Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce Drivers Section' started by Astyanax, Oct 29, 2019.
Is this the same sharpen they introduced into Freestyle recently or something new?
It's the same just now accessable on driver level without needing to use GFE freestyle
this driver brings GSYNC support to LG OLED C9, E9.
For now the GSYNC is 1080p and 1440p 40hz to 120hz, 4K: 40 to 60 [when HDMI 2.1 GPU comes out it will be 40 to 120]
Also, If you check Nvidia GSYNC monitor compatibility list, only these LG TVs/Monitors will be HDMI compatible.
Time to upgrade my C6 to C9.
Working for me with HDR10 on a LG 34GL750 34
i cannot find the lumasharpen filter, i used it with reshade but i cannot find it in nvidia filter panel.
Some idea ?
Did a very quick eye test of sharpening in a few games by dropping res from native 1080p to 720p. Sharpening works, including games not supported by Freestyle (as it should) but...
Couldn't see any difference whatsoever between having GPU scaling on and off. Either something is bugged on my end or it only works on new Nvidia cards. edit: could be because I have "perform scaling on GPU" set in the Control Panel and it duplicates this setting so it was always ON for me.
To see any slider changes you need to restart the game. DSR sharpen changes without restarts but not this sharpen filter? Seriously?
You need to download ReShade filters separately from what I understand, they're not bundled with the driver.
Curated shaders by nvidia: https://international-gfe.download....ShadeFilters/v1.0/Curated_ReShade_Filters.zip
More "non-curated" shaders here: https://github.com/crosire/reshade-shaders/tree/nvidia
Don't know if Lumasharpen is included in the curated pack but it's available on the github collection.
The sharpening feature is a useless crapware in any case. (Nothing really needs sharpening, ever...) It's an indication that they are out of useful ideas.
Thanks, but i have already downloaded and put it in the ansel folder.
I usually use the colorfullness and lumasharpen filter.
i can find colorfullness but not the lumasharpen in nvidia filter panel.
If you actually read their description of the feature, you would realize the use-case, namely in combination with their scaling to improve performance. Render the game at a lower resolution, use upscaling (which results in a "softer" image then native render), and then apply sharpening to make it look less soft.
It can be a decent compromise over doing naive scaling without such improvements, or having to turn graphics way down to render at native res.
I see. It might be because you want to enable it in a "competitive" game. Readme file mentions that some ReShade filters are unavailable in competitive titles. I just tried it myself and in Dota 2 Lumasharpen is not listed but in Witcher 3 I can enable it.
ok thanks, i think you are right, still continue with reshade for the moment.
Which driver are you using? GTA5 crashes like none other. 2060 owner
Nice, NVIDIA has nor certified my Lenovo Legion Y27q/20 as G-Sync Compatible.
By the way, does anyone else have this issue:
Windows drop shadows look 8-bit.
This driver broke evga precisionx.Gives a direct 3D error if i start a game with precision on .
NVIDIA Studio Driver 431.86
i tried the rtgi shader and works, but only with ansel not with freestyle
Image Sharpening through GFE worked perfectly for me in CSGO.
But when applied through NVCPL and GFE uninstalled, the screen is always shaking.
Nope, thats a loadlibrary detour related fault in evga precision x server.
MSI AB has the superior OSD server.
Just updated to Win10 19008, so, I don't know whether it's this driver or os.
TT Isle of Man seems to be locked at 144fps while racing, where as before this driver it was unlocked and could go up to 200fps. Whatever is locking the frame-rate has made the game much less smooth. (Already check v-sync options in-game and Nvidia control panel).
GPU upscaling only if GeForce Experience is installed?