Higher resolution, less fps???

Tensai30

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Of course. If you run a game in a higher resolution than you were running it in before, then it will have some effect on fps. If you run it in the same resolution as before then it wouldn't have any effect. For example; you upgrade to a 1440p monitor from a 1080p one and still run your games in 1080p then there would be no effect but increase the resolution to 1440p and you can expect to see less fps then you were at 1080p. This can be combated with a better video card. Like stated above me, if you are running an unbalanced system with a better video card than your CPU then you wouldn't see as much as a negative impact. Hope that answers your question.
 

Tensai30

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Of course. If you run a game in a higher resolution than you were running it in before, then it will have some effect on fps. If you run it in the same resolution as before then it wouldn't have any effect. For example; you upgrade to a 1440p monitor from a 1080p one and still run your games in 1080p then there would be no effect but increase the resolution to 1440p and you can expect to see less fps then you were at 1080p. This can be combated with a better video card. Like stated above me, if you are running an unbalanced system with a better video card than your CPU then you wouldn't see as much as a negative impact. Hope that answers your question.
 

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