MSI's Eye-Popping, 49-inch Curved Display Can Be Two Monitors in One

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Pedasc

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I don't know, a 'three-second response time' seems a tad bit high for a gaming monitor.

You might want to edit that although I'm pretty sure we know what you mean.
 

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"three-second response time"
Bit high...

"The NXG251 also supports Nvidia's FreeSync anti-tearing technology. With FreeSync and the high refresh rate, you can run some games at over 200 fps, without any ghosting at al"

Well which is it freesync (making it the first freesync supporting that I know of that has a refresh that fast) or G-Sync?
 

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This has exactly the same specs as the CHG90... so whats the point other than putting on someone elses name? If you want to get my money you need to up the resolution.
 

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That was probably a typo, since corrected:
"a three millisecond response time"
 
If it were a full 4K (3840 x 2160), each half would be 1920 x 2160, an odd resolution that many computers probably don't support.
My Samsung U28E590 with the same feature disagrees - both a C720 Chromebook and HD3000 integrated graphics (under Ubuntu) will happily drive it - neither of those are exactly performance powerhouses.
 

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Not sure about a curved display. In racing and flying sims, a VR headset has proven to be more practical. In productivity, pixel deformation is an issue. Only real use case is shooters.
 

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>supports Nvidia's FreeSync anti-tearing technology.

Nope, not free, 200-300 USD for the chip by itself.

Also, there's no information on what type of panel is used for the MAG491C, so I'm going to guess it's Samsung's VA as it looks identical to the LC49HG90.

Lastly, the Oculux NXG251 must be a TN right?
 

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I never even noticed the "Nvidia's FreeSync" error. The other reports I have seen claim it is Nvidia's G-Sync not AMD's FreeSync.
 
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