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"G-Sync Compatible" Master Thread

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Hello,
Im planning to buy Dell AW2518HF which is freesync 240HZ. Does anyone have any experience with this monitor, some sources says that it will work?

 Thank you

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MSI OPTIX AG32CQ

 

MSI is claiming this screen works.

 

 

I  tested it with the pendulum demo on 60 and 144 fps the grey bar in 1st time normal but wen.

 

I try Second time or the orther day the grey line stutters.

 

screen blinks red if I click mouse.

 

 

this is the best screen for me I can find I have it and I can send it back.

 

I set on the screen settings of Free sync on the display.

 

and with Nvidia panel evryting on there is a bubble saiying its not compatible.

 

they Said in store u can fix it with Some files i cant find nothing.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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I have a LG 34UC79-G (144hz 2560x1080) I already activated G-Sync on nVidia Control Panel and Freesync on display OSD.. the problem is on game menu's specifically (Overwatch and RainbowSix Siege) the display flickers on/off..this happens only on menu's with fixed 60fps (unsure about that fixed 60).

 

Can anybody help me setting up CRU?I read somewhere that it'l help this issue.

 

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So from today i'm back on NVIDIA, i have a Gigabyte Aorus CV27F 165hz Freesync 2 HDR monitor.

 

So far G-Sync seems to work fine, no issues so far. Is there a way to be certain that it works?

Sometimes there is a very slight flicker with freesync on, but i had that with an AMD card as well.


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Anyone with the acer kg271u 144hz? I turned G-sync on for both windowed and fullscreen and it feels worse than having it on.


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Anyone else started experiencing issues (like blacking out when changing from game to in-game menu and opposite) with adaptive sync / Gsync compatible monitors after the recent 440.97 update? Gsync works fine with previous drivers...

 

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19 hours ago, rijzen said:

Samsung s27r750q working great with gsync range 48-144hz

Even with the newest nvidia drivers?

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1 hour ago, Envit0 said:

Even with the newest nvidia drivers?

Yeah , with the new drivers it even added better support for some of my games like ghost recon breakpoint

edit: I did have to redo all my control panel settings though

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On 2/4/2019 at 5:08 AM, cluelessgenius said:

alright so heres my experience so far. i feel i must be doing something wrong because i cant seem to see any significant difference with the pedulum demo or the that website test.

 

so i got my 34UC88-B connected via displayport and Freesync activated in OSD.

NVIDIA driver lets me enable g-sync - done.

set monitor to 75hz 

open cru and set range to 35-75

restart with cru

open wildlands for testing

feels amazing

then i got black frames / frame skipping

shit...

ok lets read online ...someone mentioned frame skipping aove 60hz

well that a bummer

alright set range to 35-61 as per instruction

open wildands ,....nice its gone.....ohhh no there it is.

 

tldr; runs, works, feels great, occasional frame skipping and weird dimming effect in loading screens might bother some but i think i still prefer it to no using g-sync

So LG monitors are a toast for 75Hz? Bummer, was gonna buy 34UB88-P, but now I won't. 

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1 minute ago, MysticLTT said:

So LG monitors are a toast for 75Hz? Bummer, was gonna buy 34UB88-P, but now I won't. 

well i may have had something to do with my configuration. right now im running 75hz on everything totally fine with g-sync enabled but i havent messed with cru in forever. i dont know but id say 75hz is totally working. although i dont know about a big difference to 60hz . sometimes i think about getting a higher hz one.


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2 minutes ago, cluelessgenius said:

well i may have had something to do with my configuration. right now im running 75hz on everything totally fine with g-sync enabled but i havent messed with cru in forever. i dont know but id say 75hz is totally working. although i dont know about a big difference to 60hz . sometimes i think about getting a higher hz one.

Have you done a frame skipping test? https://www.testufo.com/frameskipping

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3 minutes ago, MysticLTT said:

Have you done a frame skipping test? https://www.testufo.com/frameskipping

no but i gladly can when i get home


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3 minutes ago, cluelessgenius said:

no but i gladly can when i get home

Please do, the reason you may not see the difference between 60 and 75 is because it might render 60 frames even though it says 75 everywhere by skipping those frames, but if not then problem solved.

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On 11/18/2019 at 1:00 PM, MysticLTT said:

Please do, the reason you may not see the difference between 60 and 75 is because it might render 60 frames even though it says 75 everywhere by skipping those frames, but if not then problem solved.

so bad news i guess i did a bunch of tests and while i now have seen worse cases there is still some frame skipping going on. 60 is fine but anything above gets it

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6 hours ago, cluelessgenius said:

so bad news i guess i did a bunch of tests and while i now have seen worse cases there is still some frame skipping going on. 60 is fine but anything above gets it

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Bummer but thanks for all the work

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6 hours ago, MysticLTT said:

Bummer but thanks for all the work

no problem looking at other options myself right now :D.

was thinking about it anyway since i mostly do my gaming in the evening or at night. and the ips glow is kinda noticable with a lot of games. but then i see comparisons between ips and va options and the image in general always looks better on ips. idk rtings.com puts dells AW3418DW in first place for best gaming ultrawide and the predator Z35P as best VA alternative. but the predator has those real thicc bezels sooo... yeah idk. the hp omen x35 looks promising but i havent seen any tests yet. 


"I know its stupidly overdone and unreasonably unneccesary but wouldnt it be awesome if ..."

 

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