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post #11 of 67
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Originally Posted by Falkentyne View Post

As the guy above me said-it's habit.
Tell me exactly, what is the difference between 1920x1440, 1440x1080 and 1024x768 and 1280x960?

They're the exact same aspect ratio!
THEY ARE THE EXACT SAME!
Except 1920x1440 looks a HELL OF A LOT BETTER than a stretched to oblivion 1024x768 on a 2560x1440p monitor or a postage stamp sized centered 1:1 1024x768.

Same goes for 1440x1080 on a 1920x1080 monitor.

I don't even think you have tried those resolutions.
You're just sprouting safe, convenient stuff to avoid leaving your comfort zone.

Please stop living in the past and embrace what is BETTER and nicer looking!

I've played this game for a combined 10 years (1.6, css, csgo) I've been through every single setting in the game and I still feel 1024 suits me the best. Maybe it's habit maybe it isn't, but I like the feel of a smaller, faster paced world where stuff are bigger and the FOV is smaller, so I can easier focus on my aim instead of having this huge world around me, specially with a 24" monitor.

I did play with 1600x900 for a long time though, but still whenever I change to 1024 it just feels right. I can use 1280x960 aswell and it would feel the same, I still prefer 1024 for the crosshair.

But I can't play and feel competitively comfortable with 1080, maybe if I forced myself.

Difference is hard to explain, game just feels easier to play with the smaller screen, as for stretched, it makes everything fast paced, and for me mostly feel much better in moving my mouse around compared to 1080.

In the end it's all preference.
post #12 of 67
It really depends, some time ago I tried 1024 and felt nothing, then after 6months and some tweaks (or I switched to w10) here and there the difference is huge with 1920, so dont throw such big words about heads of people.
post #13 of 67
quick question: i play 1024bb because i cant stand the extra fov of 16:9, is there a way to create a custom 1024x768 resolution @144hz so display does the scaling instead of gpu with ToastyX CRU?? I dont want streched and I know i can do it @120hz. I remember there was a "perform scaling on display" option on nvidia panel but now its gone..
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post #14 of 67
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quick question: i play 1024bb because i cant stand the extra fov of 16:9, is there a way to create a custom 1024x768 resolution @144hz so display does the scaling instead of gpu with ToastyX CRU?? I dont want streched and I know i can do it @120hz. I remember there was a "perform scaling on display" option on nvidia panel but now its gone..

If it's just the extra fov you don't like you can try 1440x1080 with no scaling. I use 1024x768 or 800x600 for the same reason as atarii, I like how the crosshair looks.
post #15 of 67
How to re-enable Display scaling in NVIDIA on win10:
http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=592511209
post #16 of 67
So I've been testing everything for a while, as I've mentioned before, I've been having input lag/slight vsync feeling for months and I've nearly replaced every part of my PC and nothing changed.

So with this display/no scaling/120hz it didn't fix any of my problems, even with the DA instead of 3310 and I didn't expect it to cuz I might have different problems.

However I noticed that 120 felt much worse than 144, maybe not much but I can definitely notice the downgrade and overall I don't feel like I'm at 120hz, I don't remember it being like that in the past, could my monitor be broken and causing the lag? Specially 60hz feels like complete vsync with 0.5 delay after each swipe with the mouse.

How to test this? Honestly I wish whatever is causing me problems just dies/goes black screen so I can know what is going on, this half working half broken is getting on my nerves.
post #17 of 67
I don't know why and noone has been able to find a objective reason for it, but me and so many others always felt lower resolutions seem to feel "smoother" when landing consecutive headshots or doing bursts.

This also seems to apply to other games such as BF4, though in BF4 if I could maintain 120fps constant, I'd go with 1080p, the game is easy enough aiming wise and the ability to spot enemies better with a clearer image would outweigh the benefits of the lower resolution in this game.

I barely play CSGO nowadays, but I actually always went with a custom resolution of 960x540 or 1024x640 (I think, latter could be wrong), basically a widescreen variant of 800x600.

But I used to add them to the .inf file BEFORE installing the drivers, rather then through the tool in the drivers.
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post #18 of 67
Personally i feel like Display/No scaling/120hz is laggier than gpu-scaling idk why, probably because missing that extra 24hz.
post #19 of 67
Upon reading this thread I switched to 1280x960 in CSGO just to give it a try. Everything felt heavier. Controlling the recoil of the rifles was difficult, it felt like there was a drag like the crosshair was delayed or something.

I'm gonna keep using 1024x768 on 76hz.
post #20 of 67
Most likely because the refresh rate dropped to 60hz @ 1280x960.
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