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September 17, 2013 2:52:01 AM

Currently using an LG 23" (IPS234), and I'm considering upgrading my monitor to a larger 27" Asus VX279H. Will the 1920 x 1080 resolution max resolution of my 650 Ti show significant pixel quality loss with the larger 27"?

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September 17, 2013 3:15:47 AM

Hi,

Your monitor max resolution is 1920*1080 not your GPU's. New monitor will have same resolution with less pixel densitiy because it's bigger. But 4'' larger screen should not show you quality loss.
It would be best if you could sit in front of some play station in shopping mall which is connected to simillar screen size and you'll see how it look's like.
For example, I'm using 32'' Toshiba TN screen. Also had 23'' before and going to 32'' was right move. No visible qualtiy loss, experience much much better.
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September 17, 2013 4:59:30 AM

I run three Asus 27" monitors on all three of my rigs and for me they look great. After having these 27" monitors for over two years I do not think I could go back to anything smaller. If you get a good monitor you will have nothing to worry about.
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September 17, 2013 5:42:59 AM

I see, thanks! Yes, I just wanted to know if the 'pixel density' reduction will be significant and visible since a lot I've read say to use 2560x1440 for monitors this large, but my 650ti's max is only 1980x1080. How far away are you guys from your monitors?
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September 17, 2013 10:50:37 AM

Hi,

Your monitor which you are about to buy has max resolution of 1920*1080 (check specs). You can't go higher than that. Your video card is capable of higher resolutions. 650Ti is capable of 3840x2160 at 30Hz or 4096x2160 at 24Hz supported over HDMI. Limitation comes with your monitor. You could get resolution which you are mentioning with another, better monitor.

I'm sitting arround meter and a half from my screen.

Best regards :) 

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September 17, 2013 4:36:32 PM

sherpa25 said:
Currently using an LG 23" (IPS234), and I'm considering upgrading my monitor to a larger 27" Asus VX279H. Will the 1920 x 1080 resolution max resolution of my 650 Ti show significant pixel quality loss with the larger 27"?


Have a look at this video..1080p 27" on the right 1440p 27" on the left.. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7vt0CJcUi4w

Basically you should stick with 23" 24" at 1080p resolution and if you willing to go 27" it would be better off at 1440p. I tell everyone this because 27" at 1080p your getting lower ppi and res which makes everything looked stretched out and a little blurry but you can see for your self but if you dont mind how the monitor looks on the right then yea i guess that works for you.
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September 17, 2013 7:49:54 PM

Feldmarschall said:
Hi,

Your monitor which you are about to buy has max resolution of 1920*1080 (check specs). You can't go higher than that. Your video card is capable of higher resolutions. 650Ti is capable of 3840x2160 at 30Hz or 4096x2160 at 24Hz supported over HDMI. Limitation comes with your monitor. You could get resolution which you are mentioning with another, better monitor.

I'm sitting arround meter and a half from my screen.

Best regards :) 



Thanks. But my understanding (per 650ti specs) is that it has a max resolution of 1920x1080 only (digital, I'm using 1 HDMI), and that 2560x1600 only with DUAL-DVI (is this for dual monitors only?).

Will I be able to run 1440p with my card, using single HDMI?
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September 17, 2013 7:58:15 PM

sherpa25 said:
Feldmarschall said:
Hi,

Your monitor which you are about to buy has max resolution of 1920*1080 (check specs). You can't go higher than that. Your video card is capable of higher resolutions. 650Ti is capable of 3840x2160 at 30Hz or 4096x2160 at 24Hz supported over HDMI. Limitation comes with your monitor. You could get resolution which you are mentioning with another, better monitor.

I'm sitting arround meter and a half from my screen.

Best regards :) 



Thanks. But my understanding (per 650ti specs) is that it has a max resolution of 1920x1080 only (digital, I'm using 1 HDMI), and that 2560x1600 only with DUAL-DVI (is this for dual monitors only?).

Will I be able to run 1440p with my card, using single HDMI?


For 1440p/1600p you would have to use dual link dvi which the 650ti supports but framerate wise your going to be turning down some settings
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September 17, 2013 8:06:16 PM

determinologyz said:
sherpa25 said:
Feldmarschall said:
Hi,

Your monitor which you are about to buy has max resolution of 1920*1080 (check specs). You can't go higher than that. Your video card is capable of higher resolutions. 650Ti is capable of 3840x2160 at 30Hz or 4096x2160 at 24Hz supported over HDMI. Limitation comes with your monitor. You could get resolution which you are mentioning with another, better monitor.

I'm sitting arround meter and a half from my screen.

Best regards :) 



Thanks. But my understanding (per 650ti specs) is that it has a max resolution of 1920x1080 only (digital, I'm using 1 HDMI), and that 2560x1600 only with DUAL-DVI (is this for dual monitors only?).

