Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce Drivers Section' started by Pill Monster, Nov 30, 2010.
i dont know what this program is doing..i see people r using this to force AA in to games? interesting.
uhh, nice PillMonster, you beat me to it. hehe...
Thx, for the Heads up..
It will make your games do do all sorts of things Nvidia doesn't want them to do - and more...lol
It's a powerful little app, better than nHancer even. It can be a little frustrating figuring out some of the settings but it's still new and gets better with every release.
I fully endorse it
lol - do do.
what does this do?
yea same here :nerd:
at first i was a bit scared of all the stuff in it, but its a peace of cake and yea its a very very handy prog, especially for making new profiles plus you can name them too
Thanks for the heads up.
Ooh, thanks for heads up.
I started using this since the demise of nHancer and it has got better and better. It's becoming more user friendly with every release too, which is nice.
awesome app very useful
It is a very handfull app yes no doubt. Just a great work
This used to be a stop-measure to stand in for nHancer, but IMHO it's surpassed nHancer. As long as it keeps getting updated, I'll keep using it.
i hope one day nHancer makes it's return, but for now this is a great substitute! thx for the link.
I like the idea of having this program but I would need a list of recommended tweaks, otherwise I don't really know what to do with it.
only antialsing modes (all in nv cpl and extra like supersampling, combined,..) and supersampling modes (2x,4x,8x; sparse gird ss 2x, 4x, 8x), and SLi modes if you're using it..
also compatibility modes for antialiasing.. here are a few posted by guru3d member, its from nhancer
you can see these extra modes if you press on that magnifying glass (3rd icon from the right by apply button), although they are a bit different in inspector but numbers are the same - you can use them as orientation.
for creating profiles just hoover on those icons and you will see all the info needed, but dont make a profile in nvcpl if you want to rename it later in inspector, because it won't open it - already in use error.
You need to first create a profile in inspector- name it and then allocate exe to that name., now you can configure it like you would in nvcpl profile.. or you can first configure it in nvcpl then add/change extra in inspector.
thanx for the info phill
I don't think it's compatible with ATI cards...
You're welcome mate...
Outstanding utility program!
How about an 'ATI Inspector' program??
Have this utility OSD menu in games?
or allows her to the future ?