I want to try and keep this short and to the point, but i think a lot of people seem to think differences of say 80-90 or even 100 DPI are huge.
Back in 2007 i had a 22" Samsung 226BW, which was a very popular monitor at the time for it's very low input lag compared to others like Dell which had input lag 3-4x higher.
Now that monitor was 1680 x 1050, so it had a DPI of 90. Earlier this year i got a Samsung S27A750D (27" 120hz) that runs at 1920 x 1080 resolution. So moving from a 22" to a 27" you'd think the quality would be worse right? well, i put both monitors next to eachother and took turns playing Left 4 Dead 2 which has a lot of Aliasing on some objects like cars, thin pipes in the sewers etc.. it turns out i could not notice a difference between both. The DPI on the 27" is 81.59, so the actual difference in pixel density is less than 10% over the 22".
I will say i noticed Aliasing in Left 4 Dead 2 when i went to the bigger monitor, but comparing both monitors side by side afterward they were indistinguishable in quality. So, maybe going for a bigger monitor just makes you see the flaws in games more rather than an issue with the lower PPI it's self?.
At the time i had a choice of a 24" 120hz or 27" 120hz, the 24" has 91.79 DPI, i seriously doubt you can notice a difference with the naked eye of 10 pixels per inch, just as i couldn't over my 22" to 27"?.