MSI, 165Hz drive 31.5-inch gaming LCD Optix G321C with almost human field of vision curvature

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  1. Hilbert Hagedoorn

    Hilbert Hagedoorn Don Vito Corleone Staff Member

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    Xendance Ancient Guru

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    "a curvature rate of 1,000R, which is nearly identical to the human field of vision"

    What does that even mean?
     
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    Kaleid Ancient Guru

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    It's too bad it's gonna look pixelated, 1080p at 31.5"? Ouch
     
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    Yeah @1440 p in this price this could have been a superb vfm monitor. It might be saying 165hz but ghosting and inverse ghosting is often an issue to this price category . There are monitor that pull it of thought.
     

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    31.5-inch 1080p human vision.
    Never knew humans see everything in big pixels.
    The more you know.
     
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    Is this trying to tap into a market of people who can't/wont upgrade their GPU at the moment?
     
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    It is widely well established fact from people that are completely clueless on the matter that the human eye can not see more than 24fps! Why not take a step farther and make it 24fps 1080p ? :p
     

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