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GTX 560 TI with korea monitor

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hello ! I am using on my pc a gtx 560 ti from msi.
For me this graphiccard is enough so I can play for example bf3 on high settings with about 60 FPS on 1080p. Now I am thinking about a Korea Monitor with 1440p but I really dont know if it makes sense for me to spend money on a 1440p monitor with this older graphiccard. Is this maybe such a big difference between 1080p and 1440p ( fps wise) ?
Anyways I cant afford a new graphic card smile.gif Thats why I need your opinions..

Greetings from germany thumb.gif
post #2 of 5
Your FPS may be cut in half if you switch to 1440p if you are currently getting 60fps @ high settings on BF3. Remember, you still need the GPU power to power the extra pixels in the 1440p screen than the 1080p.

If you cant afford a new GPU; then you may need to lower your settings to Medium or something, no AA.
post #3 of 5
Welcome to OCN.

The 560 Ti is an old card. I would at least upgrade the GPU before moving to 1440p.
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Thread Starter 
I currently cant afford a new graphics card but I need a new monitor anyways.
My goal is to play current games in medium settings with this monitor until next year.
I don't know if it is better to buy a new monitor with only 1080p for my gtx 560 ti ( until I buy a new graphics card) or I should think of buying right away one of the korea monitors where I would have maybe problems with current/ new games:rolleyes:
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Originally Posted by moexe View Post

I currently cant afford a new graphics card but I need a new monitor anyways.
My goal is to play current games in medium settings with this monitor until next year.
I don't know if it is better to buy a new monitor with only 1080p for my gtx 560 ti ( until I buy a new graphics card) or I should think of buying right away one of the korea monitors where I would have maybe problems with current/ new games:rolleyes:

Running a 560ti on 1440p on newer games will force you to play at lower/medium settings if you have a single 560ti. You can get a 1440p no problem, you just need to lower the settings so you can still maintain your optimal 60 fps.

Its really up to you.... A korean 1440p monitor will cost you anywhere between 250-500, you dont even have 200 dollars or 250 to get yourself a 7950? Or even a 660, 670?

A decent graphics card for around the same price of a korean 1440p monitor will get you better framerates than the 560ti considering Kepler was a big step forward from Fermi in terms of gaming.
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