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Originally Posted by danjal View Post

so less and larger pixels per square inch on the 32" 1440p monitor is the same ,as more and smaller pixels on a 27" 1440p monitor?


explain please.

the resolution is the same, pixels are the same, in your case from you pov you see that amount of pixels stretched to a bigger surface like 32", from his point of view, he'll see the same exact amount of pixel on his monitor, doesn't matter the monitor you have as it only outputs for you to see, the data output hence is the same, and from a screenshot it wouldn't matter
post #192 of 230
An internal screenshot saves what the graphics card puts out before it ever reaches the monitor. Whether the pixel is small or large, it's the same signal being sent to the monitor, thus the same image is saved.

To make it even more straightforward... If you take a 1080p screenshot on a 21:9 1440p screen with the exact same hardware, it will be saved in exactly the same way as taking a 1080p screenshot on a 1080p screen, no matter how stretched or blurry it looks on the 21:9 screen.

The monitor/screen does not change a screenshot. The resolution on the other hand changes the amount of pixels, which changes the image.
post #193 of 230
So assuming you play on a 32" QHD and someone who plays on a 27" QHD take a screenshot, it's the exact same, the difference is just the output and the PPI you both see, as he'll surely have a higher amount of PPI (because the same amount of pixels are adapted to a smaller surface)

Most people don't know that buying bigger monitors with the same resolution is just worse, as you'll lose PPI hence quality
Edited by oxidized - 7/27/16 at 11:29am
post #194 of 230
ok , i understand that now, good expalnation, and thanks guys.. I always thought the screen shot was a direct render of what I was seeing.
post #195 of 230
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ok , i understand that now, good expalnation, and thanks guys.. I always thought the screen shot was a direct render of what I was seeing.

No problem thumb.gif
post #196 of 230
If monitors influenced screenshots things would be a LOT more complicated to compare image quality.

It's also better to save them as a lossless image. PNG is usually the best quality/size ratio since it's lossless and significantly smaller than BMP files.
post #197 of 230
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Originally Posted by NightAntilli View Post

If monitors influenced screenshots things would be a LOT more complicated to compare image quality.

It's also better to save them as a lossless image. PNG is usually the best quality/size ratio since it's lossless and significantly smaller than BMP files.

and if possible paste it into something like photoshop if you have it, paint uses a weird compression, that ruins everything
post #198 of 230
So, regarding the 480 vs 1060 on dx12 titles, do we have any overclocking comparisons? Basically, the 1060 overclocks more than the 480, in terms of percentages of improvement). Generally speaking, the 480 does better in dx12 games. My question is, does the 1060 overclocked do better
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I never hear of anyone that actually plays Ashes.. Who cares how it performs?

It is a sad combination of it being part of a genre PC gamers of today can not understand and the Crysis 1 effect (when a good game is downgraded to simple benchmark status).
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So, regarding the 480 vs 1060 on dx12 titles, do we have any overclocking comparisons? Basically, the 1060 overclocks more than the 480, in terms of percentages of improvement). Generally speaking, the 480 does better in dx12 games. My question is, does the 1060 overclocked do better


that would need another comparison.. my 480 with a heatpipe cooler and fan shroud and fans off an old hd7870 runs 1400/2200.. So it would have to be an overclock per overclock comparison.. Then it would have to be a stable overclock for the comparison... I can and have ran my 480 at 1400/2200 gaming in short sessions, but I dont think it would run continuous like that, though it might.. I can run it at 1350/2200 for hours. I think 1400 is about the 480's limit without voltage mods..
If my 1070 is any reflection of how a 1060 might overclock, I can reliably game at 2050/2200 with my 1070, and heat is not an issue with the 1070, its around 65c.
Edited by danjal - 7/27/16 at 12:00pm
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