Latest Intel driver enables dynamic refresh rate

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  1. Hilbert Hagedoorn

    Hilbert Hagedoorn Don Vito Corleone Staff Member

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    A Dynamic Refresh Rate (DDR) functionality in Windows 11 was first discovered earlier this year, it would allow PCs with high refresh rate displays to dynamically switch between low and high frequenci...

    Latest Intel driver enables dynamic refresh rate
     
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    chinobino Maha Guru

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    Requirements to support dynamic refresh rate include:
    • Windows 11
    • A display that supports variable refresh rate
    • Refresh rate of at least 120 Hz
    • WDDM 3.0-compatible graphics driver
     
  3. insp1re2600

    insp1re2600 Ancient Guru

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    "It was previously only possible to select either 60 or 120 Hz for Dynamic, but now there is also the option of selecting either 60 or 120 Hz."
     
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    It's DRR not DDR
     

  5. Dragondale13

    Dragondale13 Ancient Guru

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    .... aaand Win10 does the same thing, oh look it even let's me choose up to a whopping uhhhh one hundred and forty-four hertz... mind blown out of the asteroid belt...:rolleyes:
     
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    I'm wondering if WDDM3.0+ will be backported to W10 at some point.
     
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    Pretty much every technical feature of Win11 was at one point built into a preview build of Win10 that was then canned in favor of Win11, so signs point to no on that.
     

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