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3dMark11 anomaly - better results on 1280x720 display

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I've tried various scaling options on the samsung (none stick btw). I've also tried running the desktop at 1280x720 with scaling, yet 3dmark11 defaults to no scaling and 1:1 pixel mapping on the monitor. Given this, there should be no difference in results. But...

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That makes sense, since the first res has higher pixel amount - 1,764,000 vs 921,600 pixels..
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