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MSI Optix G241VC Full HD 23.6" 1ms Freesync Curved LED Gaming Monitor - Black for £99 delivered @ Currys (+3 yrs guarantee)
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MSI Optix G241VC Full HD 23.6" 1ms Freesync Curved LED Gaming Monitor - Black for £99 delivered @ Currys (+3 yrs guarantee)

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Posted 23rd Aug 2019

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  • Full HD 1920 x 1080p
  • Refresh rate: 75 Hz
  • Response time: 1 ms
  • Input: HDMI / VGA
  • Can be wall mounted

Curved shape and borderless design

Get absorbed in your favourite games with the MSI Optix G241VC Full HD 23.6" Curved LED Gaming Monitor.

Featuring a Full HD 23.6" screen, whether you fancy World of Warcraft or Fortnite, you can get more immersed in your gameplay visuals than ever before. The MSI Optix G241VC has a curved design that really brings you into the game, with almost no frame on the side edges. So you can put two or even three monitors together for a truly absorbing gaming setup.

Ultra-smooth visuals

Smooth gameplay can make the difference between a win or a loss in an intense battle. Get the smoothest visuals with built-in AMD Freesync technology. Your monitor will automatically sync with your AMD graphics card so your game looks great, with no lag, screen tearing or stuttering.

The 1ms response time also eliminates choppy frame rates, so even the most visually demanding games won't be an issue.

More colour, more immersion

With vibrant colour, every aspect of your game will pop, for a more realistic and more immersive gaming experience. See the difference in shades of black and spot tiny details in darker scenes - your games will seem fuller and more detailed than ever before.
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1ms I doubt being the back panel it is (samsung VA) and more 4/5ms looking at the current product line available
That's super tempting, I don't need it but it would be cool to have a shiny new monitor
I’m looking for a gaming monitor for my son for his new PC, want it to last a good few years, is this any good?
Has no speakers, so it's a No for me
mr_qwerty23/08/2019 09:54

Has no speakers, so it's a No for me


The speakers on monitors are often awful anyway.
claire751923/08/2019 09:50

I’m looking for a gaming monitor for my son for his new PC, want it to l …I’m looking for a gaming monitor for my son for his new PC, want it to last a good few years, is this any good?


Depends on the definition of good really. For the price? It's decent. As a gaming monitor ignoring the price, it's not amazing.

75hz is better than the standard 60hz for monitors but only by a bit. Freesync is good (prevents screen tearing and reduces stutter) but according to this : mwave.com.au/blo…ble it's not gsync compatible (or wasn't at the time that was written) which means if the PC has an NVidia card, you'll miss out on this feature

The monitor is a VA panel which has good contrast and viewing angles but lots of motion blur which isn't great for gaming (the 1ms response time figure is always rubbish).

tldr: better than regular monitors, not a good as the majority of 'proper' gaming monitors.
claire751923/08/2019 09:50

I’m looking for a gaming monitor for my son for his new PC, want it to l …I’m looking for a gaming monitor for my son for his new PC, want it to last a good few years, is this any good?



Nope. If his gaming PC is new, then you'll want a monitor with a higher refresh rate (144hz+, which basically refeshes the picture on the screen more frequently.) If he plays Fortnite, Call of Duty, Overwatch, or anything with fast action, then he'll appreciate the difference (and hopefully win more and yell at the computer less as a result! )
I don't know the spec of his PC (and thus what it's capable of), but I would aim for a 144hz monitor. If the PC is new, he should be able to match the refresh rate with 'frames per second' for a smooth experience, even if he has to drop the graphical settings down a bit.
claire751923/08/2019 09:50

I’m looking for a gaming monitor for my son for his new PC, want it to l …I’m looking for a gaming monitor for my son for his new PC, want it to last a good few years, is this any good?



Depends what games he is going to play. And depends what specifications his computer have- graphics card mainly...For the price I think it’s good enough. About lasting few years- depends again on when the graphics card will be changed etc. As a start up monitor for games- I think it’s enough...
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claire751923/08/2019 09:50

I’m looking for a gaming monitor for my son for his new PC, want it to l …I’m looking for a gaming monitor for my son for his new PC, want it to last a good few years, is this any good?


Samsung had a curved monitor at 144hz for 149 on the site. It's about the going rate. Go for 24inchs as a benchmark.
Lots of reply’s, thank you all! Had no idea about most of that but at least I now know what I’m looking for
This or ASUS VG245H? Mainly for PS4 gaming so over 75hz is probably pointless.

£200 budget all sites with "best monitor under 200" seems to choose ASUS VG245H as the winning one, hmm.
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