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martin.buhrTopic starter

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Image ghosting with Optix MAG321CQR
« on: 22-May-19, 18:18:33 »

I'm getting image ghosting (primarily with shadows) with my new Optix MAG321CQR. I'm using with GSync together with a EVGA NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti FTW3 DT GAMING 11GB GDDR5X graphics card. The two titles I run most often are War Thunder and Escape from Tarkov. Could this be a settings issue?
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Re: Image ghosting with Optix MAG321CQR
« Reply #1 on: 22-May-19, 22:00:21 »

1. For this symptom, please don't use GSYNC compatible.
MSI monitors are not on NVIDIA list of GSYNC compatible.
https://www.nvidia.com/en-us/geforce/products/g-sync-monitors/specs/

2.Please press navi key at back side for open OSD menu and check firmware version FWv0xx.
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Re: Image ghosting with Optix MAG321CQR
« Reply #2 on: 23-May-19, 13:05:05 »

Note that other users are having this issue, even with g-sync disabled: https://forum-en.msi.com/index.php?topic=319537.0
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Re: Image ghosting with Optix MAG321CQR
« Reply #3 on: 12-July-19, 02:14:08 »

Hello,

I have the exact same issue with a GTX970(no GSync), the firmware version of my Monitor is FW.006
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Re: Image ghosting with Optix MAG321CQR
« Reply #4 on: 14-July-19, 20:33:22 »

Please refer manual on page 2-5 for setting some value as below:
Game mode: User
Response Time: Normal
Anti Motion blur: OFF
Zero Latency: OFF
FreeSync: OFF
Pro Mode: User
HDCR: OFF
https://www.msi.com/Monitor/support/Optix-MAG321CQR#down-manual
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Re: Image ghosting with Optix MAG321CQR
« Reply #5 on: 24-July-19, 06:36:09 »

Hello

I also have this problem, everything is turned off like in the post mentioned. No Freesync/G-sync activated. I am on FW .006. 

I also find it funny that they market the display like its 300cdm but its in fact 250.

Thinking of returning it if we get no help with the ghosting-problem.
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Re: Image ghosting with Optix MAG321CQR
« Reply #6 on: 24-July-19, 20:10:33 »

Please refer manual on page 2-5 for setting some value as below:
Game mode: User
Response Time: Normal
Anti Motion blur: OFF
Zero Latency: OFF
FreeSync: OFF
Pro Mode: User
HDCR: OFF
https://www.msi.com/Monitor/support/Optix-MAG321CQR#down-manual
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Re: Image ghosting with Optix MAG321CQR
« Reply #7 on: 25-July-19, 06:33:41 »

As I told you I have aldready tried those settings. There is still heavy ghosting.
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Re: Image ghosting with Optix MAG321CQR
« Reply #8 on: 25-July-19, 19:59:37 »

1.Please help provide some picture for this symptom.
2.Please press Navi key at back sede and it will be showed OSD menu.
Please check FW.0xx at bootom right corner on OSD menu.
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Re: Image ghosting with Optix MAG321CQR
« Reply #9 on: 30-July-19, 07:32:43 »

I've had exactly the same issue, this monitor is utterly shocking and not worth the price.... 

Its been nothing but ball ache since i purchased it and the quality and features are rubbish.  

My OSD doesn't work properly and the support from MSI is shocking, I had an issue with enabling freesync and it would cause my screen to brightness to rapidly flicker ... the advice from MSI ..... turn off free sync....

And when you add this crappy image quality on top of the flickering and random OSD and screen freezing issues its not wonder large retailers are trying to flog these things off super cheap and discontinuing this over priced lump of S##t. 

They send the reviewers golden samples and then use cheaper panels and cut corners ... MSI need to sort their quality control and customer service. 

Having some spoon on the forum repeat them selves over and over isn't good enough. 

Would be good to see who else is having these issues
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Re: Image ghosting with Optix MAG321CQR
« Reply #10 on: 30-July-19, 07:41:01 »

 I returned my monitor, had the same issues that you are describing. Only yesterday they released a new monitor called MAG322CQR.

It now has a feature called night vision and it has a curvature of 1500R instead of 1800R like the “old” 321CQR had

I guess they to some extent acknowledge that the 321CQR is a fail since it hasn’t been out a long time on market.
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Re: Image ghosting with Optix MAG321CQR
« Reply #11 on: 31-July-19, 17:49:15 »

I have an Gigabyte 1080 and the MAG341CQ and its working fine with G-Sync they're all on the approved list these days 

https://www.mwave.com.au/blog/2019/1/29/msi-optix-monitors-are-now-nvidia-g-sync-compatible

heres my settings which reduced alot of blur and a green tinge in games like BF V etc.

On the Monitor Settings)
Menu > Image :
Gamma 2.2
Color Temp > Customization > R 52 G 48 B44
Contrast 48
Brightness 90

Menu > Game
Mode  User
DCR Off
Freesync On
Aspect Ratio 21.9
Crosshair Off
Response Time On

Nvidia Settings 
G-Sync On
Digital Vibrance 58%

Also when In any game turn off G-Sync (in game settings) as Freesync takes over
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