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Can a GTX 960 handle a widescreen 1440p monitor?

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Hey guys, was just wondering if someone could help answer my question. I currently have a GTX 960 2gb running dual 1080p monitors. I was looking into replacing one of my monitors with a widescreen 1440p monitor. Although i dont know if my card would be able to handle it. I am not gaming on the 1440p monitor, I am mostly going to be using it to edit videos for my YouTube Channel. Any help would be greatly appreciated!

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1440p gaming wouldn't look that good downscaled to 1080p, so if you get 1440p for the visual appearance for editing, maybe get a 1440p capable GPU later too. The 960 can push the pixels, but it won't game.

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Well my GTX 960 2GB could handle my 4K TV so yeah I guess there should be no problem.

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