Custom Resolution Utility adds monitor resolutions
The Custom Permission Utility (CRU) is a small freeware EDID editor designed for custom permissions. CRU shows you how your monitor determines resolution and other capabilities, and gives you the ability to customize NVIDIA and AMD graphics cards to create higher resolutions. Add your own permissions, remove unnecessary permissions, edit FreeSync ranges, etc. registry and don’t change hardware.
As a portable application, CRU does not require installation and can be run without installation.
The program layout provides a list of resolutions currently supported for your monitor, with the option to add new ones.
The application has some bugs, but if your monitor can support higher resolutions and/or other resolutions than what is shown in the graphics control panel, the Custom Resolution Utility will create EDID values in the registry so you can select resolutions in the graphics settings.
The utility supports AMD/ATI and NVIDIA video cards as Intel GPUs are not supported.
It’s worth noting that you should have an idea of what your monitor and graphics card are capable of. If anything goes wrong, the download comes with an application called “reset-all.exe” that you can run to undo any changes you made with the custom resolution utility.
Features of the Custom Resolution Utility
- The AMD/ATI driver also listens to the TMDS clock limit in the HDMI support data block.
- Detailed permissions are the preferred way to add custom permissions.
- HDMI is treated as single link DVI if no HDMI support data block is defined in the first expansion unit.
- HDMI limits vary by video card.
- Passive DisplayPort to HDMI adapters are limited to 165MHz unless the driver is patched.
- The first detailed resolution is considered the preferred or original resolution.
- Compatibility and license
The custom permissions utility is provided under a free Windows license from Video Settings with no usage restrictions. Downloading and installing this PC software is free and 1.5.2 is the latest version we checked last.
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How do I set up custom resolution utility?