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LCD pc input question 720 vs. 1080

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Just a quick question I have a 720 Vizio I've had for a year before I worked at hhgegg and love it I use it as a pc Monitor it was pretty eeasy to set up and everything runs smoothly I watch videos and use photoshop with no problems. Now later tonight I am selling my Vizio and getting a 42lg70 for a great price at my job well my question is will the fact that it is 1080 make the set up harder? Slower? I have a basic computer the Only upgrades is that it has like 2 or 3gb of ram so it's fast bit I'm pretty sure it has a stock video card. I'm using the RGB input should I expect problems? I'm pretty excited on the upgraded tv but am worried about this
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Just a quick question I have a 720 Vizio I've had for a year before I worked at hhgegg and love it I use it as a pc Monitor it was pretty eeasy to set up and everything runs smoothly I watch videos and use photoshop with no problems. Now later tonight I am selling my Vizio and getting a 42lg70 for a great price at my job well my question is will the fact that it is 1080 make the set up harder? Slower? I have a basic computer the Only upgrades is that it has like 2 or 3gb of ram so it's fast bit I'm pretty sure it has a stock video card. I'm using the RGB input should I expect problems? I'm pretty excited on the upgraded tv but am worried about this

Just be sure to set your computer's screen resolution to match that on your TV.
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Ok Ill do I was just worried the native resloliution would be too high for my computer thanks
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