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    MSI Optix MPG341CQR

    MSI's best gaming monitor to date.
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    Re: MSI Optix MPG341CQR

    With more and more games letting you use resolution scaling, pairing something like this with 80% scaling on a 2080Ti could easily net you 100fps, without having to compromise on settings too much; obviously AA is right out (don't understand why people use it at 4K anyway, have a 43" 4K tv, and can't tell the difference with it on or off. Have to imagine it's even less noticeable on a smaller screen), and tone down the Ultra settings, which rarely offer anything anyway, especially at higher resolutions.

    Hitting anything above 90 would be a dream, as I personally believe 90hz is the sweet spot; anything below is noticeable, but anything above less so. Paired with VFR, that is gaming joy right there.

    I'm genuinely tempted to get this, and keep the TV for HDR content, which is a given anyway, because who wants to watch a movie on a 34" monitor.

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    Just FYI a 1800R curve are the smallest one we use on our train set ( G - scale trains in the garden ) you need much larger for the big / long trains to pull thru that turn.
    Okay we have much tighter curve tracks too, but can only use those on little side tracks with little trains running, though my 2-6-6-2 Baldwin will drive on the small curves too due to its wheel arrangement.

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    Re: MSI Optix MPG341CQR

    Quote Originally Posted by Gentle Viking View Post
    Just FYI a 1800R curve are the smallest one we use on our train set ( G - scale trains in the garden ) you need much larger for the big / long trains to pull thru that turn.
    Okay we have much tighter curve tracks too, but can only use those on little side tracks with little trains running, though my 2-6-6-2 Baldwin will drive on the small curves too due to its wheel arrangement.
    I genuinely have no reply to that.

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    Re: MSI Optix MPG341CQR

    Quote Originally Posted by Gentle Viking View Post
    Just FYI a 1800R curve are the smallest one we use on our train set ( G - scale trains in the garden ) you need much larger for the big / long trains to pull thru that turn.
    Okay we have much tighter curve tracks too, but can only use those on little side tracks with little trains running, though my 2-6-6-2 Baldwin will drive on the small curves too due to its wheel arrangement.
    It's a forum Jim - But not the one he thinks it is....

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    Re: MSI Optix MPG341CQR

    Wow...MSi just love shoving out this VA panel gargbage, don't they.

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