2440 x 1440 Team Fortress 2 Resolution

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There are a lot of gamers out there who think that modifying the resolution of their games will improve performance. While this may be true in some cases, it’s not always the best option. 

In fact, modifying the resolution of Team Fortress 2 can have some pretty negative consequences. Here’s what you need to know about playing TF2 at a modified resolution.

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What Will Happen If You Modify the Resolution of the Game?

If you choose 1440p over 1080p, you will notice a reduction in frame rate. The reasoning behind this is simple: 1920 x 1080 resolution equals 2,073,600 pixels, which means your GPU has to push those pixels multiple times per second. 

If you use 2560 x 1440, which equals 3,686,400 pixels, your GPU has to push 1,612,800 pixels more times per second. This is more demanding and will cause your performance to be slower.

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However, certain technologies, like Nvidia’s DLSS 2.0 [1], can be highly useful in this case, but not all games support it. 

DLSS, or deep learning super sampling, is a feature that allows you to play at a lower resolution or keep to your standard resolution but increase the detail by using higher-resolution images of the video game that are stored locally in the GPU drivers. 

This can make the game seem as if it is being played at a higher resolution than it is. Another major feature is that it can become less taxing on your GPU, allowing you to get better performance.

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Matthew Paxton
Matthew Paxton
Mathew has nursed a love of video games since childhood. Now, as an adult, he enjoys playing challenging games as much as he enjoys relating with other gamers. Matthew created Hypernia to give gamers like himself accurate and reliable information about games, servers, communication protocols, and much more.

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