2014 Blade screen question

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  1. mario64

    mario64 Notebook Evangelist

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    How blurry is the screen when playing at non-native resolutions such as 1600x900 and 1080p?
     
  2. Justinus

    Justinus Notebook Geek

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    I've had it on 1080p in diablo 3 and I didn't realize it wasn't native until I noticed the fans didn't ramp up (due to the decreased load on the GPU). I don't know about 900p since the GPU is way too powerful to play at that resolution. Even though it's not a perfectly scaling resolution, 1080p looks great.
     
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    bhc72 Notebook Enthusiast

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    A keen eye will notice the blurriness of 1080p on this monitor. It is hardly noticable while gaming though which is nice. Very noticable to me in desktop usage, browsing, and Microsoft Office however. Not a deal breaker though, I love this laptop.

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    mario64 Notebook Evangelist

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    Awesome thank you! One follow-up. How bad are the reflections with it being a glossy screen?
     
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    Reflections aren't noticable to me except during very dark scenes. Also the blurriness of 900p is about the same as 1080p.

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    Ok thanks. Bummer to hear that the blurriness is noticeable during desktop usage. Such a shame Razer didn't at least give the option of a 1080p matte screen. I'd have already bought one if so.
     
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