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How to adjust digital vibrance AMD

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Just now, Ryan_Vickers said:

Oh, so it's already cranked up and now you can't find the setting to get it back to normal?  Hm... have you tried a clean install of the driver or a reset of the user settings or something like that?

Yeah I fixed by resetting everything already 

I usually adjust it through AMD's Radeon Additional Settings, but the option is not there. Anyone know what happened? 

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Why are you adjusting that?

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2 minutes ago, Ryan_Vickers said:

Why are you adjusting that?

I play CSGO, so the game looks better at a higher vibrance. 

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Just now, Savir said:

I play CSGO, so the game looks better at a higher vibrance. 

Is there no in-game setting for saturation?  That way it wouldn't affect the entire system, including desktop, watching videos, etc.

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There is probably a setting in game, or some other software you can run, similar to f.lux, except it makes the display more vibrant instead of making the screen less harsh on your eyes.

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Just now, Ryan_Vickers said:

Is there no in-game setting for saturation?  That way it wouldn't affect the entire system, including desktop, watching videos, etc.

Yes, like this https://vibrancegui.com/. I actually want to start using something that only effects when I'm playing cs or something, but my desktop is at like 190-200 vibrance right now. So I don't want to turn it up, I want to turn it down to normal levels. 

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14 minutes ago, Savir said:

Yes, like this https://vibrancegui.com/. I actually want to start using something that only effects when I'm playing cs or something, but my desktop is at like 190-200 vibrance right now. So I don't want to turn it up, I want to turn it down to normal levels. 

Oh, so it's already cranked up and now you can't find the setting to get it back to normal?  Hm... have you tried a clean install of the driver or a reset of the user settings or something like that?

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Just now, Ryan_Vickers said:

Oh, so it's already cranked up and now you can't find the setting to get it back to normal?  Hm... have you tried a clean install of the driver or a reset of the user settings or something like that?

Yeah I fixed by resetting everything already 

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