I have lots of questions but I'll keep them all in their own threads.
My first few questions are about playing ESO in 4K
Does ESO look good in 4K? Does ESO run well in 4K? Do all the textures go in 4K? Or do some textures run in 1080P and some in 4K? What kind of computer do I need to run ESO in 4K at 60FPS? Do I need a computer to be the best of the best to run eso in 4K?
Yes. I play in 4K. The main benefit is the almost total elimination of jagged edges compared to 1080p (I have not played at 1440p). Depending on zoom and how closely you look, character models also look better, e.g. especially if you take screenshots and crop them.Does ESO look good in 4K?
Yes.Does ESO run well in 4K?
No idea / refer to previous answers.Do all the textures go in 4K? Or do some textures run in 1080P and some in 4K?
I run it on a 5800X3D, RTX3070 and a 144Hz 4K TV with variable refresh rate support. I have limited the CPU to 8 cores (no hyper-threading) and the GPU to a 70% power target in order to achieve a whisper-quiet PC. With almost all settings cranked to maximum, but using DLSS Quality, the average frame rate is around 100Hz on that setup.What kind of computer do I need to run ESO in 4K at 60FPS?
No. If your target is only 60Hz, you probably only need something like an RX6600. That said, I don't know how that card scales to 4K in this or any game and whether FSR looks as good as DLSS. The RX6600 has about 60% the power of the RTX3070. If you insisted on rendering natively (no DLSS), and with every slider more or less cranked, you would probably need something like an RTX3070 to achieve 60Hz. TL;DR: You need something mid-range, not high-end, albeit mid-range isn't cheap these days.Do I need a computer to be the best of the best to run eso in 4K?
PS5 on an 85" - looks absolutely amazing.
Hope that helps.