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Hello @alphanu 

I'd like to know the differences between NATIVE and DYNAMIC resolutions in mm4crt

It's a dynamic super resolution. However, instead of being locked at 1920,2560 or 3840. It will use resolution from 960 through 1600 dynamicly switching to match a multiple of the original core width. 

It will keep the pixel clock above 15 million meaning it should work with most video cards. This then gives the feel of native resolution switching but it can be used on Intel and Nvidia.
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Native runs the original resolution if your graphics card can handle it. If not, you will need to use dynamic super resolutions.

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