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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 ...


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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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