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Your thought on keeping the card and getting a new monitor now and upgrading your card in the summer is the way to go.

After the rush to the 570/580's, and the 6950/6970's is over and the next gen cards start rolling out the prices will drop a little. Grab the sweetest monitor you can afford and sit tight.
Its very tempting, just wanna know if my 5850 can pull the 1920x1080 resolution. Would suck if i go for a new screen and have low fps due to the card
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Sorry I`ve been really vage on the whole, "can a 5850 run 1080p well question" but yes it can.

I owned a great 5850 like yours which I also ran @ 950MHz/1200 mem at 1.162vcore ( it would do 1GHz but needed 1.225v so not worth the increase in my opinnion as 950 using 1.162 was SWEET) and it would sit around 45fps on crysis if I recall, 1080p, with 2 or 4xAA cant remember exactly.

It really is a great card. I just decided to get the 460s for a change and my friend now has my 5850, It would have cost me similar money to get another 5850 the way I had it worked out, so just sold it and bought 2 460s.

So get yourself a nice new monitor, crank it up, and wait till the prices come way down then grab another when you can afford it.

You dont actually need much AA when using 1080p since the resolution is much higher the jaggies are much less apparent.

Then when you get the next card in the future, your going to be able to max all the settings for a few years yet
    
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Sorry I`ve been really vage on the whole, "can a 5850 run 1080p well question" but yes it can.

I owned a great 5850 like yours which I also ran @ 950MHz/1200 mem at 1.162vcore ( it would do 1GHz but needed 1.225v so not worth the increase in my opinnion as 950 using 1.162 was SWEET) and it would sit around 45fps on crysis if I recall, 1080p, with 2 or 4xAA cant remember exactly.

It really is a great card. I just decided to get the 460s for a change and my friend now has my 5850, It would have cost me similar money to get another 5850 the way I had it worked out, so just sold it and bought 2 460s.

So get yourself a nice new monitor, crank it up, and wait till the prices come way down then grab another when you can afford it.

Thanks, by looking at all the answers. My 5850 should be able to run most of the games out now days on 1920x1080 smooth, maybe with lowering/disabling AA or AF.

You dont actually need much AA when using 1080p since the resolution is much higher the jaggies are much less apparent.

Then when you get the next card in the future, your going to be able to max all the settings for a few years yet
Thanks! most people telling me to stick with my 5850 for now.
I have been looking into monitors and now the question is, 24 or 27 inch?

I am planning on running 1920x1080 resolution and i sit about 1meter away from my current 21,9 inch screen. My budget is around 270$
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I'd stay with 24". I found my 26" was just a little too big, especially at that resolution.
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I'll throw in my on that you will be fine with a 5850 @ 1920 X 1080. Might have to loosen up the AA on a title or two to keep the min. FPS up but it isn't a bad setup at all.

24" is about perfect IMO.
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Well, here are your options regarding upgrades:

Pay $265 for a Radeon HD 6950 and sell Radeon HD 5850 for $150; enjoy a card that's 30% faster than current. So, $115 buys you 30% more performance.

Pay $80 for an Antec TruePower New 650W. Keep Radeon HD 5850. Buy another Radeon HD 5850 for $150 (used) or $185 (new); enjoy 75% faster performance plus having a better PSU. Sell your current ThermalTake PSU for $50. So, $215 buys you 75% higher performance.

Your call, but I'd go for option 2.
    
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I'd stay with 24". I found my 26" was just a little too big, especially at that resolution.
I had that feeling on forehand too. Just feels a little too big to be sitting only 1m away from.

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I'll throw in my on that you will be fine with a 5850 @ 1920 X 1080. Might have to loosen up the AA on a title or two to keep the min. FPS up but it isn't a bad setup at all.

24" is about perfect IMO.
Loosen AA / AF a little in some games is fine. Thanks

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Well, here are your options regarding upgrades:

Pay $265 for a Radeon HD 6950 and sell Radeon HD 5850 for $150; enjoy a card that's 30% faster than current. So, $115 buys you 30% more performance.

Pay $80 for an Antec TruePower New 650W. Keep Radeon HD 5850. Buy another Radeon HD 5850 for $150 (used) or $185 (new); enjoy 75% faster performance plus having a better PSU. Sell your current ThermalTake PSU for $50. So, $215 buys you 75% higher performance.

