In the comments people (including the video maker) are saying NIS On with 0% sharpen decreases performance even when gaming at native resolution. What makes this worse is there’s no current way to enable NIS on a per game basis, you can only control sharpening on a per game basis. What “should” happen seems to me is if NIS is on in the NCP and Sharpen is set to 0% when at native resolution there should be no perf impact since no sharpening and no scaling is occurring. Alternatively they should give us a way to turn NIS on for specific games / per profile — not just control sharpening. You can do that with Nvidia Experience Overlay, but I want to do it in the control panel (it seems the overlay versions may actually have a slightly higher perf cost to boot? Unsure) This seems like a silly oversight unless I’m missing something. Yes, the scaling and sharpening has a slight cost we know this, but I just want to set it and forget it and have it only kick in when I’m running games at sub native resolution. Or at least let me only enable it per profile as I said above. One thing I wonder is, if I view profiles per game and set Sharpen to ON does this also enable NIS? If so why not just have it displayed the same as the global tab so it’s more explicit?