720p on 1080p native monitor 27"

If I were to play Battlefield 4 in 720p on a monitor with a native resolution of 1920x1080 would there be a loss in anything?

Reason I ask is because my monitor is 60hz when in 1080p but goes up to 75hz in 720p. I've tested it but I can't figure out how to set it up so it looks the right way.
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  1. There shouldn't be any loss. You can set up screen resolution in Control Panel, Hardware and Sound, Display
  2. always run at native resolution for best clarity.
    -Bruce
  3. Yeah but when I look off in the distance its hard to see snipers an stuff even with settings on ultra an 60fps constant.
  4. when using resoloution other than the native one,the image is produced through interpolation, resulting always in a lower image quality(blury image).there isnt any gain by running 75hz.if you run into image tearing enable vsync or if you run into performance issues and want to maintain smooth gameplay better stay at 1080p and lower the graphics
  5. Play at 1080p. Everything will be clearer and there is not that much difference between 60Hz and 75Hz. You could try to overclock your monitor at 1080p and see if it reaches 75Hz.
  6. Well I guess I'm going to stay at 1920x1080 but just to note I used console command PerfOverlay.fps an at all low settings it was showing up to 191 fps. Is the console command accurate?
  7. Zombie615 said:
    Well I guess I'm going to stay at 1920x1080 but just to note I used console command PerfOverlay.fps an at all low settings it was showing up to 191 fps. Is the console command accurate?


    yes it is. so you have image tearing that you want to eliminate. even if you had a 144hz monitor you would still have the issue.use vsync and if you have nvidia gpu try adaptive mode. 60fps is what you seek. you can increase easily increase graphic quality.
  8. Yeah I was on the test range messing with all the graphics options. Testing each settings by it self to see what kind of performance loss happens. Also seeing which settings I can live without so I could bump another one up a level. I turned the Texture Terrain down to low an kept the mesh an lighting on ultra.
  9. does it have overhang when you are on 1080p resolutions?
  10. What is Overhang?

    and I have the Asus 27" MX279H IPS
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