Nvidia Inspector introduction and Guide

Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce Drivers Section' started by MrBonk, Nov 5, 2015.

  1. RealNC

    RealNC Ancient Guru

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    The "V3" limiter is the latest and best one. It replaced the previous ones which had some input lag. The V3 one is now as good as RTSS, so that's the one you want anyway.
     
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    Is there a command line option for setting default Vsync mode? I use my PC to play games on TVs in other rooms, and being able to switch between 'fast' and 'off' would be amazing.
     
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    Wanted to undervolt my GPU a little bit with Inspector but is greyed out (gaming laptop ASUS GL703GS with 1070 8GB Max-P):

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    Is my GPU unsupported?
     

  5. Astyanax

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    doesn't work above maxwell.
     
  6. mirh

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    Are you like sure?
    Because I reckon that any random body's guess is as good as anyone, but people here seemed pretty confident something was happening with direct3d too.
    Couldn't it be that the two different multi-display modes exist only to handle a certain GL quirk, but single-display influence behaviour in every api?
     
  7. Guzz

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    This setting has been removed from the driver since r384 series.

    You can check, take the HexSettingID of this setting
    and try to find it in the driver files.
    You will find bytes FCEB0A20 only in

    nvoglv32.dll - OpenGL 32-bit driver
    nvoglv64.dll - OpenGL 64-bit driver

    but not in

    nvd3dum.dll - DX9 32-bit driver
    nvd3dumx.dll - DX9 64-bit driver
    nvwgf2um.dll - DX10+ 32-bit driver
    nvwgf2umx.dll - DX10+ 64-bit driver

    and that means that this setting is for OpenGL only.
     
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  8. Astyanax

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    this setting doesn't do anything.
     

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