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NVIDIA Profile Inspector 2.3.0.1

Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce Drivers Section' started by Ital, Mar 16, 2019.

  1. Ital

    Ital Member Guru

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    New Nvidia Profile Inspector version 2.3.0.1 is available.

    Link: https://github.com/Orbmu2k/nvidiaProfileInspector/releases/tag/2.3.0.1

    Changes:
    • Updated settings constants to R418
    Specifically:
    • Updated setting name and constants: Texture filtering - Quality substitution (previously called Anisotropic filtering HQ Fix)
    • Updated setting constants: Battery Boost Application FPS
    • Updated setting constants: Set CFR mode
     
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  2. Memorian

    Memorian Ancient Guru

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    AF HQ fix is gone.
     
  3. Ital

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    It's called Texture filtering - Quality substitution now due to the updated settings constants to R418.
     
  4. Memorian

    Memorian Ancient Guru

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    Yeap. Just noticed.

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  5. Astyanax

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    All this setting does is work around a Engine side issue where HQ texture filtering causes artifacts by forcing the setting back to Quality.
     
  6. Ital

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  7. Mahershala

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    what is wrong with these new versions, the frame limiter just dosent work, neither v1 or v2. still using 2.1.3.3 and this one works as it should with no tearing
     
  8. dexterav

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    for me working flawleslly
     
  9. Mahershala

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    then i dont know why its not working, all of them dont work since he added a separete category for frame limit mode, it does limit the frames but there is tearing in every mode
     
  10. -Tj-

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    tearing will happen, use normal vsync or fast sync on top of fps limiter.



    btw

    all works fine here and resizing window is fixed too, so :thumbsup:
     

  11. Mahershala

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    why would i use normal vsync on top? that just adds latency. i use 2.1.3.3 and i dont have a single tear with either v1 or v2 if set properly, same settings with newer profile inspector is tearing all over the place
     
  12. dr_rus

    dr_rus Ancient Guru

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    Any fps limiter has nothing to do with tearing.
     
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  13. Mahershala

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    i know but for some reason i dont have any with the older versions

    you should test yourself with the old version and see if you have any tearing, most games prefere +1 or +2 fps above refreash rate with v1, other games like battlefield v2
     
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  14. Cave Waverider

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    FYI, in Nvidia Profile Inspector, the new Low Latency Mode flag introduced in the latest Nvidia drivers is 0x0005F543 in the Unknown section. Settings are 0 = off, 1 = On, 2 = Ultra. In addition, setting this flag to 1 and 2 appear to require setting Maximum pre-rendered frames to 1.
     
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  15. rewt

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    ^ Indeed and I ran nvidiaProfileInspector.exe -createCSN and added the following to the resulting file, putting "Low Latency Mode (NVCP)" right above Max pre-rendered frames in the Sync and Refresh section.

    Update: I think it's the "FRL Low Latency" setting that actually engages ultra low latency mode. The setting with the hex ID 0x0005F543 may just hold the state of the NVidia Control Panel (NVCP) setting.

    Code:
    <CustomSetting>
          <UserfriendlyName>Low Latency Mode (NVCP)</UserfriendlyName>
          <HexSettingID>0x0005F543</HexSettingID>
         <GroupName>2 - Sync and Refresh</GroupName>
          <SettingValues>
            <CustomSettingValue>
              <UserfriendlyName>Off</UserfriendlyName>
              <HexValue>0x00000000</HexValue>
            </CustomSettingValue>
            <CustomSettingValue>
              <UserfriendlyName>On</UserfriendlyName>
              <HexValue>0x00000001</HexValue>
            </CustomSettingValue>
            <CustomSettingValue>
              <UserfriendlyName>Ultra</UserfriendlyName>
              <HexValue>0x00000002</HexValue>
            </CustomSettingValue>
          </SettingValues>
          <SettingMasks />
    </CustomSetting>
    
    Thanks for this topic, I wasn't aware newer versions existed.
     
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  16. EdKiefer

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    Does Inspector let you set low latency off with Max pre-render frames =2 then?
    working 2 value.
     
  17. rewt

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    2 frames works for me, and the hex ID setting didn't seem to matter, as the latency was higher than 1 frame.
     
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  18. rewt

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    Today I ran some experiments and came to the conclusion that the new hex ID setting 0x0005F543 is not what actually engages ultra low latency mode. It's the "FRL Low Latency" setting when set to 1, as well as "Maximum pre-rendered frames" set to 1 at the same time.

    "FRL Low Latency" set to 0 enables the use of "Maximum pre-rendered frames" as we had always used it in the past. We can force 1, 2, 3, 4 or whatever.

    I updated my previous posts to reflect this information. Sorry for the double post, but I couldn't figure out how to delete my posts and thought this information could warrant a bump.
     
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    I don't think I overlooked this but who knows...is there not a way to enable DSR through the profile inspector?
     
  20. MrBonk

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    No there is not. You have to use NVCP or DSRTool
     

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