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40" 4k 144Hz is above normal wink.gif

(40" 4K HDR 4:4:4 144Hz)

amazing synergy. lachen.gif
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4k 24" FTW, gimme all those ppi. tongue.gif
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and how far would it be? theoretically your sitting distance from a desktop monitor as you game is only 2~3feet.
a hand-held tablet is usually held at a distance of 1~2feet (how long is your arm?), where as a phone is usually held at a distance of less than 1feet.

it was assumed that a human eye can barely discern pixels of 900PPI at 1feet away, which means the theoretical limit at 3feet is 300PPI.

Seating distance is different for everyone. I typically sit around 3ft, but at times it can be from 2ft to around 5. It just depends. I feel that having a PPI that will allow you to comfortably read and view things at various distances is what's really important. You also have to factor in how good your eyevision is. If you're nearsighted, then you'll have to sit closer than someone who is 20/20, who will be able to sit farther while seeing the same amount of detail.

A 27" 1080p can be a "retina" screen, you just have to adjust your seating distance while compensating for your eyevision.

For me, 55" 4K is sublime. It's definitely the most comfortable and immersive monitor I've ever used. You all can play with you're little 24" toys tongue.gif
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Is there a noticeable difference between 1440p and 4k while gaming on a 27-28 inch monitor?

Less aliasing? Other than that the display itself is the most important aspect of how good a picture looks. Personally I think it's diminishing returns unless you just like spending a tonne of GPUs.
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Seating distance is different for everyone. I typically sit around 3ft, but at times it can be from 2ft to around 5. It just depends. I feel that having a PPI that will allow you to comfortably read and view things at various distances is what's really important. You also have to factor in how good your eyevision is. If you're nearsighted, then you'll have to sit closer than someone who is 20/20, who will be able to sit farther while seeing the same amount of detail.

A 27" 1080p can be a "retina" screen, you just have to adjust your seating distance while compensating for your eyevision.

For me, 55" 4K is sublime. It's definitely the most comfortable and immersive monitor I've ever used. You all can play with you're little 24" toys tongue.gif

i'm not arguing as if its a standard, i'm just saying that the human eye isn't as weak as some people think.
furthermore, theres no one stopping people from rendering their image at 2x2 the scale on a higher PPI monitor, it would look much more crisp as theres 4times more detail.

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Less aliasing? Other than that the display itself is the most important aspect of how good a picture looks. Personally I think it's diminishing returns unless you just like spending a tonne of GPUs.
not just aliasing, the image can be rendered with roughly twice more details.
this is because the texture palettes that would be used is for 4K instead of 1440P.
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Mine 27" are floating in air 72 cm from my head.

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IPS 4K 144Hz with IPS G sync is probably very very far away,
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IPS 4K 144Hz with IPS G sync is probably very very far away,

Well, this *is* IPS 4K 144Hz, and I'm actually taking for granted it will have vrr.
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and how far would it be? theoretically your sitting distance from a desktop monitor as you game is only 2~3feet.
a hand-held tablet is usually held at a distance of 1~2feet, where as a phone is usually held at a distance of less than 1feet.

it was assumed that a human eye can barely discern pixels of 900PPI at 1feet away, which means the theoretical limit at 3feet is 300PPI.

According to the standard test everyone posts here for how much PPI you need at your sitting distance and monitor size, I need a bit above 16K resolution for my 40" monitor sitting barely 3 feet away. So scale that down to a 27" and I would still probably need more than 4K res frown.gif
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Why is it pointless? 4K gives a sharp image and 144Hz, even at very low fps, is far more fluid than 60Hz with the addition of less input delay and no tearing. It's a win win. People think you need high fps for 144Hz. This is simply not true. It's a myth, a lie, yet so many really believe it. Usually it's the people who don't own a 100/120/144Hz panel. As for 60Hz, anything below 60 fps really adds to the tearing, delay, motion blur and stuttering at this noticeably slower refresh cycle.

As someone who actually owns a 120-hertz monitor, this post could not be any less true. Even moving the mouse around the windows desktop is eerily smooth.
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