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MSI just launched one more gaming monitor for enthusiasts which is actually a similar version to the Optix AG32C. This monitor is Optix AG32CQ but the main difference here is the refresh rate. While the AG32C features 165Hz refresh rate, AG32CQ offers 144Hz but there is one more major difference.
While the AG32C is a 1080p monitor with a 31.5-inch VA panel, AG32CQ is a 1440p monitor with a similar 31.5-inch VA display. This makes AG32CQ a high-end monitor that will require more horsepower from your CPU or graphics card in order to run the games effectively. The new monitor is just an upgraded version of the non-Q Optix model and features good aesthetics with a curved display.
AG32CQ offers 250cd/m2 brightness with 110% sRGB and a contrast ratio of 3000:1. As the display panel is VA, you will be getting better display quality when compared to the TN panel but somewhat lower than the IPS. But MSI has actually improved the monitor in another way by putting the response time of only 1ms(MPRT) and 4ms(GTG)which is very fast for any fast-paced game like CSGO, Battlefield, Overwatch etc.
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The monitor also features anti-glare panel so that you don’t get strain on your eyes after working for long. The monitor is rated at a 60Watts power consumption and comes with an external adapter rated at 12V 5A.
The monitor is currently not available worldwide but through the report provided by PCgamer, we got to know that it is currently available for pre-purchase on Amazon Spain website and costs 499 Euros.