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Downsampling from 4k to my 2k monitor

With the advent of rtx 3000, I feel that 4k gaming is possible. would it tax the GPU equal to or more or less than just having a 4k monitor. Is downsampling better than antialiasing? Or worse?

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4 minutes ago, cyberjunaid said:

With the advent of rtx 3000, I feel that 4k gaming is possible. would it tax the GPU equal to or more or less than just having a 4k monitor. Is downsampling better than antialiasing? Or worse?

thanks 

I would say worse. Anti-Aliasing doesn't have a major performance penalty. Running at 4K compared to 1080P definitely does.  

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I guess my real question is, I have a ryzen 3900x. Would that cpu bottleneck at 1440p or should I downsample it from 4k to remove the bottleneck? I am looking to get avg fps of around 100-120fps without feeling like I am leaving performance(gpu) on the table.

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