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1440p Ultra(max) vs High(Very high)

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Does anyone know of a good article or video that compares 1440p ultra or max vs very high/high? 

 

I found a few that compare low to high, but not high to ultra in newer games.

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in what game in particular? and for what desktop configs?

 

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Nvidia actually does this sometimes on GeForce titles. 

 

 

Example:

https://www.geforce.com/whats-new/guides/shadow-of-the-tomb-raider-graphics-and-performance-guide

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1 minute ago, TH3R34P3R said:

in what game in particular? and for what desktop configs?

 

Newer games in general

Just now, FloRolf said:

Nvidia actually does this sometimes on GeForce titles. 

Could you link?

Just now, WereCat said:

Depends on a game and your preference and the particular settings.

Basically I just want to see what the actual level of detail differences are and their effects on framerate.

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so the benefit of having a higher resolution is is that the effects of AA will be lessened since with lower resolutions AA is applied to 'round off edges'.

with lower resolutions they cant display the sort of 'density of detail' that can be shown at higher resolutions. on normal displays this can be called super sampling where they use techniques to show a higher quality image.

 

now with modern power of GPU's is better to go with higher resolutions with maybe lower setting since these are mainly PP and AA

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