A resolution for resolution Tags: Laptops Gaming Resolution Blu-ray Displays Last response: March 3, 2010 7:52 PM in Laptop Tech Support Share Opu Sama March 3, 2010 7:41:14 PM Hello, Do I really need to have a 1080p display for a gaming laptop and to play blu ray movies? More about : resolution resolution lothdk March 3, 2010 7:52:26 PM Umm no? For gaming you can have pretty much any resolution, the higher the better, at the cost of FPS. For blu-ray movies, the player would scale the image to fit with your resolution, but the best result would be gotten with a 720p or 1080p resolution. m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources SolvedHow much more performance will this change in resolution need? Forum SolvedStuck at too low of a resolution, really stuck. Forum SolvedWhat GPU setup would be great for 5760x1080 resolution, ultra settings, great FPS. Forum Solved4K resolution 27-30 inch? £300/$500 Forum SolvedWhat is the maximum resolution monitor supported by my computer? Forum SolvedNative Resolution Change Forum SolvedThe effect of resolution on CPU performance in gaming? Forum SolvedIs my rig stable? or gpu bottle neck? or need reduce resolution? Forum SolvedIncrease native resolution? Forum SolvedAsus PB287Q can't put out 4k resolution with DVI to HDMI cable Forum Solved2560x1080 native resolution monitor with nVidia GT610 - how to? Forum SolvedWILL i see any defference between vga and dvi at 1920x1080 resolution Forum SolvedGtx 980 at 1440p resolution. Forum SolvedDesktop resolution vs game resolution Forum SolvedDSC -W320 piture resolution Forum SolvedHelp with TV resolution Forum SolvedMax resolution with an external monitor? Forum SolvedResolution too small for the monitor Forum SolvedWill games on a 1920x1080 monitor at 1366x768 resolution look the same as on a 1366x768 monitor on it's native resolution? Forum Solvedwill the nvidia gtx 970 support 1366 x 768 screen resolution ?if not suggest me cheapest monitor Forum More resources Read discussions in other Laptop Tech Support categories Windows Configuration !