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MSI announced that they are developing a new Optix curved gaming monitor with some impressive specs that are worth the wait. The
G27C5 curved display has a 1ms response time, a 165Hz refresh rate, and a 1080p resolution.
For this monitor, MSI already includes FreeSync support, which means that gamers using AMD graphics cards will not experience annoying screen freezes or freezes. Additionally, the display also has anti-flicker technology, which should be more effective at reducing flicker than other displays that typically have a blink rate of 200 times per second. Another cool feature of the
is that this monitor produces less blue light than normal monitors, which is very useful for those of us who like to play games for a long time.
In terms of connectivity, this monitor has a DisplayPort 1.2, two HDMI ports and an audio output port. The
Optix G27C5 monitor has a curvature of 1500R, providing users with an immersive gaming experience. This makes it very suitable for high-action games such as first-person shooters, sports games, and racing simulators that require precise action and rapid response.
MSI uses a curved VA screen to provide users with a more comfortable experience when using various applications and games. The monitor provides a 178° viewing angle, which means your viewing experience will not be affected by where you place it.
uses frameless design and adjustable stand, which will also provide users with greater flexibility in positioning the monitor.
Currently, MSI has not provided pricing details for the new Optix G27C5 curved display.
However, if we look at other similar products from MSI, we can guess what the price will be. The current price of Optix C27C4 is approximately US$340, so we believe that the price of the new Optix G27C5 will be similar to the replacement price, or considering the improved features, the price may be higher.