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What is the difference between 16x9 and 4x3 Gtx 570 display settings?

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I have a gtx 570 and I know 1080p is full hd, but which setting is better for a full hd monitor 16x9 or 4x3. May someone please explain.
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16x9 is widescreen, 4x3 is standard (like an old CRT).
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Yep, you want 16x9.
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That's just your aspect ratio. If you've got a widescreen monitor (which I assume you do since you're gaming @ 1080p) you want 16:9, or sometimes 16:10 if you're at like 1920x1200. 4:3 is like old CRT stuff. You won't see many monitors using that aspect ratio today unless it's like a very early LCD or something.
    
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