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MSI Optix G24C4 FHD 24" VA Freesync 144Hz 1ms Curved LED Gaming Monitor £169 at Currys
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MSI Optix G24C4 FHD 24" VA Freesync 144Hz 1ms Curved LED Gaming Monitor £169 at Currys

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  • 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.
  • AMD FreeSync™ Premium Technology - Tear free, stutter free, fluid gaming.

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Any good offers on a decent 27" curved at 144hz :/
Timschoice15/04/2020 21:14

Me six (because I REALLY want one! )


So do I come in at me five or me seven?
I 8 it. So what are your thoughts on this monitor for PC and Console gaming?
Me 9 AND 10!!!
Me up to 11!
Gsync compatible?
Redberry9115/04/2020 20:28

Any good offers on a decent 27" curved at 144hz :/


Yeah I’ll jump on this too.
wipe0wt209715/04/2020 20:30

Me too


Not curved but there’s a 27 inch for £223 or something atm that was just posted
So is a curved monitor preferred over flat? Want to buy a 24 inch IPS 144 hertz for my son but am undecided for curved vs flat. Thanks
Honestly not sure whether to buy this or spend a bit more for a 240hz monitor. The only issue though is that so many panels seem to be 27" Full HD rather than just 24".
TobyJT17/04/2020 18:09

Honestly not sure whether to buy this or spend a bit more for a 240hz …Honestly not sure whether to buy this or spend a bit more for a 240hz monitor. The only issue though is that so many panels seem to be 27" Full HD rather than just 24".


Can you run 240hz on the games you play? Assuming CSGO or something as most games people can’t dream of 240hz
I got this today. It is a good monitor. I have got a 4k monitor but I prefer this for better frame rates.
Back in stock!
There are deals with better technology. Cold.
Simon_Huesmann28/04/2020 19:09

There are deals with better technology. Cold.


This is 1ms and 144hrtz which is decent for a gaming monitor. May only be 1080p but most people are still playing on this resolution and you won’t find a higher res in this price
srot201328/04/2020 19:15

Please elaborate with links cheers


over 80% of steam users play at 1080 all pros using 24" form factor it is a gaming monitor 1440 would be nice tho
Is this the exact same monitor as the MSI G24C? Or is this a newer version hence the 4 on the end?
PsillyPseudonym29/04/2020 00:19

Is this the exact same monitor as the MSI G24C? Or is this a newer version …Is this the exact same monitor as the MSI G24C? Or is this a newer version hence the 4 on the end?


This is different model to the G24C, it appears this one is newer. Specs on mai website if you need to compare differences..
G24C: msi.com/Mon…iew
G24C4: msi.com/Mon…iew
awesomegiles2629/04/2020 00:24

This is different model to the G24C, it appears this one is newer. Specs …This is different model to the G24C, it appears this one is newer. Specs on mai website if you need to compare differences..G24C: https://www.msi.com/Monitor/Optix-G24C/OverviewG24C4: https://www.msi.com/Monitor/Optix-G24C4/Overview


Thanks!
Interesting.
I think it would have to be buy at least a 2k resolution capable monitor or buy twice at this stage.
£299.00 at Argos for the 2k version
Edited by: "Daniel42" 30th Apr
Daniel4230/04/2020 16:18

Interesting.I think it would have to be buy at least a 2k resolution …Interesting.I think it would have to be buy at least a 2k resolution capable monitor or buy twice at this stage.£299.00 at Argos for the 2k version


Although it seems to be really risky buying ANYTHING from Argos at the moment. If there's a problem with it, it's not going to get sorted any time soon.
PsillyPseudonym30/04/2020 18:51

Although it seems to be really risky buying ANYTHING from Argos at the …Although it seems to be really risky buying ANYTHING from Argos at the moment. If there's a problem with it, it's not going to get sorted any time soon.


I’ve found argos difficult over the years, they use to be more than happy to take things back but now I always get told to speak to the manuafactyr if there’s a problem
awesomegiles2630/04/2020 19:23

I’ve found argos difficult over the years, they use to be more than happy t …I’ve found argos difficult over the years, they use to be more than happy to take things back but now I always get told to speak to the manuafactyr if there’s a problem


Yeah, but cos of this whole covid thing, it's a real nightmare for them. Have you seen the horror stories on their tweeter feed from load of unhappy customers? White goods, furniture and electrical items delivered broken and customers unable to get it sorted until stores reopen. And if you contact them on the Argos Helpers tweeter page. They are about 7 days behind in responding!
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