|Standing screen display size||24 Inches|
|Screen Resolution||1920 x 1080|
|Max Screen Resolution||1920x1080 Pixels|
MSI Full HD FreeSync Gaming Monitor 24" Curved non-Glare 1ms LED Wide Screen 1920 x 1080 144Hz Refresh Rate (Optix G24C)
|Display Size||24 Inches|
|Hardware Interface||DisplayPort, HDMI, DVI x 1|
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- 23.6" LCD panel LED backlight (1920 x 1080 full HD)
- 144Hz refresh rate - Display without after image.
- 1ms response time helps eliminate screen tearing and choppy frame rates
- Wide view angle - 178° visible.
- Adaptive sync - keep screen tearing away from your monitor.
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MSI gaming monitor 24" curved NON-GLARE LED wide screen 1920 x 1080 144Hz refresh rate. Great for gaming.
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~144hz + Grey to grey time is great. (When running blur busters, i had practically no ghosting.)
~The panel itself is very nice for VA. The contrast + viewing angles are near IPS standard (very good, much better than my TN), and the blacks are pretty dark.
~Being a 1ms monitor as well as a VA panel, This outperforms both IPS (slower) and TN (less vivid picture quality/ viewing angles) while staying within this price range.
~The pannel is also freesync, so that is a plus as well for AMD users. (Being equipped with only nvidia gpu's at the time, i am unable to give feedback on its performance.)
~With a resolution of only 1920 x 1080, at 27" the pixels are a bit more noticeable than a 24", but definitely NOT a deal breaker. (keep reading for more info) This does make higher application antialiasing a little more important.
~Not having a fully adjustable stand is a bit annoying. (Its TILT up and down is adjustable... but nothing else.)
~Also not a VESA stand to fix the last issue. (it is not a bad stand, just not adjustable)
~I have a little backlight light bleed on the panel i received. However it is pretty much unnoticeable in day to day use.
~The older generation of this model (g27c) had some issues with having the panel display blue artifacting. I can confirm as of now, this issue seems to have been fixed with the upgrade to the new g27c2. As well as a faster response time, Gen 2 is much better than its predecessor. (dont worry too much about reviews pertaining to the older model)
~27" 1920x1080 is not bad at all. (Unlike what some might say.) Unless you are sitting closer than 2 feet-ish, the PPI is not really that noticable.
~A close competitor to this monitor would be the VIOTEK GN32C, while being close in appearance, You may think, "oh nice, this one is 5" larger." While this is true, In my experience, at 32" 1080p, The PPI (pixels per inch) become much more noticeable. To simulate how this feels on your current monitor, open a game and drop the resolution down one or two options. (assuming you have a 20"- 24" 1080p monitor) This might give you a better idea of what to expect at 32 in. (Not being 100% accurate) You can use higher antialiasing to counter some of the effect, but it only works so much to fix the jagged edges due to the pixels being more spaced apart.
~A LOT of people say in their reviews that Grey to Grey time doesn't matter at all. I disagree, while it is not a deal breaker, It does make a bit of difference. Blur trails or "ghosting" behind moving objects becomes slightly less noticable as the response time gets smaller. This is really only important for fast paced fps games.
In conclusion, would I recommend this monitor to the every day user/ gamer? Yes, I definitely would! I find that it falls between great performance for gaming and quality for everyday use, without stressing your pc. (In comparison to the more intensive 1440p) I have very few bad things to say about the monitor. Most of which can be looked over with no problem at all. With this monitor being so new, I understand proper reviews are scarce. so I hope my review covers any questions you have. If not, post a question and ill try to help out as best as I can.
144 hz is soo nice.
Screen looks great, picture is crisp.
It has all the right curves.
I have already recommended it to a few friends.
Now i am recommending it to you.
• Very cheap. $239.33 is super affordable when compared to any other curved high refresh rate monitor
• 144hz is great for gaming
• VA color vs any TN panel. It looks as good as my IPS panel, with some colors being more saturated. It does not appear more accurate, just more vivid.
