REVISión MSI MAG272CQR – Un monitor de juego más barato de 1440p 165Hz?
Vamos a comprobarlo en esta revisión y averiguar si necesita hacer algún compromiso por el precio más bajo.. El panel Samsung VA es 27 pulgadas con un 16 por 9 relación de aspecto y se ejecuta con una resolución de 1440p y acabado mate. Tiene una frecuencia de actualización de 165Hz y un tiempo de respuesta de 1 ms, aunque eso es MPRT en lugar de gris a gris.. Its got adaptive sync support too. Por lo tanto, based on the specs, its got quite a few features for gaming.. This is a curved monitor with a 1500R curve. I didnt personally mind it it wasnt too aggressive for me.. Para ejecutar el monitor a 1440p, 165Hz, necesitarás usar DisplayPort.. I confirmed the HDMI is limited to 144Hz, que tiene sentido, ya que se trata de una limitación de la especificación HDMI 2.0b.. I tested with both Nvidia and Radeon graphics, and found that my Nvidia RTX 2080 Ti funcionaría con el modo compatible con G Sync con DisplayPort, pero no HDMI.. Mi RX 5700 XT, Por otro lado, trabajó con FreeSync con DisplayPort o HDMI, but you might as well stick to DisplayPort to get the full 165Hz refresh rate. Con DisplayPort en uso. The FreeSync range was reported as 48Hz to 165Hz. MSI list that the monitor has support for 90 de DCI, P3 y 100 of the sRGB colour space. In the default user profile. With my Spyder 5, I was getting a little under this 88 de DCI, P3 y 99 de sRGB.
. According to the specs, es un 300 panel nit, sin embargo, at maximum brightness mine was topping out at 288 nits with about half of the specified 30001 relación de contraste. But I tested with the default 70 hacia fuera de 100 contrast in the settings, and this is still higher when compared to most IPS panels. He probado, as VA panels, tend to have deeper blacks. Just anecdotally, while using it. I thought it looked pretty good for both gaming or some content creation, but yeah it did feel a little dim at times.. El monitor le da tres respuestas: time settings normal fast and fastest.. If we look at normal with the UFO test, it honestly looked pretty bad, which I suppose is one of the downsides with VA panels.. After changing to the fast response time setting it improved a little, then I thought this test looked better still with the fastest mode.. Todavía, Aunque, it did seem suboptimal when compared against other monitors that Ive tested, pero para ser justos, those others are also more expensive. También. Theres also an anti motion blur option. Sin embargo, I cant say I found this to help too much here, though it does introduce some flicker. Los ángulos de visión estaban bien, independientemente del ángulo. Las especificaciones señalan que es bueno para hasta 178 grados, tanto horizontal como verticalmente., Los biseles no son demasiado gruesos – I measured them at around 9mm on the sides, pero honestamente no puedo decir que realmente me importa demasiado, como apenas los noto.
Una vez que me me meo en un juego, but that would be more of an issue if you have more than one side by side though., There was some backlight bleed, mainly some glow towards the top and bottom, which was only really noticeable when viewing dark scenes. But this will vary between panels., Su, no todo sobre el panel, though the stand feels fairly solid and has a matte black metal base and brushed plastic stand. En términos de ajustes. Weve just got 5 Para 20 degrees of tilt and 0 to 13cm of height adjustment.. Hay, por desgracia, no swivel or pivot available with the included stand, pero para ser justos, I can understand why you may not necessarily want these motions with a curved panel.. The stand connects to the back of the panel and youve got to screw in two included phillips head screws down the bottom. Behind the stand. Mount is a 100mm VESA mount if you want to attach the panel to a different stand or monitor arm.. The back has an MSI logo up the top corner and theres. Also some subtle, RGB lighting back here too, más en ese pronto. Hay, a headphone holder on the left of the screen. You just push it in and it clicks out. Its all plastic and feels a little loose, but it gets the job done.. The back also features a Kensington lock towards the bottom, a la derecha, no speakers here and on the left or the right once youre sitting in front of the screen theres a single joystick for on screen display navigation, which I had no problems reaching and using.
