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The DSR article is about a 1080 display benefitting from 4K rendering, which is the opposite of your use case. The image is a fair idea, except that 1080 is 1920x1080 and 4k is 4096x2160. 4096/2 is NOT 1920. For gaming, you're just going to want to use the monitor's native resolution so that the monitor doesn't tamper with the image. Certain displays ...


Assuming you have an Nvidia card: Go to the NVControl Panel and select the option for Nvidia Surround. After selecting this you will be able to select "higher" (combined) resolutions. ie. if you have two 1920*1080 monitors, instead of selecting 1920*1080 you will now be able to select 3840*1080 as your resolution. Doing it this way will make all games ...

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