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If I buy a monitor 1920x1080, comparing it with one 1366x768, is there so much difference? I intend to use both but I have OCD and that could fuck my mind.
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>>64131805
>but I have OCD
you mean autism
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>>64131805
Yeah there's a huge difference.
They're gonna fuck the shit out of your mind
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>>64131805

I personally compared a 1920x1080 13.3" screen I had used for a year and a half to a 1366x768 13.3" and I could notice the difference.
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>(1920*1080)/(1366*768)=1,977
>1920x1080 has 97,7% more pixels
You be the judge.
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>>64131890
They have different sizes. The 1366 is 20" and 1920 is 32".
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>>64132059
Google 'ppi calculator' and check how much the PPI (pixels per inch) differs on them. The bigger the difference the bigger the scaling issue will be when you drag windows between monitors.
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>>64131805
Anything below 4K is blurry
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>>64132834
Yeah, but I'm in Brazil. A 4K monitor is just like $2000, being minimum wage around $950.
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>>64133009
I was joking anon
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>>64132059
>The 1366 is 20" and 1920 is 32".
Do you sit 30 feet from the screen or something? Those pixels are fuckhuge.
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>>64131805
>is there so much difference?
yes
>I have OCD
It bothers me how "I have OCD" replaced "it bothers me". I guess I have OCD
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>>64131805
Probably but it really depends on the sizes of the screens




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