Question Upgrade from 1080p to 1440p

adam.sanul

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So I have LG 27GL650-f so far its great but I used to 22 inch 1080p Samsung TV, so it's feel kinda blurry to me I got it after my friend suggestion, it's totally worth buy according to him, and tbh it's great except I kinda annoyed with low pixel density

Then I said I wan to upgrade to 1440p, but he said my 2060 super couldn't handle that, because it will be less than 100fps, and it hinder the game play, but the only competitive game i playing is Dota 2, , (i mainly focus on single player game)

he as far suggesting me 4k TN panel if I want a "crisp" display Then I understand maybe he value competitive gaming than visual fidelity(he got OLED VA Monitor though)

Then I still want upgrade to 1440p but i become not sure if it's worth it The monitor I want is LG 27GL850-b tho, the 853 is not exist in my country, Should I just upgrade?
 
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prince_xaine

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So I have LG 27GL650-f so far its great but I used to 22 inch 1080p Samsung TV, so it's feel kinda blurry to me I got it after my friend suggestion, it's totally worth buy according to him, and tbh it's great except I kinda annoyed with low pixel density
Then I said I wan to upgrade to 1440p, but he said my 2060 super couldn't handle that, because it will be less than 100fps, and it hinder the game play, but the only competitive game i playing is Dota 2,
he as far suggesting me 4k TN panel if I want a "crisp" display Then I understand maybe he value competitive gaming than visual fidelity(he got OLED VA Monitor though)
Then I still want upgrade to 1440p but i become not sure if it's worth it The monitor I want is LG 27GL850-b tho, the 853 is not exist in my country, Should I just upgrade?
The 2060 can absolutely handle 1440p. And in the event a game isn't hitting the desired FPS, during down a couple graphics options should more than suffice.
 
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I will write on a few sites about my pov because I couldn`t find replays with my views that I have now when I bought my monitor. I just went for a Dell S2721dgh 165hz 27" 1440p from a 24" 144hz 1080p(after i read way too many comments on forums) and I can say that the diff is not huge in games. I have a 5700 xt so capable of 1440p but I think is not worth it(if you are like 50-50 and don't wanna spend double the money for a monitor, otherwise of course is worth it because it's better). Visuals in games from 1440p compare to 1080p are minimal, 5% maybe? while the fps hit its between 20-40%. More noticeable is in windows where indeed for 1080p the text is not that sharp but is not bad either. It's still good just not as sharp. I wanted to go for 27" and everywhere I was reading that 27" for fullhd it's too much but I don't think so. For example, I play cyberpunk on 1080p because it's 80 fps instead of 40-50fps with the minimal diff in visuals(same for Control, RDR2, and others.) and I prefer more fps, the games move way better on 80 compare to 40-50 while graphic looks almost the same. So while 1440p is good, its nothing impressive like I was reading on all forums. I remember when I had to choose from 60 Hz to 144 Hz back in the day and everybody was saying 144hz is like butter and I went for 144hz and yes, it's so smooth I cannot go back to 60hz but on this matter? I think people are exaggerating a little bit about 1440p compare to 1080p. The good thing for 1440p is that is future-proof for a few years when graphics cards become more powerful, and you can still play games on 1080p and use your monitor in windows on 1440p. So if you have the money go fo 1440p otherwise 1080p especially on 24" but even for 27" is still good.
 
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