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Originally Posted by Arizonian View Post

You'll be glad to know in Neverwinter the ocassional horizontal line happens to my 1440p monitor too. It's a game issue not monitor issue.

Edit: I'm curious why it's happening in the other games as I don't play them to confirm if it's happening there. I have my monitor refresh rate set at 80 Hz. Wondering if it has anything to do with a refresh rates that's too high for us?

but like i said enabling vync resolves the horizontal lines - a single 670 will run max settings for never winter @ 1440p just sits there at 60fps except in the merchant areas where there is alot of people. Then I seen it drop to low 40's.
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Um, what? 2560 x 1440 has more pixels than lower resolutions. The advantage is therefore that you have more pixels and therefore a more detailed image...

Downsampling DOES NOT add any more detail to the image, it just attempts to get rid of some artifacts like aliasing. The amount of detail is still the same, since you still only have 1920 x 1080 pixels to work with (or whatever your res is).
It's game dependent thing, actually.
Check the grass.

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Originally Posted by Nikola-Tesla View Post

It's game dependent thing, actually.
Check the grass.

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But that isn't downsampling then, it's running it at higher resolution, where of course you'll see greater detail. His point was that at lower resolutions with it downsampled, you won't magically be getting any extra detail out of the same number of pixels displayed (1920x1080).
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But that isn't downsampling then, it's running it at higher resolution, where of course you'll see greater detail. His point was that at lower resolutions with it downsampled, you won't magically be getting any extra detail out of the same number of pixels displayed (1920x1080).

^This.

If you have a 1080p monitor, you still only have ~2 million pixels. With a 2560 display, you have almost 3.7 million pixels. Downsampling does nothing to change this.
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But that isn't downsampling then, it's running it at higher resolution, where of course you'll see greater detail. His point was that at lower resolutions with it downsampled, you won't magically be getting any extra detail out of the same number of pixels displayed (1920x1080).
I assure you that I can see this extra grass when downsampling from 4K to 2.5K.
Level of detail like grass density must be resolution based (in this particular case ofc), so with this extra grass it's rendered & resized vs not rendered at all.

xRay engine magic :}
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You have been added to the list my friend
PM me the link to your proof pic. I think I remember there was an issue with your pic. Anyways I apologize if I missed it but feel free to re-post it or PM me the link and I will add you to the list.
Ah ok.


It's a Qnix QX2710 BTW.
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Originally Posted by Nikola-Tesla View Post

I assure you that I can see this extra grass when downsampling from 4K to 2.5K.
Level of detail like grass density must be resolution based (in this particular case ofc), so with this extra grass it's rendered & resized vs not rendered at all.

xRay engine magic :}

I wasn't talking about detail ingame though, I was talking about actual physical detail on your screen, assuming the game has the same settings. Are you saying that the higher game resolution somehow forces higher res textures or models or something? That doesn't make sense; usually those settings are separate.
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What mount do you guys suggest for 2 27" catleaps? I want 1landscape and 1in portrait mode. Should I get 1 that holds 2 monitors, or buy 2 1 monitor mounts?
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What mount do you guys suggest for 2 27" catleaps? I want 1landscape and 1in portrait mode. Should I get 1 that holds 2 monitors, or buy 2 1 monitor mounts?

I like the flexibility and peace of mind of two individual mounts. One mount for two decent size monitors I bet is fine but it can restrict the posititoning and just put unneeded stress at one point of a desk or wall stud.

I'd go Ergotron for cheap buy-ins, I have three and they're great to work with. The Korean 27"s are light-moderate weight so you can get away with slimmer monitor arms that are priced even lower.
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I really like my monitor but I really miss NVIDIA 3D vision. Wonder if I could ever find a trade. When will 120 hz 1440's be out (without oc )frown.gif.
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