Re: New nHancer version 2.1.0 and website!
So using nHancer is pretty safe, but on the other hand, I'm also limited by what the driver allows me to do. And changing the resolution or refresh rate is not among these things, at least as far as I know.
Then how did Nvidia's Refresh Rate Overrides work? Is this not on a driver level? I thought Microsoft turned over things like refresh rates to the video driver in Windows XP where in previous Windows versions, the OS controlled it.
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