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Old 14-12-2010
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Graphic Card Performance regarding to size of the Monitor
  

My new Desktop PC configuration is as follows:
  • Brand name---ZT systems 7391Mi
  • Intel i7 Processor 870 (2.93GHz)
  • Intel DH55TC motherboard
  • 8GB DDR3RAM
  • SATA II 1TB HDD
  • Sapphire 5870 1GB graphic card
  • Windows 7 Premium 64bit
Now my thinking is swap the current video card to Sapphire 6850 or 6870. Due to this thinking I also realized and decided to upgrade the monitor. I am looking for some large monitor with good resolution. But I have some doubts about the effect video performance. How will the larger monitor perform with Sapphire 6850 or 6870 video card? Is there any big difference? Any good advice will be much appreciated.

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Re: Graphic Card Performance regarding to size of the Monitor

As far as I know as higher the resolution you will get lower performance. But the upgrade to 6800 series is a good idea I heard that it beat the 5800 series. It should be distinguished that this innovative card could not bang the GeForce GTX 460 1GB at 1600x900 but went in advance at 1920x1200 and benefit from a standard gain of 16% at 2560x1600. Furthermore, the Radeon HD 6870 was by and large quicker than the Radeon HD 5850, the breach being fairly outsized in a few tests.
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Re: Graphic Card Performance regarding to size of the Monitor

I heard that the new sapphire 6800 series cards are much noisy. If you are looking for a higher resolution monitor then I think you should go for other brand cards which would neatly support this feature without lacking performance. You need a quicker graphics card to sprint the resolution at the same settings but an elevated resolution. It is not the matter of size of the monitor. The performance of the graphic card is calculated by the resolution of the monitor.
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Re: Graphic Card Performance regarding to size of the Monitor

The Sapphire 6850 or 6870 both are the good graphic card with great feature. But here the 6870 is a better option for you. This is because:
  • Lofty performance in modern games
  • Can smash Radeon HD 5870 in some tests
  • Sky-scraping tessellation pace compared with Radeon HD 5800;
  • Extensive variety of supported FSAA modes
  • Best anisotropic filtering superiority in the manufacturing
  • Supports up to 6 monitors;
  • Fully-fledged hardware HD video translating, together with DivX and 3D
  • High-class HD video post-processing.
  • Incorporated sound core with HD bear
  • Sound over HDMI
  • HDMI 1.4a
  • DisplayPort 1.2
  • Stumpy power expenditure for its division
Some of the above features are also applies to Sapphire 6850.
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Re: Graphic Card Performance regarding to size of the Monitor

The size of the monitor does completely not anything to your performance, you can encompass a 50" at 800x600 and the resolution concludes how greatly horsepower you require. The newer monitors are obtainable to be sustaining 2560 more recurrently so here comes your conclusion, you can dig up a monitor with 2560 hold up but at rest play at 1920, and then a lone 6870 would be a enormous option, I?m using a 5850 and I was maxing out the whole thing at 1920 by means of AA so i don?t believe you would have a difficulty while the scaling on the 68XX series is exceptional.
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Re: Graphic Card Performance regarding to size of the Monitor

The Sapphire 6850 or 6870 both are the good graphics cards with great features. I have bought 6870 from ratetorate.in recently.They have reliable delivery service.If u r in NCR then they give u delivery in max 2 days and if u r not in NCR then they will send u in just 4 or 5 days.They are also having deals of day in a week.
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