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MSI launches a trio of quick activity bended screens for gamers

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MSI is fleshing out its screen family with three new models that are accessible in two distinctive screen sizes. They incorporate the 24-inch Optix MAG24C, 27-inch Optix MAG27C, and 27-inch Optix MAG27CQ. 

Each of the three models utilize a bended VA board with a 1800R ebb and flow. VA boards are not generally known for having quick reaction times, however for this situation, MSI's new screens gloat a 1ms reaction time and 144Hz invigorate rate to keep the on-screen activity smooth. 

Both the MAG24C and MAG27C have a 1920x1080 determination. Different specs are the same also, with the two screens including 110 percent scope of the RGB shading space, 178-degree seeing points (flat and vertical), 250 nits brights, and a 3,000:1 differentiation proportion. 

Out of the three, the MAG27CQ is the leader display with a higher 2560x1440 determination. Something else, the rest of the specs are the same here also. All models additionally accompany FreeSync bolster.
Each of the three screens are streamlined to diminish eye strain over longer gaming sessions, MSI says. With that in mind, they highlight MSI's hostile to gleam innovation and less blue light. 

Two of these screens are accessible now on Amazon—the Optix G24C for $235 and the Optix G27C2 for $290. MSI did not state when the Optix G27CQ will be accessible or the amount it will cost.

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