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You won't have scaling regardless of the setting, if 1920x1080 is the native resolution of the monitor.
If you're at 1440p, however and trying to use 1920x1080@144hz, it will ALWAYS be GPU scaled, regardless of if you have GPU scaling enabled or disabled. Easy way to test for that?

Set monitor desktop to 2560x1440@144hz.
Open monitor OSD.
Switch the desktop to 1920x1080@144hz.

if the screen instantly resizes without blacking out, and the monitor OSD doesn't refresh, then GPU scaling is being used.
(This is assuming you're on a 25600x1440 monitor of course).

the ONLY way to get 1920x1080@144hz to be DISPLAY SCALED on a 1440p screen is to CREATE a manual resolution of 1920x1080 with a reduced vertical total (VT) of 1098, and then if you turn off GPU scaling in the drivers, it will be display scaled.

You can use the "1098 VT" trick for other low resolutions at 144hz, like 1280x1024@144hz, 1024x768@144hz, etc. That's the ONLY way this will work, as 144hz can't use standard timings.
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You're good
post #33 of 67
@Falkentyne

Have you got any idea if "Reduced Blanking" has any benefit, always wondered?
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post #34 of 67
Because everyone here seems to have the premise that Nvidia Drivers are affecting their input devices then why hasn't anyone thought of replacing their Graphic Cards with an AMD one?

Not trying to start all out warfare here between the AMD mob and the Nvidia Fanatics but it goes to show, that hardware might need to be changed instead of waiting for that specific firmware/software update.
post #35 of 67
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@Falkentyne

Have you got any idea if "Reduced Blanking" has any benefit, always wondered?

Reduced blanking aka lower vertical total is for refresh rates higher than 123 hz.
Refresh rates 124-144hz working without reduced blank all depends on the monitor. Some 2414 Xstar or whatever monitors they are can either go to 180 Hz with reduced blank (1098 VT) or 150 Hz with normal VT. Most monitors will display an out of range error past 128hz unless you reduce the vertical total.

Manually reducing the VT for standard refresh rates has absolutely NO benefit, and could potentially cause the monitor to think it's at a wrong refresh rate, as it expects a certain VT for 'standard' refresh rates.
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post #36 of 67
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The display supports 120hz max, when you set 144 you are automatically using gpu scaling.
http://www.benq.com/product/monitor/xl2411t
but it states 144hz?
post #37 of 67
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Originally Posted by kurtextrem View Post

http://www.benq.com/product/monitor/xl2411t
but it states 144hz?

That's because it is able to run 144hz, just doesn't mean that display scaling is going to work if you have it on 144.

I just tested and I can only use display scaling (through the monitor buttons) when set to 120hz. I have the exact same monitor.
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That's because it is able to run 144hz, just doesn't mean that display scaling is going to work if you have it on 144.

I just tested and I can only use display scaling (through the monitor buttons) when set to 120hz. I have the exact same monitor.
Ah, thank you. So native res is in 144hz, but others (maybe) aren't.
post #39 of 67
I have an asus rog swift pg278q native res is 2560x1440 but I play csgo @ 1920x1440. It should be running at 144hz right? O.o
post #40 of 67
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Originally Posted by kurtextrem View Post

Ah, thank you. So native res is in 144hz, but others (maybe) aren't.

No. It is able to run 144hz in all resolutions... it's just that you can't use display scaling through the monitor to put on blackbars, it has to be done through nvidia/amd controlpanel instead. It's the same when you upgrade to Windows 10, then display scaling doesn't work either, but somebody posted a link to how to enable display scaling in win10 up there somewhere.
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