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Whenever i enable DSR i can't use my custom resolution? I overclocked my monitor to 95 hz in NCP, whenever DSR is enabled it automatically disables any custom resolution and I can't customize a DSR resolution. Any way around this?
post #92 of 155
BF4 with 150% resolution is like playing in 2880X1620. Tested DSR in 2880x1620. So:

Resolution scale in game 150%



DSR at 2880X1620



You cannot see any really difference in image quality dut the performance hit is big:
  • 94 fps with resolution scale and 1.3GB Vram
  • 86 fps with DSR and 1.6GB Vram

if you zoom really really close you can see slightly better with DSR but the performance hit is really big for what it offers comparing eith the ingame setting.

Zoom in resolution scale 150%



Zoom with DSR at 2880X1620

post #93 of 155
@zantetheo,

What's your resolution scale, in BF4, when using DSR? Is it back to 100%?
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Originally Posted by Ardi View Post

@zantetheo,

What's your resolution scale, in BF4, when using DSR? Is it back to 100%?

exactly i set it back to 100% when using DSR

you can see it better here

Zoom in resolution scale 150%
http://i.imgur.com/kNPuZCi.jpg

Zoom with DSR at 2880X1620
http://i.imgur.com/E98YNcR.jpg
Edited by zantetheo - 10/23/14 at 7:49am
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exactly i set it back to 100% when using DSR

you can see it better here

Zoom in resolution scale 150%
http://i.imgur.com/kNPuZCi.jpg

Zoom with DSR at 2880X1620
http://i.imgur.com/E98YNcR.jpg

What's your normal resolution that 1.5x is 2880xblahblah? On my 1920x1200 monitor, 1.78x is 2560x1600.
Edited by DrBrogbo - 10/23/14 at 11:43am
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344.48 gave me quite some issues, had to revert back to 344.11.


I couldn´t bring my monitor back from sleep under 344.48 and even - the few times - it did I had those wandering lines and shaky display.
Reverted back to 344.11 and everything works fine.
(Thank god, already feared I might have killed my monitor or GPUs.)
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344.48 gave me quite some issues, had to revert back to 344.11.


I couldn´t bring my monitor back from sleep under 344.48 and even - the few times - it did I had those wandering lines and shaky display.
Reverted back to 344.11 and everything works fine.
(Thank god, already feared I might have killed my monitor or GPUs.)

I can fix that for you, power options, put monitor to sleep: never

just set up a screen saver
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What's your normal resolution that 1.5x is 2880xblahblah? On my 1920x1200 monitor, 1.78x is 2560x1600.

1920*1.5
1080*1.5

= 2880x1620


You're probably confused because 100*1.5*1.5 = 2.25x. He's using the 2.25x DSR resolution, because that is 1.5x resolution scale on the X and Y axis at the same time. That's how bf4 handles it - 150% means it is 50% wider and 50% taller (for a total of 2.25x as many pixels) and one of the ways that it's written in DSR

You're using only 1.33x on each axis to go to 2560x1600 (100*1.33*1.33 = 1.78)
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I can fix that for you, power options, put monitor to sleep: never

just set up a screen saver
Or...revert back to the driver that is actually functioning.

Talking about that. Even that wasn´t that easy. I just reinstalled the previous at first (with clean install option checked) but I got a bluescreen when I enabled SLI and Geforce Experience wouldn´t load.
Had to use DDU to get rid of it completely and then reinstall the functioning driver.

Now everything works as it should.
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