I didn't see a difference on my 65" monitor. But that has a lot of reasons.
1. Still images are harder to compare. It's much more noticeable in moving images. Our eyes do not work with pixels, they work with minute differences in color and light information. Our eyes are not built to compare still images or pixels for that matter.
2. The images were not fullscreen. Which means no matter what screen you looked at them they will be artificially smaller and therefor have a much higher pixel density, which is the actual thing out eyes will notice. For example on my screen the pictures only took up about half of it, effectively doubling the DPI.
3. The textures are extremely low res and low detail. Harder to make out details when there are none. This has been done deliberately to troll people, of course.
4. It's harder to see differences when you don't know what to look for. That's just a psychological trick also done deliberately to troll people. Now that I know what to look for it's much easier to spot the difference.
In conclusion, higher resolutions are always better and OP is a troll.
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