Chief Blur Buster wrote:VT1500 is easier than 1570. The use of VT1570 requires some reduction in Horizontal Total, since automatic calculations often tries to pad the Horizontal Total to compensate (That adds too much dotclock). So you essentially want to keep Horizontal Total unmodified (Reduced Horizontal Totals) while increasing Vertical Totals.
You may want to start over again to default, save the Horizontal Total, make adjustments to Vertical Total while preventing Horizontal numbers from changing. This helps a lot.
For those confused about Vertical Totals, see Blur Busters Custom Resolution (CRU) Glossary. This will soon become an article on the official relaunched 2017 http://www.blurbusters.com website.
b0t wrote:by the way, any benefit from VT tweaking if I game (in my 2 competitive games) @ 1024x768 ???
Chief Blur Buster wrote:b0t wrote:by the way, any benefit from VT tweaking if I game (in my 2 competitive games) @ 1024x768 ???
Scaling versus non-scaling, and whether or not you use VSYNC ON or Blur Reduction, etc.
There are a lot of variables but in the right circumstances, large Vertical Totals can reduce input lag by accelerating delivery of individual refresh cycles to the monitor, e.g. delivery of 120Hz refresh cycles to the monitor in 1/150sec (instead of the usual 1/120sec), etc.
It will benefit frame-capped situations and/or Blur Reduction situations, where you're forced to run at a refresh rate lower than maximum.
Generally, large vertical totals will not benefit top-refresh-rate gaming (e.g. 300fps@144Hz VSYNC OFF), but it can give VSYNC ON / Blur Reduction users a reduced input lag.
b0t wrote:I have a bit of a problem.. maybe its just my big lack of knowledge but.. when Im in-game (CSGO) after setting vt to 1500 180hz and putting -freq 180, it displays the resolution @ 144hz inside the game
Chief Blur Buster wrote:b0t wrote:I have a bit of a problem.. maybe its just my big lack of knowledge but.. when Im in-game (CSGO) after setting vt to 1500 180hz and putting -freq 180, it displays the resolution @ 144hz inside the game
It can be stubborn.
Try NVIDIA Control panel and add the executable file (Advanced settings) and change Refresh Rate to your preferred rate instead of "Application Controlled"
You can also use a bunch of options for the CSGO executable command line too:
-full -freq 180 -refresh 180 -high
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