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Old 3rd September 2018, 17:28   #52261  |  Link
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This is an impossible combination with HDMI 2.0 on such cards. The physics won't let you.
and still no HDMI 2.1 cards on the way... (2080 doesn't have 2.1, too)
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Old 3rd September 2018, 17:30   #52262  |  Link
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AMD did break this quite recently but fixed it again with 18.8.1, i havent tried 18.8.2 yet as I never update drivers unless there is a good reason too these days.

Other than that you may still have something setup wrong.

other than general settings these are the only other prerequisites I am aware of with AMD cards.

- is you OLED setup in MADVR as 10bit or higher?
- do you have use Direct3D 11 for presentation (windows 7 and new) ticked - this is required.

Mine also stops working if either of these are not applied.
ok, got it. Changed my display type to 10bit and now it works.
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Old 3rd September 2018, 23:17   #52263  |  Link
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We could say the highest upscaling section in madvr surely is a monster, 1080ti basically deals with every games but it can't 100% smoothly run the ultimate upscaling setting at all, not even close. My friend just pre-ordered the 2080ti, but he doesn't think the new card could break the ice, madvr is already another 3DMark...
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gpu performance
@madshi hi madshi could you improve the efficiency of madvr, beacuse with 1080ti highest setting to upsale a common 480p video to 4k screen makes fps drops to less 10... that's nightmare, madvr eats up too much gpu, maybe it's due to efficiency problem?
Here's a wild idea, theres a whole bunch of settings in Madvr, why not change some of them until performance works out? I can render 480p to 4k using ngu, because I checked the settings. Maybe then you'll stop reposting what is basically saying "You've worked on this for years and many people use it, but did you ever optimize it, in the YEARS of development??"....... yes foobar, it's very optimized, your settings however...
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Old 5th September 2018, 14:58   #52264  |  Link
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Here's a wild idea, theres a whole bunch of settings in Madvr, why not change some of them until performance works out? I can render 480p to 4k using ngu, because I checked the settings. Maybe then you'll stop reposting what is basically saying "You've worked on this for years and many people use it, but did you ever optimize it, in the YEARS of development??"....... yes foobar, it's very optimized, your settings however...
You crazy fool, surely there is a better way to configure MADVR to meet the requirements of your system without configuring MADVR to meet the requirements of your system.
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Old 5th September 2018, 15:34   #52265  |  Link
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Indeed there is. Buy better hardware.
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Old 5th September 2018, 16:14   #52266  |  Link
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sorry but MADVR default settings being very conservative as they are for obvious reasons, you would still need to configure MADVR to meet the requirements of your more powerful system as most of us already do.
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Old 5th September 2018, 19:32   #52267  |  Link
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Are there any known issues in latest Nvidia drivers from 2018-08-27, like HDR not working, ...? If there is anything, does it depend on the OS and its version, like Win10 18.03?
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Old 6th September 2018, 02:09   #52268  |  Link
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Are there any known issues in latest Nvidia drivers from 2018-08-27, like HDR not working, ...? If there is anything, does it depend on the OS and its version, like Win10 18.03?
HDR is not working for me. Using latest NVidia driver
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Old 6th September 2018, 02:35   #52269  |  Link
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Indeed there is. Buy better hardware.
Purchase fastest graphics card available, GeForce GTX 1080 Ti.

Install MadVR and set everything to maximum, surely my card can handle it.

It can't.

Complain about performance, madVR must need optimizing 'cos I have the bestest card.

Some say it's my settings, but surely not!

My face when it's suggested that I upgrade my card.
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Old 6th September 2018, 03:33   #52270  |  Link
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HDR is not working for me. Using latest NVidia driver
HDR works for me with 399.07, Win10 1803, and a 2017 LG OLED C7P.
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Old 6th September 2018, 13:17   #52271  |  Link
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mods please remove this troll
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Old 6th September 2018, 14:32   #52272  |  Link
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D3D11 is coming, madshi is the king!!
In madVR v2.x and not before 2022.
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Old 6th September 2018, 14:48   #52273  |  Link
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Purchase fastest graphics card available, GeForce GTX 1080 Ti.

Install MadVR and set everything to maximum, surely my card can handle it.

It can't.

Complain about performance, madVR must need optimizing 'cos I have the bestest card.

Some say it's my settings, but surely not!

My face when it's suggested that I upgrade my card.
But you're forgetting about SLI and overclocking. Surely there is setup that can handle madVR on max settings.
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what are max settings anyway?

sli doesn't work with madVR and no GPU in the next couple of years can run every combination of settings or is even getting close to do it...

and that'S fine because GPU melter settings combination doesn't make any sense.
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Old 6th September 2018, 17:13   #52275  |  Link
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HDR works for me with 399.07, Win10 1803, and a 2017 LG OLED C7P.
For me, as well.
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As for this whole mythical GPU discussion, look at it a different way. I don't NEED a GPU that handles whatever "max settings" means. The idea isn't to punish GPU's. It's to maximize your VIEWING EXPERIENCE. Some "max settings" in madvr does NOT guarantee a better viewing experience. Quite the contrary tbh in that turning everything on max will most likely obliterate the picture quality you get. That's because everything in madvr is a trade-off and a balance. Finding the "perfect" combination to fit your viewing parameters takes time and effort. Just flipping all the switches on and maxing every option out is not guaranteed to give you anything close to a watchable experience.
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Old 6th September 2018, 17:40   #52277  |  Link
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Also the required processing power also increases with pixel count and fps. So a low-res video might be fine being quadrupled by the most expensive algorithm, but a high-res Video might not work. That doesn't mean the expensive algorithm is unusable - it's just not suitable for some scenarios.

If you were to run a mythical 8K screen, you would easily bump into GPU limits even on medium algorithms I'm sure.
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Old 7th September 2018, 00:50   #52278  |  Link
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Usual case of not using profiles effectively.. Would be lovely if madvr could auto adjust. People just gotta be reasonable and understand that the differences in image can be so very minor and make a huge difference between something watchable or not. I ain't gonna 2x NGU a 4k 60fps video and downscale with SSIM 2D for example. My 1060 has enough of a workout doing that on full HD video.
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With current madVR, when processing->artifact removal->reduce compression artifacts selected with 'activate only if comes for free (as part of NGU sharp), does it only being applied with NGU sharp, or the other NGU family can also benefit from it?

I know madshi has mentioned it somewhere earlier which has been buried, appreciate it if someone can confirm the answer.
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Old 7th September 2018, 03:43   #52280  |  Link
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Only NGU Sharp ATM. There may be some benefit in future with the other variants but we'll have to wait for that.
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