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MSI allegedly preparing armada of QD-OLED gaming monitors

A Twitter leak suggests MSI plans to release six QD-OLED monitors ranging from 144Hz to an incredible 360Hz refresh rate, and 27 inches to 49 inches in size.

MSI QD-OLED gaming monitor leak: several MSI monitors and a MSI gaming PC appear against a swirling, blue background.

MSI is allegedly planning to release six new QD-OLED monitors. According to a leak on Twitter, these MSI QD-OLED monitors range from 144Hz at the lowest end to an impressive 360Hz at the top. If true, this leak sheds light on what could be the first 360Hz QD-OLED monitors to hit the market, depending on when MSI plans to release them.

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The leaked models go from 27 inches at the smallest to a hefty 49 inches at the larger end, and consist of the following model numbers:

  • MPG 491CQP QD-OLED, DQHD/144
  • MPG 321UPX QD-OLED, UHD/240
  • MAG 321UPX QD-OLED, UHD/240
  • MPG 271QPX QD-OLED, QHD/360
  • MAG 271QPX QD-OLED, QHD/360

The leak is quite bare bones in terms of information, with no suggestion on what the price or release date of these monitors will be. But if the information it does provide is correct, it demonstrates an attempt from MSI to produce some of the best gaming monitors at the high end of the market.

These leaked details come courtesy of the usually-reliable Twitter leaker, chi11eddog, so we wouldn’t be surprised if these products are genuine. Of course, you’ll have to wait for an official word from MSI before we know for certain.

What is QD-OLED?

QD-OLED is a hybrid display technology that uses quantum dots to improve on the brightness and color of existing OLED tech, helping ensure the displays look great while also helping reduce the onset of burn in by allowing the OLED part of the display to run at a lower brightness.

Can’t wait for MSI’s QD-OLED monitors to hit the market? Check out our guide to the best gaming monitors available right now to upgrade your screen.

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