Product Comparison: MSI Optix MPG341CQR vs LG 34GK950F
- The resolution is a real step up and gives you appreciably more desktop space.
- I like upgrade both in terms of screen real estate, resolution, and a nicer looking VA panel.
- The resolution is just perfect. 1440p is a good middle ground that you will enjoy staying at for a good while.
- The 1440p resolution makes images look better, and everything looks so smooth.
- Excellent value. Excellent resolution specs.
- As would be expected, this LG monitor 144Hz is a world of difference for gaming, and the Freesync seems to work just fine.
- For work the 34” ultrawide format has always worked well for me, since I can have two documents side by side.
- The size is large enough to act as 2 monitors, games look amazing thanks to the aspect ratio and feel amazing thanks to the 144Hz refresh rate.
- It's rather expensive but it's not that surprising you are getting 1440p, 144hz, ips display.
- The panel offers a 3440 x 1440 resolution and most importantly of all, a 144Hz.
MSI Optix MPG341CQR
- Just turn it on and 'wow' what a display!
- The picture quality is fantastic with super satisfying, vivid colours.
- Good screen colouration with vivid colours and a wide spectrum of customisation for different colour schemes.
- My favourite part is the amazing colour as it is a VA panel.
- Picture quality was awful, colour, brightness and sharpness were on par with cheapest monitor's I've used.
- Monitor performs with lovely colours and factory calibrated.
- The picture is great with sharp colours and decent blacks.
- The monitor is Awesome, virtually no back light bleed, no glow. colour was very good out of the box.
- The colours are just amazng, thanks to the panel being IPS.
- Backlight bleed in the curved corners was way too noticeable as was the "IPS Glow".
- There's a couple of nice gaming focused features too - you can enable an on screen cross-hair to help with aiming.
- You can enable LED lighting on the rear too if you wish, although I personally don't see the point.
- With this product MSI hits the mark, perfect ratio of features and price.
- Also RGB is nice feature too, for people who like it.
- I liked the design, features and refresh rate, Freesync worked flawlessly with G-Sync.
- The VESA mount is useful if, like me, you prefer your monitors mounted on a pivoting arm.
- Just had to download the firmware update and then Enable Gsync in nvidia control panel, it works flawlessly.
- This model is compatible with AMD FreeSync graphics cards for variable refresh rate support, and even has an added Motion Blur Reduction.
- There is a good range of ergonomic adjustments offered by the stand. Tilt offers a wide range and is smooth to move.
- The materials were of a good standard and the build quality felt decent.
- Upon opening the box I am greeted with an HDMI cable. Good connectivity.
- A display port cable, a power cable and a USB cable has perfect connectivity.
- The USB hub inclusion on the monitor allowed you to be able to plug any USB device.
- Inside you'll find a HDMI cable, display port cable and a USB lead, all you need to get started.
- Hooking up to the Display port (it also has two HDMI inputs if needed) allowed me to set up the high refresh-rate display. Perfect.
- The 34GK950F offers a good range of connectivity.
- Love the additional 2 port USB 3.0 hub, with the ports located on the back of the screen.
- A headphone output connection is provided for audio pass-through, which is pretty good.
- The back of the screen features the connections which is pretty convenient to plug.
- If you only have a DisplayPort 1.2 output, you will be limited to 3440 x 1440 @ 120Hz.
MSI Optix MPG341CQR