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Hello overclock,
I am currently running a evga classified gtx590 with a dell u2410. In battlefield 3 on ultra with everything maxed I'm getting 60-80 frames on average, my question is this, how much of a frame drop should I expect from a monitor upgrade?(from 1920x1200 to 2560x1440)
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Eh, I can't really tell because I never played BF3 yet. But for an opinion, I believe around a 5 frame drop because a GTX 590 was designed to handle that kind of workload at that resolution.
    
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You'd be looking at pretty much this drop.
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