60Hz --> 120Hz realtime dedicated hardware converter or board?

Discussion about 120fps HFR as well as future Ultra HFR (240fps, 480fps and 1000fps) playing back in real time on high refresh rate displays. See Ultra HFR HOWTO for bleeding edge experimentation.
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Re: 60Hz --> 120Hz realtime dedicated hardware converter or board?

Post by shitalmistry1 » 06 Feb 2023, 21:09

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24 Oct 2020, 19:20
There are other pipelines (3 or 4 candidate pipelines) that may work for desktop-based frame rate amplification, so if any of the pipelines work, please post here. It will often require gluing together multiple software packages to daisychain it all into what you need it to do.

Hi ,i have razer blade 17. with 144Hz. if i connect external monitor with 60Hz and run any 60fps game on laptop and i felt 10 to 20 FPS dropping on external monitor. no dropped in internal laptop monitor.

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Re: 60Hz --> 120Hz realtime dedicated hardware converter or board?

Post by Chief Blur Buster » 07 Feb 2023, 18:29

Multimonitor can have problems interfering with each other (latency, stutter, etc).

When gaming on the external -- disable the laptop screen by tapping the Windows key + P (WIN+P) and then select "Second Screen Only".
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