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MSI Optix G273 Monitor Review

Tested using Methodology v1.2
Reviewed Apr 27, 2022 at 10:55 am
MSI Optix G273 Picture
6.6
Mixed Usage
6.6
Office
7.4
Gaming
6.9
Media Consumption
6.8
Media Creation
3.2
HDR
Size
27"
Pixel Type
IPS
Max Refresh Rate
165 Hz
Variable Refresh Rate
Yes
Native Resolution
1920 x 1080
HDR10
No

The MSI Optix G273 is a basic, no-frills gaming monitor with a low native resolution and a fast refresh rate. It's for gamers who care more about gaming performance than overall picture quality. It doesn't support HDR and has very few additional features. It's part of MSI's G-Series gaming monitors, budget models with high refresh rates but a basic design and limited feature set. There's a smaller variant of this monitor, the MSI Optix G243, but it uses a different panel type and doesn't perform the same.

Our Verdict

6.6 Mixed Usage

The MSI G273 is an okay monitor overall. It's designed for gaming but delivers just a decent gaming experience, with low input lag and variable refresh rate (VRR) support but a relatively slow response time. It's just okay for office use, as the low native resolution makes it difficult to multitask effectively. It has great accuracy out of the box, though, and a superb SDR color gamut, so it's alright for watching videos in the dark or for media creation.

Pros
  • Great peak brightness.
  • Excellent low input lag.
Cons
  • Terrible ergonomics.
  • Low native resolution.
  • Blacks look gray in a dark room.
6.6 Office

The MSI G273 is just okay for office use. The low pixel density results in just decent text clarity, and it's hard to multitask effectively due to the limited pixel density. It performs well in bright rooms, thanks to its great peak brightness and very good reflection handling. Unfortunately, it has very few office features, as there's no built-in USB hub, and it doesn't support USB-C connectivity.

Pros
  • Great peak brightness.
  • Very good reflection handling.
Cons
  • Terrible ergonomics.
  • Low native resolution.
  • Blacks look gray in a dark room.
7.4 Gaming

The MSI Optix G273 is a decent gaming monitor overall. It has low input lag, and it supports both FreeSync and G-SYNC Compatible variable refresh rate technologies, ensuring a nearly tear-free gaming experience. Sadly, its pixel response times are considerably slower than most comparable monitors on the market, resulting in more noticeable blur behind fast-moving objects.

Pros
  • Great peak brightness.
  • Excellent low input lag.
  • Fast refresh rate.
Cons
  • Slower response time than most similar models.
  • Low native resolution.
  • Blacks look gray in a dark room.
6.9 Media Consumption

The MSI G273 is alright for watching videos in a dark room. The low native resolution is just okay for movies, and it has a low contrast ratio, so blacks look gray in a dark room. On the other hand, it has a superb SDR color gamut and great accuracy out of the box, so it's a good choice if you're looking for accurate colors, but it doesn't support HDR.

Pros
  • Great peak brightness.
  • Great accuracy out of the box.
  • Superb SDR color gamut.
Cons
  • Low native resolution.
  • Blacks look gray in a dark room.
  • Doesn't support HDR.
6.8 Media Creation

The MSI Optix G273 is reasonable for media creation. It has great color accuracy out of the box, with a superb SDR color gamut. It also has a good horizontal viewing angle, so you can easily share your screen with someone else. On the other hand, the low native resolution makes it difficult to multitask, and it has terrible ergonomics, so it's difficult to place it in an ideal viewing position.

Pros
  • Great peak brightness.
  • Great accuracy out of the box.
  • Superb SDR color gamut.
Cons
  • Terrible ergonomics.
  • Low native resolution.
  • Blacks look gray in a dark room.
  • Doesn't support HDR.
3.2 HDR

This monitor doesn't support HDR.

  • 6.6 Mixed Usage
  • 6.6 Office
  • 7.4 Gaming
  • 6.9 Media Consumption
  • 6.8 Media Creation
  • 3.2 HDR
  1. Updated Apr 27, 2022: Review published.
  2. Updated Apr 20, 2022: Early access published.

Differences Between Sizes And Variants

We tested the 27" MSI Optix G273, which is part of MSI's G Series of gaming monitors. There are many other models in this lineup with similar names, but they perform differently.

If someone comes across a different type of panel or if their G273 doesn't correspond to our review, let us know, and we will update the review. Note that some tests, like gray uniformity, may vary between individual units.

