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How come 1360x768 looks better than 1366x768 on my HDTV?

#1KelysticPosted 8/30/2013 12:23:35 AM
Hooked up my laptop to my HDTV to play SFIV and SFXT. Both games works optimally in 1360x768; they do look better than 1366x768 on my laptop.
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#2chris121691Posted 8/30/2013 12:40:06 AM
Bigger screen maybe?
#3thatfool12GsPosted 8/30/2013 12:42:31 AM
Dat pixel density
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#4ShebeskiiPosted 8/30/2013 5:24:25 AM
It's called a display that isn't garbage. Most laptop screens/panels are horrible.

And it's likely your HDTV's native res.
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#5KURRUPTORPosted 8/30/2013 6:19:28 AM
I would say it's just the pixel density most likely though there could be many other factors. Having 1049088 pixels stretched across a 13-17" display is going to look more crisp than the same number of pixels being stretched across a 32" TV. The PPI (Pixels per inch) will see a huge difference between those two sizes, it's just straight-forward math.
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#6brainlackPosted 8/30/2013 6:20:12 AM
I thought only laptops use those resolutions and I thought 1080p is the default monitor needed in gaming what is this 2000
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