Now that the hype for the PS4 Pro is well underway, I, as a die-hard PC gamer, want to know if AMD (and Nvidia) will ever give us a driver update that would allow us to enable a similar upscaling technique used by the PS4 Pro? It's AMDs hardware in that console, after all, so if it's something that's inherently in the Polaris silicon, why not enable PC users to play in a "fake 4K resolution", with the benefit of half the performance cost? Also, the (in my opinion more important) question is, when will we see the fruits of that "better pixels" initiative that AMD started almost a year ago. (just google "wccftech better pixels" for reference). I really want my monitor and / or TV that is hooked-up to my PC to be able to put out 10-bit color and do HDR like the PS4 Pro can! Will PC games also support HDR displays? It's a bit ironic that in this case, the PC seems to be left in the dust of a fairly significant technological innovation by a console, wheres in the past it was always the pioneer of such things. Is there any indication on when such upscaler and HDR could be coming to PCs and / or PC monitors?