As it seems now, we land with a final grade of 7, for a card that in isolation performs well with good material selection and design, but which just lands at a price where you can still find other cards that make it a tooth better for the same price.
We previously reviewed the MSI MPG27C late last year, and the MPG27CQ takes everything that made the previous monitor great and adds in the 1440p resolution that was the only thing we suggested could be improved upon.
Finally, I really like this motherboard. I like the way it looks. I like its over the top nature. Obviously, its price/performance ratio is horrendous. That alone will take it out of the running for most people reading this review.