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    MSI goes super-big on widescreen gaming monitor

    The MAG491C is a 49in widescreen monster.
    Watch the show..

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    Re: MSI goes super-big on widescreen gaming monitor

    Ooooh, woooooooow, sooooo wiiiiiiide screeeeeeeen annnnnnnd, oh, wait..... 1080?
    Can't recall exact model, but my mates have 1440 curvy widescreens... Must be ROG models - The things have red logos shining out their bums!

    Also - TN panel?

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    Re: MSI goes super-big on widescreen gaming monitor

    You can upgrade the SSD and PSU.

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    Re: MSI goes super-big on widescreen gaming monitor

    I also think they missed a trick, calling it the MAG491C... should have been the MAG1C-49!
    Nice on the side-by-side pic, but I'm kinda used to 1440 now.

    Quote Originally Posted by Hoonigan View Post
    You can upgrade the SSD and PSU.
    It has an SSD?

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    Re: MSI goes super-big on widescreen gaming monitor

    32:9 is a weird ratio!


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    Re: MSI goes super-big on widescreen gaming monitor

    Quote Originally Posted by CAT-THE-FIFTH View Post
    32:9 is a weird ratio!
    It's not uncommon for people to use two 16:9 monitors, so the likes of Samsung and MSI are gluing them together and getting rid of the bezel. Makes perfect sense IMO.

    I'm using a 21:9 at the moment and certainly wouldn't grumble at any extra width, but it would need to be 1440 pixels tall for my usage. However, 5120 x 1440 isn't far off the same amount of pixels as a 4K monitor which would require more than just one 1080Ti for smooth frames.

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    Re: MSI goes super-big on widescreen gaming monitor

    At last, a decent width monitor. But wait... 1080p ! Oh no, I'm using 1440 at the moment, this would be a backwards step. Not going to happen. :-(

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