MSI To Offer a Console Mode for its Gaming Monitors

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    Hilbert Hagedoorn Don Vito Corleone Staff Member

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    Hmm...

    How many more GPU vendors will bow down to the consoles?

    I say this while hooking up one of our PS5's to our LG CX. ;)
     
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    Console HDR....is this some new trickery to make the pc master race think consoles are better lol.
     
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    "Nowadays, more and more consumers are choosing monitors instead of TVs to play console and PC games". I would say that it's exactly backwards. :)
     
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    And there I thought that especially games typical to consoles would greatly benefit from the big screen. Which are adopting gaming monitor stuff lately. Oh well.
     
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    Oh bummer.. guess I've never owned non fake gaming hardware then.
     
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    The comments are always lame, unintelligent and boring on this forum.

    MSI's new feature is good since many people who are on a budget and play games alone, or want to utilize the same screen for console and PC, can now properly play many console games in highest fidelity. Especially many competitive games like Rocket League run just as fine and look as good on console as on PC. You don't need PC to get the most out of games like these, but you need that good monitor with detailed image and lowest possible response time to excel. MSI has been mostly rocking the market beside couple bad motherboards recently and I'm glad to see again they are putting effort to cherish a significant amount of monitor customers. Very nice!
     
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