If you are like most people, you probably don’t mind the fact that your video game monitor is curved. It’s not that you don’t like curved monitors, you just find it distracting. The curved screen is what we call “anti-aliasing”, which means that the lines are blurred in the game rather than smooth. If you don’t like it, you can get a curved monitor to alleviate your problem.
In order to get a curved monitor, you have to buy a specific model. Ive said this several times, but these are the two most common curved gaming monitors. One model is the msi g27c4 curved gaming monitor. The other is the msi optix g27c4 curved gaming monitor. Both are fairly cheap and well worth the money.
The other thing I love about the curved gaming monitor is that it keeps track of where the screen is, and when the screen is on, it sends a signal to the game. This is very useful in situations where you really want to be in the game, or the screen is not very close to the screen you are on.
As you can see, the msi optix g27c4 curved gaming monitors are very good, but the curved gaming monitors look even better on the msi optix g27c4 curved gaming monitors. They have very little visual fidelity, so they have no real visual effects to draw on.
The curved gaming monitors are quite a bit easier to use than their flat gaming monitor brethren. You can still adjust the size of the screen, change the resolution, and change the refresh rate without having to install a separate game. The msi optix g27c4 curved gaming monitors also have a few more controls to get used to, and they’re also quite easy to set up, which makes them easy to upgrade.
The msi optix g27c4 curved gaming monitors have the same resolution as the msi optix g27c4 flat gaming monitor, but the curved gaming monitors can now be set at either 480×320 or 600×400. The resolution of the msi optix g27c4 flat gaming monitor is 640×480.
You don’t have to get one of these curved gaming monitors, but if you do, it’s worth checking out the one in the video at the beginning of this article. I own one myself, and it’s pretty great. I just wish it came with the extra features that this monitor provides.
This monitor comes with a nice extra feature that the msi optix g27c4 flat gaming monitor doesn’t, and that is its support for DVI-D and D-Sub connections. These are two of the main connections that are included with most gaming monitors, and as you can see from the link below, the msi optix g27c4 curved gaming monitor is compatible with these as well.
DVI-D and D-Sub are two of the main connections that are included with most gaming monitors. However, I am a bit disappointed that the msi optix g27c4 curved gaming monitor does not support them. I don’t know what the reason is for this, but I think it’s probably because most of the other screensets we test on tend to not have DVI-D support.
Since the msi optix g27c4 curved gaming monitor has DVI-D support, we’re going to be testing it with the DVI-D port and an HDMI cable so that we can run the monitor off of a wall-wart (a power strip) and be able to plug in an extra display into the wall-wart if we so wish.