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It does depend a lot on the scaling method used, but the bigger the screen, the more noticeable the difference between native and scaled will be. For example, a large 4K panel displaying a 1080p output will be interpolating one pixel into four. I use a 4K 28" monitor, but typically play games at 1440p for performance reasons (unless 4K can run fine at 60 fps, as it's a G-Sync monitor) - there's a noticeable difference to my eyes between native and scaled, even at that size.Yep, on the same screen. I didn't realise that 1440p would look better on a native 1440p screen.