For anyone who owns a 4k tv, sitting so far away, can you even tell the difference? Otherwise, set to 1080p and enjoy the higher frame rate and ray tray.
1080p is noticeably worse on my 55" 4k TV sitting ~8' away. I think the TV uses integer scaling because the aliasing is pretty bad. 1440p is more blurry because it's using more traditional scaling (probably bicubic) but its still much better than 1080p for gaming. At this distance I wouldn't feel too bad if resolution was dynamically scaled between 1440p to 2160p if it meant better effects/ray tracing, as long as the AA filter was tuned right. RE3 remake's TAA filter was too blurry even at native 4k, for example.
1080p is a harder sell for me. AI scalers like DLSS are getting pretty good, but I think 1080p just doesn't have enough detail to look good at 55".
"We should make it clear that NVIDIA is a good company, and we respect their attempted transition into being a smartphone company." - Roy Taylor, AMD
I was looking forward to what Slightly Mad Studios was going to offer in Project Cars 3. Then I found out that CodeMasters bought them out last year .
They were working on PC3 for next gen consoles. Not sure what's going on now. I was looking forward to that.