Request for Display Dynamic HZ info

marchbiking

Member
@Martin , would LOVE if youd be able to do me a proper solid by adding dynamic HZ readout for Displays , need it for RTSS , Unwinder cant do it ...already asked,

he managed to add dynamic resolution detection , but not dynamic HZ aka frequency detection , really need this to complete my OSD experience , and since you pretty much are the pro at creating readouts , i thought id ask you for a favor


also if possible would you please add the shared memory support to the free features, i hate having to reenable it every 12 hours , need it for RTSS of course , thanks and keep up the killer work on HWinfo64 , killer stuff for sure
 

marchbiking

Member
not freesync or gsync specific ...just simply the frequency that the display is currently running at, people that need this like me , i use it for making sure my display is running at required frequency ...since some games, apps , movies etc run at different frequencies , also sometimes at frequencies it isnt supposed to be running at , so i use it as troubleshooter as well , hence the much needed request would help me out alot
 

Pinkie Pie

Member
not freesync or gsync specific ...just simply the frequency that the display is currently running at, people that need this like me , i use it for making sure my display is running at required frequency ...since some games, apps , movies etc run at different frequencies , also sometimes at frequencies it isnt supposed to be running at , so i use it as troubleshooter as well , hence the much needed request would help me out alot
Think i understand im not even sure if that is possible, it would be very usefull indeed like a gsync / freesync indicator that things are working properly, if set my gsync panel in past to display this on osd of monitor instead to see if it matched my fps figuring out that it ran way out of sync when running bordeless window for example even glitching out and causing issues.
I got a 6900 xt this week so i have to wait for my new panel in june first
 
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