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Haha, GeForce experience recommends I play Skyrim at 4k on SLI 680 2GB. What an awful suggestion.

GeForce Experience can't tell that you are playing the game with modded texture packs. Vanilla Skyrim with a 680 would run perfectly fine at 4k DSR.
 
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Are you using OBS?

You mean the recording software? No, I'm using Shadowplay. Even using other recording programs wouldn't solve the problem since they'd either have to smash the screen vertically to get 1080 lines, or crop out 60 pixels from the top and the bottom.

Nvidia needs to update DSR to let us pick manual resolutions instead of multiples. For some reason, the indie game Waves will let me manually pick 2560x1440, which works great for recording, but no other games will. They're all 2560x1600.

 

OBS will solve your issue, you can custom set your resolution 1920x1200 and fit to screen on the recording panel from beyond any resolution.

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The drivers are working fine on my 750 Ti and I tried out DSR on Warframe; just setting it on the Control Panel wasn't enough, I had to set the resolution labeled under DSR through the GeForce Experience which was not fun because it decided to Optimize the game thus resetting my settings. I also minimized the game to check something and when I went back, my resolution changed and mouse cursor wasn't 1:1 with the lower resolution. wackosmiley.gif
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Hello.

Just installed the new driver. (I'm on 7 x64 with a 780ti). Activated the DSR functionality in the control panel.
Tried on the game OSU!.
But here is the deal: Every resolution higher than my monitor max resolution makes the game caps the framerate at 60fps. doh.gif
What am I missing?

Please help. sadsmiley.gif
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Damn setting doesn't show on my 780's in SLI, sad-smiley-002.gif
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Hello.

Just installed the new driver. (I'm on 7 x64 with a 780ti). Activated the DSR functionality in the control panel.
Tried on the game OSU!.
But here is the deal: Every resolution higher than my monitor max resolution makes the game caps the framerate at 60fps. doh.gif
What am I missing?

Please help. sadsmiley.gif

Could be they didn't configure the DSR quite right, and it's a leftover HDMI bandwidth limitation on the software side. There IS no bandwidth limit running a 1080P screen with a 3840x2160 internal resolution being downsized before it's passed on to the card, but maybe some portion of the driver software really does think you're running 3840x2160 (for example), and it limits the framerate in order to not have any potential issues with HDMI bandwidth?

I have no idea. Just spitballing.
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Could be they didn't configure the DSR quite right, and it's a leftover HDMI bandwidth limitation on the software side. There IS no bandwidth limit running a 1080P screen with a 3840x2160 internal resolution being downsized before it's passed on to the card, but maybe some portion of the driver software really does think you're running 3840x2160 (for example), and it limits the framerate in order to not have any potential issues with HDMI bandwidth?

I have no idea. Just spitballing.
Thanks for your response. smile.gif

Also some more info:
- My native mode is 2560x1440@144Hz
- Connected though Displayport
- G-sync mode


Ok So I tried DSR on Alien Isolation, now. And there it didn't limit the framerate to 60. (I can only confirm it for resolutions that are slightly higher than my native res. As i can't get a framerate over 60 in that game in very high resolutions such as 4k and beyond anyway.)


So it might be an issue with the game (OSU!). I'll report back if I discover more about this
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Thanks for your response. smile.gif


Ok So I tried DSR on Alien Isolation, now. And there it didn't limit the framerate to 60. (I can only confirm it for resolutions that are slightly higher than my native res. As i can't get a framerate over 60 in that game in very high resolutions such as 4k and beyond anyway.)


So it might be an issue with the game (OSU!). I'll report back if I discover more about this

Actually, now that you mention it yeah, my guess doesn't make much sense. I was playing Resident Evil 5 a few weeks ago at 3840x2400, and it was running at about 80 fps.

Game limitation makes sense, especially since it's not uncommon for devs to STILL for some reason put 60fps caps on their games. thumb.gif
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post #49 of 155
Quick question, I opened up the "GeForce Experience", I click the check for updates, but it comes back telling me I am up to date, Running sli 580's and its telling me that im using the 320.49 driver.
Should i just download the new driver via website??
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Actually, now that you mention it yeah, my guess doesn't make much sense. I was playing Resident Evil 5 a few weeks ago at 3840x2400, and it was running at about 80 fps.

Game limitation makes sense, especially since it's not uncommon for devs to STILL for some reason put 60fps caps on their games. thumb.gif
True. What's a bit weird though, is that it doesn't cap at 60 at my native resolution. It only does it with DSR.
Oh well.
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