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    Getting flickering in game when using VSR in both games and desktop . But when I go back to native resolution in desktop but VSR enabled in game there's no flickering . Why is this happening ? :/ I only tried in battlefield 1 . Using the latest crimson driver .

    Also note that my native resolution is 1080p . and I tried 1440p using VSR . i don't need 1440p in desktop . but curious to know why that happened .

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    you let your gpu drink more than its limits lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by sensei View Post
    you let your gpu drink more than its limits lol
    R9 390 can't handle 1440p ? Seems to handle in games !

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    I would advise against using VSR in both desktop and gaming. Windows' scaling is problematic as it is even in native resolutions. And most games these days native resolution upscale or downscale option. For BF1, 42% is native to your 1080p. So if you wanna play at 1440p, set it at 56%
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sybaris Caesar View Post
    I would advise against using VSR in both desktop and gaming. Windows' scaling is problematic as it is even in native resolutions. And most games these days native resolution upscale or downscale option. For BF1, 42% is native to your 1080p. So if you wanna play at 1440p, set it at 56%
    That was for beta I think .

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