSI announces their new OPTIX line of gaming monitors

MSI reveals their new OPTIX line of FreeSync monitors

 
MSI has unveiled their first series of dedicated gaming displays, offering support for high refresh rates (144Hz) and support for AMD's FreeSync technology. 
 
At launch MSI will have two models, the 27-inch G27C and the 24-inch G24C, both of which use Samsung-made panels and come with an 1800R curvature. MSI says that these new displays cover a 20% wider colour gamut than standard monitors. 
 

Both of these displays will come with resolutions of 1080p and come with support for 85% of the NTSC colour Gamut and 100% of the sRGB colour Gamut. These displays will come with single DisplayPort 1.2, DVI and HDMI 1.4 inputs, with both HDMI and DisplayPort offering AMD FreeSync support.   

MSI rates this display as having a 4ms Grey-to-grey response time and a display response time of 8ms at 144Hz.   

MSI announces their new OPTIX line of gaming monitors

 

  

At this time, MSI has not revealed the pricing or release dates of these displays, though they are expected to release before the end of the summer. 

 

You can join the discussion on MSI's new Optix Line of monitors on the OC3D Forums

 

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05-07-2017, 12:59:58

NeverBackDown
HDMI 1.4? Seems odd. And a 4ms response time? I guess this will be a slightly cheaper monitor then? Not a bad thing at all they are probably testing the marketQuote

05-07-2017, 19:38:14

Excalabur50
They don't look too bad, price will be the main factor though I thinkQuote

05-07-2017, 20:37:07

NeverBackDown
Quote:
Originally Posted by Excalabur50 View Post
They don't look too bad, price will be the main factor though I think
Looks are definitely good imo. No RGBs and no overly obnoxious red everything. I think the price will reflect that and it will look be on the cheaper side.Quote

05-07-2017, 20:40:28

Excalabur50
I wasn't trashing them, it's just a very competitive marketQuote
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