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Is there actually much difference between native resolution and VSR/DSR in quality?
If there's not why don't people just get 1080p high refresh rate/gsync/freesync and use DSR/VSR for 1440p and 4k?
I must be missing something.

4k DSR resolution on a 1080p monitor is still nothing but 1920x1080 pixels, not really giving you any new visual information. Fancy anti-aliasing if you wish.
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post #32 of 112
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Is there actually much difference between native resolution and VSR/DSR in quality?
If there's not why don't people just get 1080p high refresh rate/gsync/freesync and use DSR/VSR for 1440p and 4k?
I must be missing something.
This is a loaded question. DPI and depth are significant factors in determining visual quality. Given both as constants, native will always be sharper.
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How about no Dell...
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27" 1920x1080, what the heck, even 24" is too large for 1920x1080 and one can see the pixels clearly let alone on a 27".

So that's a NO for both of those monitors Dell.

I would consider 27"+ 2560x1440px+ IPS <5ms with FreeSync/VESA adaptive sync and ultra low motion blur. I don't need the FreeSync validation from AMD, VESA is fine.
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27" 1920x1080, what the heck, even 24" is too large for 1920x1080 and one can see the pixels clearly let alone on a 27".

So that's a NO for both of those monitors Dell.

I would consider 27"+ 2560x1440px+ IPS <5ms with FreeSync/VESA adaptive sync and ultra low motion blur. I don't need the FreeSync validation from AMD, VESA is fine.

Wishful thinking... ULMB is exclusive to the G-Sync module thus far and is said to be superior to Light Boost (which I've never used). On that note, 2560x1440@144Hz OLED with VESA Adaptive sync and <16ms input response would solve all monitor needs for a long time. You have GPUs that can drive that today, HDR, natural (flicker-free) motion clarity, and lastly no frame tearing via a universal standard.
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Wishful thinking... ULMB is exclusive to the G-Sync module
Both Eizo's and Benq's backlight strobing implementations on their Freesync monitors (and otherwise) are superior to Nvidia's ULMB.
    
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They messed up with those. What the hell is going on with these PC monitor manufacturers ???
    
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4k DSR resolution on a 1080p monitor is still nothing but 1920x1080 pixels, not really giving you any new visual information. Fancy anti-aliasing if you wish.

4K DSR at 1080p is roughly the same experience as 1440p with 4x aa. You don't get more pixels, but you do get to read your pixels much, much better.

I say this having just come from a 1080p tv/monitor to a 4k tv/monitor.
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Both Eizo's and Benq's backlight strobing implementations on their Freesync monitors (and otherwise) are superior to Nvidia's ULMB.
Consider me interested. Would this info be on tftcentral?
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Both Eizo's and Benq's backlight strobing implementations on their Freesync monitors (and otherwise) are superior to Nvidia's ULMB.
Consider me interested. Would this info be on tftcentral?
Yes.

http://www.tftcentral.co.uk/reviews/benq_xl2730z.htm


http://www.tftcentral.co.uk/reviews/eizo_foris_fs2735.htm
    
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Noooooo. As far as I'm concerned, a 24" display should be 1920x1080 and a 27" should be 2560x1440. Dell have gotten these the wrong way around.
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