Question High resolution

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My native resolution is 1366x768 or so i think,but my pc i can set 1080p on it,I'm not sure about change in quality but my fps drops so much,is it possible that my monitor is actually 1080p or its just the GPU running game at 1080p but monitor displaying at 1366x768?
 

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I'd probably keep it at 1360x768 as you shouldn't get as many FPS dips as you would at 1080P but you may need to test this. Also when you go into the game make sure the resolution is set to 1360x768 instead of 1080P.
I'd probably keep it at 1360x768 as you shouldn't get as many FPS dips as you would at 1080P but you may need to test this. Also when you go into the game make sure the resolution is set to 1360x768 instead of 1080P.
So is this what's happening- gpu is rendering at 1080p and monitor at 1360 due to which fps is less and quality doesn't increase?
Also what to do if i am liking it at 1680 x1050 if it gives low fps but stretched resolution?
 

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From the sounds of it the system currently is upscaling the monitor to 1080P and your components are treating is at a 1080P system, lowering it to near native resolution should help as it's lowering the resolution. 1680x1050 is still higher so you are still going to have lower FPS. Try your games at 1360x768 and see how they perform. Also list your specs.
 

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From the sounds of it the system currently is upscaling the monitor to 1080P and your components are treating is at a 1080P system, lowering it to near native resolution should help as it's lowering the resolution. 1680x1050 is still higher so you are still going to have lower FPS. Try your games at 1360x768 and see how they perform. Also list your specs.
Its just that at 1360 x768 it seems very unclear in apex legends,fortnite etc
 

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