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Originally Posted by Marc-Olivier Beaudoin;12243759 
tow of them are 1024x578

and the first one is 1024x640... get a real screen cap with 1920x1200 And I will tell you wich one it is ...

It's photobucket... what do you expect?

Even if the picture is resize can't you tell the difference? I mean the details of the 1080p should be there compare to a 720p right? Oh btw one of the screen shot is a on a non native resolution! so even if the picture is resize the texture and details should be there....
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Use imageshack.

What exactly is your point darookie? confused.gif
    
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Originally Posted by DaRookie;12243783 
It's photobucket... what do you expect?

Even if the picture is resize can't you tell the difference? I mean the details of the 1080p should be there compare to a 720p right? Oh btw one of the screen shot is a on a non native resolution! so even if the picture is resize the texture and details should be there....

the point of having more resolution ... IS HAVING MORE RESOLUTION !!!! so if you downscale everything to the same resolution there will be no diference ....

it's like saying yeah a 480p and a 720p video on youtube is the same quality when it is not full screen ...
    
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Well he basically killed the high texture argument for higher resolutions. You really don't need a high resolution for gaming at all in truth. With most games you can just change the fov a bit to fine tune the overall look at 1360x768. Also I can see a lot better on a bigger monitor at 1360x768. I find headshots are much easier and automatic as well. Plus games are smooth as butter when using lower resolution, so the graphics card doesn't get too stressed in more demanding games.
    
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Ladies, this is just a game. I own a 32" 720p, a 24" LCD 1920x1200, and a 21.5" 1080p. I just wanted you guys to see what I see and what's the difference b/w each monitor. So take your best shot at it.

Crysis @ 1360x768 (native) , 1920x1080 (non native), 1920x1200 (Native), 8x AA, Very High Settings.

Okay, forget the guessing game. I can't remove ImageShack title bar, it has the resolutions size on it.

24" Samsung SyncMaster LCD 1920x1200 Native
pix3.jpg

32" HDTV 720p 1920x1080 non native
pix2v.jpg

32" HDTV 720p 1360x768 Native
pix1r.jpg
Edited by DaRookie - 2/3/11 at 4:32am
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Originally Posted by DaRookie;12244159 
Ladies, this is just a game. I own a 32" 720p, a 24" LCD 1920x1200, and a 21.5" 1080p. I just wanted you guys to see what I see and what's the difference b/w each monitor. So take your best shot at it.

Crysis @ 1360x768 (native) , 1920x1080 (non native), 1920x1200 (Native), 8x AA, Very High Settings.

If you weren't a retard you would realize we CAN'T SEE WHAT YOU SEE! We see the same thing because you took a screenshot of A GAME IN WINDOWS, NOT A PICTURE OF WHAT YOU SEE ON THE SCREEN.

You made a copy of SOFTWARE OUTPUT, not the SCREEN output. The only difference among those images is settings in the game(and rendering techniques between AMD and NVIDIA). And we can see that for ourselves by changing it on our own computer.

I could smash my monitor, take a screenshot and you would see nothing but my desktop because the monitor has no effect on the software output besides resolution and refresh rate.

So about that best shot...
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Originally Posted by trinstac;12244201 
If you weren't a retard you would realize we CAN'T SEE WHAT YOU SEE! We see the same thing because you took a screenshot of A GAME IN WINDOWS, NOT A PICTURE OF WHAT YOU SEE ON THE SCREEN.

You made a copy of SOFTWARE OUTPUT, not the SCREEN output. The only difference among those images is settings in the game(and rendering techniques between AMD and NVIDIA). And we can see that for ourselves by changing it on our own computer.

I could smash my monitor, take a screenshot and you would see nothing but my desktop because the monitor has no effect on the software output besides resolution and refresh rate.

So about that best shot...

lol, i made this mistake once, i told ebuyer i would send them a screen shot of artefacting, but then realised it was what it was outputting was brokennn not what it was being told to display. OOPS
     
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Originally Posted by trinstac;12244201 
If you weren't a retard you would realize we CAN'T SEE WHAT YOU SEE! We see the same thing because you took a screenshot of A GAME IN WINDOWS, NOT A PICTURE OF WHAT YOU SEE ON THE SCREEN.

You made a copy of SOFTWARE OUTPUT, not the SCREEN output. The only difference among those images is settings in the game(and rendering techniques between AMD and NVIDIA). And we can see that for ourselves by changing it on our own computer.

I could smash my monitor, take a screenshot and you would see nothing but my desktop because the monitor has no effect on the software output besides resolution and refresh rate.

So about that best shot...

First of all you're the retard moron. Learn to read! I said this is a game for god sake. Secondly it doesn't matter if you can see what I see. Everyone will have a different opinion on the screen shot regardless of software output. Beauty is in the eyes of the beholder dumbass!

Secondly, do you own a 32" 720p, 24" LCD 1920x1200, and a 21.5 1080p? if no, then ****. What I see on screen is the same as my screen shot. Almost every picture comparison b/w picture quality, resolutions, refresh rates, etc... are done by screen shots. What makes my screen shots comparison different from the rest? Nothing. Before you speak take that dildo out your ass. Thanks.
Edited by DaRookie - 2/3/11 at 3:54am
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First of all you're the retard moron. Learn to read! I said this is a game for god sake. Secondly it doesn't matter if you can see what I see. Everyone will have a different opinion on the screen shot regardless of software output. Beauty is in the eyes of the beholder dumbass!

Secondly, do you own a 32" 720p, 24" LCD 1920x1200, and a 21.5 1080p? if not ****. What I see on screen is the same as my screen shot. Almost every picture comparison b/w picture quality, resolutions, refresh rates, etc... are done by screen shots. What makes my screen shots comparison different from the rest? Nothing. Before you speak take that dildo out your ass. Thanks.

it does matter a bit, as its only a screenshot of certain settings at a certain resoloution, if somebody viewed it on a monitor that has really high contrast, it would be different from what you see. etc etc. and the bigger the screen, the bigger the res you want, otherwise things end up a bit fuzzy. a 1080 32" tv will look better than a 32" 720 tv in terms of clarity, though that also depends on the quality of screen. it also depends on the size of the image in front of you, i could view the full 1080 image as a small box and the 720 in the same size box, they would look the same until made bigger. as a test, go into like paint or soemthing and zoom into each image. you will have to zoom further on the 1080 to get the same amount of pixelisation
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it does matter a bit, as its only a screenshot of certain settings at a certain resoloution, if somebody viewed it on a monitor that has really high contrast, it would be different from what you see. etc etc. and the bigger the screen, the bigger the res you want, otherwise things end up a bit fuzzy. a 1080 32" tv will look better than a 32" 720 tv in terms of clarity, though that also depends on the quality of screen

Yes, I understand. I only wanted to play a game. Guess which resolution is which. It's that simple. Then they can compare it and decipher it to whateva they want. It was a simple game to begin with it.
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