Will I be able to run 1440p with my card, using single HDMI?


For 1440p/1600p you would have to use dual link dvi which the 650ti supports but framerate wise your going to be turning down some settings


EDIT: (found it) What is dual link, does it connecting 2 dvi cables to the GPU and the monitor? Or is it the type of DVI cable used? Thanks.

I see. One more quick question, re. framerate, what would be resulting change in framerate, and will it be significantly noticeable?
Thanks.
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September 17, 2013 8:10:11 PM

sherpa25 said:
determinologyz said:
sherpa25 said:
Feldmarschall said:
Hi,

Your monitor which you are about to buy has max resolution of 1920*1080 (check specs). You can't go higher than that. Your video card is capable of higher resolutions. 650Ti is capable of 3840x2160 at 30Hz or 4096x2160 at 24Hz supported over HDMI. Limitation comes with your monitor. You could get resolution which you are mentioning with another, better monitor.

I'm sitting arround meter and a half from my screen.

Best regards :) 



Thanks. But my understanding (per 650ti specs) is that it has a max resolution of 1920x1080 only (digital, I'm using 1 HDMI), and that 2560x1600 only with DUAL-DVI (is this for dual monitors only?).

Will I be able to run 1440p with my card, using single HDMI?


For 1440p/1600p you would have to use dual link dvi which the 650ti supports but framerate wise your going to be turning down some settings


I see. What is dual link, does it connecting 2 dvi cables to the GPU and the monitor? Or is it the type of DVI cable used? Thanks.




Have a read here http://fireuser.com/blog/what_does_dual_link_dvi_actual...

Link me your gpu
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September 17, 2013 8:41:36 PM

determinologyz said:
sherpa25 said:
determinologyz said:
sherpa25 said:
Feldmarschall said:
Hi,

Your monitor which you are about to buy has max resolution of 1920*1080 (check specs). You can't go higher than that. Your video card is capable of higher resolutions. 650Ti is capable of 3840x2160 at 30Hz or 4096x2160 at 24Hz supported over HDMI. Limitation comes with your monitor. You could get resolution which you are mentioning with another, better monitor.

I'm sitting arround meter and a half from my screen.

Best regards :) 



Thanks. But my understanding (per 650ti specs) is that it has a max resolution of 1920x1080 only (digital, I'm using 1 HDMI), and that 2560x1600 only with DUAL-DVI (is this for dual monitors only?).

Will I be able to run 1440p with my card, using single HDMI?


For 1440p/1600p you would have to use dual link dvi which the 650ti supports but framerate wise your going to be turning down some settings


I see. What is dual link, does it connecting 2 dvi cables to the GPU and the monitor? Or is it the type of DVI cable used? Thanks.




Have a read here http://fireuser.com/blog/what_does_dual_link_dvi_actual...

Link me your gpu


Yes I just read about dual link dvi, thanks!
For reference, my card: http://

Now understanding what dvi dual link is, I was then about to ask why setting up at this higher resolution says using dual link dvi and no mention of hdmi, but I'll google for that.
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September 17, 2013 8:44:34 PM

Your pretty much set with just using a dual link dvi as of hdmi isnt supported at those high resolutions. One thing i would recommend in the future is getting a stronger gpu setup
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September 17, 2013 8:51:49 PM

determinologyz said:
Interface

PCI-E 3.0 16x
DVI-I, DVI-D, HDMI, DisplayPort
Resolution & Refresh

240Hz Max Refresh Rate
Max Analog : 2048x1536
Max Digital : 2560x1600 (Dual Link DVI Only)

You only need dual link dvi..At 1440/1600p hdmi isnt supported as of yet but your pretty much set


I see, so HDMI still doesn't support that high res. Thanks. Now to consider this high res w/ a 27", I'd now have to consider a different monitor since the Asus VX279H I was looking at is only 1920x1080.
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September 17, 2013 8:57:55 PM

2 monitors i would recommend. 1 is the QNIX for the price you really cant beat it but they are a- apple cinema displays that wasnt approved and repackaged from korean which is a little gamble but from most reviews most likely you will get a good one http://www.amazon.com/QNIX-QX2710-Evolution-LED-Monitor...

The other one is asus pb278q which is a beast for the monitor and a bit higher in price if you dont wanna take a risk and i would recommend this choice as well http://www.amazon.com/dp/B009C3M7H0/?tag=pcpapi-20

Both are 1440p monitors and you honestly cant go wrong with either and as i said before 1440p is the best resolution u can get at 27"
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September 17, 2013 9:16:19 PM

Thanks a lot!
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September 17, 2013 9:31:46 PM

sherpa25 said:
Thanks a lot!


You welcome bro

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