LightBoost on lower resolution

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Draculz
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LightBoost on lower resolution

Post by Draculz » 09 Dec 2018, 06:17

Hello, anyone knows, how i can set that LightBoost will work on any resolution below 1920x1080 ?
I have Nvidia graphic card and using ToastyX Strobelight app.

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Re: LightBoost on lower resolution

Post by RealNC » 09 Dec 2018, 22:23

Force GPU scaling in the nvidia panel.
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Re: LightBoost on lower resolution

Post by Draculz » 10 Dec 2018, 02:39

I figured out how to fix it. I just add custom resolution that i want to use in game via Nvidia control panel and set it to 120hz.

Works perfect! :)

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Re: LightBoost on lower resolution

Post by RealNC » 10 Dec 2018, 02:47

Draculz wrote:I figured out how to fix it. I just add custom resolution that i want to use in game via Nvidia control panel and set it to 120hz.

Works perfect! :)
I'm pretty certain that this is exactly the same as forcing GPU scaling though :-) Adding a new custom mode just means you get GPU scaling from that mode to the native mode of the monitor, because the monitor does not support the new mode.
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