[SOLVED] Help me pick a monitor at 144hz 1080p/2K 1MS response rate VA Panel with Gsync and freesync support

If you had to pick any one of them, which one you would do?

  • MSI OPTIX G27C2 27" 144Hz 1080P Curved Gaming Monitor

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tuhinbhuiyan

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Hi,

Please Help me to pick a monitor at 144hz 1080p/2K 1MS response rate VA Panel with Gsync and free sync support.

I liked this which both locally available. But some places I heard Aorus does not have actual 1ms. But I could not find any info about MSI Optix. If those are real 1ms or not.
Also, can this monitor get you banned in online games? As these provide some additional cheaty features to play better? I have been using IPS monitor for past several years. And don't intend to go for TN panel.

Msi Optix: https://www.startech.com.bd/msi-optix-g27c2-gaming-monitor
Price: $422 approx

Aorus: https://www.startech.com.bd/gigabyte-aorus-ad27qd-monitor
Price: $668 approx, and a free keyboard offer: FORCE K83 Mechanical Keyboard

What will I do with this Monitor?
I will mostly play fps/tps/racing games like pubg/csgo/apex legends/nfs and watch movies and some time for coding works.

GPU I will use?
Right now I have 1060 6gb but I will use low settings. Planned to get a 2060/2070 RTX Colorful gpu.


Thanks!
 

tuhinbhuiyan

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I would go for the aorus monitor even without the keyboard offer. OC3D recently gave it a positive review which may help with your decision.

Thanks. I bought it yesterday. But something I find different, white ton looks a bit yellow tint then My IPS which white is more little blue or faded. Even though I preferred white of IPS more. Yellow gives me feels like my monitor panel has become old. Beside this everything else good.
 

tuhinbhuiyan

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You could try running the Display Color Calibration tool, assuming you have windiws 10, also check you don't have a low blue light mode enabled or warm color settings as these can cause a yellowish tinge. Tft central recently reviewed your monitor, it's worth reading as they go into much more detail than most other reviwers and may help you set your one up:

https://www.tftcentral.co.uk/reviews/gigabyte_aorus_ad27qd.htm

Thanks. I guess I have to live with it then. It looks like more people has this problem also in reddit.
 

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