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Sunday, March 27, 2022
The quality of the picture looks great and feels incredibly smooth at 144Hz. The monitor also feels very well built.
Being a VA panel, there are some visible changes to the screen when viewing at different angle, but I don't think it is too drastic and I definitely don't think it ruins this monitor.
Tuesday, April 21, 2020
By: Dylan Campbell
1440p at 144hz Curved to match other curved monitor I own Easily put together and ready to go
Not a huge fan of joystick menu selection tool, but will get use to it. Maybe a little bit more resistance in slide for height adjustment (minor)
Was rocking a G27c2 for the longest time, paired with an old LG. Decided it was time to upgrade a bit. 1440p resolution was instantly apparent! Crisp edges and textures! Was able to fire up freesync and get my Nvidia card to run Gsync without Flicker in Warzone/FFXIV and Minecraft. Also, no noticeable dead pixels out of the box. Beyond stoked for this monitor, and the future of running two MSI monitors as my daily drivers.
Sunday, March 22, 2020
Bought my wife a MAG271C and she loves it. I decided to try this model and not regretting anything. The base is sturdy and easy to put together, 3 screws then snaps into place, has numerous height, swivel and tilt adjustments. Colors are crisp. Paired with a with a RX 5600XT card w/ FreeSync and even at full graphics levels no issues yet.
FreeSync is not automatically recognized...need to turn on manually. Very minor.
Would recommend for any gamer.
Thursday, December 26, 2019
Tuesday, October 29, 2019
I am in the process of upgrading my sys and decided to start with the 2x Acer 27inch monitors that I had and MSI had this monitor on sale. Purchased one and it blew me away with the clarity and the curved screen. Had to buy second faster then I expected but no regrets. Highly recommend if you want two monitors. Not a gamer but willing to give it a try now that I have these.
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