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User: james west



Both the monitor and the video card have various resolutions but the native resolution is written in a monitor's specifications, transition to high-density pixel displays that began with smartphones and tablets has spread to the quad computer monitors. 4K PC screens appeared in 2014, and understanding pixel density has become important when choosing a product, along with screen size and resolution. There are two standards for 4K resolution, “DCI 4K” and “UHD 4K”. Question of what is my screen resolution can be answered as: the display resolution of a digital television, computer monitor, tablet, smartphone or display device is the number of distinct pixels in each dimension that can be displayed. 4K is not standardized description of a number of physical pixels. It’s an approximation of the number of pixels wide something is (as opposed to the previous convention of how many pixels tall as in 480p, 720p, 1080p, etc.). Something with somewhere around 4000 pixels wide will be called 4K. So you have a variety starting from 3840 pixels up to at least 5120 pixels on “ultrawide 4K” displays, broadcasts, or video.

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