Model Size Resolution Refresh Rate Panel Type
Optix G243 24" 1080p 165Hz VA
Optix G272 27" 1080p 144Hz IPS
Optix G273 27" 1080p 165Hz IPS
Optix G273QF 27" 1440p 165Hz IPS
Optix MAG273 27" 1080p 144Hz IPS

Our unit was manufactured in October 2021; you can see the label here.

Compared To Other Monitors

The MSI Optix G273 is a basic, entry-level gaming monitor that doesn't perform as well as its competitors. Even at budget prices, there are much better choices available.

See our recommendations for the best budget gaming monitors, the best 27 inch monitors, and the best 1080p monitors.

Gigabyte G27Q

The Gigabyte G27Q is much better than the MSI Optix G273. The Gigabyte has a higher native resolution, resulting in clearer text and sharper images. The Gigabyte also has a much faster response time, resulting in clearer motion, and it supports HDR10. Finally, the Gigabyte has better ergonomics, with an excellent height adjustment that makes it easier to place it in an ideal viewing position.

MSI Optix G273QF

The MSI Optix G273QF is much better than the MSI Optix G273. The G273QF has a higher native resolution, so text is easier to read, and games are more detailed and sharper. The G273QF has a much faster response time, with almost no noticeable blur behind fast-moving objects at any refresh rate, and it has lower input lag.

AOC 24G2

The AOC 24G2 is better than the MSI Optix G273. The AOC has a smaller screen and a lower native refresh rate, but it delivers a much cleaner gaming experience, with a significantly faster response time at any refresh rate. The AOC also has much better ergonomics, with a full range of motion on that stand that makes it much easier to place it in an ideal viewing position.

MSI Optix MAG274QRF-QD

The MSI Optix MAG274QRF-QD is a much better monitor than the MSI Optix G273. The MAG274QRF-QD delivers a much smoother gaming experience, with a faster response time, resulting in less motion blur behind fast-moving objects. The MAG274QRF-QD also has better compatibility with consoles, as it can display a 1440p or downscaled 4k signal, so your favorite games look sharper and more detailed. Finally, the MAG274QRF-QD supports HDR, whereas the G273 is limited to SDR.

ASUS TUF VG27AQ

The ASUS TUF VG27AQ is significantly better than the MSI Optix G273. The ASUS has a higher native resolution, resulting in much better text clarity and sharper images. The ASUS also has a much better stand, so it's easier to place it in an ideal viewing position. The ASUS is also way better for gaming, as it has a much faster response time, and it supports 4k downscaling, which is great for PS5 and Xbox Series X gamers.

Acer Nitro XV272U KVbmiiprzx

The Acer Nitro XV272U KVbmiiprzx is much better than the MSI Optix G273. The Acer has a higher native resolution, so text looks crisper and is easier to read. The Acer also has much better ergonomics, with a full range of motion on the stand, so you can easily adjust it to an ideal viewing position. Finally, the Acer delivers a much better gaming experience, with a much faster response time.

Samsung Odyssey G9

The Samsung Odyssey G9 is significantly better than the MSI Optix G273. The Samsung has a larger, higher-resolution screen, so it's better for multitasking and it delivers a more immersive gaming experience. The Samsung also has a faster refresh rate, and it delivers better motion handling, better picture quality, and a better overall experience.

Dell G2722HS

The MSI Optix G273 and the Dell G2722HS are both okay monitors with a 1080p resolution and 165Hz refresh rate. They're very similar monitors overall, but the Dell has better motion handling as it has a quicker response time at any refresh rate. It also has better ergonomics because you can adjust the height on its stand. However, the MSI has much better accuracy, and it also gets brighter in SDR.

LG 27MN60T-W

The MSI Optix G273 and the LG 27MN60T-W are different types of 1080p monitors. The MSI is geared more towards gamers as it has a higher 165Hz refresh rate that results in better motion handling. While the LG is designed more for productivity, the MSI is still the better office monitor because it gets much brighter, making it a better choice for well-lit offices.

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Test Results

perceptual testing image
Design
Design
Style
Curved
No
Curve Radius
Not Curved

The MSI G273 has a pretty basic design, and it looks a lot like the other Optix monitors. It has extremely thin bezels on three sides, and the stand is simple but effective.

7.0
Design
Build Quality

The MSI Optix G273 has decent build quality. The body is entirely made of plastic, and it flexes quite a bit, but it feels sturdy, and the plastic appears to be okay quality overall.

