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Old 7th September 2018, 11:49   #52281  |  Link
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For those who didn't follow the thread on avsforums, madshi is preparing a new official build, so it should not be long till we see an new official build...
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Old 7th September 2018, 11:56   #52282  |  Link
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Old 7th September 2018, 12:03   #52283  |  Link
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I learnt my lesson when I went from a 270x to a 980ti, never waste your money on a GPU for MadVR. The programme does a great job sharpening up a picture, but the source is far more important than the GPU in your system.
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Old 7th September 2018, 13:21   #52284  |  Link
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HDR is not working for me. Using latest NVidia driver
Just fixed. Working fine now
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Old 7th September 2018, 14:04   #52285  |  Link
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there are one or two pitfalls on both AMD and NVIDIA cards getting HDR working, should be added to the help docs, or at least the minimum prerequisites like 10 bit set in MADVR and DIRECT3D11 ticked etc.
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Old 7th September 2018, 16:27   #52286  |  Link
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I learnt my lesson when I went from a 270x to a 980ti, never waste your money on a GPU for MadVR. The programme does a great job sharpening up a picture, but the source is far more important than the GPU in your system.
It worked for me when going from a GTX 750 Ti to a GTX 1050 Ti at 1080p. Using higher levels of RCA and NGU very high instead of NGU high with video add-on content through DSPlayer actually provided a noticeable improvement. It also made it possible to use features such as HDR -> SDR at full quality.

Some of us definitely notice and appreciate the difference. Everyone's mileage will vary.
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Old 7th September 2018, 17:03   #52287  |  Link
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A fairly low power card may also get hot and loud, a faster card can be run at high quality settings before its gets too loud, I certainly appreciated my move from RX 460 to RX580. My RX460 could just barley manage NGU Sharp low and when it got hot the fans were quite loud. My RX580 also gets loud when its hot but its completely silent at the same settings I ran the RX460 at.
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Old 7th September 2018, 18:03   #52288  |  Link
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or you just by a good card so you can use it to it'S full potential
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Old 8th September 2018, 10:43   #52289  |  Link
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@huhn I think mclingo means that even if your card has a good quality cooling system, using it at lower power is still gonna make less noise.
I'm sure that for a constant manufacturer build quality, an RX580 is gonna make less noise than an RX460 on the same workload.
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getting a faster card because you think it will be not as loud even through the old card can do the same workload is ignorance over proper cooled cards. it's not rare that a 560 and a 580 have very very similar cooling solutions.

good low-mid range cards have a very little difference in term of noise between idle and full load. madVR is not furmark and is not able to use every part of the GPU like literally every game too.
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I get what you mean but come on, you really think a 185W TDP card running at 40-50% usage is not gonna be quieter than a 75W TDP card?
No manufacturer is gonna waste money by putting exactly the same cooler on both.
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Hello there,

Does anyone know why in FSE mode madVR switches to 60.000 Hz the composition rate? Source is UHD HDR and has a frame rate of 23.976 fps. My LG 55C6V HDR display supports 23.976 Hz refresh rate as well.

Thanks for any advice.
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I get what you mean but come on, you really think a 185W TDP card running at 40-50% usage is not gonna be quieter than a 75W TDP card?
No manufacturer is gonna waste money by putting exactly the same cooler on both.
75W TDP graphics card can be passive cooled
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Does anyone know why in FSE mode madVR switches to 60.000 Hz the composition rate? Source is UHD HDR and has a frame rate of 23.976 fps. My LG 55C6V HDR display supports 23.976 Hz refresh rate as well.
What options do you have set in Display Modes? Which OS?
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75W TDP graphics card can be passive cooled
I know, mine is. The price premium is generally as heavy as the weight of the heatsink, though.
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WTF Micrococks, the new update for Windows 10 that added the new "Focus assist" feature pretty much crippled my transition from windowed mode to exclusive mode to the extent that I thought my graphics card was broken (it sometimes also crashed my system after playback ended or I exited a game). So if anybody else is having problems just go to windows settings and disable ALL THE THINGS in Focus assist. Mother fucking morons adding features nobody needed or asked for, this is just one part of a long list of bullshit like "game mode" or "notification center". Wish I could go back to windows 7.

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getting a faster card because you think it will be not as loud even through the old card can do the same workload is ignorance over proper cooled cards. it's not rare that a 560 and a 580 have very very similar cooling solutions.

good low-mid range cards have a very little difference in term of noise between idle and full load. madVR is not furmark and is not able to use every part of the GPU like literally every game too.
regardless of your opinion on this the reality is that my 580 is almost completely silent (fan runs about 40%) doing the identical load my 460 did where the fan was running at 60-70% and considerably louder.

and it was obvious to me this was going to be the case.
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I get what you mean but come on, you really think a 185W TDP card running at 40-50% usage is not gonna be quieter than a 75W TDP card?
No manufacturer is gonna waste money by putting exactly the same cooler on both.
http://www.sapphiretech.com/productd...EA40A&lang=eng

http://www.sapphiretech.com/productd...7F4D7&lang=eng

the same cooler to me it will have some difference but mass production can be quite cheap.

and i a 90 % loaded GPU can produce less noise than a 40 % GPU only the cooler matters https://www.guru3d.com/articles-page...review,10.html

a proper passive cooled cards can't be beat by a good cooling solution. TDP is not that important.

it's far cheaper to buy a better cooled card than a bigger card that is only used for half of it'S power.
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Hello there,

Does anyone know why in FSE mode madVR switches to 60.000 Hz the composition rate? Source is UHD HDR and has a frame rate of 23.976 fps. My LG 55C6V HDR display supports 23.976 Hz refresh rate as well.

Thanks for any advice.
what display modes are you using?
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Old 8th September 2018, 21:34   #52299  |  Link
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I wonder if madshi finds a way to utilize upcoming NVidia RTX ray tracing cores to benefit video playback. Perhaps AI capabilities of NVidia GPU's can perform more accurate and faster frame interpolation?

BTW, what is the general advice and\or concensus on settings for 1440p displays. I just got this sweet 32" LG VA G-Sync 144Hz panel and it's only 8 inches smaller than my 40" 1080p VA TV with same contrast ratio, but maxing out at 60Hz. I thought about just switching to use that monitor as, but non-standard 1440p along with G-Sync make it complicated to select settings for the best visuals
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Perhaps AI capabilities of NVidia GPU's can perform more accurate and faster frame interpolation?
More accurate: sure (with enough training data)
faster: probably not
see Transforming Standard Video Into Slow Motion with AI
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-> I doubt it'll be really useful for madVR, but it might be interesting if there were Vapoursynth or Avisynth filter which could be using this,...
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