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1050 Ti 4GB with 27 inch 2k 144hz display + 1080p 24 inch 60hz

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What do you mean by a "problem"?

 

Let's address one thing right off the bat, the physical size of a monitor is irrelevant to performance. Only resolution matters. Your graphics card treats a 27" 1440p display and a 7" 1440p display (if such a thing existed besides ones in phones) exactly the same because the number of pixels it has to push is the same. 

 

Your 1050 ti can handle both monitors just fine for web-browsing, schoolwork, etc.

 

If you want to play DOTA 2 on the new monitor, you're not going to be able to to max it out and get 144fps. 

Do you  think I will have a problem with my GPU 1050 Ti OC 4 GB with dual monitors setup?

I am currently using 1080p 24 Inch 60hz and

I am planning to buy a new monitor 27 inch 2k 144hz.

 

I play DOTA 2, thats and lots of college work.

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What do you mean by a "problem"?

 

Let's address one thing right off the bat, the physical size of a monitor is irrelevant to performance. Only resolution matters. Your graphics card treats a 27" 1440p display and a 7" 1440p display (if such a thing existed besides ones in phones) exactly the same because the number of pixels it has to push is the same. 

 

Your 1050 ti can handle both monitors just fine for web-browsing, schoolwork, etc.

 

If you want to play DOTA 2 on the new monitor, you're not going to be able to to max it out and get 144fps. 

Friends don't let friends use Userbenchmark. Ban the term "bottleneck." Corps aren't your friends. If the PC does what you need it to do well enough, it's good enough. Don't build the "best" system, build the system that makes you happy. 

 

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2 minutes ago, Middcore said:

What do you mean by a "problem"?

 

Let's address one thing right off the bat, the physical size of a monitor is irrelevant to performance. Only resolution matters. Your graphics card treats a 27" 1440p display and a 7" 1440p display (if such a thing existed besides ones in phones) exactly the same because the number of pixels it has to push is the same. 

 

Your 1050 ti can handle both monitors just fine for web-browsing, schoolwork, etc.

 

If you want to play DOTA 2 on the new monitor, you're not going to be able to to max it out and get 144fps. 

Not maxing out a 144fps is because of the GPU right? I get aroud 100 fps in my current setup.

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Just now, Andrewxe said:

Not maxing out a 144fps is because of the GPU right?

 

Correct, a 1050 ti can't push the game at 144fps at 1440p resolution, at least not without turning graphical settings down significantly. And DOTA 2 is a relatively easy game to run, anything more intensive, forget it. 1050 ti is an entry-level 1080p gaming card and no more. 

Friends don't let friends use Userbenchmark. Ban the term "bottleneck." Corps aren't your friends. If the PC does what you need it to do well enough, it's good enough. Don't build the "best" system, build the system that makes you happy. 

 

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