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That is what I am leaning towards. I am thinking 24" is about the cut off for 1080P and 27" would be best at 1440P. I would be all for a 1440P monitor if I had say a GTX 1070, but not with a RX 480. I don't want to buy a 1440P monitor if I am going to run it at 1080P in half of my games. (Or have to crank the settings down) Seems counterproductive.
I can understand that. I ran the three 1440p monitors with two 780's.
Without a monitor mount, I'd suggest the 24 inch monitor, 27 if you had a mount.
The 1080p monitor will make it to where you wont have to really upgrade in the future, 27 inch monitor looks like it wold be too large for your desk without having a mount. 1440p would be good for the future but still too large for your desk without a mount
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For 1080p I prefer 24" or below.

Even when I did have my 27" it was a 1200p so a bit better ppi than 1080p 27".

It's honestly a matter of opinion as everyone views things differently.

I feel 27" and up is 1440p or higher domain for resolution for good ppi and clear image if you're not very far away.
Edited by rx7racer - 7/20/16 at 1:33pm
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This is what 27" 1920 x 1080 looks like


We have a new definition of exaggeration biggrin.gif
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