2.1
Design
Ergonomics
Height Adjustment
0.0" (0.0 cm)
Tilt Range
-20° to 5°
Rotate Portrait/Landscape
No
Swivel Range
No swivel
Wall Mount
VESA 100x100

Unfortunately, the MSI Optix G273 has terrible ergonomics. Other than a basic tilt feature, it's hard to adjust the display to an ideal viewing position, so you might want to consider getting a VESA mount instead. If you want a similar monitor with better ergonomics, then look into the Dell G2722HS.

The back of the monitor is pretty simple, with a simple pattern etched into it but no RGB lighting. There's no cable management whatsoever.

Design
Stand
Base Width
18.7" (47.5 cm)
Base Depth
9.1" (23.0 cm)
Thickness (With Display)
7.1" (18.1 cm)
Weight (With Display)
9.9 lbs (4.5 kg)

The stand is very similar to most other MSI monitors, and it supports the display well. It has a wide footprint but doesn't take up much space overall, and you can still place other items in front of the monitor.

Design
Display
Size
27"
Housing Width
24.2" (61.5 cm)
Housing Height
14.5" (36.9 cm)
Thickness (Without Stand)
1.7" (4.3 cm)
Weight (Without Stand)
7.5 lbs (3.4 kg)
Borders Size (Bezels)
0.3" (0.8 cm)
Design
Controls

There's a single joystick on the back of the monitor used to navigate the on-screen display or change inputs. The power button is located just below it on the bottom bezel.

Design
In The Box
Power Supply
External Brick

  • Power adapter and cable
  • DisplayPort cable
  • Mounting screws
  • User guides

Picture Quality
6.7
Picture Quality
Contrast
Native Contrast
1,494 : 1
Contrast With Local Dimming
N/A

Unfortunately, the MSI Optix G273 has just okay contrast, so blacks appear gray in a dark room, especially in otherwise bright scenes.

0
Picture Quality
Local Dimming
Local Dimming
No
Backlight
Edge

The MSI G273 doesn't have a local dimming feature. We still film these videos on the monitor so you can compare the backlight performance with a monitor that has local dimming.

8.0
Picture Quality
SDR Brightness
Real Scene
360 cd/m²
Peak 2% Window
338 cd/m²
Peak 10% Window
339 cd/m²
Peak 25% Window
339 cd/m²
Peak 50% Window
339 cd/m²
Peak 100% Window
339 cd/m²
Sustained 2% Window
337 cd/m²
Sustained 10% Window
339 cd/m²
Sustained 25% Window
339 cd/m²
Sustained 50% Window
339 cd/m²
Sustained 100% Window
339 cd/m²
ABL
0.000
Minimum Brightness
65 cd/m²

The MSI Optix G273 has great peak brightness in SDR. There's very little variation in brightness with different scenes, which is great, and it's bright enough to overcome glare in moderately lit rooms. The minimum brightness is a bit high, though, so it's not a good choice if you're planning on using it in a completely dark room and are sensitive to light.

0
Picture Quality
HDR Brightness
VESA DisplayHDR Certification
No Certification
Real Scene
N/A
Peak 2% Window
N/A
Peak 10% Window
N/A
Peak 25% Window
N/A
Peak 50% Window
N/A
Peak 100% Window
N/A
Sustained 2% Window
N/A
Sustained 10% Window
N/A
Sustained 25% Window
N/A
Sustained 50% Window
N/A
Sustained 100% Window
N/A
ABL
N/A

The MSI G273 doesn't support HDR.

7.5
Picture Quality
Horizontal Viewing Angle
Color Washout From Left
28°
Color Washout From Right
28°
Color Shift From Left
61°
Color Shift From Right
65°
Brightness Loss From Left
29°
Brightness Loss From Right
29°
Black Level Raise From Left
70°
Black Level Raise From Right
70°
Gamma Shift From Left
38°
Gamma Shift From Right
52°

This monitor has a good horizontal viewing angle. It ensures that the image remains accurate at the sides if you're sitting close to the screen, and it also makes it a good choice for co-op gaming.

6.4
Picture Quality
Vertical Viewing Angle
Color Washout From Below
28°
Color Washout From Above
26°
Color Shift From Below
33°
Color Shift From Above
40°
Brightness Loss From Below
30°
Brightness Loss From Above
31°
Black Level Raise From Below
57°
Black Level Raise From Above
54°
Gamma Shift From Below
29°
Gamma Shift From Above
27°

The MSI G273 has a mediocre vertical viewing angle. If you're looking at it from above or below, the image fades and appears washed out. Colors lose accuracy at a moderate angle, and the brightness decreases quickly as you move off-center.

