To scale from 1080p to higher non-multiplier values (UHD is simple) the upscaler has to make guesses to fill in the pixels. This may show up as fuzz, jaggies or something else.
In other words, I don't think this is broekn.
I'm new to the world of more advanced gaming monitors and after doing some research I purchased and installed an Acer Predator XB271HU gaming monitor.
I was amazed at how smooth 165HZ felt compared to 60HZ but when I went to YouTube to watch a video in full screen mode, I couldn't help but notice that it felt off visually. It doesn't seem so crisp and clear like what I was used to before. Is that because 1080p doesn't scale well with 1440p?
If so, is there anything I can do to remedy this?
Thank you in advance.