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Feature Suggestions: performance indicators, .nip profiles, exact custom resolution

hans_glans

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1. Option to enable access to GPU-Performance indicators for all users:
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2. Option to load a NVIDIA Profile Inspector .nip profile to quickly restore (game-specific) settings

3. Option to add a custom resolution for the highest available refresh rate according to the ToastyX "exact reduced" preset.
The goal is to have an exact actual refresh rate (e.g. exactly 240.000 Hz) to help alleviating stutters caused by refresh rate and fps cap mismatch (or it's integer devider) as demonstrated in this video:
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The automation would save a lot of time when deploying many installations and make it easier for inexperienced users to test - especially as some of the tools are not very intuitive and your implementations have been incredibly user friendly so far (I love your affinity implementation!)
 
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The automation would save a lot of time when deploying many installations
Duplicating the functionality of CRU doesn't seem to be worth it.

CRU has a command line interface to import profiles. NVCleanstall can run a command after installation.

Check out the attached build Tweaks -> Expert -> Run program
 

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hans_glans

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Yes, that worked with start "" ""path/cruprofile.exe"
It should be possible similarly with nvidia profile inspector.

I'd imagine being able to pick the exe, bat and optimally nip files in an explorer window would be most intuitive!

1. Option to enable access to GPU-Performance indicators for all users:
1623702985064.png


2. Option to load a NVIDIA Profile Inspector .nip profile to quickly restore (game-specific) settings

What do you think about suggestions 1. and 2.?
 
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