Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce Drivers Section' started by stasio, Oct 7, 2014.
My Nvidia controll panel looks like this with these drivers:
Thank you very much for the drivers, and the modded inf.
BTW, I see DSR in the control panel with my GTX 670...although I have not tested it yet.
I reinstalled now and i did get DSR in the nvidia control panel, altho it went away again after the first reboot after installing the drivers.
I also have the DSR option in global settings, I didn't even notice it until it was mentioned here. Tested DSR out in Elite Dangerous for the Oculus Rift and it gave me some extra resolutions to pick, the visual quality did look improved for the distant objects.
Is the modded inf also for notebooks? You drop it into Display.Driver folder right?
And the option to pick DSR doesnt go away if you reboot your computer ?
**When i disable sli i get the DSR option back, when sli is enable the DSR option goes away.
Yup thats what it is eh haha i wonder how we can get it back
Hmm interesting, I can see DSR even on old Fermi GPU.
Tested in Deus Ex Human Revolution DC and it works perfectly. The only downside is that some UI elements also scale but this is to be expected. Can't wait to get a Maxwell card.
Just did a reboot to double check and it's still there.
DSR works fine here also.. Just tried a game and it detected the higher resolution and I was able to select it.
maybe its not available to 600 series cards for some reason
Where do you see the DSR option?
Edit: Nevermind, I found it.
DSR option should be in the 'Manage 3D Settings' windows in the control panel.
DSR - Factors
DSR - Smoothness
I found it, I tested it with Alien Isolation and it works.
Working good here
Working fine for me on my 680.
doesn't work for me with SLI the DSR, but disabled the option is in NVidia control panel.
It works for me as long as i dont have sli enable, tested it in a few games and it runs good. However if i turn sli to enable the DSR option juist disapears.
i found out why it doesnt show up guys. It is because i overclock my monitor through the nvcp so i guess the custom resolution makes it disappear (confirmed by switching it on and off all while sli is enabled)