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is 1080p too low res for 27 inch monitor?

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December 11, 2013 10:23:37 PM

hi guys, im In need of a new monitor, and as always I think bigger is better,
I will be using it for gaming and after some research and your guys opinion
I belive.that a ips monitor that's 5ms or better is what im looking for.
I do not plan on using 3d ever, I hate it. and although I will be buying a new
video card in the 250 dollar range I think I want to go 1080p so I can have all
the eye candy turned on and as games get more intense ill be ok in two to three years
with same graphics card because im still at 1080p.

That being said ive read several people say 27inch monitors at 1080p are pixelated and
no amount of aa will fix it. Also I will be sitting close to the screen 2.5 to 3 feet from the screen.

So should I get a 27 inch or do you think I would be happier with a 24.

thanks in advance for all your help as always. my gaming is in your hands.

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December 11, 2013 10:33:01 PM

27" is too pixelated for my tastes, but it depends on what you're doing. Some pro CS players use 27" monitors with no AA because they need to be able to split pixels. If that's not your game then I'd go as small as possible to enhance perceived image quality.
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December 11, 2013 10:35:28 PM

i have one, 27 inch 1080p, perfectly fine. esp if the monitor is a good one.
heck, our tv is still 1080p, and those are 32/40 (and above) inches (although yes, we watch a bit far from these)
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December 11, 2013 10:57:58 PM

Cons29 said:
i have one, 27 inch 1080p, perfectly fine. esp if the monitor is a good one.
heck, our tv is still 1080p, and those are 32/40 (and above) inches (although yes, we watch a bit far from these)

how close do you sit from your 27 inch monitor while gaming?

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December 11, 2013 10:59:11 PM

cuecuemore said:
27" is too pixelated for my tastes, but it depends on what you're doing. Some pro CS players use 27" monitors with no AA because they need to be able to split pixels. If that's not your game then I'd go as small as possible to enhance perceived image quality.

thanks for the info, ya im not into cs or splitting pixels

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December 11, 2013 11:00:56 PM

27 inch isnt 1080p but 1440p. 24 inches is 1080p. if ur comfy with 1080p get the 24 inches else for future upgrading get a 27 inch but mind you, certain games will req more gpu hp to run them. such games require a 7970,7990 or 280x or even 780ti for all the eye candy turned on.
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December 11, 2013 11:06:44 PM

caj said:
27 inch isnt 1080p but 1440p. 24 inches is 1080p. if ur comfy with 1080p get the 24 inches else for future upgrading get a 27 inch but mind you, certain games will req more gpu hp to run them. such games require a 7970,7990 or 280x or even 780ti for all the eye candy turned on.

actually there are a lot of 27 inch 1080p monitors, even from the good brands like asus and Samsung etc.

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December 11, 2013 11:11:47 PM

raknarius said:
caj said:
27 inch isnt 1080p but 1440p. 24 inches is 1080p. if ur comfy with 1080p get the 24 inches else for future upgrading get a 27 inch but mind you, certain games will req more gpu hp to run them. such games require a 7970,7990 or 280x or even 780ti for all the eye candy turned on.

actually there are a lot of 27 inch 1080p monitors, even from the good brands like asus and Samsung etc.





never heard of that. usually every1 knows above 24 ranging from 27 to 29 is 1440p. 32 is 4k apparaently
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December 12, 2013 12:04:47 PM

anyone else actually sit that close with 27 inch monitor experiance
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January 16, 2014 6:12:10 AM

Caj you are terribly wrong. Look into it as is not that way at all. Far from it
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