Yes, the GTX 1060 is capable of running 1440p graphics and displaying them to a monitor (assuming the monitor supports it).
Using the medium settings, which is what most Fortnite players use for a competitive advantage, the GTX 1060 was good for 158 fps on average at 1080p and then 101 fps at 1440p. Both are highly playable and enable an enjoyable gaming experience.
The best 1440p graphics card right now The best graphics card on the market for 1440p gaming, the Nvidia GeForce RTX 3070 delivers excellent performance – on par with the RTX 2080 Ti even – without costing an arm and a leg.
Remember, you need to aim for high frame rates as well as pumping up graphics options and increasing the resolution to enhance your gaming experience. And 100 FPS at maximum detail on 1440p would be better than 20 FPS on 4K.
In the end, 1440P won't be worth it for every gamer. Competitive gamers that are working with a tighter budget would probably be better off with a 1080P 144Hz monitor. Gamers that prefer visually-stunning games may find that a 4K 60Hz monitor is a better option for them.
Considering image sharpness, hardware cost, and gaming performance, 1440p is the best all-around resolution for gaming. It is the sweet spot between blurry 1080p and ultra-sharp but expensive 4K.
1440p is better than 1080p for gaming. Nevertheless, note that due to a higher pixel count at 1440p compared to 1080p the GPU, your graphics card, will be working with more pixels. This means that performance will take a hit accordingly thus leaving you with a lower frame rate as with 1080p for instance.
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Originally Answered: Is a 128GB SSD enough for a laptop? 128GB storage is enough just to handle operating system and major applications. Also to store basic document and office files. For larger size files (video, audio, Photo, CAD/CAM, Graphics and other multimedia files) I would use either external USB 3.
While you might be able to get by on 128GB, it's probably better to be safe than sorry if you can afford it. It's generally hard to add space into a laptop, and while you can pick up an external drive to use as backup or even day-to-day storage, it's going to add bulk to your machine and friction to your workflow.