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post #51 of 53 (permalink) Old 10-31-2019, 02:20 AM
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Installed the new driver, DCH, restarted , etc. No ULL setting in NVCP. Maybe it's a DCH thing. Tried with GSYNC on and off. Anyone else getting the ULL setting in NVCP?
Do you mean Ultra Low Latency? That's been in the NVCP for some time now. Though, my understanding currently is that it didn't work in tandem with G-sync. But it does now.

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KCDC, it should be in with the other GPU settings. It's been there forever, they just renamed it ULL recently

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Eh, may give this a try if I come across one of those oddball titles that ReShade or SpecialK causes to crash. Until then, I will be the one picking which filters I want to use instead of NV.

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