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Mine is a Samsung curve 27 inch resolution 1920x1080

 

Other game specs as per recomended.

 

Will it be a must to upgrade to a 4k monitor?

Are the graphics going tombe doubled in quality?

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A number of the alpha tester screenshots Asobo posted were taken at resolutions below 4k, especially at 1440p, and still looked excellent. When sitting at desk less than a metre away from your monitor, 4k doesn't really get you much compared to a 60", or larger, 4k TV. On the other hand, 4k resolutions will require running the fastest, and most expensive, GPU possible. An ultra widescreen monitor would probably be more immersive.

 

https://www.digitaltrends.com/computing/best-ultra-wide-monitors/

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A number of the alpha tester screenshots Asobo posted were taken at resolutions below 4k, especially at 1440p, and still looked excellent. When sitting at desk less than a metre away from your monitor, 4k doesn't really get you much compared to a 60", or larger, 4k TV. On the other hand, 4k resolutions will require running the fastest, and most expensive, GPU possible. An ultra widescreen monitor would probably be more immersive.

 

https://www.digitaltrends.com/computing/best-ultra-wide-monitors/

 

The wide monitor route is the way I went as well, at least I plan to order the AW3420DW. I looked at numerous 4K units, but found lots of things I didn’t like. Native gsync compatibility was important as well so it plays well with the gtx2080ti sli setup I will be using.

I9-10900kf, gtx3090, 32gb ddr 4 3200mhz, 2TB M.2 PCIe NVMe SSD

 

internet - 300+ mbs / Honycomb Alpha yoke, Alienware monitor 34 inch @ 3440 x 1440

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This is a good video (4K Gaming is Dumb) from Linus Tech Tips on 4K gaming...

 

 

Anybody have a Samsung Curved 55" 4K TV? I wouldn't get a curved TV except I thought this might work good as a budget starter 4K for gaming. Does NOT have G-Sync and max refresh is only 60 Hz though. They only cost $500.00

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