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2560x1440 Overwatch 2 1440P Resolution Wallpape...

All throughout my time on OW1, I played on 1920x1080 resolution--a downscaling from my monitor's native resolution of 2560x1440--with no problems. Unfortunately ever since OW2 was released, selecting 1920x1080 in video settings causes black bars to crop up all around the Overwatch gameplay.

2560x1440 Overwatch 2 1440P Resolution Wallpape...

Perennial performance problem child Elden Ring can benefit too. On Medium quality, I averaged 46fps with the resolution at native 1440p; dropping this to 1080p, with RSR doing the rest, brought the frame rate up to 59fps.

I was actually using an 1440p monitor with native 2560x1440 resolution with 75% renderscale that has approximately the same impact on GPU load as 1080p with 100% renderscale but without scaling/blurring the text/menus/crosshair/hud/etc.

The HP OMEN 27c is good for mixed usage. It's designed for gaming and offers great performance as it has a fast 240Hz refresh rate. It also has VRR support, a quick response time, and low input lag for a responsive gaming experience. Sadly, it's not the best for HDR gaming because its local dimming feature is terrible and causes blooming around bright objects. It's decent for office use and good for content creators because of its 1440p resolution and 27 inch screen, but it has narrow viewing angles, and the ergonomics are disappointing.

The HP OMEN 27c is decent for office use. It has a large screen with a high 1440p resolution, making it easier to open windows side-by-side, and the text clarity is good. However, it has disappointing ergonomics as you can't swivel the stand, and the narrow viewing angles make it less-than-ideal for sharing your screen with others. Also, while it has good reflection handling and decent peak brightness, it doesn't perform well in really bright rooms.

The HP OMEN 27c is good for content creators. The screen is big enough to view a lot of your video timeline or have multiple windows opened, and it has good text clarity thanks to the 1440p resolution. While it has good out-of-the-box accuracy and an amazing SDR color gamut, photo editors will be disappointed to know it has limited coverage of the Adobe RGB color space. Also, it has narrow viewing angles and limited ergonomics, making it difficult to share the screen with a client.

The HP OMEN 27c is a great gaming monitor if you want something with a high refresh rate and high resolution. It's one of the few on the market with a 1440p resolution, 240Hz refresh rate, and VA panel, but it's not as good as its main competitor, the Samsung Odyssey G7 C32G75T. It has noticeable black smearing, limited ergonomics, and its HDR support doesn't add much. Although it's cheaper than the Samsung, you're getting what you pay for, and you'll have to make a few compromises if you're set on getting a high refresh rate monitor with a VA panel. Otherwise, there are other IPS monitors, like the Dell Alienware AW2721D.

The Samsung Odyssey G7 C32G75T is better for gaming than the HP OMEN 27c, despite many similarities between them. They both have curved VA panels with a 1440p resolution and a 240Hz refresh rate, and we even noticed similar issues between both monitors, like flickering with VRR enabled or the VRR not working at 60Hz. However, the Samsung is better in most areas than the HP monitor. The Samsung has better motion handling, gets brighter, and has better ergonomics. Even the contrast ratio is better on the Samsung model, but this may vary between units.

Despite some similarities, the HP OMEN 27c and the Samsung Odyssey G6 S32BG65 diverge in some aspects. On the physical side, they both have a 1000R curved screen with a 1440p resolution. The Samsung is a 32-inch monitor, while the HP is 27. The G6 also comes with HDMI 2.1 bandwidth, while the HP is limited to HDMI 2.0 bandwidth. Although they use similar panel technology, the G6 does a better job of rendering a deeper contrast ratio. On top of that the G6 handles motion better, but the HP is more responsive with lower input lag overall.

The Dell Alienware AW2721D and the HP OMEN 27c are both great gaming monitors. They each have a 1440p resolution and a 240Hz refresh rate, but the Dell has native G-SYNC support while the HP has native FreeSync support. They also have different panel types; the Dell has an IPS panel with better viewing angles, and the HP's VA panel has a higher contrast. The Dell offers better picture quality, as it gets brighter, displays a wider range of colors, and has much better motion handling. It also has much better ergonomics. On the other hand, the HP has much better reflection handling, so intense glare isn't as distracting. 041b061a72


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