• Matte finish on screen. My glossy screen is hard to use when it's bright out, but this is typically easy to see in bright conditions.
• DisplayPort is a must these days because it is so much more powerful than DVI or HDMI.
• Design is great. It has thin borders and a solid plastic piece on the bottom where the logo is and it matches my other monitor perfectly.
• The joystick works well enough for menu navigation. The menu always pops up if I turn the monitor off by long pressing the joystick button.
• The curve is hard to notice when using the monitor and harder to notice after using it for over a month.
• Brightness! It is not a bright monitor when you have the response time settings turned up to Normal or Extreme. This is not an issue if you don't mind the pixel blur. I don't have issues with this because the stock brightness matches my Acer H236HL and this monitor's response time is still better.
• VESA Mount. The mounting option is pretty awful if you don't have extra pieces of hardware lying around. The holes for the vesa mount are recessed and the screws that came with the monitor are not nearly long enough to get past the exterior casing and through a VESA mounting plate. I used 12mm spacers along with some extra long bolts (about 3cm but I think 2cm would have worked better) that didn't quite fit but get the job done. (Images provided)
• Stuck/dead pixels. I have 5 stuck subpixels that just display green (4) and blue (1) all the time. 4 are in a line on the left and one is on the other side. I also have two spots on the screen that have either dim pixels or just some display manufacturing issue. One spot is in the middle on the far left, and it looks like a large dust spot but can't be wiped away, and the other is in the middle on the top edge. They aren't too distracting but it always looks like something is on the screen and it's visible in most program UI elements. (Images provided)
• VA subpixel arrangement is strange and causes many things to look aliased. At first it is jarring, but over time you grow used to it. Text will look blurry right away, but your eyes can adapt rather quickly. Something about the VA panel also causes the pixels at the far edges to be hard to see. (Images provided)
• Blue LED on bottom right corner. It's annoying because it projected 10 feet across my room to the other wall. A small piece of electrical tape alleviated the issue, but I know other monitors (HP Omen specifically) will allow you to turn stuff like that off.
It's a great monitor for the price and even with the stuck green pixels I am enjoying using it every single day. Although I wish they weren't there, they are only visible in dark scenes.
Top reviews from other countries
- The colors on this monitor are a little bit dull, definitely not as vivid and stand out as others but not that bad.
- there is no built-in speakers or any audio options whatsoever on this monitor
- shipping was quick and there was absolutely no dead pixels on this monitor, mine anyways…
If I had a bigger desk I would probably buy another one for my set up!
I didn't think a 24" monitor would look so huge in front of me.
I had no problems what so ever !
I hope this review will help you out!
good for fps games but i use it for all sorts of variety of games.
don't really notice curve when used to it.
boarder-less which kinda looks nice (opinion)
if you try to turn off monitor with the joystick button is a struggle but it's not that bad.
brightness on screen too bright but can easily be fixed if you have access to desktop/gpu settings.
change the brightness with overdrive on. No dead pixels when it arrived. The 144Hz makes a HUGE difference jumping from 75Hz. I had to buy a VESA adapter in order to mount this to a 100mm x 100mm VESA mount. I do definitely notice the curve, and it looks great. I got this for 228 on a sale which was a great deal. The monitor has some white flickering when first turned on, but it goes away after a few minutes. Overall, I think this is a great monitor for the price.
The marketing team desperately wants to sell this as a "gaming" monitor, but it's really not, the marketing for it is a lie. It doesn't have a 1ms response time like a TN panel has a 1ms response time. I don't know why they are allowed to say this. And there is still way more ghosting and blurred images during fast movement than on a TN. The downgrade is quite noticeable when playing FPS games. Do NOT buy this monitor if you are strictly buying it for shooter gaming.
The colors are nice, Youtube, Netflix, and Prime look beautiful on this. Any game that doesn't require focus on fast moving objects are very enjoyable to play on this. The curve is perfect for a single person viewing experience. It gets the job does as being a monitor that works well for most occasions.