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BenQ GW2255
01-06-2016, 04:17 AM
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BenQ GW2255
Help, I overclocked my monitor to 75hz and it was successful. However, when I use the resolution 1024x768 Blackbars/Stretched in CS:GO it's still blurry. Plus, I can feel like there's still input lag in the game although i already set the settings to low and vsync is off.
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01-06-2016, 07:07 AM
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(01-06-2016 04:17 AM)n3stea Wrote:  Help, I overclocked my monitor to 75hz and it was successful. However, when I use the resolution 1024x768 Blackbars/Stretched in CS:GO it's still blurry. Plus, I can feel like there's still input lag in the game although i already set the settings to low and vsync is off.

Nvidia video card ?
Did you create a custom resolution of 1024x768@75hz?
If not, play native resolution or create a custom detailed resolution of 1024x768@75hz or a standard resolution in CRU for 1024x768. Nvidia drivers are known to add several frames of input lag if GPU scaling is enabled. This has been a complaint for quite while about their drivers. I can't help you with this. I don't have an Nvidia card,

But go into the Nvidia display options and set it to DISPLAY - NO SCALING instead of GPU scaling or Scaling by GPU. see if that helps. I don't know where it is, so you have to do some searches for it.
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01-06-2016, 08:44 AM
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(01-06-2016 07:07 AM)falkentyne Wrote:  
(01-06-2016 04:17 AM)n3stea Wrote:  Help, I overclocked my monitor to 75hz and it was successful. However, when I use the resolution 1024x768 Blackbars/Stretched in CS:GO it's still blurry. Plus, I can feel like there's still input lag in the game although i already set the settings to low and vsync is off.

Nvidia video card ?
Did you create a custom resolution of 1024x768@75hz?
If not, play native resolution or create a custom detailed resolution of 1024x768@75hz or a standard resolution in CRU for 1024x768. Nvidia drivers are known to add several frames of input lag if GPU scaling is enabled. This has been a complaint for quite while about their drivers. I can't help you with this. I don't have an Nvidia card,

But go into the Nvidia display options and set it to DISPLAY - NO SCALING instead of GPU scaling or Scaling by GPU. see if that helps. I don't know where it is, so you have to do some searches for it.

Hello, I forgot to mention that im using R7 260x Sad
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01-07-2016, 04:15 AM
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RE: BenQ GW2255
(01-06-2016 04:17 AM)n3stea Wrote:  Help, I overclocked my monitor to 75hz and it was successful. However, when I use the resolution 1024x768 Blackbars/Stretched in CS:GO it's still blurry. Plus, I can feel like there's still input lag in the game although i already set the settings to low and vsync is off.
I'm not sure what you're asking. Scaling is usually blurry. You might get different results with GPU vs. display scaling. For GPU scaling, you have to add 75 Hz at the native resolution. For display scaling, you have to add 1024x768 @ 75 Hz using CRU and disable GPU scaling. This applies to both AMD and NVIDIA. You can use the monitor's OSD to check what resolution it's receiving, usually in the info section. If it shows the native resolution, then the GPU is scaling. If it shows 1024x768 @ 75 Hz, then the display is scaling.

If you're talking about motion blur, there's nothing you can do about that. You need a monitor with a strobing backlight to eliminate motion blur.

(01-06-2016 07:07 AM)falkentyne Wrote:  Nvidia drivers are known to add several frames of input lag if GPU scaling is enabled.
This is not true.
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01-10-2016, 08:33 AM (This post was last modified: 01-11-2016 11:46 AM by n3stea.)
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RE: BenQ GW2255
(01-07-2016 04:15 AM)ToastyX Wrote:  
(01-06-2016 04:17 AM)n3stea Wrote:  Help, I overclocked my monitor to 75hz and it was successful. However, when I use the resolution 1024x768 Blackbars/Stretched in CS:GO it's still blurry. Plus, I can feel like there's still input lag in the game although i already set the settings to low and vsync is off.
I'm not sure what you're asking. Scaling is usually blurry. You might get different results with GPU vs. display scaling. For GPU scaling, you have to add 75 Hz at the native resolution. For display scaling, you have to add 1024x768 @ 75 Hz using CRU and disable GPU scaling. This applies to both AMD and NVIDIA. You can use the monitor's OSD to check what resolution it's receiving, usually in the info section. If it shows the native resolution, then the GPU is scaling. If it shows 1024x768 @ 75 Hz, then the display is scaling.

If you're talking about motion blur, there's nothing you can do about that. You need a monitor with a strobing backlight to eliminate motion blur.

(01-06-2016 07:07 AM)falkentyne Wrote:  Nvidia drivers are known to add several frames of input lag if GPU scaling is enabled.
This is not true.

The blurry thing that i was asking is that.. even the text is kind of unreadable. (1024x768 Stretched). This is my CRU setting. https://gyazo.com/61e22c95a3c370379d6336bee9ec36a7 what is better tho, should i enable GPU scaling or just disable it?
Also, what should i choose between LCD Standard , Manual, etc?
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01-12-2016, 03:43 PM
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Why do you have 1024x768 @ 75 Hz in three places? You only need it once. The one under established resolutions should be enough. You can only use GPU scaling if the monitor can handle 75 Hz at the native resolution. If not, you have to use display scaling.
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