I think its called upscaling. But anyway, my monitor is 1080p (1920x1080) but I can now upscale the resolution with the new graphics card to 2715 x 1527.
So the question is, do I have to set my monitor to the upscaled resolution of 2715 x 1527 as well as in game. Or just set it in game and it should all be fine?
They way I understand it, the upscaling is internal. The graphics card creates the larger image then downscales it to your native resolution, creating an apparent jump in clarity akin to higher antialiasing.
You just set the oversampled resolution in the driver (Nvidia etc) and then the game, the monitor stays the same, as I understand it. https://www.howtogeek.com/316682/how-to-run-pc-games-at-resolutions-higher-than-your-monitor-with-supersampling/
ok cool. Wasn’t sure If I needed to change native monitor resolution as its now an option.
Just for anyone wondering with regards to DCS. I have turned off Antialiasing in DCS and use upscaling on my card. Looks good and a decent boost to FPS.