Originally Posted by fateswarm
Before insulting people go learn the basics. It has been repeatedly proven that for regular distances a regular 24'' monitor will need at least 8K to avoid aliasing.
Perhaps your are confusing it due to some people raving about how it is useless for TV + Movies. I'm not talking about Home Theaters, but monitors.
That is to make aliasing so small that you can no longer distinctly see it.
But actually it is pixel count that matters over pixel density.
Now I explained how it works I must say on my 3840x2160 reso I sometimes if it is a old game put some AA on it to make in nicer (also while playing ps2 games looks so dam good so sharp/crisp)
But on newer titles I rarely touch it as the performance hit would be too big and I prefer game play over slight(very slightly) better graphics.