NVIDIA Profile Inspector 2.3.0.1

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

  1. Phil Tuncap

    Phil Tuncap Member

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    Ok thanks, odd that it wouldn't be there but I don't know enough about what can and can't be done and why. I don't use DSR often, but down in the 'Other' category underneath the Predefined Ansel Usage there's Nvidia Quality Upscaling. I haven't noticed any changes when that's turned on...is it supposed to come into effect when DSR is turned on?
     
  2. Guzz

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    There is no info about "Nvidia Quality Upscaling". This setting is not read by the driver.
    Perhaps this setting has already been removed the same as "Texture filtering - Negative LOD bias", but still visible in profiles.

    DSR settings are stored in the registry, not in the binaries that the Nvidia Profile Inspector works with.
     
  3. Astyanax

    Astyanax Ancient Guru

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    has anyone noticed that 3.5.0.0 version thats been pushed by those file hosts?

    As far as i can tell there is no actual code changes in that fork.
     
  4. BetA

    BetA Ancient Guru

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    hy Guru´s

    i just came across this site here:
    It seems fishy to me that it says: OFFICIAL SITE.
    Since i know Orbmu2k and i know he has his own Blog, i KNOW this is not his Site nor is it anything OFFICIAL...

    Screen:
    [​IMG]

    Also, there is NO 3.5.0.0 Version!! (ok, there is, but its an FORK of Orbmu2k´s work and seems to be optimized for "MINING"...)

    Latest NvidiaProfileInspector, as far i know, is: 2.3.0.2
    Latest NvidiaInspector (Beta) is: 1.9.7.9 (can be found on the last 3 Pages of the 3dcenter Forum link..)

    And the Real Sources are:

    NvidiaInspector:
    https://orbmu2k.de
    https://www.forum-3dcenter.org/vbulletin/showthread.php?t=482122
    Of course, Guru3d and other Tech Sites.

    N..ProfileInspector:
    https://github.com/Orbmu2k/nvidiaProfileInspector
    Guru3d and other Tech Sites.

    There was also an Git on Appvoyer or what it was called but i think this on is abandoned... Not shure..



    So i guess i just wanna say a Warning to not Download from that site, you can never be shure if someone changed the application.
    I also could be wrong, but to me it seems very fishy, also i browsed teh comments and it looked off to me the way teh "Admin" was answering there..
    Just stay away form it, better safe then sorry..


    Best Regards..

    EDIT:

    I downloaded the versions from that site..
    Nvidiainspector seems to be the same. STill, get it form trusted sources...

    Anyway, the NvidiaProfileInspector (named 3.5.0.0) is changed..
    modified by someone named DeadManWalkingTO-Github, that is what it says when looking at the file via some tools and Virustotal, etc..

    Ok, its an Fork of ProfileInspector and seems legit from what i can tell..
    https://github.com/DeadManWalkingTO/NVidiaProfileInspectorDmW

    It looks like an optimized version for "mining"???
    Aaaaaanyway.. i thought i point that out if any questions arise..


    Please discuss....
     
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  5. Phil Tuncap

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    Is there a way to force a certain refresh rate instead of "highest available"? Optional question just to make sure that games I run are in 120 and not 144
     
  6. Cygnific

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    Not a inspector question but does anybody happen to have a new version of Nvidia's DRS tool? Hacked it to work with new drivers but i'm sure a newer version has more options by now.

    [​IMG]
     
  7. Astyanax

    Astyanax Ancient Guru

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    There was once upon a time back when CRT's were still prolific.
     
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    A M D BugBear Ancient Guru

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