1) Switch to 100hz before you launch the gameAnyone know how to lock the gaming refresh rate to the desktops?
Thank you!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
AMD's custom resolutions are stuck at 6bpc max so I tried CRU. AMD doesn't use EDID overrides created by CRU (or any other method affecting the registry) when the display is connected to an MST Hub. EDID overrides appear to be per display model and GPU port, so you need to copy the EDID override to each port that you connect the display to. While creating the EDID override in CRU, you may want to change the name of the display in the EDID override to include the name of the port it's connected to. The modified display name helps to indicate when the custom EDID is being used. For the case where the EDID override is not being used by AMD for a display connected to an MST Hub, the Windows software will show the new display name while the AMD software will not show the new display name. The AMD software will show the new display name when the display is not connected to an MST Hub.And have you tried using CRU? I find it more intuitive than AMD and Nvidia's tools, and it allows you to save profiles which is a big deal when updating drivers.