|Topic Review (Newest First)|
|02-06-2019 06:09 PM|
|02-06-2019 06:07 PM|
|white owl||$550 for one of the fastest gaming cards isn't robbery. Are they supposed to be free? $1300 for a 2080ti is horrible.|
|02-06-2019 05:41 PM|
|junglechocolate||As far as movies go, I actually notice the difference lol. NIGHT AND DAY. Netflix, Blu Rays, Mkvs you name it. Its such a big difference between anything below 4K and actual 4K|
|02-06-2019 05:38 PM|
TV scaling often has crap ton of post processing doesn't it. You should notice loss of fine details at lower resolution if the game has any. For something with blurred skies and ground it doesn't really matter much what resolution you run.
So far my most "demanding" games are Witcher 3, AC7, Infinite, Crysis 3 (off the top of my head). Witcher 3 looked about the same i think... gotta recheck that again.
Yes I do know i need to get a more powerful card but paying 550 plus dollars for something like a 1080 Ti is robbery.
|02-06-2019 05:34 PM|
|JackCY||TV scaling often has crap ton of post processing doesn't it. You should notice loss of fine details at lower resolution if the game has any. For something with blurred skies and ground it doesn't really matter much what resolution you run.|
|02-06-2019 05:22 PM|
No graphical difference between 4K and 1440p?
So I am trying to play Ace Combat 7 on my GTX 780. Yeah I know old GPU. So on 4K it struggles to hit 40 fps and thats with despite lowereing the settings. SO I reluctantly went down to 1440p and braced for the worst. Mind you this is on a 55" 4k OLED TV. What i saw surprised me. The scale of the game to my screen seemd the same as 4k. The only thing that looked blown up was the Rivertuner stats on my upper left corner showing me my fps and temps.
I thought playing the game in 4K would result in a more pixelated experience but I noticed that was not the case. I even briefly went up close to my TV instead of the 4 feet I seat from it and didn't really see a differnce. whats up with that?