hammelgammler wrote:Can you tell me how you got it to work RealNC? I have an Acer XB271HU, it maybe works the same like on your ViewSonic. I would love to try that out.
RealNC wrote:The lower the Hz get, the more severe the crosstalk gets. Also, crosstalk is higher than non-hacked ULMB at the same refresh. Meaning G-Sync+ULMB @ 85Hz has more crosstalk than stand-alone ULMB 85Hz. But it's not too bad at 85 and up. At 60Hz, it's too severe to be usable. Maybe this is tweakable?
Not useless -- just extremely finicky.RealNC wrote:Once you've had your fill and discovered that this mode is a cool hack but rather useless ( ), reset everything back to normal by running "reset-all.exe" and reboot the computer. You'll be back to normal.
Chief Blur Buster wrote:It's one of the only ways to get "60Hz single-strobe ULMB". It's occasionally a challenge to trick things like emulators to run in GSYNC mode, but several of them work that way -- and this ULMB+GSYNC trick is in theory good way to get 60Hz single-strobe ULMB.
RealNC wrote:hammelgammler wrote:Can you tell me how you got it to work RealNC? I have an Acer XB271HU, it maybe works the same like on your ViewSonic. I would love to try that out.
First, switch to a refresh rate other than 120Hz. Like 144 or 100. Then:
That's it. You should now still be in ULMB mode even though you enabled g-sync. If you start a game and make sure 120Hz is used, you should get G-Sync+ULMB.
- Then run CRU. Find the entry for 2560x1440@120Hz. It's probably in the extension block (the box at the bottom.) Double click the extension block entry. Once you find the 2560x1440@120Hz entry, double click it. A dialog will open that looks like this:
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- Click the "Total" radio box (the "round button" that says "Total" next to it.) Then in the second column (labelled "Vertical" at the top), add 5 to the number you see there. If for example it's 1525, make it 1530. Whatever it is, just add 5.
- Click OK on everything until CRU closes.
- In the NVidia panel, disable G-Sync. Close the NVidia panel.
- In the CRU directory, run "restart.exe".
- Open the nvidia panel and select 120Hz.
- In the monitor's OSD, enable ULMB.
- In the nvidia panel, enable G-Sync.
- In the "3D settings" in the nvidia panel, make sure the "preferred refresh rate" setting is "application preference", otherwise games will automatically switch to 144Hz where this hack doesn't work.
Once you've had your fill and discovered that this mode is a cool hack but rather useless ( ), reset everything back to normal by running "reset-all.exe" and reboot the computer. You'll be back to normal.
hammelgammler wrote:Do we need a complete 100% stable 115 FPS without any variation (114-116 or so) to get no artifacts?
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