Sorry that the title is a bit confusing, I’m not sure how to describe it. I have a dell S2719DGF, it’s 1440p, 155hz, and has AMD freesync. So I have an AMD graphics card, and, I don’t know if this is important or not, I enabled virtual super resolution. So, when I look in my windows display settings, I see that I can change my resolution to 2160p! What happens when I change it? I have a second monitor that is 900p, and it also has a higher resolution setting, when I change it to anything higher than the recommended then it says “output not supported”, but when I change my main monitor to 4K it works. Is it really a higher resolution, or is it losing 4K, but the monitor only displays 1440p? Will it put more strain on my graphics card/cpu for losing more pixels that I can’t display? Also, if I take a screenshot, or I record with obs, can I do that in 4K? I’m just a little confused on this, and can someone clear it up?