8.2
Picture Quality
Gray Uniformity
50% Std. Dev.
3.319%
50% DSE
0.124%

The MSI G273 has great gray uniformity. There's very little dirty screen effect in the center, but the sides of the screen are noticeably darker than the center.

6.8
Picture Quality
Black Uniformity
Native Std. Dev.
1.481%
Std. Dev. w/ L.D.
N/A

This monitor has just okay black uniformity. There's some noticeable IPS glow along the edges, but the overall screen isn't very cloudy, which is great. Sadly, there's no local dimming feature to improve black uniformity.

8.1
Picture Quality
Color Accuracy (Pre-Calibration)
Picture Mode
sRGB
sRGB Gamut Area xy
100.9%
White Balance dE (Avg.)
4.90
Color Temperature (Avg.)
7,209 K
Gamma (Avg.)
2.28
Color dE (Avg.)
3.01
Contrast Setting
N/A
RGB Settings
50-50-50
Gamma Setting
No Gamma Setting
Brightness Setting
70
Measured Brightness
288 cd/m²
Brightness Locked
No

The MSI Optix G273 has great accuracy out of the box. The white balance is a bit off, as bright shades of gray aren't displayed accurately, but the overall color accuracy is good. Gamma is pretty close to the sRGB curve, but it's a bit too high, as most scenes appear darker than they should.

The sRGB mode does a great job limiting colors to the sRGB color space, so they don't appear oversaturated. Unlike most monitors, the sRGB mode leaves most picture settings unlocked. The color temperature is quite cool, resulting in a slightly bluish tint.

9.8
Picture Quality
Color Accuracy (Post-Calibration)
Picture Mode
User
sRGB Gamut Area xy
99.3%
White Balance dE (Avg.)
0.58
Color Temperature (Avg.)
6,517 K
Gamma (Avg.)
2.18
Color dE (Avg.)
0.38
Contrast Setting
70
RGB Settings
50-56-48
Gamma Setting
No Gamma Setting
Brightness Setting
12
Measured Brightness
99 cd/m²
ICC Profile
Download

After calibration, this monitor has fantastic accuracy. The remaining issues in the white balance and color accuracy aren't noticeable at all, and the color temperature is very close to the calibration target. Gamma is also significantly improved and tracks the sRGB target curve almost perfectly.

9.4
Picture Quality
SDR Color Gamut
sRGB Coverage xy
99.3%
sRGB Picture Mode
User
Adobe RGB Coverage xy
84.4%
Adobe RGB Picture Mode
User

The MSI Optix G273 has a superb SDR color gamut. It has nearly complete coverage of the sRGB color space used by almost all desktop and web content. It has decent coverage of the Adobe RGB color space, but it's a bit limited for professional photo processing if you're used to working in that color space.

9.6
Picture Quality
SDR Color Volume
sRGB In ICtCp
97.7%
sRGB Picture Mode
User
Adobe RGB In ICtCp
88.4%
Adobe RGB Picture Mode
User

This monitor has fantastic color volume in SDR. Colors are just as vibrant as pure white, and it has nearly complete coverage of the sRGB color space. Due to the low contrast ratio, it can't display dark saturated colors very well, though.

0
Picture Quality
HDR Color Gamut
Wide Color Gamut
N/A
DCI-P3 Coverage xy
N/A
DCI-P3 Picture Mode
No HDR
Rec. 2020 Coverage xy
N/A
Rec. 2020 Picture Mode
No HDR

This monitor doesn't support HDR.

0
Picture Quality
HDR Color Volume
DCI-P3 In ICtCp
N/A
DCI-P3 Picture Mode
No HDR
Rec. 2020 In ICtCp
N/A
Rec. 2020 Picture Mode
No HDR

This monitor doesn't support HDR.

7.9
Picture Quality
Reflections
Screen Finish
Matte
Total Reflections
4.4%
Indirect Reflections
2.6%
Calculated Direct Reflections
1.9%

The MSI G273 has very good reflection handling. Glare isn't an issue in moderately-lit rooms, but it's still not a good idea to place it facing a window or bright light.

