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MSI Optix G241 24" IPS 144Hz Full HD Gaming Monitor £139 delivered @ Currys

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Built for competitive gamers, the MSI Optix G241 Full HD 24" IPS LCD Gaming Monitor keeps up with the action, even in fast-paced FPS games.

With a 144 Hz refresh rate and 1 ms response time, you won't miss a frame. Plus, AMD FreeSync matches the picture with your GPU to prevent screen tearing and blurring.

Ultra-smooth visuals
Besides being incredibly fast, the IPS panel also gives you vivid colours. It's got super thin bezels, so you'll be able to see the action from almost any angle. And with night vision on, you'll see more detail in darker scenes so you can jump scare your enemies.

Gearing up for a gaming marathon? Anti-flicker technology cares for your eyes so you can really get stuck in.






Youtube review

MSI G241 Review - It's Good

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    Same price on Amazon too.
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    Is this the best 1080p budget gaming monitor?
    Most reviews suggest it's the AOC Gaming 24G2U
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    I think this one does 120hz with PS5.
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    Can any advice with monitor is good for gaming ?
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    Does this model pre-date the different tiers of Freesync (Freesync, Premium, Premium Pro)?

    Not seen any mention of Freesync Premium, and I can't believe a company would intentionally miss out on extra buzz phrase for marketing.


    EDIT: Mentioned Freesync Premium in video review at 6:13 (edited)
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    Bought this from Elekdirect for £120 last year and it's been great

    There is quite a bit of ghosting on text if it's very thin, but it gets bright enough for regular indoor use (I use it at the lowest brightness anyway)

    Not sure I'd pay £140 for it considering Costco Usually has 144hz Philip monitors for £100-£120 fairly regularly