Screen size: 32-inch
Panel technology: VA
Native resolution: 2,560 x 1,440
Refresh rate: 165Hz
Response time: 1ms
Brightness: 341 nits
Inputs: 2x HDMI 2.0, 1x DisplayPort 1.4, 1x USB Type-C, 2x USB 3.0, 1 USB-Type B
Other: FreeSync Premium,
Dimensions: 27.61 x 18.64 x 12.51
Weight: 19.8 pounds
Featuring a bright, vivid 2560 x 1400-pixel WQHD resolution panel, 165Hz refresh rate, and a speedy 1-millisecond response time, it’s appropriate that the $359 MSI MPG Artymis 323CQR is named after the goddess of the hunt. Pair that with AMD’s FreeSync Premium technology and you’ve got buttery smooth image rendering which makes for a pretty picture and better accuracy depending on the genre of game you’re playing.
And if you’re looking for immersion, the 1000R curvature has you covered, ensuring you’re surrounded by the action. And if video editing is your thing, or you’re just very exacting about color accuracy, the monitor provides the ability to tweak the color. However, the lack of Nvidia G-Sync support might turn some gamers off. But the Artymis has earned its place on our
page. Those speedy rates means The Artymis is a wonderful excuse to ignore family and friends and game all day – I mean, get my work done. best gaming monitors
As I went to town in Call of Duty Modern Warfare II tracking down enemy targets, the curved monitor allowed me to enjoy a more immersive experience thanks to its 1000R curvature. With the ability to calibrate the color, I also found it to be very color accurate during video editing. This gave it well-rounded abilities when I wasn’t working my tail off gaming. Let’s dig deeper and see if the MSI MPG Artymis 323CQR is right for you, but, I bet it is.
MSI MPG Artymis 323CQR pricing and configuration
The MSI MPG Artymis 323CQR costs $359. For that price, you get a VESA-certified, 32-inch, 2560 x 1440-pixel panel with a 165Hz refresh rate with native
support and HDR 400 support.
FreeSync Premium MSI MPG Artymis 323CQR design
This MSI MPG Artymis 323CQR is 32 inches of curved black beauty. It features some tasteful customizable Mystic Light RGB lighting elements on the back and an easy-to-use joystick that gets you into the straightforward MSI On-Screen Display gaming app (more on that later) to choose the settings that suit your tastes. There’s also a built-in KVM switch that allows users to control multiple devices via one keyboard and mouse. The power button sits along the bottom of the screen.
The black plastic has a brushed metal aesthetic that gives the Artymis an eye-catching appearance from all angles. It only took a few minutes to get the frameless panel attached to its trapezoid metal stand. The stand features a very sturdy cable management port to thread all your cables through. With a tilt range of 5 to 20 degrees, three inches of height adjustments, and 30…