Your call, but I'd go for option 2.
Thanks for summing it up. But i wont be able to sell my 5850 because i promised my gf to put it in her rig. Selling psu and adding a 2nd 5850 would be a nice option, a great performance increase but it feels like a overkill on my current 22 inch screen (1680x1020)

Out of all the options i am leaning towards going for a new 24" screen, and waiting for a new GPU untill late summer or so.

I have been looking at affordable 24" monitors (~250$ as im fixing my house) and got my eyes on:

http://www.samsung.com/uk/consumer/p...ype=prd_detail

Which is a LED, 24", 1920x1080 res. screen for about 225euro. I am using a 21,8 inch, 1680x1020 of a couple year old now. I guess it should be a very noticable upgrade?
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The LED`s are nice and vivid, and will certainly have lots of detail at 1080p. If your sitting up close to it im sure its going to look great, you definately wont need bigger than 24".

Personally I have my rig at the heart of my whole system (tv, surround etc....) so its linked to my 42" 1080p plasma which is awesomesauce. I sit quite far back and use wirelss mouse + keyboard etc..... so the level of detail would be similar

Have you considered doing the same? Its definately worth it in my opinnion, I couldnt justify an expensive rig being stuck in the corner when it could be the cornerstone of your home/livingroom multimedia.

Why not save up a bit more and get it linked up to the nice big mainroom tv?
    
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The LED`s are nice and vivid, and will certainly have lots of detail at 1080p. If your sitting up close to it im sure its going to look great, you definately wont need bigger than 24".

Personally I have my rig at the heart of my whole system (tv, surround etc....) so its linked to my 42" 1080p plasma which is awesomesauce. I sit quite far back and use wirelss mouse + keyboard etc..... so the level of detail would be similar

Have you considered doing the same? Its definately worth it in my opinnion, I couldnt justify an expensive rig being stuck in the corner when it could be the cornerstone of your home/livingroom multimedia.

Why not save up a bit more and get it linked up to the nice big mainroom tv?
I have a Samsung 47" LCD in my livingroom, but id like to keep my computer on a seperate room, so my gf can still look at her TV shows and whatsoever (you all know the drill )
Moving the computer from room to room works for a few times, but really not in the mood for that anymore. So i definitly need a new monitor, i am sitting about 80cm/1meter away from it, 24" LED should do it i guess, especially since i am used to a 21.8" LCD.
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I had that feeling on forehand too. Just feels a little too big to be sitting only 1m away from.



Loosen AA / AF a little in some games is fine. Thanks



Thanks for summing it up. But i wont be able to sell my 5850 because i promised my gf to put it in her rig. Selling psu and adding a 2nd 5850 would be a nice option, a great performance increase but it feels like a overkill on my current 22 inch screen (1680x1020)

Out of all the options i am leaning towards going for a new 24" screen, and waiting for a new GPU untill late summer or so.

I have been looking at affordable 24" monitors (~250$ as im fixing my house) and got my eyes on:

http://www.samsung.com/uk/consumer/p...ype=prd_detail

Which is a LED, 24", 1920x1080 res. screen for about 225euro. I am using a 21,8 inch, 1680x1020 of a couple year old now. I guess it should be a very noticable upgrade?
I see. Well, I guess you should definitely go for option two, then. With not being able to sell the 5850, that means you pay $265 for 30% more performance. For $215 you could be having 75% more performance and a better PSU, so why not? That means $50 more to put towards that monitor.

As for the differences in the monitors, you won't really see a difference as far as screen real estate goes. You'll get a tiny bit more vertical resolution and a lot more horizontal resolution. The difference will be there, but it won't wow you. If you want a TRUE upgrade, you're gonna have to go 1920x1200, which means 16:10 aspect ratio again. You'll gain a lot of screen real estate, horizontal and vertical resolution.

This one is 215 pounds including VAT.

That's one side of it. If you want a huge quality upgrade (color accuracy, viewing angles, more professional panels, pivot, swivel, etc.), then you're gonna need a monitor with an IPS or VA panel. You won't really notice the difference when it comes to size, but the quality difference will be huge. If you want that, you can get a Dell U2311H for 239 pounds inc. VAT and shipping.

Edit: Crap. Saw Euro and I thought Pounds. Still, what I said will hold true even if pricing is not the same.
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