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Monitor question, Spectre 32" curved $189.99 Walmart?

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https://www.walmart.com/ip/Sceptre-32-LED-Curved-Widescreen-Monitor-C325W-1920R-Black/54497871

 

I have 24" monitor and want a bigger one.

I get 20-35 frame rates in ORBX scenery areas, running overclocked i5 at 3.7 Ghz with I think 980 Ti card.

My question is the resolution on the 32" monitor, it is only 1920 x 1080.

My present 24" monitor is also the same resolution 1920 x 1080.

Will the low resolution of the new monitor reduce my FSX experience?

I sort of believe I need to keep the resolution down to keep framerates up. My framerates now are fine but any decrease would slow FSX down. And I do not think the large pixels will be much of an issue but am not sure.

 

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Hi,

For that screen size, it's better to have a better resolution than 1920x1080. Aircraft dials will not be as sharp as with your 24" monitor. If you are also using the monitor to do other tasks, the text displayed will not be good enough.

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I did buy the Spectre 32" curved , picked it up week later.

I do love it, it's cheap and sitting 2 feet plus 10 inches back, I cannot see the pixels (at 2 feet 2 inches I begin to see them). 1920x1080.

Like the big size of objects compared to denser resolution, have no trouble reading gauges (lots easier than my old 24" monitor (also 1920x1080).

 

Has 1 DisplayPort, 1 HDMI, and 1 VESA input. 1 audio in , 1 audio out.

 

 

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