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What is GPU Scaling?

What do you do when there's a video or game looking very blurred and stretched? Monitor scaling is probably the reason and to get rid of the issue, you will have to enable GPU scaling on your AMD settings, which allows you play older games which require an aspect ratio such as 4:3 or 5:4.

What is Aspect Ratio?

When buying a new PC monitor or perhaps a TV screen, you'll stumble on the specification called "Aspect Ratio". This is essentially just the ratio between the width and height of the display. The higher the first number compared to the last number, the wider the screen will be compared to the height.

Know The Difference: LED vs WLED

Short Answer There is no difference between LED and WLED. WLED is just a marketing term and means “White LED”, which is the standard LED in LED displays anyways. LED means Light Emitting Diode and WLED means White Light Emitting Diode. Did you come here to know the difference between LED and WLED? There’s no

Screen resolutions: 720p vs 1080p vs 1440p vs 4K vs 8K

Short Answer Higher resolution is always better right now, as the monitor is most likely close to you and you will be able to differ from the different resolutions, so aim for 4K right now, as 8K monitors do not exist right now. Do not get a 720p monitor by all means. A very important

PLS vs IPS – Similar Panel Types Explained

The great battle: PLS vs IPS - which one is best? Although the fundamental principles behind each of these panel technologies are very alike, there are some small benefits of having a PLS monitor. PLS stands for Plane to Line Switching and is produced by Samsung, who claims that a PLS panel offer 10% more

What Is An Anti-Glare Screen?

An anti-glare screen is a screen that does not reflect the light. An anti-glare screen can easily be used outside when the sun is shining, as opposed to a glossy screen. Glare means the reflection of light from a source (such as the sun) off a window or a screen. This makes it difficult to

Panel Types: TN vs IPS

Short Answer A TN panel offers bad viewing angles and color reproduction, but a better suited for fast-paced gameplay, such as FPS games. An IPS panel is preferred if you wish to have a great image quality and viewing angles. An important spec to look for when choosing a computer monitor is the panel type.

IPS Glow, Backlight Bleed and Dead Pixels Explained

If your new gaming monitor doesn’t look quite right, it might suffer from monitor defects such as IPS glow, backlight bleed and dead pixels or stick pixels. You were probably excited to play games with your awesome new gaming display, but these kind of defects can be quite distracting and annoying. The good news is that

Panel Type: TN vs VA vs IPS vs OLED

Short Answer There’s no best panel type. All panel types have their own advantages and disadvantages, so it is up to you to decide what aspects matter when choosing your monitor. For a majority of cases, the ranking is as follows: OLED > IPS > VA > TN. Each monitor has a panel, which has

What is Display Lag and Input Lag?

Short Answer Input lag (or display lag) is the delay between your GPU sending a frame to your monitor and the monitor actually displaying that frame. This is a very important aspect of gaming, where an input lag of 15ms is preferred. There is a hidden monitor and TV specification that no manufacturer actually talk

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