:3eyes::3eyes::3eyes::3eyes: Yep, exactly what i thought before i made this thread, but after a few hours of playing here and there I've managed to find something rather bothersome. To sum it up: Creating any custom resolution via CRU or editing the DALNonStandardModesBCD1 value in regedit : makes all resolutions above your native resolution loose color fidelity. Ive repeated this test on Window 10 and Windows 7, both producing the same results. So when i say color fidelity, i mean colors aren't as sharp, aka Bland or Dull. I use a VA panel which is exceptional when it comes to producing Black levels. That was one of the factors that made me notice the difference in colors and trying to figure out what happened. At first i thought that the Pixel Format was changing but that doesn't seem to be the case. It never changed. Ideally i'd like anyone who can (Guru's step Up) or is willing to test this, try it out and report back. Its very simple: Please ensure VSR is enabled naturally. Also I must stress that VSR only works in Full-screen mode, something i didn't know until a while ago. 1) Install CRU. 2) Run it with Admin Rights and add any custom resolution you like, say 1620p(2880x1620) or 1260p (2240x1260). Don't forget depending on the driver you're using and which card you have: you cant go over a certain limit. E.g 290/290x limited to 3200x1200 on 15.7. 280x limited to 2560x1440 normally. 3) Reboot! 4) Start your game and play in your native resolution for a bit (Say 5 minutes). 5) Pay extra attention to color detail, how dark the black's are, how much contrast there is and how much they pop. 6) Change game to your custom resolution and check the colors now. They should be much duller and not as detailed. Any one with keen eyes should spot the difference straight away. This weird color messing bug (feature?) happened to me on all modded drivers by Asder, but back then i thought i was doing something wrong. Its also happening to me now on 15.7. Now IF you did notice a difference, and you were running VSR originally : So on a 290x if you had up to 3200x1200, play the game in a resolution that VSR created for you automatically, e.g 1440p(2560x1440) or 3200x1200. You should notice that these colors are now also messed up too : aka Bland, Dull and not as nice as your native resolution. Please report back what you find, thanks!