Gaming monitor 24" or 27"


I bought a new PC using a Gtx 780.
I don't have a clue regarding monitor and its resolutions and the sort.
I'm currently on a 23.5" but I can't help but dislike the actual frame of the monitor. How is 27" for gaming and media? I sit more or less at an arms length away.

If I get 27", is it a waste to stick with 1080p? I don't even know what it means to change resolution or go higher, haha.

Thanks for any advice and recommendations, thanks.
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    Physical monitor size means very little when it comes to performance. It's much more about the resolution. Most 24" to 27" monitors have resolutions of 1920x1080 or 1920x1200; really not that much difference. A single, high-end graphics card should be able to play most, if not all, games without issue. Higher end monitors will have much higher resolutions like 2560x1440 or 2560x1600 (and a much higher cost). These monitors would more than likely benefit from a dual-card (in your case, SLI) set up.

    For a single card set up, just stay with the 1920x1080/1200 resolution monitors. What size you get is entirely up to you.

    -Wolf sends
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