[SOLVED] 2715x1527 res appeared in my display settings, screen is 1080p

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Is this normal? My screen is 1920x1080p by default and it is recommended setting which is I'm using it since long time, somehow today I noticed there is that, in the list of res, I never saw res like this before. Its a simple screen by Dell 60hz. Should I be worried about anything?

**Displayport via graphics card
***I used Geforce experience before for my games and I have a NVIDIA GPU, maybe thats why?
 
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Colif

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It is DSR

In the nvidia control panel there is a setting for dynamic super resolution, it lets your video card render at a higher resolution internally and then output at the 1080p of your monitor. It is good for games if you can still run them at the resolution but isn't really recommended for just on the desktop. You can choose multiples of the resolution of the monitor and I remember some of them giving some odd resolutions so 2175x1527 may be one of them, but I disabled mine to just show 1440p and 2160p. AMD also has a variant of this known as virtual super resolution although I haven't used this.
https://linustechtips.com/main/topic/820494-what-is-2715x1527/

Dynamic Super Resolution renders a game at a higher, more detailed resolution and intelligently shrinks the result back down to the resolution of your monitor, giving you 4K-quality graphics on an HD screen.
https://www.geforce.com/hardware/technology/dsr

its a feature of your GPU
 
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Thank you! it seems like this specific res started to appear on my computer and in my all games, I understand this is a NVIDIA feature which is nice, I set that up in my Division 1 game and graphics and the GUI looked really sharp and good however that increased my CPU heat greatly (yes not GPU, but CPU) so I rolled back to the 1080p which is default

thanks again
 

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