7.0
Picture Quality
Text Clarity
Pixel Type
IPS
Subpixel Layout
RGB

This monitor has just decent text clarity. With Windows ClearType off, diagonal lines and curves aren't very sharp, as shown in the bottom photo. Running the ClearType calibration wizard (top photo) significantly improves text clarity, but there are still a few issues with fine lines.

8.9
Picture Quality
Gradient
Color Depth
10 Bit

The MSI G273 has excellent gradient handling, but it's not performing as well as it should. Although it can accept a 10-bit signal, it doesn't display it properly, and there's noticeable 8-bit banding in all shades.

Motion
8.5
Motion
Refresh Rate
Native Refresh Rate
165 Hz
Max Refresh Rate
165 Hz
Max Refresh Rate Over DP
165 Hz
Max Refresh Rate Over HDMI
144 Hz
Max Refresh Rate Over DP @ 10-bit
165 Hz
Max Refresh Rate Over HDMI @ 10-Bit
85 Hz

The MSI Optix G273 has an excellent refresh rate for gaming. It defaults to the max refresh rate without the need for an optional factory overclock, but it's limited to a lower refresh rate over HDMI due to the bandwidth limitations of its HDMI ports.

Motion
Variable Refresh Rate (VRR)
FreeSync
Compatible (Tested)
G-SYNC
Compatible (NVIDIA Certified)
VRR Maximum
165 Hz
VRR Minimum
< 20 Hz
VRR Supported Connectors
DisplayPort, HDMI
Variable Refresh Rate
Yes

The MSI Optix G273 is certified by NVIDIA to work with their G-SYNC Compatible feature, which only works over DisplayPort. Although not certified by AMD, it also works with FreeSync sources over both HDMI and DisplayPort. It helps ensure a nearly tear-free gaming experience from any source that supports VRR.

7.4
Motion
Response Time @ Max Refresh Rate
Recommended Overdrive Setting
Fastest
Rise / Fall Time
4.8 ms
Total Response Time
12.7 ms
Overshoot Error
5.1%
Worst 3 Rise / Fall Time
9.2 ms
Worst 3 Total Response Time
21.6 ms
Worst 3 Overshoot Error
26.1%

Overdrive SettingResponse Time ChartResponse Time TablesMotion Blur Photo
NormalChartTablePhoto
FastChartTablePhoto
FastestChartTablePhoto

The MSI Optix G273 has a decent response time overall, but it's quite a bit slower than most similar monitors. The 'Fastest' overdrive setting delivers the best result overall, but even it has a slow total response time. There's a bit of overshoot in some transitions with that setting, but it's not very noticeable. Lower settings have no overshoot, which is great, but their rise/fall time and total response time is significantly slower, resulting in a much longer blur trail behind fast-moving objects.

6.9
Motion
Response Time @ 120Hz
Recommended Overdrive Setting
Fastest
Rise / Fall Time
4.4 ms
Total Response Time
14.2 ms
Overshoot Error
12.3%
Worst 3 Rise / Fall Time
5.8 ms
Worst 3 Total Response Time
28.0 ms
Worst 3 Overshoot Error
50.0%

Overdrive SettingResponse Time ChartResponse Time TablesMotion Blur Photo
NormalChartTablePhoto
FastChartTablePhoto
FastestChartTablePhoto

The response time at 120Hz is a bit worse than at the max refresh rate, and it's just okay overall. Sadly, there's more overshoot at 120Hz, and the total response time is a bit slow. The 'Fastest' overdrive setting still delivers the best results, so you don't need to adjust your settings if you switch from your PC at 165Hz to a console running at 120Hz, like an Xbox Series X or PS5.

6.8
Motion
Response Time @ 60Hz
Recommended Overdrive Setting
Fast
Rise / Fall Time
7.8 ms
Total Response Time
14.1 ms
Overshoot Error
0.5%
Worst 3 Rise / Fall Time
10.8 ms
Worst 3 Total Response Time
21.1 ms
Worst 3 Overshoot Error
3.6%

Overdrive SettingResponse Time ChartResponse Time TablesMotion Blur Photo
NormalChartTablePhoto
FastChartTablePhoto
FastestChartTablePhoto

The MSI Optix G273 has an alright response time when gaming at 60Hz. The overdrive modes behave a bit differently at 60Hz, as the previously recommended 'Fastest' setting now has a much slower total response time, so it's recommended to switch to 'Fast' when gaming at 60Hz. Unfortunately, due to the significant differences between overdrive modes at different refresh rates, there's no single "set and forget" mode, so you'll need to change settings when switching to some sources.

