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1920x1080 vs 2550x1440

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  1. Well the higher resolution is more tasking on the GPU driving it especially in gaming. I like the Asus.
  2. What gfx card and cpu do you have.

    1440p gaming is pretty demanding especially at max/ultra game settings. It's nice to have the real estate for desktop work, though.
  3. gtx 780 and i7 3770k
  4. Looking good and then you can add another one for SLI later.
  5. so asus?
  6. Best answer
    Between the two, the one I would get.
  7. Garrett__ said:


    I would recommend the asus 27" 1440p over the benq 27" 1080p have a look at the link as well https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7vt0CJcUi4w

    And with the gtx 780 you will be perfectly fine
  8. determinologyz said:
    Garrett__ said:


    I would recommend the asus 27" 1440p over the benq 27" 1080p have a look at the link as well https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7vt0CJcUi4w

    And with the gtx 780 you will be perfectly fine


    What about BENQ's 120hz refresh rate? Would that make it any better than a 2550x1440?
  9. No not really unless you are thinking 3d.
  10. No, i'm not going to use the 3D vision. Just want smoother and sharper gameplay
  11. Human eyesight is about average 30hz some people a little higher but after you reach 60Hz nobody sees the difference.
  12. Garrett__ said:
    No, i'm not going to use the 3D vision. Just want smoother and sharper gameplay


    If you go 120hz your going to be limited to a tn panel at 1080p and if your not super competitive i would go the 1440p which the asus PLS panel smokes tn in every way as far as colors and viewing angels
  13. rolli59 said:
    Human eyesight is about average 30hz some people a little higher but after you reach 60Hz nobody sees the difference.


    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a2IF9ZPwgDM

    I personally wouldnt say people dont see a difference but as for me ill take resolution over 120hz and since im not to competitive 60fps is smooth enough for me
  14. determinologyz said:
    rolli59 said:
    Human eyesight is about average 30hz some people a little higher but after you reach 60Hz nobody sees the difference.


    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a2IF9ZPwgDM

    I personally wouldnt say people dont see a difference but as for me ill take resolution over 120hz and since im not to competitive 60fps is smooth enough for me


    And most people are watching this on monitors with 60Hz refresh rate and do not see any flicker or blinking.
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