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no Dsr for me on those drivers.
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D/L the 344.16 drivers. Will report back later.
the Modded 344.24 are working on my 780 however shadowplay does not work, no output file, and recording has odd behavior.

FRAPS or other tools seem to work just fine though on 344.24.
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Would DSR make processing power on a GPU more demanding as I'm expecting? Is this really a good way of playing games in a 1080p monitor?
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Quote:
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Would DSR make processing power on a GPU more demanding as I'm expecting? Is this really a good way of playing games in a 1080p monitor?

It does. However some examples of games that i can run at ~120fps at 4k: osu, league of legends, starcraft 2, heroes of the storm, etc.

Wildstar also at 4k and still be CPU bound for min FPS in raids or general large scale combat. I'm not sure about other MMO's.

I like to play Shadow of Mordor at 1620p (2.25x 1080p) with a few settings down because it's a nice way to remove temporal aliasing and make stuff look really nice in the distance, instead of shimmering constantly - but that game already has a resolution scale built into it which seems to be better than DSR (but same general thing) because it gives no concerns about UI scaling and it fixes temporal aliasing WITHOUT the blurring concerns that DSR brings (the filter seems.. not so great)

Those are just examples of what i play, on a vg248qe, 4770k at overclock (4.5, 4.6) and a 970 (~1526/8000). DSR is pretty cool because it lets you easily use 3840x2160 @144hz, which is rare to be able to set otherwise.
Edited by Cyro999 - 10/21/14 at 11:29pm
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Heads up!

The new GeForce Driver:
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These Game Ready drivers optimize your experience in forthcoming games like Civilization: Beyond Earth and Lords Of The Fallen, and enable NVIDIA Dynamic Super Resolution (DSR) technology on Fermi and Kepler GeForce GTX 500, 600 and 700 Series desktop graphics cards. In addition, the new Game Ready drivers add nearly two-dozen profiles for SLI and 3D Vision systems, as well as other changes and updates.

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post #186 of 209
Quick question.

Everyone knows that resolution affects mouse sensitivity.

Does DSR have the same altering effect?
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Quick question.

Everyone knows that resolution affects mouse sensitivity.

Does DSR have the same altering effect?

Here is what I noticed. No change in response, as in the mouse still responded to my movements just fine.
However in some games, Company of Heroes, at 4k res the mouse felt much slower, or rather I had to move it across much more space. I had to max out mouse speed to get it feeling functional again.

Same thing on desktop scaled to 4k. Movement was fine, but felt like I had to drag it across x4 the distance.
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yes in game i've noticed me jacking up the DPI/CPI on my mouse
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Quote:
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It does. However some examples of games that i can run at ~120fps at 4k: osu, league of legends, starcraft 2, heroes of the storm, etc.

Wildstar also at 4k and still be CPU bound for min FPS in raids or general large scale combat. I'm not sure about other MMO's.

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Those are just examples of what i play, on a vg248qe, 4770k at overclock (4.5, 4.6) and a 970 (~1526/8000). DSR is pretty cool because it lets you easily use 3840x2160 @144hz, which is rare to be able to set otherwise.

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Originally Posted by EchoTwoZero View Post

Heads up!

The new GeForce Driver:
I'm keeping the mod flies around just in case I have any problems. I can't say enough about how this mod revamped my excitement for PC gaming.

Interesting. So with the new drivers and old modified drivers, how does one enable DSR? Is it something done manually?
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Dsr only works if you disable sli. You have to enable it in nv control panel, then set the dsr res. in game. People are having issues with dsr+ sli and 344.42 + 344.48. Not just 344.16 and 344.24. And dsr is unsupported in surround mode too
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