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Lcd and sound card issue

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November 13, 2009 9:54:32 AM

Hi everyone...

I am currently having 17inch (4:3) CRT. ...& thinking of upgrading to 23inch lcd (16:9),.my question is ---- will the gaming performance get affected..I mean whether it will get slow or remain normal...

SPECS:-

P4 - 3.2GHz
RAM DDR2- 2GB (800 MHz) +512mb (533 MHz)
Intel 945GTP
nvidia 9500GT (1GB DDR2)
160 GB SATA
idt sigmatel on board (sound card)
17inch CRT
Also...I want to buy a economic+good sound card (gaming purpose as well) , as my onboard card (sigmatel) is quite annoying with vista & window 7... plz suggest me one.

plz forgive for broken language and knowledge and plz reply to my both problems thanks…

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November 13, 2009 1:35:48 PM

As long as the new lcd has a refresh rate of 8ms or less, you should have decent video performance. But if you switch to a higher resolution than you are gaming at now, your framerates in games will likely get slower. If you now game at 1024x768 and you get a monitor that is native 1920x1080 or so, your 3d games will run slower.
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November 20, 2009 11:34:12 AM

DiscoDuck said:
As long as the new lcd has a refresh rate of 8ms or less, you should have decent video performance. But if you switch to a higher resolution than you are gaming at now, your framerates in games will likely get slower. If you now game at 1024x768 and you get a monitor that is native 1920x1080 or so, your 3d games will run slower.

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November 28, 2009 6:02:43 PM

DiscoDuck said:
As long as the new lcd has a refresh rate of 8ms or less, you should have decent video performance. But if you switch to a higher resolution than you are gaming at now, your framerates in games will likely get slower. If you now game at 1024x768 and you get a monitor that is native 1920x1080 or so, your 3d games will run slower.


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