It simply stored the Nvidia control panel state of the low latency mode setting.
^ The developer of Inspector removed the sharpening settings because they're now blocked from NVAPI access.
Or what if you type the number you want in Profile Inspector's Frame Rate Limiter v3 field?
That's essentially what Nvidia's Fast Sync is for. D3D's implementation of "triple buffering" caused extra frames to build up in the render queue,...
Yes I can. That is what the bit setting button at the top of inspector is for.
I believe this option is now related to G-Sync and your monitor/GPU may not operate in G-Sync compatible mode over HDMI.
The bit flags do appear to act as a modifier for the older limiter(s), but I haven't looked into the NVAPI in years, and it's possibly a NDA version.
This bit flag (bit index #29) appears to already be set on any of the values 23 - 255 of the "Frame Rate Limiter".
You said it brother :)
FSE and independent flip with true immediate + tearing (with optional Nvidia V-Sync/G-Sync).
What does PresentMon say about it?
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Ok maybe I'm just a geek but I thought it would be fun to see the effects of low latency modes visually. I don't own a high speed camera so...
Today I ran some experiments and came to the conclusion that the new hex ID setting 0x0005F543 is not what actually engages ultra low latency...
DriverVer = 09/17/2019, 18.104.22.16839
DriverVer = 09/03/2019, 22.214.171.12452
Older than 436.30 it seems, but thanks for posting/uploading.
2 frames works for me, and the hex ID setting didn't seem to matter, as the latency was higher than 1 frame.
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