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post #921 of 2929
is somebody getting stuttering issues with lightboost on + tv ( samsung ) hooked via hdmi on pc (gtx 670)??
post #922 of 2929
If i wanted to add custom resolutions to cru. Where would I find all of the values I needed to add 144 hz and 60 hz. Im still messing trying to get bf3 to run smoother on lightboost. But atm It runs smoother using non lightboost at 120hz. It seems to have more fps drop with lb enabled. So until I find the solution I would like to be able to run non lb modes.
post #923 of 2929
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If i wanted to add custom resolutions to cru. Where would I find all of the values I needed to add 144 hz and 60 hz. Im still messing trying to get bf3 to run smoother on lightboost. But atm It runs smoother using non lightboost at 120hz. It seems to have more fps drop with lb enabled. So until I find the solution I would like to be able to run non lb modes.

just import ur resos from this file http://ul.to/347rvunp
post #924 of 2929
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Originally Posted by tsunamipop View Post

If i wanted to add custom resolutions to cru. Where would I find all of the values I needed to add 144 hz and 60 hz. Im still messing trying to get bf3 to run smoother on lightboost. But atm It runs smoother using non lightboost at 120hz. It seems to have more fps drop with lb enabled. So until I find the solution I would like to be able to run non lb modes.

Yeah, if you are using the lightboost.bin file, how do you manually add the 144 hz non lightboost timing back? What are the values to be entered? the lightboost bin has the 100/110/120 LB settings and removes all others.
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post #925 of 2929
imho the lightboost switches off automaticly, when u change it from 120 to 100/144.
Edited by jeri - 4/27/13 at 9:21am
post #926 of 2929
thats my question, when using the lightboost.bin file what values do i need to use 144 or 60 hz also.
post #927 of 2929
For non-LB resolutions:

Use "Automatic - LCD reduced" for 144 Hz.
Use "Automatic - LCD standard" for anything else.

Keep in mind you can't define both LB 120 Hz and non-LB 120 Hz at the same time (only one will show up), so you will have to define something like 119 Hz instead for non-LB.
post #928 of 2929
How come I can't set scaling to the display when using lightboost, it only allows me to set scaling to the GPU. Any ideas?
post #929 of 2929
what exactly u want to scale? Oo
post #930 of 2929
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what exactly u want to scale? Oo
It's just that I read that GPU scaling added input lag as opposed to scaling being performed on the display and wanted to see the difference.
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