Hay. A power button underneath the screen on the right hand, side and a macro key button on the left side. Por defecto. The left macro button will open the gaming OSD software if youve installed it, but you can change what this button does through the gaming OSD software. So it could be a shortcut to something else.. Speaking of the OSD. It was pretty easy to navigate through and there were your usual options available, including changing screen profiles, warm levels, brightness contrast, response, hora, settings and, Claro, the all important RGB disable for those who hate lighting.. La iluminación era bastante sutil incluso por la noche, en una habitación oscura. No pensé que fuera demasiado brillante en comparación con otros, He probado. I could barely pick it up on camera. If you connect the included Type B, USB cable to your PC and download the gaming OSD software from the MSI product page. You can manage all of these settings and more through Windows with your mouse, which is much easier compared to using the on screen display and joystick.. There are some extras in the software, including setting split window areas, to snap applications to in Windows. The aforementioned macro key and, Claro, RGB lighting. – You can control the lighting effects here and customize it a fair bit at least more than the zero customization available through the regular OSD. All you can do. There is turn it on or off.. The MSI website does a decent job of demonstrating the available effects.
. The IO is on the back and faces down theres a power input on the far left, and no external power. Brick is needed as its built in.. The rest of the IO is on the right and includes a DisplayPort 1.2a input which youll need to reach the 165Hz refresh rate 2 HDMI 2.0b outputs, a Type C input which supports DisplayPort and charging a 3.5mm audio jack for headphones 2. Usb 3.2 Gen1 Type A ports which can be used as a hub once you connect the included Type B, Cable, which is the final port on the far right.. Los cables incluidos con el monitor son de tamaño completo, DisplayPort HDMI, USB Type B to A for the USB hub functionality and gaming OSD software and a power cable.. There are also some additional screws for wall mounting the panel.. So far the monitor looks decent for the price. Ghosting and minor bleed issues aside, pero ¿cómo fue realmente utilizar el día a día? Normalmente uso un 32 4Monitor K, como mi controlador diario para la edición de vídeo, por lo que intercambiar a 27 inches at 1440p was a little downsize. en general. I thought it looked great in terms of colours and contrast if a little dim at times. When playing games that can actually run at high enough FPS to utilize the 165Hz panel. I thought they looked smooth for the most part.. I dont think Im too sensitive to things like ghosting and motion blur personally and while playing games.
It looked ok to me, a filthy casual though, as we saw in the UFO test, it was much more obvious than what I thought was ideal. After some use. The curve does grow on me and I get used to it its a personal preference thing, but I think I prefer it once Im used to it. When I go back to a regular flat screen. It feels weird comparatively like the corners are out of reach, pero eso es. Just my experience. Finally lets discuss pricing. Puede encontrar precios actualizados vinculados en la descripción. At the time of recording MSI Optix MAG272CQR goes for around 400 USD so about 200 less compared to the. Semejantemente, specced Viewsonic XG270QG monitor that I recently tested. Id say the build quality of the viewsonic was better and the IPS panel was better in terms of response time, pero en el 50 higher cost. The MSI option is still getting you a 1440p 165Hz gaming panel with adaptive sync., Even the popular ASUS TUF VG27AQ costs more at 430 USD though I havent tested that yet to compare with. Aquí en Australia estaban mirando 830 AUD with release through JB HiFi. Later this month., If youve, seen my previous review on the older MAG271CQR, its pretty similar just with a 144Hz refresh rate, a more subtle curve, but higher 400 nit brightness level, and that could also be a good option depending on price difference.. How big of a deal that extra 20Hz is will likely come down to the individual? I cant say Im pro enough to really benefit from it all that much.
. Let me know what you thought of the MSI Optix MAG272CQR gaming, monitor down in the comments and also, hágamelo saber, if youre interested in seeing more gaming monitors. Ive still got one more here to test out for the moment..