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Fast paced games do better with high refresh monitors, but otherwise definitely stay at higher resolutions.


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You will definitely appreciate the 144Hz over a 60Hz. I went from a Dell P2715Q to an Acer 144Hz 1440p whatever its called and I don't regret it. Considering I sold the Dell back for 50% more than I bought it. HOWEVER, that's not the point. I couldn't really tell a difference between the LG 27UM68 which is also 4k and the Acer 1440p one in direct same table right next to each other comparison. Well not at 27" at least.

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Just now, cris_cardenas_1 said:

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Yeah 1440p then


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1 minute ago, phongle123 said:

You will definitely appreciate the 144Hz over a 60Hz. I went from a Dell P2715Q to an Acer 144Hz 1440p whatever its called and I don't regret it. Considering I sold the Dell back for 50% more than I bought it. HOWEVER, that's not the point. I couldn't really tell a difference between the LG 27UM68 which is also 4k and the Acer 1440p one in direct same table right next to each other comparison. Well not at 27" at least.

So, whats's the actual difference between this two resolutions and refresh rates?

 

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I would go 3440x1440 at higher refresh rate like 100Hz. More viewing space and higher refresh rate.


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Just now, phongle123 said:

Pixel to Pixel. 1440p = 178% of 1080p. 4k = 400% of 1080p

A LOT! Like... A LOT! Considering you have a 1080Ti. You'd be hitting 144hz most of the time.

I have a GTX 1080Ti and a 1440p 144Hz (165Hz OC) monitor, typically a game like GTA V Online at Maximum settings gets me about 100 fps, which is very noticeable against the standard 60fps.

 

Note for OP : If you're getting a 24" or 27" Monitor, 1440p High Refresh is a much better option, A 32"+ monitor could be more difficult to decide.

Also, if you go with 1440p, you can guarantee a smooth playing experience of 60+ fps all the time, 4K may experience dips below if at really high settings

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My friend had a 4k 60hz and ended up switching to 1440p 144hz. I use a 1080p 144hz and can definitely recommend it unless you're super big on high-res media. High frame rate helps a ton for gaming whereas resolution feels minimal to me.

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30 minutes ago, geo3 said:

I'd take a 1080p 24" @ 144Hz over that any day.

nothing beats 3440x1440p100hz


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