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MSI Optix MAG274R Monitor Supports 144Hz Refresh Rate, now available on Amazon

MSI has recently unveiled the Optix MAG274R monitor for esports enthusiasts, which is now available to buy on Amazon. This new MSI gaming monitor uses a 27-inch IPS panel. According to the manufacturer, in the past, to get a short response time, it was necessary to use panels of the TN or VA type, inferior to IPS in image quality, but now this …

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MSI Optix G241V FHD Monitor is addressed to Esports Gamers

With a focus on esports, MSI has recently introduced the Optix G241V FHD monitor for gamers, which is now available to buy on the Newegg store. This new MSI gaming monitor uses a 23.8-inch IPS panel with a Full HD resolution (1920 x 1080 pixels). The FHD monitor supports AMD FreeSync adaptive sync technology. The maximum refresh rate is 75 Hz. This …

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MSI Optix MAG301CR 200hz Gaming Monitor With HDR, AMD FreeSync

With the Optix MAG301CR, MSI is showing a new 30 inch curved monitor in 21:9 format that combines a VA panel with a 200hz fast frame rate, including AMD FreeSync and a decent resolution, in order to be able to offer gamers the most complete package possible with this new MSI curved monitor. The heart of the new MSI monitor …

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MSI launches Optix G241, G271, and MAG251RX Gaming PC Monitor for Gamers

MSI has released three Optix series best budget gaming monitor for gamers including Optix G241, Optix G271, and Optix MAG251RX, after the launch of the high-end Optix MAG322CR Curved gaming PC monitor. The difference between the Optix G241 and Optix G271 is the diagonal screen size, which is 24 and 27 inches respectively. In both cases, the IPS panel has …

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New MSI Gaming Monitor Optix MAG322CR With Curved Display, 180Hz refresh rate

MSI expands its gaming monitors portfolio with the launch of the all-new Optix MAG322CR MSI gaming monitor with a high-performance curved display designed for those who aim for a high framerate and consequently look a lot at the refresh rate, obviously depends on graphics card used. The Taiwanese manufacturer, which already boasts several MSI monitors recently (for example Optix MAG272QR …

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