1) Switch to 100hz before you launch the game
2) Use Nvidias "use max refresh rate" in 3D settings
3) Use another 3rd party program like RefreshLock
and if everything else fails:
4) Make a custom resolution of 1624x1218 @ 100hz and just use that
I just make a custom resolution of 1920x1200 @ 72hz for 1080p material, and 2560x1600 @ 72hz for 1440p and 2160p video. No need to run fullscreen resolutions when you're watching 16:9 material.
I just give the resolutions a little more cushion with 16:10 because of the edge geometry issues on...
5700xt and Displayport, since that's what the sunix requires.
But I only go above 1920x1440 if my CPU can't maintain 90fps, or if I'm playing a game that is locked at 60fps. Like Street Fighter 5 is locked at 60fps and is 16:9, so I play that at 3200x1800 @60hz
That's weird, I can go way higher, pixel clock wise, on my Sunix. I can hit 2880x2160 @ 60hz, 1920x1440@90hz, and so on.
On the other, my issues is that I can't display 2048x1536 at any refresh rate. But if I got just a bit higher, like 2120x1590, I get picture. Though I do get a bug with the...
This guy is saying that new Windows Insider builds are allowing desktop users to choose the rendering GPU:
Maybe this means that in a few months we can finally use old analog GPU's to output for our fancy new graphics cards?
There's a lot of discussion about adapters in the past 50 or so pages.
It's worth your time to go back and skim the discussion to get an idea of the pros and cons of the different adapters
But short answer is yes
So what actually causes a FBT to fail? Is there corrosion on the coiled copper wire that eventually burns up and opens the circuit? If you carefully took a FBT apart, could you clean the corrosion to extend its life?
I know I'm probably asking very ignorant questions.
Not so far on my Lacie
I use Custom Resolution Utility and am constantly using different resolutions depending on what games I'm playing.
Like, I almost make a new resolution for every game I play, basically whatever my GPU can handle on Ultra settings plus the refresh rate I'm trying to lock...