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VRR in Windows 10

VRR in Windows 10

You may have already heard that a new function appeared in your operating system to use a higher quality mode, and perhaps you didn’t hear about this innovation and not when, but no matter how it was there, VRR in Windows 10 already has a place to be and about this, you must certainly know each user.

In fact, the abbreviation “VRR” is not a meaningless set of letters, since under it lies the full featured “Variable Refresh Rate”, which is designed to make the gameplay many times more pleasant and effective. The essence of the new addition is broken in that with its help, each user will be able to independently see the updated screen frequency related to the adaptive synchronization technology, where the frame rate in computer games is played under the control of DirectX 11. Due to the new function, the so-called “gap” disappears. screen ", which many of you have long been familiar with.

How to enable VRR in Windows 10?

You should understand that the Variable Refresh Rate in Windows 10 "by default" is not an enabled feature and this is done primarily for those PCs that are weaker in terms of components. Thus, if you wish, it will be possible to activate and use the new function, but only if your monitor supports the so-called “variable refresh rate”. In addition, your video card must be modern to support the VRR function. Also, the device must have WDDM drivers installed, but only version 2.6 or higher. And the last thing you need to do in order to feel the visual changes from using the new function is to launch the gaming application in full screen mode.

If all the above points are appropriate, then you can perform the following log of actions: go to “Parameters” section → move to “Display” subsection → use “Graphic Settings” option → use switch in the “Variable update frequency” field, which should be set to "On".

Please note that if after all you have done, you see that VRR in Windows 10 remains for some reason unavailable to you / does not turn on, this may mean that the PC in use does not have one of the above options, which must necessarily be present to run a unique function.

P.S. By the way, if the Variable Refresh Rate is not available to you, then do not be in a hurry to get upset, because in fact, it cannot offer much more than Adaptive-Sync or G-Sync, so you haven't lost much...