Nvidia RGB Full/Limited Range Toggler is a nifty utility that allows users of Nvidia graphics cards to enable the full range mode for a richer and more colorful video experience.
Typically, such cards are set to limited RGB, resulting in diminished colors which are noticeable even by the untrained eye. If your display features support for full RGB, the graphics card can be tweaked to switch to full range mode, which will trigger positive visual effects throughout your whole computer activity.
Whether you’ll be playing games or you’ll be watching a full HD movie, the images will have the appropriate tones and the colors will be more distinguishable. This can made possible by Nvidia RGB Full/Limited Range Toggler, a very lightweight utility that can modify the system registry to allow for the switch to full RGB.
It comes wrapped up inside a portable package and can be run without installation. However, it is necessary to launch it with administrative privileges in order for the program to do its job properly.
There are two major options inside the main window: one of them allows you to set the limited range mode and the other one triggers the full range mode. If your card is already in limited RGB, obviously, there’s no point in choosing the first option.
Keep in mind that the interval needed for the application to make the changes may wary, depending on the size of your system registry and the speed of your PC. However, it shouldn’t take more than one minute, after which a system restart is required in order for the effects to become visible.
Overall, Nvidia RGB Full/Limited Range Toggler is a simple utility that accomplishes a complex and noble purpose, freeing you of the limitations imposed by the default configuration of Nvidia graphics cards.
Designed for NVIDIA SLI capable systems (i.e. SLI is supported in both single and multi-GPU configurations).
Will also run on AMD and Intel systems using one-to-one SLI.
(i.e. SLI is supported in both single and multi-GPU configurations). Will also run on AMD and Intel systems using one-to-one SLI. Dual GPU configuration: Both NVIDIA GPUs are initialized with the same driver version and driver revision.
Both NVIDIA GPUs are initialized with the same driver version and driver revision. Hotplug feature enabled