Test 1 1366×768 vs 1600×900 vs 1920×1080 at the same graphic settings.


Test 2 at the same and different settings –

Total War: Warhammer (Ultra):
1920×1080 – 0:01 (12 fps);
1600×900 – 0:15 (14 fps);
1366×768 – 0:30 (16 fps);
All together – 0:45

The Witcher 3 (High):
1366×768 – 1:05 (26 fps);
1600×900 – 1:20 (21 fps);
1920×1080 – 1:35 (17 fps);
All together- 1:50

Fallout 4 (Ultra):
1920×1080 – 2:10 (16 fps)
1600×900 – 2:25 (18 fps)
1366×768 – 2:40 (20 fps)
All together- 2:55

Please like this video if you find it interesting. Subscribe to LT&S channel to not miss new releases. And comment if have questions.

How to overclock your laptop GPU:

How to fix low FPS on laptop:

LT&S on social media:
Facebook –
Twitter –
Vkontakte –
Help on Patreon –
Origin – nikvur12rus
Steam – nikvur12
PSN – vova128956732342

Comparasion done on Lenovo IdeaPad Y580.
Full HD Display (1920×1080), Intel Core I7 3610QM (2300 – 3300 MHz), 8GB RAM 1600 MHz, 750GB + 1TB HDD (5400 rpm), SSD 64GB. Geforce GTX 660M 2GB..

Nguồn: https://jaxbrews.com/

Xem thêm bài viết khác: https://jaxbrews.com/tong-hop/


  1. In my opinion, frame rate is more important than pixel density. I prefer 720p60fps over 1080p or 1080p60fps over 4k sometimes as well

  2. Display scaling does introduce latency, input lag or even hurts overall frametimes.. if you have to upscale a lower resolution.. or do super sampling. BUT.. if you get a monitor with 1366×768 and you run it at the native 1366×768 60hz and pair it with a good AMD APU… and play older games with custom settings that fit the APU best.. then you could get some really nice frametimes and quality. 1366×768 with SMAA would be interesting.

  3. Слушай скажи пожалуйста как ты играл на полном экране в меньшем разрешении экрана расскажи пожалуйста

  4. when i didnt have enough power to run games at 1080p at set them at 1600×900 and as I played in a small screen it almost looked the same and had more fps!!

  5. I just recently bought a laptop with gtx 1650 which is pretty good to play games at 1920 x 1080 (hooked to an LED TV), however no matter how many times I look at the differences between 1920 x 1080 vs 1366 x 768 on my tv screen, I barely recognized a significant difference. is it only me?

  6. bruh ive been gaming on 1680×1050 for years and looking at this video i can barely tell a difference am i just blind? Even though i tend to look at the graphics more than playing the actual game?

  7. 1366×768 is too bad for gaming i don't recommend that one just get a 1080p monitor if you want better frames lower resolution to 900p


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here