MSI OPTIX G24C 24" 1920X1080 VA FREESYNC 144HZ 1MS CURVED WIDESCREEN GAMING MONITOR
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MSI OPTIX G24C 24" 1920X1080 VA FREESYNC 144HZ 1MS CURVED WIDESCREEN GAMING MONITOR

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MSI OPTIX G24C 24" 1920X1080 VA FREESYNC 144HZ 1MS CURVED WIDESCREEN GAMING MONITOR

  

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S15-0003077-HH5, 1920x1080 Resolution, 50M:1 Contrast Ratio, 1ms Response Time, 300 cd/m2 Brightness, 1x HDMI Input, 1x DP, 1x DVI, Freesync, 144Hz Native, 1800R Curve, 2yr Warranty

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Stock Code: MO-001-MS

EAN: 4719072539382

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"MSI OPTIX G24C 24" 1920X1080 VA FREESYNC 144HZ 1MS CURVED WIDESCREEN GAMING MONITOR"Optix G24C uses high quality Samsung curved panel. With lots of fantasy feature, Optix can help you have the better performance in the game. Compare to R4000 or R3000 curve rate, 1800R is the most comfortable for human’s eye and suitable for general usage situation.

The MSI Optix G24C is built with AMD® FreeSync™ technology to create the smoothest visuals for your gameplay. To do this, FreeSync™ will sync your monitors refresh rate to your AMD® GPU, which helps to eliminate screen tearing or stuttering. Enjoy the game the way it was meant to be enjoyed with ultra-smooth, lag-free visuals. 


Features:
- 23.6" LCD panel LED Backlight (1920 x 1080 Full HD)
- 144Hz Refresh Rate - Display without after image.
- 1800R curve panel design – Most suitable for human eye.
- 1ms response time helps eliminate screen tearing and choppy frame rates.
- True Color- NTSC 85%, sRGB 110%.
- Wide View Angle - 178° Visible.
- Optimized with MSI Gaming VGA – Make sure you have best experience.
- Adaptive FreeSync - keep screen tearing away from your monitor.


Specification:
- Curve: 1800R
- Brightness: 300
- Screensize: 23.6"
- Resolution: 1920x1080
- Dynamic Contrast Ratio: 500,000,000,000,000:1 (Static 3000:1)
- Viewing angle: 178/178
- Aspect Ratio: 16:9
- Panel Technology: VA
- Advanced 1ms response: 
- Flicker FREE: Yes
- FREESYNC 1/2
- Refresh Rate: 144Hz
- 1x HDMI 1.4
- 1x DP 1.2
- 1x DVI
- 110% sRGB
- Dimensions: 543 x 403 x 192 mm
- Weight: 4kg
- 2yr Warranty
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13 Comments
Are va panels better than tns?
Great deal op
What are these like to watch a BluRay on?
There seems to be an echo in here but buy the QLED Quantum Dot Samsung Argos one on here recently. Same cost, same specs, vastly better screen. I'm looking at it lol.
DeYellow_Hammer2 h, 31 m ago

Are va panels better than tns?



VA offers most of the performance levels of TN, with much of the screen loveliness of IPS; early VA werent very good, and the type became almost extinct, but in recent years the visual quality has been outstanding, and more and more manufacturers are making them.

If you are a pure gamer, TN is still best; if you want to watch films, then IPS; but if you want to do both reasonably well, VA is the way.

I would query the 1ms claim though; I am betting it is a cherrypicked figure that doesnt hold true for normal use.
api1822 h, 24 m ago

Yes


Not really, all of them have their perks and disadvantages and VA's disadvantage is ghosting. It's a middle ground technology between TN and IPS, with faster response times and better viewing angles but the colours aren't as good as IPS.
Gentle_Giant10 m ago

if you want to watch films, then IPS


I wouldn't say that at all. IPS has very poor contrast and black levels compared to VA, which makes it a poor choice for movie viewing. There's a reason why almost all high end LCD TVs use VA panels. The biggest advantages of IPS are viewing angles and colour reproduction, making it great for general desktop usage (and personally I'd take a 144/165Hz IPS panel over a TN one for gaming too any day).
Aretak3 h, 8 m ago

I wouldn't say that at all. IPS has very poor contrast and black levels …I wouldn't say that at all. IPS has very poor contrast and black levels compared to VA, which makes it a poor choice for movie viewing. There's a reason why almost all high end LCD TVs use VA panels. The biggest advantages of IPS are viewing angles and colour reproduction, making it great for general desktop usage (and personally I'd take a 144/165Hz IPS panel over a TN one for gaming too any day).



Black levels are the Achilles heel of IPS panels, but the colours are FAR superior to TN panels; I have all three types of panel, and I know which one I dont like to watch films on; and it isnt the IPS panel.
Is this any good for photo editing? I haven't seen any ips screens in this price range that offer this level of color reproduction
Zoea4 h, 37 m ago

There seems to be an echo in here but buy the QLED Quantum Dot Samsung …There seems to be an echo in here but buy the QLED Quantum Dot Samsung Argos one on here recently. Same cost, same specs, vastly better screen. I'm looking at it lol.


Where is this on HotUKdeals?
Gaming monitor, by a gaming brand and people are talking about watching BluRays.

This isnt the type of panel you buy for "pretty viewing"
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