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is 22" samsung monitor heavy for nvdia g210.earlier i had 15 inch screen...will it heat up and damage my graphic card

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October 5, 2013 8:25:26 PM

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i3-2120
4gb ram
nvdia ge force 210
samsung 22" monitor

IS 22" samsung monitor heavy for nvdia g210.earlier i had 15 inch screen it worked properly for two years but when i changed to 22" monitor ,my graphic card got damaged and i repaired it under warranty ...will 22 " monitor heat up more while playing games and damage my nvdia ge force graphic card?

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October 5, 2013 8:31:19 PM
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The screen size has absolutely nothing to do with the stress on the GPU, its all about the resolution, 1080p on a 22" display is exactly the same as 1080p on an IMAX cinema screen.

It won't make a difference assuming its the same res, but no card should ever be damaged just by gaming. That said, if you are planning to game a 210 is woefully inadequate, you have a pretty good CPU, an upgrade to something like a 7750 or even a 6670 would work wonders.
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October 5, 2013 8:32:50 PM

wait, you said you already tried your 22 inch before, so, i dont get it.

the only difference is the higher resolution, sure it will need a little bit more muscle, but i think the cause might be age more than anything.
besides, no offense, but your card is not built for gaming. the cheap price is your first clue, decent ones start at more than $100
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October 5, 2013 8:36:34 PM

that is an interesting question, the higher the resolution the higher the effort from GPU, so the matter is resolution ,for instance 1920x1080 is more demanding for the GPU than 1366x768.
About the change from 15 to 22 inch, almost all 22 inches monitors uses at least 1920x1080 and that is why stress more the GPU than the 15 one
related to G210 is a really basic card no recommended at all for anything
October 5, 2013 11:32:49 PM

Cons29 said:
wait, you said you already tried your 22 inch before, so, i dont get it.

the only difference is the higher resolution, sure it will need a little bit more muscle, but i think the cause might be age more than anything.
besides, no offense, but your card is not built for gaming. the cheap price is your first clue, decent ones start at more than $100




Hey i said earlier i had 15inch monitor now i have 22" monitor.
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