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Graphics Clarity Difference For Gaming From 1080p to 1440p

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A 1080ti will get better frames with maxed setting at 1440 the your old cards at 1080 on the lowerest settings. 

 

Getting a bigger screen woth with a clearer picture and able to change the fov without loosing anything. If you aren't willing to adapt to the changes you could love it. That's the hardest part. 


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10 minutes ago, Mick Naughty said:

A 1080ti will get better frames with maxed setting at 1440 the your old cards at 1080 on the lowerest settings. 

 

Getting a bigger screen woth with a clearer picture and able to change the fov without loosing anything. If you aren't willing to adapt to the changes you could love it. That's the hardest part. 

Waiting for benchmarks first tbh on the gtx 1080ti and what its like at 1440p i suspect it will be similar to the pascal titan x but im going to make sure first. 

 

There is a big part of me wanting a 1440p 144hz.  Thinking about 1440p over 4k for the next few years at least. Thinking yes there will be a 4k 144hz coming out soon but the price tag will be insane. And the preformance hit and the fps to hit over 100 most of the time in the lastest games not worth it yet. I get thinking its best to stick to 1440p if i am going to upgrade. And tbh the 1440p monitor i want has just dropped £50 pounds in the last 4 days lol. 

 

Need them benchmarks first. And i need to take into account if the benchmarks are based off a 7700k for example i need to take of about 15% FPS off for my 4770k. 

Want high frames over 60+ on good games for at least 18 months. 

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On 3/5/2017 at 7:42 PM, Sakkura said:

Just wait a little longer and go 4K. 1440p never became a mainstream resolution, but 4K will.

1440p already is mainstream in laptops and hybrid tablets...


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1 hour ago, RyGuy99 said:

1440p already is mainstream in laptops and hybrid tablets...

Not really. Amazon.com shows 53 laptops at 4K or above, 36 laptops at 1440p, 1,180 laptops at 1080p, and 755 laptops at 1366x768.

 

Tablets are even less likely to go 2560x1440 since they're not 16:9 as often.

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4 minutes ago, Sakkura said:

Not really. Amazon.com shows 53 laptops at 4K or above, 36 laptops at 1440p, 1,180 laptops at 1080p, and 755 laptops at 1366x768.

 

Tablets are even less likely to go 2560x1440 since they're not 16:9 as often.

Yes really. Nobody buys laptops from Amazon. Most likely it's a Best Buy, Apple store or equivalent chain. Those chain stores are a good chunk of 1440p. Best Buy is always pushing 1440p laptops in-store. 4K is usually not recommended by sales associates because of battery life and performance issues.  Tablets besides iPads are 90%+ 16:9. More likely they're gonna be 1440p as well.


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Just now, RyGuy99 said:

Yes really. Nobody buys laptops from Amazon. Most likely it's a Best Buy, Apple store or equivalent chain. Those chain stores are a good chunk of 1440p. Best Buy is always pushing 1440p laptops in-store. 4K is usually not recommended by sales associates because of battery life and performance issues.  Tablets besides iPads are 90%+ 16:9. More likely they're gonna be 1440p as well.

Best Buy shows 6 laptops at 2560x1440. They have 8 at 3840x2160, 300 at 1920x1080, and 180 at 1366x768 or 1360x768.

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Just now, Sakkura said:

Best Buy shows 6 laptops at 2560x1440. They have 8 at 3840x2160, 300 at 1920x1080, and 180 at 1366x768 or 1360x768.

I pulled up the tab 15 minutes ago. I am talking IN STORE!


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1 minute ago, RyGuy99 said:

I pulled up the tab 15 minutes ago. I am talking IN STORE!

In-store matters little since they are capable of upselling those ROGs for mom and pop.


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Don't see how laptops have anything to do with this. Sounds like a console peasant issue.


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Just now, ARikozuM said:

In-store matters little since they are capable of upselling those ROGs for mom and pop.

In-store matters the most since most people still buy in-store. That includes college students which are the largest market demographic.


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Just now, Mick Naughty said:

Don't see how laptops have anything to do with this. Sounds like a console peasant issue.

Yet you brought up consoles...That is off topic


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Just now, RyGuy99 said:

Yet you brought up consoles...That is off topic

Exactly. 1080 is the most popular and will be for awhile.


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Just now, Mick Naughty said:

Exactly. 1080 is the most popular and will be for awhile.

Still off topic.


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Just now, RyGuy99 said:

In-store matters the most since most people still buy in-store. That includes college students which are the largest market demographic.

College students aren't likely to buy an $800+ laptop. They'll want something lightweight, affordable, and with long battery life.

If SCF and USF were anything to go by the sweet spot seems to be 400-600 1080 or 768 laptops.


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6 minutes ago, RyGuy99 said:

I pulled up the tab 15 minutes ago. I am talking IN STORE!

So? The selection online is going to be more complete, and is the only viable way of getting comparable numbers. Those numbers clearly show 2560x1440 is a niche resolution and is already being surpassed in popularity by 4K.

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Just now, RyGuy99 said:

Still off topic.

Exactly.


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Just now, ARikozuM said:

College students aren't likely to buy an $800+ laptop. They'll want something lightweight, affordable, and with long battery life.

If SCF and USF were anything to go by the sweet spot seems to be 400-600 1080 or 768 laptops.

Then why are college students flocking to Macbooks???? lol That's the market for college students and it's not 1080p nor 4K. 


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1 minute ago, Mick Naughty said:

Exactly.

Do I need to sent out a report for breaking the thread topic?


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Just now, RyGuy99 said:

Do I need to sent out a report for breaking the thread topic?

Should, I have.


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1 minute ago, Sakkura said:

So? The selection online is going to be more complete, and is the only viable way of getting comparable numbers. Those numbers clearly show 2560x1440 is a niche resolution and is already being surpassed in popularity by 4K.

So? People buy laptops in person regardless of the increased selection online. These numbers in store clearly show 1440p is mainstream and 4K isn't even close to becoming that.


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1 minute ago, Mick Naughty said:

Should, I have.

Done.


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2 minutes ago, RyGuy99 said:

Then why are college students flocking to Macbooks???? lol That's the market for college students and it's not 1080p nor 4K. 

See point one and three. Lightweight and long battery life. 


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1 minute ago, ARikozuM said:

See point one and three. Lightweight and long battery life. 

See college student wants and needs: lightweight, powerful, a mac and/or touchscreen. Thus 1440p is the sweet spot. They don't really care about long battery life. Just decent battery life.


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2 minutes ago, RyGuy99 said:

So? People buy laptops in person regardless of the increased selection online. These numbers in store clearly show 1440p is mainstream and 4K isn't even close to becoming that.

Lots of people buy laptops online. You don't have any numbers from in-store selection or purchases. In any case, laptop displays are a bit off the topic of monitors. Amazon's bestseller list shows just a single 1440p monitor in the top 20 best selling monitors (and it's number 17).

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Just now, Sakkura said:

Lots of people buy laptops online. You don't have any numbers from in-store selection or purchases. In any case, laptop displays are a bit off the topic of monitors. Amazon's bestseller list shows just a single 1440p monitor in the top 20 best selling monitors (and it's number 17).

Not as many as they do in-store. You can spout laptop # on amazon stats all you want but that won't change consumer habits. As for monitors you have to look elsewhere than Amazon. Newegg shows multiple 1440p monitors in their best selling sort.


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