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Same monitor specs except size...how does that affect performance?

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Let’s say I have two 4K gsynch monitors one is 27” the other is 65” presuming both are being pushed by the same hardware (gpu/cpu) how much difference will there be if any in FPS per monitor? 

 

Any ideas?

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No, the size makes no difference.

The panel technology and driving circuitry does.


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9 minutes ago, Nebula93 said:

Let’s say I have two 4K gsynch monitors one is 27” the other is 65” presuming both are being pushed by the same hardware (gpu/cpu) how much difference will there be if any in FPS per monitor? 

 

Any ideas?

No such thing as a 65" monitor lol.  You trying to say TV ?  The TV will have input lag that is very noticeable if your into FPS games.  


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3 minutes ago, Turtle Rig said:

No such thing as a 65" monitor lol.  You trying to say TV ?  The TV will have input lag that is very noticeable if your into FPS games.  

Yeah it’s a real monitor was announced at ces...can be pre ordered on amazon now. 

 

https://www.cnet.com/google-amp/news/hp-omen-gaming-gear-at-ces-2019-includes-emperium-65-bfgd-monitor/

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Yeah it’s a real monitor was announced at ces...can be pre ordered on amazon now. 

 

https://www.cnet.com/google-amp/news/hp-omen-gaming-gear-at-ces-2019-includes-emperium-65-bfgd-monitor/

You serious.  Wow, this thing must cost a couple body parts to afford.  Nice find, sorry I jumped and said there is no monitor at 65"  I guess I was wrong.  Wow that is too big,, your neck will die,, I hope its curved display if not,screw it big time.


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3 minutes ago, Turtle Rig said:

No such thing as a 65" monitor lol.  You trying to say TV ?  The TV will have input lag that is very noticeable if your into FPS games.  

He did mention they eruptions both be identical except size. An example so to say. 

14 minutes ago, Nebula93 said:

Let’s say I have two 4K gsynch monitors one is 27” the other is 65” presuming both are being pushed by the same hardware (gpu/cpu) how much difference will there be if any in FPS per monitor? 

 

Any ideas?

No difference at all for frames. Increased power consumption would be an obvious difference. 

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That 5k in price will be 2k give it a year or so.  lol …. I hope its 8k resolution if not, its not worth it.. However the 240hz is mouth watering.


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Are you trying to ask if it is harder on your PC to drive a 65in monitor vs a 27in monitor? If so then no, your PC doesn't care what physical size a display is, it's all about the resolution.


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Posted · Original PosterOP
1 minute ago, r4tch3t said:

He did mention they eruptions both be identical except size. An example so to say. 

No difference at all for frames. Increased power consumption would be an obvious difference. 

So in other words the cpu/gpu power dependency would be greater on the pc pushing 4K to the 65 inch but the frames would be the same?  As the frames on the 27 inch?

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4 minutes ago, Theguywhobea said:

Are you trying to ask if it is harder on your PC to drive a 65in monitor vs a 27in monitor? If so then no, your PC doesn't care what physical size a display is, it's all about the resolution.

That is exactly what I am asking....thanks! I wasn’t sure to how to phrase my question o_O

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