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November 14, 2010 7:42:57 AM

Hey, i need a few question here . . .
why my friends lcd with 17 inch got 1440 x 9xx in games , and my lcd with 18,5 inch only 1360 x 768....
what is the problem ???
did it affect performance in games ????

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November 14, 2010 7:47:14 AM

lol...
of course...the higher the resolution in game , the heavier the load is, and decrease of performance, of course...
and..
it doesnt mean tht the bigger the display, the higher the resolution is...
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November 14, 2010 7:53:14 AM

xkresnax said:
Hey, i need a few question here . . .
why my friends lcd with 17 inch got 1440 x 9xx in games , and my lcd with 18,5 inch only 1360 x 768....
what is the problem ???
did it affect performance in games ????


its absolutely normal. Each screen its own native res..
For eg, a 19 inch may have 1680X1050 and another 19 inch may have 1366X768..

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November 14, 2010 4:00:37 PM

xkresnax said:
Hey, i need a few question here . . .
why my friends lcd with 17 inch got 1440 x 9xx in games , and my lcd with 18,5 inch only 1360 x 768....
what is the problem ???
did it affect performance in games????


Bigger can not be equated with either quality or resolution. For example, HD (1920 x 1080) resolutions can be found on screen sized from 13" to 27"

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dot_pitch

The following 3 columns are for a screen showing 1920 x 1080 resolution:

Sreen Size Dot pitch and Pixels per inch

13.1 0.151 168.2
15.6 0.180 141.2
16.4 0.189 134.3
21.5 0.248 102.5
23.0 0.265 95.8
23.6 0.272 93.3
24.0 0.277 91.8
24.6 0.284 89.6
27.0 0.311 81.6

http://thirdculture.com/joel/shumi/computer/hardware/pp...

Your screen has 84.43 pixels per inch, your friend's is at 99.89

The pixels per inch or "dots per inch" is an indicator of how clear the image will be. Anything under 96 or so will appear "grainy" to the average human eye as you can see the individual dots on screen. The more pixels per inch the "sharper" the image will appear and the more expensive (all other things being equal) the monitor will be.
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November 20, 2010 10:52:44 PM

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November 21, 2010 7:57:02 AM

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