[SOLVED] Trying to find monitor for my gpu

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1. i9 9700k, 3060ti, z390, 16gb ram, currently using 27in 1080 fhd 60hz monitor.

2. I play a game that requires fps as high as possible, currently gaming at 90-140 fps (very graphic heavy)

3. Will 27in 1440p 144hz monitor drop fps dramtically?if so by how much approximately?

4. To keep the fps, i also thought of getting 27in 1080p 144hz one, but everyone says the graphic is awful and you can see pixels. How bad is it?
 

Aeacus

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if so by how much approximately?
Hard to say. But in 1080p, there are 1920x1080=2073600 pixels on screen, while in 1440p (2K), there are 2560x1440=3686400 pixels on screen, 1.7 times more. The FPS drop isn't the same exact amount but it gives you some idea how much harder your GPU needs to work.

If i have to take a rough guess; 90-140 FPS @ 1080p -> 60-120 FPS @ 1440p.

getting 27in 1080p 144hz one, but everyone says the graphic is awful and you can see pixels. How bad is it?
Since you currently have 27", 1080p, 60 Hz monitor, there is no difference, what-so-ever, in terms of seeing pixels, on 27", 1080p, 144 Hz monitor. Both monitors are in same size and in same reso, only refresh rate is different.

Now, if you would scale up the monitor size, e.g 42" or 55", while keeping the same resolution (1080p), then you'll be starting to see individual pixels, especially when view distance remains same.
 

Aeacus

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if so by how much approximately?
Hard to say. But in 1080p, there are 1920x1080=2073600 pixels on screen, while in 1440p (2K), there are 2560x1440=3686400 pixels on screen, 1.7 times more. The FPS drop isn't the same exact amount but it gives you some idea how much harder your GPU needs to work.

If i have to take a rough guess; 90-140 FPS @ 1080p -> 60-120 FPS @ 1440p.

getting 27in 1080p 144hz one, but everyone says the graphic is awful and you can see pixels. How bad is it?
Since you currently have 27", 1080p, 60 Hz monitor, there is no difference, what-so-ever, in terms of seeing pixels, on 27", 1080p, 144 Hz monitor. Both monitors are in same size and in same reso, only refresh rate is different.

Now, if you would scale up the monitor size, e.g 42" or 55", while keeping the same resolution (1080p), then you'll be starting to see individual pixels, especially when view distance remains same.
 

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