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Performance Difference from 1440x900 to 1920x1080.

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Hey guys smile.gif.
I will be getting a 1080p ips monitor in 2-3 days and i wanted to ask how much of performance hit i would experience.

Right now i can run bf4 with 60-80 fps on ultra with my current hardware. How many fps will i lose?

i5 3570k
7950 sapphire 1180/1600
8gb ram 1866mhz
1440x900 hanns-g
windows 7 64 bit
Edited by SpirosRonto - 11/2/13 at 11:40am
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Hello, Im gaming at 1080p right now. Do you play Bf3/4 or any other games? I can play BF3 on ultra 60+fps no problem. You won't loose a thing. My Hd 7870 is at 1.1 ghz and my 3570k is at 3.4. Im maxing out all my games right now and being happy.
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So we're talking about 10-20 fps loss or less than that? I tried bf4 and could run it on ultra on flood zone with 60-80 fps.
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Yeah you can say that. but at 60 fps my games are so smooth i wont really notice a faster fps. biggrin.gif:rolleyes:
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With those specs you really never should have been on 1440x900 biggrin.gif

Enjoy the new monitor, you're going to like gaming x2 as much. You're lucky you have a beast of a machine before moving to 1080, with those specs you most likely won't even notice a drop in performance, and everything will look MUCH better. thumb.gif
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Originally Posted by LDV617 View Post

With those specs you really never should have been on 1440x900 biggrin.gif

Enjoy the new monitor, you're going to like gaming x2 as much. You're lucky you have a beast of a machine before moving to 1080, with those specs you most likely won't even notice a drop in performance, and everything will look MUCH better. thumb.gif

This. going ot play CSLGGo now;. Good luck.
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