MSI releases their Optix AG32C 32" 165Hz FreeSync gaming monitor

Is 32-inches too large for a PC display?

MSI releases their Optix AG32C 32

MSI releases their Optix AG32C 32" 165Hz FreeSync gaming monitor

 
PC displays come in all shapes and sizes, giving PC users a lot of options when it comes to creating their own custom display setup, be it for work or play. 
 
MSI has now launched a new option for PC gamers, offering a large 32-inch display with support for refresh rates of up to 165Hz and AMD's FreeSync technology. This display may only offer a resolution of 1080p, though it is undeniable that it offers a lot for gamers, especially those that want to combine a larger, almost TV-like display with high refresh rates to deliver a large and fast gaming experience. 

Alongside it sheer size and its high refresh rates MSI's new Optix AG32C will come with a 1800R curved VA display panel, which comes with HDMI 2.0, DisplayPort 1.2 and dual-link DVI display connections. Colour-wise this display comes with support for 85% of the NTSC colour gamut and 110% of the sRGB colour gamut, making this display well suited to accurate colour reproduction.    

 

MSI releases their Optix AG32C 32

Right now this display is available to pre-purchase at Overclockers UK for £419.99, with MSI offering a 2-year warranty with this display. 

 

You can join the discussion on MSI's Optix AG32C 32-inch 165Hz FreeSync display on the OC3D Forums

 

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13-10-2017, 17:25:19

Drebin
1080P is too low resolution for a 32" screen and to make matters worse, it's curved ! Monitor manufactures need to kill off curved monitors just like they did with 3D.Quote

13-10-2017, 18:33:55

Dark NighT
Curve is a preference, some people really enjoy it. 32inch and 1080p.. Msi go home and make it better.Quote

13-10-2017, 18:39:46

Dicehunter
24" and below is good for 1080P, Up to 27" 1440P and anything bigger than 27" needs to be 4K, 32" and 1080P subjectively doesn't mix.Quote

14-10-2017, 02:58:04

WillSK
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Originally Posted by Dicehunter View Post
24" and below is good for 1080P, Up to 27" 1440P and anything bigger than 27" needs to be 4K, 32" and 1080P subjectively doesn't mix.
Agreed! No one wants 1080 at that sorta screensize :/Quote

14-10-2017, 07:43:23

MacLeod
Yeah even tho I'm usually one trash talking super high resolutions on computer monitors, 1080 is at ok at a 27" screen at best. I'm running 1080 now on my beloved BenQ 27and while it's fine, there are times I can see some jaggies. I couldn't imagine the jagged edges on a 32" screen.

I get that the lower resolution would be better for higher frame rates to take advantage of that 165Hz refresh rate but the guy that's looking to buy a monitor of this tier isn't looking to push it on a $200 GPU.Quote
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