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How much lower can I expect FPS to go with a new monitor?

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I'm upgrading from a 1440x900 monitor to a 1920x1080 monitor.

I'm running a Sapphire HD 6850 right now and I've been getting great frames (30+) in all the graphic intensive games (Crysis, Dirt 3, BF: BC 2) that I play.

Will the frames drop a lot? Or will it barely even be noticeable?
post #2 of 9
Well I recently experienced the switch from 1680x1050 to 1920x1080 and on my video card at the time (GTX 275) the difference was usually to go from 4xAA to 2xAA. It's definitely worth it regardless of what settings you have to tweak afterwards.
post #3 of 9
There will be at least a 5-10FPS decrease in pretty much everything.
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The higher end games will need settings turned down. It will also be a lot harder to maintain 60fps. 1680x1050 is the sweet spot for these types of cards.
     
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Laaame. Hopefully it'll just be a matter of turning off AA/AF.
post #6 of 9
It will be absolutely dropped but may not be a lot, if you feel it drops and bothers you a lot, so just go for a better card that can meet your need. now 6950 is much cheaper than before so going for one is a good option for you.
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I just upgraded to this card not even a month ago, so I'm not going to be upgrading it for awhile now. I have yet to play games with it (got it today) as I have been busy, but I'm hoping it won't be that drastic.
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Lol, you're avatar just cracks me up. It kinda matches how u feel about ur new hardware. =D

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Haha, what? I don't think I exactly get what you're talking about.
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