In this video we take a look at the msi Optix MAG321CQR Curved monitor. We discuss the overall design and feel of a curved monitor and the specs of the beautiful and budget friendly offering by msi.

– Curved Gaming display (1800R) – The best gameplay immersion.
– Mystic Light – The ultimate gaming finish.
– WQHD High Resolution – Game titles will even look better, displaying more details due to the WQHD resolution.
– 144Hz Refresh Rate – Real smooth gaming.
– 1ms response time – eliminate screen tearing and choppy frame rates.
– Gaming OSD App – Create the ultimate viewing settings for your game.
– True colors – DCI-P3 90% & sRGB 122%.
– AMD FreeSync – prevent screen tearing.
– Anti-Flicker and Less Blue Light – game even longer and prevent eye strain and fatique.
– Frameless design – Ultimate gameplay experience.
– 178° wide view angle.

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32 thoughts on “msi Optix MAG321CQR 32″ Curved Freesync 1440p Monitor Review

  1. I'm thinking of getting his monitor but can't find one bit of info. I have kind of a low hanging hutch on my gaming desk that I would prefer the monitor to be able to clear. If the monitor is lowered to its absolute lowest, what is the height of it?

  2. my pc is ryzen 7 1700 2 years old , i just bought rtx 2070 now i wanna build my 2nd pc and this seems like a good upgrade over xb271hu. i need bigger screen used to play ps4 on 40 inch sony bravia.

  3. is your monitor have issue like vertical banding, my mag321cqr have little vertical banding issue but not bad, i search for info and found out that vertical banding is common issue on large display with va samsung panel

  4. considering getting this monitor. Have you had any issues with dead pixels during your time with the monitor? My last MSI monitor had a few dead pixels about 2 days after use

  5. People who have problem with G-sync (or freesync) , follow this instruction, pretty easy:
    For example if your G-sync box gets unchecked when checked…

  6. right now im on the verge of getting a vega 56 after my rx 580 let go.i can't see myself spending $350 for a rtx 2060 when i can get the same if not better performance with a vega 56.i have a 1080p 144hz and a 4k 60hz monitor,not sure how well the vega 56 can do 4k but i saw some benchmarks where its sometimes beating the gtx 1080 which is crazy and for $269 and 2 free games cannot beat it.i may do some benchmarking and an unboxing when i get ahold of it.

  7. sounds like you are on the propitiatory drivers so probably not helpful, but i found it difficult to peace together how to get freesync working on my rig so i thought i would share the steps. my process for enabling freesync on mesa was as follows.

    1. turn on freesync in monitors OSD

    2. install kernel 5.0 or newer + mesa 19.0 for open gl mesa 19.1 for Vulkan support

    3. /usr/share/X11/xorg.conf.d/10-amdgpu.conf
    #change to
    Section "Device"
    Identifier "AMD"
    Driver "amdgpu"
    Option "DRI" "3"
    Option "VariableRefresh" "true"

    4. Test FreeSYNC

    # Check that AMDGPU driver is being used
    cat ~/.local/share/xorg/Xorg.0.log | grep amdgpu

    # Check that FreeSync is on
    cat ~/.local/share/xorg/Xorg.0.log | grep Variable

    # Check that display is compatable, look for vrr_capable: 1
    xrandr –props

  8. on my LG 4k freesync monitors I have to turn on adaptive sync on the monitor before the option was available to me when I was testing AMD RX570 and using freesync on my nvidia gpu gsync is available after turning on adaptive sync on the display and found on Linux only full screen OpenGL apps worked with it. Look for adaptive sync or freesync in monitor settings as it may be off by default like it was on my monitor.

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