Motion
Backlight Strobing (BFI)
Backlight Strobing (BFI)
Yes
Maximum Frequency
165 Hz
Minimum Frequency
85 Hz
Longest Pulse Width Brightness
120 cd/m²
Shortest Pulse Width Brightness
120 cd/m²
Pulse Width Control
No
Pulse Phase Control
No
Pulse Amplitude Control
No
VRR At The Same Time
No

Refresh RateMotion Blur Photo
165HzPhoto
120HzPhoto

The MSI G273 has an optional backlight strobing feature, commonly known as black frame insertion (BFI). Unfortunately, the pulse timing is a bit off, causing noticeable crosstalk, and there are no adjustment settings to improve the overall performance of the feature.

10
Motion
Image Flicker
Flicker-Free
Yes
PWM Dimming Frequency
0 Hz

The backlight of the MSI Optix G273 is completely flicker-free at all brightness levels. It's great, as it helps reduce eye strain with longer play sessions.

Inputs
8.8
Inputs
Input Lag
Native Resolution @ Max Hz
4.0 ms
Native Resolution @ 120Hz
5.1 ms
Native Resolution @ 60Hz
9.1 ms
Backlight Strobing (BFI)
7.9 ms

The MSI Optix G273 has excellent low input lag. It's especially important for gaming, as it results in a responsive gaming experience, ensuring your actions are in sync with what you see onscreen.

6.5
Inputs
Resolution And Size
Native Resolution
1920 x 1080
Aspect Ratio
16:9
Megapixels
2.1 MP
Pixel Density
81 PPI
Measured Screen Diagonal
27.1"
Screen Area
313 in²

The low pixel density of this display is just okay, as it doesn't give you a lot of space to work with, and it's not ideal for multitasking.

5.0
Inputs
PS5 Compatibility
4k @ 120Hz
No
4k @ 60Hz
No
1440p @ 120Hz
No
1440p @ 60Hz
No
1080p @ 120Hz
Yes
1080p @ 60Hz
Yes
HDR
No
VRR
PS5 doesn't support VRR yet

Unfortunately, the MSI Optix G273 has very limited compatibility with the PS5. It's limited to a 1080p resolution, and it can't downscale a 4k signal as it doesn't support MSI's 'Console Mode' feature.

4.2
Inputs
Xbox Series X|S Compatibility
4k @ 120Hz
No
4k @ 60Hz
No
1440p @ 120Hz
No
1440p @ 60Hz
No
1080p @ 120Hz
Yes
1080p @ 60Hz
Yes
HDR
No
VRR
Yes

This monitor has very basic compatibility with the Xbox Series S|X. It can't downscale 1440p or 4k signals, and it's limited to a 1080p resolution. It doesn't support HDR at all, but VRR works.

Inputs
Inputs Photos
Inputs
Video And Audio Ports
DisplayPort
1 (DP 1.2)
Mini DisplayPort
No
HDMI
2 (HDMI 1.4)
HDMI 2.1 Rated Speed
No HDMI 2.1
DVI
No
VGA
No
Daisy Chaining
No
3.5mm Audio Out
1
3.5mm Audio In
No
HDR10
No
3.5mm Microphone In
No
Inputs
USB
USB-A Ports
0
USB-A Rated Speed
No USB-A Ports
USB-B Upstream Port
No
USB-C Ports
0
USB-C Upstream
No USB-C Ports
USB-C Rated Speed
No USB-C Ports
USB-C Power Delivery
No USB-C Ports
USB-C DisplayPort Alt Mode
No USB-C Ports
Thunderbolt
No

Unfortunately, this monitor doesn't have any USB ports.

Inputs
macOS Compatibility

There are no major issues using this monitor with a recent MacBook Pro. VRR works fine, with no flickering at low framerates. Windows return to their original place when your computer comes back from sleep mode, but they reset if you close the lid. It's a bit slow to wake from sleep.

Features
Features
Additional Features
Speakers
No
RGB Illumination
No
Multiple Input Display
No
KVM Switch
No

This is a very basic monitor with no notable extra features. It has a virtual crosshair feature like most gaming monitors, and there are a few image adjustment options, including a low blue light mode and a dynamic contrast feature.

Features
On-Screen Display (OSD)

The on-screen display is basic but easy to navigate.

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