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Why i think won't upgrade to 1440p even if is the best spot for PCs

Support and longevity.
I'd really want that Extra sharpness and especially a bigger screen, but windows and general app scaler sucks and text are already too small to read for me on 23.6" 1080p.
Then market decided that 1440p doesn't even exist and skipped to 4k, so did consoles. I own a ps4 pro and with a 1440p monitor i'd have to play in non native resolution.
Same goes for old games/apps.
At this point i'd just go ahead and wait till ps5/scarlett mature enough and 4k becomes the standard.
I will play ps5 60 fps and games effortlessly on my vega because PS5 is 99% targeting 30 fps 4k, then 50-60 fps 1080p will not be an issue until 2023-2024
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New games with increased system requirements the FPS really never goes up with new system hardware. PC performance increases 25-30% every generation and so does some new games. Otherwise we could use hardware from year 1995

I purchase about every new generation mid-range GPU and CPU for the last 19 years. I have RTX 2070 now and can now play all Graphic settings on Ultra with 1920x1080p monitor, Battlefield 3 release year 2011, 200 FPS average, Battlefield 4 release year 2013, 172 FPS average, Battlefield 1 release year 2016, 144 FPS average, Battlefield V release year 2018, 126 FPS average.


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If you're happy with a ~23" monitor then stick with 1080p, there's little to no reason to go to a higher resolution at that size.

a 27" 1080p monitor looks bad on a lot of content since the PPI is so low. 1440p has the same issue but it's fine until upwards of 32" (and are there even any >32" 1440p panels?).

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Otherwise we could use hardware from year 1995

lol, as long as you're okay with x86 and a lack of SSE2 and virtually every extension other set then sure.

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I'm happy with 1080p on a 24" for gaming (especially at 240hz) but 1080 is just not enough vertical pixels for me at the desktop. Feel cramped. Especially since I had used 1600x1200 since 2002!

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I'm pleased with 1920x1080p 27" FHD with gaming, internet, video, movies. Going from 1920x1080p to 2560x1440p was a reduction of 30 FPS in gaming. The 30 FPS reduction was too much of a reduction in FPS for the higher resolution that is not worth the FPS reduction.

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Quote: Originally Posted by The Pook View Post
If you're happy with a ~23" monitor then stick with 1080p, there's little to no reason to go to a higher resolution at that size.

a 27" 1080p monitor looks bad on a lot of content since the PPI is so low. 1440p has the same issue but it's fine until upwards of 32" (and are there even any >32" 1440p panels?).
Most are 3440x1440 ultrawides at 34" like this Asus ProArt https://www.newegg.com/asus-pa34vc-3...82E16824236970 .
If you want to go crazy there's dual ultrawide (5120x1440) in 49". https://www.newegg.com/lg-49bl95c-w-...82E16824025947

The downside is there's not a lot of choice when you want high refresh (>120Hz).

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Quote: Originally Posted by delerious View Post
Most are 3440x1440 ultrawides at 34" like this Asus ProArt https://www.newegg.com/asus-pa34vc-3...82E16824236970 .
If you want to go crazy there's dual ultrawide (5120x1440) in 49". https://www.newegg.com/lg-49bl95c-w-...82E16824025947

The downside is there's not a lot of choice when you want high refresh (>120Hz).

You are correct sir. There is no thing as a 3840x1600p @ 144hz right now until the LG 37.5 Nano IPS 1ms 144hz OC 175hz. Sure you have the CRG9 but Ill pass on playing a tennis match and faking up my eyes also the vertical is the same size as a 27" monitor which sux and also the vertical is 1440p as opposed to 1600p. You pay about 1k more compared to a 38" 3840x1600 to be 144hz or 175hz OCed. THey are all 60hz or 75z which blows. Let us not hold our breath for a UltraWide 4k as 3840x2160p is not a UltraWide format. For now you need a 27" 16:9 4k @ 144hz which is pointless as newer AAA titles will never hit 144fps with all eye candy up and all nvidia panel settings set to On and set to max like AA methods and in game ultra high. Ive tried removing the AA and I get the same FPS. So the different AA methods it has are free. Also reducing in game settings gives me maybe 5 to 10 more fps only. So I play in all glory, but when I get the LG monitor 3840x1600 will abuse my card and gives me cheap frame rates until the 3080Ti comes out. Is this monitor just being future proof ? Will we see a better spec monitor next year ?


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I'm happy with 1080p on a 24" for gaming (especially at 240hz) but 1080 is just not enough vertical pixels for me at the desktop. Feel cramped. Especially since I had used 1600x1200 since 2002!
Agreed, the increased verticality is tremendous. Especially if you do anything remotely professional or education related (papers, spreadsheets, research with multiple windows, etc.) 1080p feels just awful. 4k obviously is even better for this, but the increased pixels mean way fewer frames. 1440p @ 27" is my perfect sweet spot.

(I'd love a 32" 4K high refresh but alas...)

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If I knew where the fleecing with hardware was headed (and it will get worse, mark my words), I would have certainly stayed with 1200p 60Hz where my card(s) could still shine even on the latest games. Sigh...

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Agreed, the increased verticality is tremendous. Especially if you do anything remotely professional or education related (papers, spreadsheets, research with multiple windows, etc.) 1080p feels just awful. 4k obviously is even better for this, but the increased pixels mean way fewer frames. 1440p @ 27" is my perfect sweet spot.

(I'd love a 32" 4K high refresh but alas...)
For gaming 1440p 144Hz is a sweet spot if you have a RTX 2080ti. 1920x1080p FHD 144Hz is the sweet spot for RTX 2070. For me not spending that much on a PC every new generation is sweet, so I'm not paying the sharper 1440p toll every new PC and game generation.

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