Luckbad wrote:Now I need to dig into this thread and find out how to make ULMB and G-Sync coexist.
Chief Blur Buster wrote:<monitor hackers>
Hackers/Engineers, there's ways of massively improving the image quality of strobed variable refresh rate operation (eliminating the most problematic flicker artifacts/brightness modulation artifacts).
For monitor hackers and engineers (the kinds who's been able to design high-refresh-rate monitors or develop strobe backlights), there are several algorithms that can massively improve the quality of strobed variable refresh rate operation:
Extra reading only for those handy with microcontrollers and know how to modify computer monitor circuitry.
kandor1978 wrote:Hi guys,
I got this also working on a Acer predator z35
Basically I have it so it goes to ULMB mode when gsync is disabled and at 120hz
So when I add a fake resolution and let the display do resize and not gpu and add only 120hz option in nvidia driver while gsync was enabled
It will add new resolution with gsync enabled at 120hz but monitor says its ULMB mode
Unfortunatley it does flicker alot, but its definitley working if you dont take the flicker into account
I have the fps display on the monitor and I can see it is changing the fps (hz) while gaming
Anyway maybe someone could try this on some other monitor and see if it does a better job than mine
It does not work when I try to add a fake resolution with anything lower than the monitors native res, but if I add even 1 extra pixel on one side it will work
Hope I was able to explain what I did, but its in nvidia panel and I add a custom resolution that has 1pixel more just and att it as 120hz
My monitors panel is 2560x1080
I added 2561x1080
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