Thanks in advance for any help. I suffer from severe migraines caused by temporal dithering algorithms used on graphics cards. I have struggled for many years with this, since Macbooks have temporal dithering baked into the operating system and all AMD cards use them by default.
Using Windows desktop computers and laptops with Nvidia graphics cards for the last few years has been a good solution, since Nvidia’s drivers don’t enable dithering by default. However the new GTX 10 series seem to have dithering enabled and it’s causing me big problems.
When I disable the GTX 1050 in Device Manager I am able to use the laptop again without issue. Since this wasn’t an issue with the GTX 960M something must have changed between these versions in the drivers that enables some form of dithering.
Is anyone aware of methods for disabling the dithering algorithm used by the GTX 1050 in the registry or by other methods? There is a forum of people www.ledstrain.org with a similar issue that would deeply appreciate any suggestions or pointers. Any help is massively appreciated, I totally acknowledge that this is a strange request.