Digital vibrance is a setting available on NVIDIA graphics cards that can be used to improve the vibrancy and colorfulness of your games. When set to 100%, digital vibrance can make colors appear more saturated and vibrant, which can be helpful for games that have a lot of white or gray colors.

NVIDIA - Digital Vibrance

This setting can also help make enemies easier to spot and is often used in games like CS:GO, Valorant, Apex Legends, and Warzone. If you're looking for an edge, setting digital vibrance to 100% is definitely worth a try. (Maybe adding digital vibrance on Fortnite would be to much, its already pretty colorful 😅)

Here is a side by side comparison between 50% - 100% digital vibrance:

Left: 50% - Right: 100%

AMD Saturation

For AMD users digital vibrance is called ''saturation'' and can be adjusted via your AMD Radeon settings. If you're struggling to find it, here is the article from AMD.

Saturation can be changed to 200 

Let us know what you set your digital vibrance or saturation to:

Manage 3D settings:

  • Low Latency: Ultra
  • Vertical Sync: Off

If you want to know what the Pro's in CS:GO use, I'd highly recommend you check out Dignitas CS:GO where players such as f0rest, friberg and lekr0 share their NVIDIA settings and config files.

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