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Just ordered the Samsung G5, anything I need to know?

In 10 days, my G5 will be delivered and I've never used a high refresh/2k panel. Anything I need to know? (Windows settings or something?)

Also do u think 2060 super will be enough for 2k with dlss 2.0?

 

*1440p not 2k (bad habit)

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2K is basically 1080p, not 1440p. It refers to the horizontal pixels, i.e. 4K is 3840x2160 (3840 close enough to 4000). A 2K display would have a horizontal resolution of around 2000 pixels, which 1920x1080 satisfies.

 

But, yes, a 2060 super should be fine for 1440p. It's obviously going to depend on the game and quality settings. You may not be able to get 144+ FPS in especially AAA titles, but that's standard and what variable refresh is for.

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Things to know:

Don't call it 2k, it's 1440p

The 2060s is a 1080p high refresh rate, 1440p60 card, (for AAA, esports 1440p144hz is fine) with dlss2.0 it might be possible, but still not great at 144hz.

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7 minutes ago, Chris Pratt said:

2K is basically 1080p, not 1440p. It refers to the horizontal pixels, i.e. 4K is 3840x2160 (3840 close enough to 4000). A 2K display would have a horizontal resolution of around 2000 pixels, which 1920x1080 satisfies.

 

But, yes, a 2060 super should be fine for 1440p. It's obviously going to depend on the game and quality settings. You may not be able to get 144+ FPS in especially AAA titles, but that's standard and what variable refresh is for.

ik 2k is not 1440p, I just always call it that (bad habit lol) and im playing warzone btw (monitor is 144hz 1440p for u LMAO)

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Just now, Stygian Zenith said:

ik 2k is not 1440p, I just always call it that (bad habit lol) and im playing warzone btw (monitor is 144hz 1440p for u LMAO)

Also um the one im getting is 1440p

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