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Interesting to see, how no one cares about TN anymore. Drop in a high refresh rate, and everyone forgets about the low picture quality...
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post #22 of 155
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Quote:
Originally Posted by LocutusH View Post

Interesting to see, how no one cares about TN anymore. Drop in a high refresh rate, and everyone forgets about the low picture quality...

What's your point? Yes some people prefer high Hz to colour accuracy.
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post #23 of 155
You can always downsample use vsr if you want a higher pixel density. 1440p requires a ton more performance to push games forwards, i do agree that 27 inch is a bit to high for 1080p, but then again i need a 24 inch because my monitor is like a meter away from me.

To bad the monitors take a while to release tho.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by gatygun View Post

You can always downsample use vsr if you want a higher pixel density.

That doesn't change pixel density.
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FYI - AOC's 144hz 1ms TN 1080p had a price brake today in the USA:

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16824160227
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Originally Posted by ZealotKi11er View Post

120Hz 1440p is not easy to push. People that play 120Hz plus are probably CSS player and they dont care about 1440p

I have played a lot of modern games with a 290x at 1440p 100hz on my overclocked monitor, just turn off shadows and a few other settings usually. Not a big deal to me as I prefer the smoother frames.
    
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post #27 of 155
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Originally Posted by B!0HaZard View Post

That doesn't change pixel density.

True but the quality jumps up massively tho. Doing it currently with my 1080p screen. Looks far more sharper.
Edited by gatygun - 6/24/15 at 12:01pm
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I think this leads to that classic example of:

1. High Refresh Rate
2. High Resolution
3. Affordable Price Tag.

PICK TWO.
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post #29 of 155
When it comes to "Freesync", is there any sort of legal issues that could prevent nVidia from implementing it in future drivers? I know they have their own thing going but if they chose to enable it's function on their cards they would be free to do so since it is simply a Vesa standard kind of thing right. I really don't like the added cost of G-Sync monitors, even if they seem to perform better, but I don't think I would change video cards just for saving some money on monitors.

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True but the quality jumps up massively tho. Doing it currently with my 1080p screen. Looks far more sharper.

Consider yourself lucky. I have played around with DSR quite a bit and have yet to see it's usefulness for anything other than getting a ballpark idea of how my system does at higher resolutions. Maybe it's my low PPI 27" 1080p monitor that ruins it but aren't low ppi monitors kind of the reason for having such technology.
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i recently got an aoc 27" 1080p 60hz 2ms response to replace my broken 27.5 16:10 other wise same spec hanns-g monitor and im pritty happy with it, could imagine this new one is pritty epic, tn panels have great response times, 160fps... wonder what that looks like? headscratch.gif
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