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    Every since the Xbox One X was announced, Microsoft said that the console would output at native 4K on a 4K display.
    If a 1080p screen was connected to the console however, the device would supersample the visuals to 1080p resolution. 4K and 1080p displays aren't the only ones on the market though, and a lot of gamers prefer 1440p monitors. We haven't heard much about 1440p displays since the console was announced, so many figured that the Xbox One X would just display a 1080p supersampled image even though a 1440p display was connected. This would result in a less-than-optimal picture. Luckily, that isn't the case.

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    11-01-2017 01:00 PM

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