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The Xbox One X will support 1440p displays

The Xbox One X is being marketed heavily as a 4K-focused machine, but it turns out that’s not the only way to get greater resolution than 1080p. Unexpectedly, the One X will also natively support 1440p (2560 x 1440) monitors, as confirmed by Microsoft’s Kevin Gammill on Twitter. 1440p is a popular resolution for high-end gaming monitors, particularly among players who like to prioritize framerate. While it’s unlikely that many developers will specifically target 1440p …

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Xbox One X will output at 1440p resolution when connected to 1440p monitors

Ever 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 …

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renders at 1440p 30FPS or 1080p 60FPS

The Xbox One X version of ARK: Survival Evolved will have two visual modes, as well as support for HDR mode. The two rendering modes will be “Detailed Graphics” and “1080p” mode.     Studio Wildcard’s upcoming patch for the Xbox version of ARK will be released on October 25, and will let the game harness the additional power inside of the Xbox One X, improving loading times and better streaming. ARK’s new Detailed Graphics …

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Raiders of the Broken Planet to support cross-play, run at 1440p on Xbox One X

Raiders of the Broken Planet is set to support cross-play goodness, as well as an increased resolution for Xbox One X players. Like a lot of upcoming games, it looks like sci-fi adventure shooter Raiders of the Broken Planet will pack a little something extra for Xbox One X gamers. As reported by WCCFTech, Raiders of the Broken Planet developer MercurySteam has confirmed Xbox One X will run the game at a 1440p resolution. It’s …

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1440p at 165 Hz: The Ultimate Gaming Experience?

There are a lot of choices for monitors out there at the moment, which makes picking one variant as “the best for gaming” a tricky task. 4K, 5K and even 8K displays sit at the top of the resolution charts, but everyday PC gamers would struggle to hit 60 FPS at these resolutions. Ultrawide panels are a personal favorite of mine – I love gaming on my 3440 x 1440 Acer Predator X34 – but …

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Nixeus NX-EDG 27 27-inch Gaming Monitor: 1440p, 30-144Hz FreeSync

Nixeus, a Los Angeles-based consumer electronics company that was founded in 2010, has officially launched their new EDG 27 gaming monitor, which they claim is the world’s first WQHD IPS-based display with an AMD FreeSync range of 30Hz to 144Hz. Since the devil is in the details, their claim might indeed be correct. Based on our research, its principal competition either has a similar wide adaptive refresh range but a TN panel (Acer Predator XG270HU) or …

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1440p, 144-165Hz, G-Sync, Eye Tracking

Although we have already reported on the flagship Acer Predator X27 gaming monitor, an interesting model that isn’t getting quite as much attention is the Predator Z271UV. By foregoing the X27’s more premium features like 4K resolution and HDR, this new model is being positioned as a more wallet-friendly option for the serious gaming crowd. The Predator Z271UV is a 27-inch model with a WQHD resolution of 2560 × 1440 and an 1800R curve that …

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