User Review MSI Optix G241 Gaming Monitor Review - Best of both Worlds!


sdhawal2k8

Active Member
Disciple
Be sure to use a different power cord to adapter as the one shipped does not have an earth pin and my monitor got damaged in 2months. And had to wait 47 days cuz of msi s f'd up service.
 
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Shadowmoonwalk

New Member
Recruit
Thanks for the review, have been looking for monitors to build a new pc setup. Just wanted to ask is there any version with adjustments (height, swivel and tilt) available for this range of monitors?
 

vaibhavyagnik

Well-Known Member
Adept
The Dell P series comes with adjustable stand, but 60 Hz refresh rate. If you want adjustable stand with this monitor, you can go with an after market stand
 
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robin3989

Member
Recruit
Can you shed some light on Viewsonic XG2405 and Asus VG259Q. Both are IPS panels, with 144hz 1ms @1080p. Priced between 18k and 20k.
Optix G241 is cheaper and why is that?
 

vaibhavyagnik

Well-Known Member
Adept
Can you shed some light on Viewsonic XG2405 and Asus VG259Q. Both are IPS panels, with 144hz 1ms @1080p. Priced between 18k and 20k.
Optix G241 is cheaper and why is that?
Both the monitors that you mentioned have adjustable stands. That is the reason they are costly compared to MSI optix G241. The adjustable stand typically adds 1-2K in price.
 

psyph3r

Well-Known Member
Veteran
Do any of you fine lads know when this monitor will be available in India?
I'm interested in buying this but can't seem to find it online in any Indian stores.

Mainframe Computer had one of the MAG 27 inch models in stock, not sure if it was the one you're looking for, drop them a msg.

 

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