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Battlefield 4 1080p ultra vs 1440p no MSAA ultra

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January 4, 2014 7:46:49 AM

I need a monitor for my gtx 780
I5 -4670k 8 gb ram between
Asus vg248qe ( g-sync probably )
Or qnix qx 2710 ( 1440p 96hz ) ?

I really want gtx 780 ti
But OS X ( hackintosh )doesn't support it
I have seen BF4 in 1080p ultra with MSAA giving average 80-90 fps multiplayer
And at 1440p no MSAA around 60-70 fps average

So which will be better ?
And also does 1080p on look weird on 1440p screen ?
January 4, 2014 7:57:26 AM

if i can get a 1440 with a good fps, ill go with that
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January 4, 2014 8:11:07 AM

personally I would go with Gsynch, but because I am really fancy about that technology :D 
GTX 770 is designed for 60+ FPS gaming at Ultra settings at 1440p, I would say that it would have no problem whatsoever to run games at 1440p ultra with everything on
Now it is up to you
Bigger screen with higher resolution or big screen with a new fancy tech, that should bring great imrpovement at gaming
I would recommend to read articles and watch videos abut Gsynch, so you will understand both choice :) 
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January 4, 2014 8:19:24 AM

Nefos said:
personally I would go with Gsynch, but because I am really fancy about that technology :D 
GTX 770 is designed for 60+ FPS gaming at Ultra settings at 1440p, I would say that it would have no problem whatsoever to run games at 1440p ultra with everything on
Now it is up to you
Bigger screen with higher resolution or big screen with a new fancy tech, that should bring great imrpovement at gaming
I would recommend to read articles and watch videos abut Gsynch, so you will understand both choice :) 


I have done a lot of research
But it has lead me to more confusion :( 
I am confused should I do 1080p now and later 2 years down the line go 1440p with g sync 120hz monitor ( sounds like a dream ) :D 
Or just go 1440p now
1080p at max settings and 64 players
Gtx 780 gives around 70-80 fps
But at 1440p I will have to turn v sync off
Is v sync that big a deal ?
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January 4, 2014 9:20:50 AM

I just upgraded to a 27" 1440p monitor from my 23" 1080p last April and the 1440p looks so much more clear and never have to use AA because the picture is so clean with all of the pixel density. You will sacrifice some FPS, but 780 will fall in love with your 1440 resolution and they will work together in harmony and have 60+fps as long as you don't go crazy with all ultra settings in Bf4. Yes 1080p will look blurry on a 27" screen when you switch to it after adjusting to a beautiful 1440p resolution, but not horrible. I really recommend 1440p just because I use a 1080p and 1440p side by side and can tell you which one off the bat will amaze you. Hope this helps. :) 
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January 4, 2014 9:30:06 AM

I am not a heavy gamer
Reason :- crappy laptop
So is 60-70 fps good enough ??
For battlefield 4
I have doubts whether gtx 780
Will be able to handle it ?
If so I am planning to
Go with the Korean monitor
Qnix qx2710
And over lock it to 96hz
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January 4, 2014 10:14:54 AM

Over clocking can be harmful to the monitor and really shorten the lifespan, so don't really recommend it, but Yamakasi also makes exceptional affordable 1440p solutions for you. The gtx 780 will be more than enough to handle 1440p as I used to game with a gtx 570 back when I first got my 1440p monitor and still performed adequately. I'd imagine the 780 will satisfy the need for speed, benchmarks are also helpful to look into so you can see the average frame rate you should expect. Here is a video demonstrating the performance of the GTX 780 if this helps you. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3gB9-eIPLzM :) 
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January 4, 2014 10:22:23 AM

well, if money is not a factor, then sure, grab a 1440, but for me, its too much. so til it gets mainstream, im sticking with 1080, but that is just me
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May 23, 2014 1:04:29 AM

tmacg55 said:
I just upgraded to a 27" 1440p monitor from my 23" 1080p last April and the 1440p looks so much more clear and never have to use AA because the picture is so clean with all of the pixel density. You will sacrifice some FPS, but 780 will fall in love with your 1440 resolution and they will work together in harmony and have 60+fps as long as you don't go crazy with all ultra settings in Bf4. Yes 1080p will look blurry on a 27" screen when you switch to it after adjusting to a beautiful 1440p resolution, but not horrible. I really recommend 1440p just because I use a 1080p and 1440p side by side and can tell you which one off the bat will amaze you. Hope this helps. :) 


i've been reading in forums and watching youtube videos and want to decide to buy VG278HE or a korean monitor which is mostly the qnix ..

i read many very nice comments about experiences of 1440p, so i read your comment and liked it a lot ..

i think 1440p is the one ..
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