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I know that the smaller the Dot Pitch the better the picture, but can too small of a Dot Pitch make for a bad looking picture? what is the Dot Pitch sweetspot?

Im in the market for a monitor and i want the best looking 25 inch out there. so im looking at some 2500x1440s. Is that a good Dot Pitch or can i do better?
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Thats as high a resolution as your going to get at that size monitor.
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I don't believe a smaller dot pitch will ever give you a worse picture. Back in my CRT days we always bought monitors with the smallest dot pitch and the picture was always sharper.
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I think 2560x1440 on 27in monitors is the smallest dot pitch ive ever seen .23 if im correct most other resolutions seem to be .27. but smaller dot pitch will give sharper image but smaller text.
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Originally Posted by jcrew3002 View Post
I know that the smaller the Dot Pitch the better the picture, but can too small of a Dot Pitch make for a bad looking picture? what is the Dot Pitch sweetspot?
There is no real "sweetspot." The smaller the dot pitch the sharper the image.

Also, what 25" monitors are you looking at that support 1440p?
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