High res for larger screen space

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    wr_uk

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    I have a AMD Radeon Pro WX 7100 VR Workstation Graphics Card
    which supports a max res of 5120x2880 and a
    DELL S2319HN Full HD 23" IPS LCD Monitor which supports a res of 1920x1080.
    I want to be able to up the res so I have more screen space. i.e the interface, icons. menus etc are smaller.

    Is it a simple case of getting a higher res i.e 4K monitor at roughly the same size... 23"?

     
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    A 4k monitor can do only a resolution of 3840x2160 in 16:9 . Although you will be much closer to your goal I will not reach the resolution of your Video card.
    This one may suit your needs:

    https://www.monoprice.com/product?p_id=34711
     
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    How many frames per second can that card do assuming you have a suitable monitor?
    How much power does it consume ? Will you need a new PSU in your PC ?
     
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    Not using it for gaming its for work.... high end graphics & 3D so is fps a factor here?

    Its a and new PC thats just been built which has a corsair VS Series 550W Power supply
     
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    Ok for power and fps then. How about two 4 k monitors and have the actual work on one screen and the ancillary stuff on the other.

    I looked at the 8K monitor Dell sells and it sure is unaffordable
     
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