Custom DSR tool. Set resolutions up to 40x native !

Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce Drivers Section' started by Turdhat, Oct 12, 2015.

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    Oh ok, thanks ! I had to search hi and low for this tool. Seems not too many know about it. A great way to lock yout pc up is to try running anything at 12k. Ps1 emulators can do it but that is about it !
     
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    So now I can travel back to 1999 and play Quake 3 at sub 20fps. Awesome
     

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    NVCP will tell you what those resolutions are once you enable them :)
     
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    yea but the values in the tool need to be set :p
    and i have tried like all values now :p
     
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    The values are a percentage value relative to your native resolution.

    4.00x is 400% (2x2) 3.89x is 389%, 16.00x is 1600% (4x4)

    I don't know why you are trying to mix GeDoSaTo with DSR , they are different things..
     
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    LOL, thx I needed that:)
     

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    i try this,but i don't see different in my setting video resolution..

    why?
     
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    Ok, If anyone still using this program, I need some help here:

    The custom resolution seems to work but only the first set of numbers work, for instance:

    If go to 5k for example,

    First set of numbers are right: 5120 but the other # is always stuck @ 2400

    Thus 5120X2400, no matter how high I jack the slider, first number is correct, the second set of numbers are stuck like royal hell on 2400.

    I am using the old version of the program which works with all nvidia drivers, the newest revision only works with certain drivers.

    I remember awhile back I have gotten this program to work.
     
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    I use only the new version (Which works just fine on 378.66). And haven't had an issue in a while.

    You should try using the new one. Or PM Orbmu2k.
     
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    works fine without any issue on driver (378.77) ,Custom DSR Tool 1.1 R364.47+ can crank up to 16.00x (10240x4320) on 21:9 ultrawide.

    are you trying to reset DSR on NVCP ?

    check this guide
    http://forums.guru3d.com/showpost.php?p=5121671&postcount=3088
     
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    Can you do ratios smaller than 1? Like 0.25 to get blur-free 1080p on a 4K display?
     

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    DSR and GPU upscaling do not use bilinear processing so you would not be able to get blur-free 1080p on a 4K display no matter what, until we are given the choice to choose the algorithm used. Blur-free 1080p on a 4K display means that every pixel at 1080p is displayed over 2x2 pixels at 4K, and this needs bilinear processing, not the more complex algorithms currently in use.
     
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    Current upscaling uses box/linear already AFIK.
    What he's looking for I think is integer scaling. (Which is point sampling)
    Ex http://www.screenshotcomparison.com/comparison/203848


    FWIW too, I tried hacking the registry entries to use a sub native ratio with DSR once, it didn't work properly sadly enough. (Because 0% smoothness is equivalent to point sampling)
     
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    Its there an updated Custom DSR Tool that works with modern 4** drivers? Wanna have 8K on 1080p screen for some personal reasons.
     
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    Well that's cool.
     

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