Product Comparison: AOC (C27G1) vs MSI Optix MAG271C
- Great screen size and resolution.
- I mostly play games on it, but I do watch movies as well, and the resolution is just perfect.
- Well I figured what was important to me was going to be screen size and refresh rate. Really good resolution.
- I liked the screen size, curvature, resolution, and refresh rate.
- The curvature is actually really nice with good resolution of this monitor.
MSI Optix MAG271C
- Colors are decent, although calibration needed to get them where they should be.
- The color is perfect, text is sharp and I was able to get it to 144Hz.
- Curved slightly and it has so many pre-programmed color schemes I was in heaven!
- The viewing angles are amazing, screen colors are well saturated and super adjustable.
- Text is super blurry, colors are washed out and terrible, in general it looks really bad.
- The base of the monitor is a heavy metal which is a very nice feature.
- There is also a smart headset feature on the left side which is super cool.
- It has some cool features like the stand that pops out from the side to hold a headset
- The ability to put an aiming reticle on the center of the screen really good feature.
- This is a great monitor for gaming, it has many great features that are easy to use such as, different video modes.
- Once the cords (power and HDMI) were plugged in, I was ready to go.
- The monitor includes everything you need and more (HDMI, DisplayPort, etc cables). Good connection.
- Displayport allows you to achieve 144hz. Easy connect.
- With HDMI you cant get to the great-great 144Hz and simply peak at an amazing 120Hz.
- The displayport which is the connection I wanted to use was not displaying anything.
MSI Optix MAG271C