MSI 27" Quad HD 165Hz FreeSync Open Box Curved Gaming Monitor
Open Box 27" MSI Optix G27CQ4 Gaming Monitor, 1500R, VA, 2560x1440, 1ms, 165Hz, FreeSync, 3000:1, 250cd/m², HDMI/DP
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Curved for Your Viewing Pleasure
Optix monitors use a curved display panel that has a curvature rate of 1500R, which is the most comfortable and suitable for a wide range of applications from general computing to gaming. Curved panels also help with gameplay immersion, making you feel more connected to the entire experience.
View Wider Fight Better
Optix G27CQ4 curved gaming monitor features a 27” WQHD panel that supports resolution up to 2560x1440. This 16:9 panel allows gamers to examine bigger game scenes compared to other traditional FHD panels, and put them ahead of other competitors. Such resolution also allows gamers to multitask with several windows displayed in the same time, providing the efficiency for them to achieve everything they want.
165Hz Refresh Rate + 1ms Response Time
Optix monitors are equipped with a 165Hz refresh rate + 1ms response time VA LED panel which has the most benefit in fast moving game genres such as first-person shooters, fighters, racing sims, real-time strategy, and sports. These types of games require very fast and precise movements, which an ultra-high refresh rate and fast response time monitor will put you ahead of your competition.
Smooth Out Your Gameplay with AMD® Adaptive Sync
Optix monitors are built with AMD® Adaptive Sync technology to create the smoothest visuals for your gameplay. To do this, AMD® Adaptive Sync 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.
Generic monitor displays normally have a flicker-rate of about 200-times per second, which is unnoticeable to the naked eye, but can cause fatigue over time. MSI Anti-Flicker technology provides a very comfortable viewing experience by reducing the amount of flicker.
Blue Light Reduction
Optix monitors are optimized to produce less amount of blue light displayed by the monitor, so that you can game for longer periods of time without eye-fatigue.
178 Degrees of Wide Viewing Angle
By having a large viewing angle, MSI gaming monitors has more leeway for placing your monitor in your setup without giving up the optimal viewing experience. Colours and details will stay sharp at more angles compared to other monitors with less viewing angles.
WQHD High Resolution: Game titles will even look better, displaying more details due to the WQHD resolution.
165Hz Refresh Rate: Real smooth gaming.
1ms response time: Eliminate screen tearing and choppy frame rates.
Wide Colour Gamut: Game colours and details will look more realistic and refined, to push game immersion to its limits.
AMD FreeSync: Prevent screen tearing.
Anti-Flicker and Less Blue Light: Game even longer and prevent eye strain and fatigue.
Frameless design: Ultimate gameplay experience.
Viewing angle: 178°.
Night Vision: See every detail clearly in the dark, helping you find and attack enemies before they notice.
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