Originally posted by Bad-Motha:Doubtful at that resolution.Why such powerful hardware, yet u play @ that res on 4:3 screen?
Originally posted by kylemilligan1234:i was recommended to go for 1866mhz
Originally posted by akiranyo:Nope. GPU has it's own RAM, and RAM frequency has itself very little impact on the CPU power itself. Even the lowest RAM modules will be faster as any other part of your system.Also 16GB is more than enough, you would be totally fine even with 8.If you are bottlenecking yourself with something, is the desktop resolution. 5:4 aspect cannot be called modern anymore. I would suggest to get a new widescreen monitor before upgrading any part in the mobo.
Originally posted by kylemilligan1234:dont know about 4:3
Originally posted by akiranyo:Depends on your budget. With a GTX 770 not even a 27" - 2560x1440 monitor sounds impossible. In the case that you have the cash and enough space to place it, cause they are really huge.But of course even a 1920x1080 - let's say 24" would be a huge jump over your current.
Originally posted by Bad-Motha:Then just plug your PC into HDTV via HDMI.Enjoy the visuals a GTX 770 can provide!
Originally posted by akiranyo:1280x1024 = 1 310 720 pixels1920x1080 = 2 073 600 pixelsNope, actually you performace will be a bit slower, due it must be more pixels to display. Though I would not worry about this with a GTX 770. You should play any game with max setting on this card even on 1080p.Here doesn't goes about performance but about visuals. Current games are designed for widescreen, there will be simply more stuff on your screen and it will be sharper, prettier.Your currents screen chops down or deforms and doesnt shows the true picture.