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Downgrading 1440p Monitor for more FPS?

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I might downgrade from my 1440p 60 htz Monitor to 1080p at 144htz. Will the change in resolution be noticeable? What are some good 144 htz monitors. And, will my 1060 6gb and i5 7500 get 144fps at 1080p, it currently gets 60 fps on all games I play. (Destiny 2, GTAV, CSGO). I understand that the upgrade will only be good if I would be achieving 144 FPS in games.

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cpu bottleneck if u go 1080p, personally i'd wait for next gen cpu/gpus, would not spend anymore money on ur current setup.


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If you do end up downgrading you should get 40-50% fps increase depending on the game.


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11 minutes ago, Zup421 said:

I might downgrade from my 1440p 60 htz Monitor to 1080p at 144htz. Will the change in resolution be noticeable? What are some good 144 htz monitors. And, will my 1060 6gb and i5 7500 get 144fps at 1080p, it currently gets 60 fps on all games I play. (Destiny 2, GTAV, CSGO). I understand that the upgrade will only be good if I would be achieving 144 FPS in games.

Your i5 isn't that great for 144hz gaming depending on the game

 

You can just lower your in game resolution, or use a render scale, or push the monitor back slightly.

 

24" 1080p isn't too far off 27" 1440p for ppi

 

should just like save up for a while and get a 1080p 240hz IPS display with Ryzen 4000 and big navi/30 series at the end of the year.

 

Or just get that kind of monitor today if you play a lot of CS:GO or some other older game that can run at over 200fps.


I edit my posts a lot, Twitter is @LordStreetguru just don't ask PC questions there mostly...
 

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What is your budget/country for your new PC?

 

what monitor resolution/refresh rate?

 

What games or other software do you need to run?

 

 

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