Intel’s 12th generation Alder Lake processors are finally here and so is Microsoft’s highly awaited windows 11 os. And with the release of these two technologies, more and more users will care about picture color and picture quality since personal PC and notebooks provide more powerful performance with next-gen CPUs.
According to sources, customers in the past used to care more about the response time and refresh rate but now things are changing. People are beginning to care more about color performance because of the prolonged time spent with these monitors.
“The largest color gamut we’ve measured to date” was the impression given by folks at Tom’s hardware when they reviewed the MAG274QRF-QD by MSI. MSI QD series is well-known and received many awards but MSI does not want to stop here, and the hardware manufacturer has just announced the latest update of the QD series and it is a new standard of a gaming monitor.
QD premium color doesn’t only equip Quantum dot film in the monitor but it also brought along with it software optimization to help improve color calibration. The first batch of QD premium color support monitors is MPG Artymis 273CQRX-QD and MPG Artymis 273CQR-QD. And new MEG 341 Mini LED.
MSI also announced that it will be bringing console gaming line-up to console lovers since the latest console device come with support for a high refresh rate and 4K resolution. MSI’s KVM 3.0 feature will allow console gamers to use the console controller to access the monitor OSD setting menu and Marco keys settings.
For gamers looking for a 4K 144hz monitor, MSI Optix MPG321UR-QD is a great choice for console gamers currently in the market, as the Optix MPG321UR-QD offers a fast response time and support 144hz at 4K resolution by the latest HDMI2.1.