I don't use super sampling because I really can't tell the difference, but that artificial restriction sucks.
I dunno what the difference is iiiankiii to be honest when describing it to a person. When I saw the screenshots when it was first released I wanted to try it. It wasn't til I used it on bioshock that I was blown away. I could instantly tell it was night and day and I couldn't go back. I can't describe it, but once I've used it, there is no going back to just 1080p.
I imagine the feeling is more pronounced for people who have 1440p monitors over people who use 1080p monitors. And even more so for people with 4K monitors.
But, I also use a large display (55 inches is bare minimum, I'm using a projector to play games right now at 80 inches). But I noticed it first using a 32 inch screen.
I really don't know what a game looks like on a 24 inch screen. But I can't imagine not being able to notice it, but I could be 100% wrong. Because I don't know what a game looks like on a 24 inch screen or whatever the size is that is popular among gamers.