So there is a piece of software on pc named "CRU utility" (not mine) which allows you to force freesync on non compatible(or shall we say officially supported) displays, in a non destructive, and highly resetable fashion via the software.|
I used it on my LG Oled which is apparently compatible with nvidias G sync option, but oddly enough omits to support amds option, however with the afforementioned software it can be essentially forced fo work and with, to my eye, at least, produce noticeable results, but i would love if the likes of digital foundry would look into this technology and see if theres any viability to it.
Below i have posted a link to a youtube video,(again not my own) to which all other relevant links can be found, even if digital foundry dont take it on, i would like to hear what others hear think of such things.
Force freesync on vrr compatible displays
Freesync on tvs and monitors that support VRR
Shameless last attempt of a bump, would it be easier if i messaged digital foundry directly?
Best bet is to hit them up on Twitter, they always point to that for questions and suggestions at the end of their videos.
And for future reference, there is zero interaction between anyone over at EG and the forum, so we're pretty sure nobody from the site ever reads any of it.
Thanks so much, i dont really use twitter but ive certainly got the time on my hands to blow the dust off the account.
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