Sign in with
Sign up | Sign in
Your question

Best Grahic Card for 23inch LCD

Last response: in Graphics & Displays
Share
January 15, 2011 11:56:19 AM

I've bought 23 inch widescreen lcd recently.which graphic card do you recommend can fit
to my lcd which I can play every games in max/high resolution without lagging?
in my thought, i have several options like ATI5670,GTS450,ATI5750.
i'm also having 4gb of ddr3 RAM.help me guys!

More about : grahic card 23inch lcd

a c 358 U Graphics card
January 15, 2011 1:58:09 PM

I would probably get at least a HD 5770 or a GTX 460. Overall I believe the GTX 460 is a little more powerful of the two.

If you are really serious about maxing out every single game then, I go for something like the HD 6870 or GTX 475.
m
0
l
a b U Graphics card
January 15, 2011 2:15:57 PM

jonwarlock said:
I've bought 23 inch widescreen lcd recently.which graphic card do you recommend can fit
to my lcd which I can play every games in max/high resolution without lagging?
in my thought, i have several options like ATI5670,GTS450,ATI5750.
i'm also having 4gb of ddr3 RAM.help me guys!

I suppose 1080 P. Then 5770 will do but wont max really heavy games. i did recommend a gtx 460 or higher.
m
0
l
Related resources
January 15, 2011 9:11:59 PM

if i still proceed on the several cards as my option, would the image quality will be good when i lower my resolution to 1600 or to 1440 something?because i dont hve much budget to get 5770.
m
0
l
a c 358 U Graphics card
January 15, 2011 9:22:30 PM

Generally speaking, stretching a lower resolution to fit the entire screen will result in a quality. The larger the difference between the native resolution (max) of the monitor and the resolution you are playing with, the lower the quality.

Stretching 1600 x 900 onto a 1920 x 1080 shouldn't be too bad. Ultimately, it is the monitor that will determine how good or bad it will look.

I would say try both options:

1. Native resolution, but with something like medium graphics quality.
2. Lower resolution, but with graphics quality to your liking.

Me? I prefer option #1.
m
0
l
January 15, 2011 9:56:01 PM

let say that if i choose option 1,setting at native resolution and set all medium in video quality,does the image(3D person,object,shadow etc) looks funny or not?or does it have no differences at all?
m
0
l
a c 358 U Graphics card
January 15, 2011 10:27:15 PM

No, it won't look funny. There will be a difference though.

Why don't you try it now with your current setup to see for yourself?
m
0
l
January 16, 2011 2:13:22 AM

Um if I may ask your screen you have what kind of connection does it use to connect to your pc? I assume it is a vga...
m
0
l
a b U Graphics card
January 16, 2011 5:34:59 AM

I'm running a 23.5" Acer HD at 1080p with a 5770.
ROF maxed out, and not coming close to the cards abilities.
X-fire might be an issue with 3 monitors, but that card can handle 1 easily.
m
0
l
a b U Graphics card
January 16, 2011 6:06:26 AM

Screen size doesn't matter, its the resolution. I can assume your 23" is 1080P, but can't say for sure since you didn't tell us.

I think the 5750 is the most powerful card you mentioned, but I would grab at least a 5770 for that res.
m
0
l
January 16, 2011 6:51:59 AM

loneninja said:
Screen size doesn't matter, its the resolution. I can assume your 23" is 1080P, but can't say for sure since you didn't tell us.

I think the 5750 is the most powerful card you mentioned, but I would grab at least a 5770 for that res.



what resolution do you mean?yes.my LG is 1080p.it has both vga and dvi connector.i've not buy the graphic card yet.
just to ensure that i'll not regret after having a new graphic card soon.so, is 5770 the best option to play with native resolution?
what about 4850?bcause i dont think i can stretched my budget to get 460GTX
m
0
l
!