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Will a 1440p 144hz monitor look like a 4k monitor when it is run at 1440p?

i currently checked at 4k 60hz monitor. or it will look better than that

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Will a 1440p 144hz monitor look like a 4k monitor when it is run at 1440p?

 

Depends. Resolution that high doesnt matter if youre talking below 32 inches, 1440p would still be "retina" to you in a normal viewing distance. Refresh rates will affect your viewing more in a computer monitor.

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7 hours ago, RapidTurtle said:

i currently checked at 4k 60hz monitor. or it will look better than that

27inch 1440p and 4k diff is rather small but noticeable, 4k monitor ran at 1440p will look blurry, as with anything not at native. I think definitively i'd rather have 144hz than 4k 60

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A higher refresh rate will give a better viewing experience, but what matters to see the difference in 1440p and 4K monitor quality (pixels) is the screen size.

On a 24 inch monitor for example, it's hard to see difference between the resolutions. If it's 32 inch, 4K will surely look sharper. Some people say that on 32 inch 1080p monitors, you can almost count the pixels.  If it would be only 20 inch (or less), then you can hardly tell the difference between 1080p and 1440p, let alone 4K.

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6 hours ago, xg32 said:

27inch 1440p and 4k diff is rather small but noticeable, 4k monitor ran at 1440p will look blurry, as with anything not at native. I think definitively i'd rather have 144hz than 4k 60

yeah i was also meaning the native resolution. will 144hz look better on games or genreal usage also btw none of the videos are 144fps like youtube.

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15 hours ago, RapidTurtle said:

yeah i was also meaning the native resolution. will 144hz look better on games or genreal usage also btw none of the videos are 144fps like youtube.

Yes, the jump from 60 to 144Hz is much more noticeable than 1440p to 4K in games.

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