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Hi I am new here and this forum is very good I like it thumb.gif

My question is which picture is better 1600 x 1200 or 1920 x 1080 Full HD ?

Now I have this monitor:
http://www.pcplanetsystems.com/abc/product_details.php?item_id=1654


And I`m looking this new monitor:
http://www.samsung.com/au/consumer/pc-peripherals/monitor/archive/LS22LRZKUV/XY

Which is better.... and why?


And I'm waiting this card:
http://www.asus.com/Graphics_Cards/HD7850DC2T2GD5V2/


Can I play Crysis 3 on Full settings on 1080p?
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your current monitor has 1,920,000 pixels

 

a 1080p monitor has 2,073,600 pixels (about 10% more pixels)

 

a 7850 can't MAX crysis 3, you should stretch for a 7870, it'll benefit you in the long run.  You will at least be able to play with med-high graphics and FXAA enabled.

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1920x1080 because it is 16:9. The 1600x1200 monitor is 4:3. This is why you should go for the 1080p monitor over the 1600x1200 one




(ignore the 16:10 one)

As for the GPU, it probably isn't powerful enough to max out Crysis 3 at 1600x1200 or 1920x1080 but it should at least play it on medium or high. It also depends on what CPU you have.
    
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Thanks for fast reply...

Crysis 3 I cant play even on 1600 x 1200 Full settings?

And this card is overclocker is any difference?


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That Card should play Crysis 3 well but not Maxed out. OC it and it will make huge difference.
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Crysis 3 has unusually high demands at full settings, considerably more demanding than most other titles. I think you're going to want at least a 7870 to max it at 1600x1200. You're only 10% less than full HD right now.

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And if I OC 7850... will be huge difference? but not enough for max settings?


But 7870 OC on 1080p and full settings will be running?
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Originally Posted by andrews2547 View Post

1920x1080 because it is 16:9. The 1600x1200 monitor is 4:3. This is why you should go for the 1080p monitor over the 1600x1200 one




(ignore the 16:10 one)

As for the GPU, it probably isn't powerful enough to max out Crysis 3 at 1600x1200 or 1920x1080 but it should at least play it on medium or high. It also depends on what CPU you have.

That graphic is not really fair. It's saying that 1920x1080 has the most vertical (tied) and horizontal screen real estate out of all 3, which is flat out not true. The only way that graphic would work is if you were comparing a 1920x1080 monitor with a 1728x1080 (16:10) and a 1440x1080 (4:3).

Compared to a 1920x1080 monitor, a 1600x1200 monitor will show more vertical space, but less horizontal space. A 1920x1200 monitor, on the other hand (the 16:10) will show just as much horizontal space, and more vertical space.

My vote is on the 16:10. Find a nice cheap 1920x1200 LCD monitor. I wouldn't go back to 16:9 for anything, the tiny bit of extra vertical space makes a world of difference.
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And if I OC 7850... will be huge difference? but not enough for max settings?
But 7870 OC on 1080p and full settings will be running?

You have to remember that even a single 7970 with maxed out settings in Crysis 3 at 1920x1080 only gets about 42 FPS. You're won't exactly be breathing fire with a 7870 or 7850. The 7850 isn't even on the chart, suffice to say it's going to do about 20-24 FPS with the same settings as used in the comparison.

Check this link out: http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/crysis-3-performance-benchmark-gaming,3451-6.html

"Maxed" settings in Crysis 3 is overrated anyhow. You can drop the MSAA and lower the AF a little bit and double your frame rates with everything else being equal.


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Originally Posted by DrBrogbo View Post

That graphic is not really fair. It's saying that 1920x1080 has the most vertical (tied) and horizontal screen real estate out of all 3, which is flat out not true. The only way that graphic would work is if you were comparing a 1920x1080 monitor with a 1728x1080 (16:10) and a 1440x1080 (4:3).

Compared to a 1920x1080 monitor, a 1600x1200 monitor will show more vertical space, but less horizontal space. A 1920x1200 monitor, on the other hand (the 16:10) will show just as much horizontal space, and more vertical space.

My vote is on the 16:10. Find a nice cheap 1920x1200 LCD monitor. I wouldn't go back to 16:9 for anything, the tiny bit of extra vertical space makes a world of difference.


Which monitor you have now? 16:10 I think smile.gif

Yes I know only for that I have 1600 x 1200 is picture 4:3 but in games have many movies 16:9 picture....
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