The maximum resolution for the display settings depends on the type of monitor that is being used. On a standard LCD or LED monitor, the most common resolution is 1920×1080, also known as 1080p. However, many newer monitors are capable of higher resolutions, such as 2560×1440 (also known as 1440p), 3840×2160 (also known as 4K), and even 8K (7680×4320).
For gamers, the maximum resolution can go even higher. For example, certain displays are capable of 3440×1440 resolution, providing a wider field of view with enhanced graphics. And ultra-wide monitors have a maximum resolution of 5120×1440, enabling a more immersive gaming experience.
For gamers looking to maximize the visual quality of their game play, they may opt for Ultra HD or 4K displays, which offer much higher resolutions than traditional 1080p displays. Some of these monitors allow for resolutions up to 8K, with up to 8 million pixels. This level of detail allows for extremely sharp images with incredibly realistic colors, as well as a wide range of viewing angles.
Finally, some specialized high-end displays are capable of resolutions up to 16K (15360×8640) resolution, allowing users to enjoy stunning visuals with incredible clarity. These displays are still relatively rare and expensive, but they provide a viewing experience unlike any other.