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Guys would LED monitor look good on all resolutions or only its native
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Native only... although if you keep the same aspect ratio, it's better. Unless on a QHD monitor, you go HD (720p) then you're effectively 1/2 the pixels, so 4 pixels for every 1 pixel.
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Yup Achu is pretty much right, ideally you want the native resolution. Otherwise you get some stretching and blurring. This severity of this effect also depends on the physical size of the monitor
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