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Will I get Gsync with my monitor now?

I'll just copy paste fyi 

 

"Yours probably doesn’t though; of the 400 Adaptive Sync monitors that Nvidia says it’s tested, only 12—yes, 12—earned the certification.

But fear not. If your FreeSync display didn’t make the cut, you can still manually enable Adaptive Sync support using the Nvidia Control Panel. Make sure your monitor’s variable refresh rate capabilities are enabled using the display’s own controls"

 

https://www.pcworld.com/article/3333637/components-graphics/nvidia-driver-freesync-monitor-support-geforce-graphics-cards.html

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I've a GTX 1060 and I've a freesync monitor. I read recently that now I can Gsync?

I had a driver update too for this?LG lg23mp68vq  is my monitor? Will this support Gsync?

I do not see this work even after the driver update.

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I'll just copy paste fyi 

 

"Yours probably doesn’t though; of the 400 Adaptive Sync monitors that Nvidia says it’s tested, only 12—yes, 12—earned the certification.

But fear not. If your FreeSync display didn’t make the cut, you can still manually enable Adaptive Sync support using the Nvidia Control Panel. Make sure your monitor’s variable refresh rate capabilities are enabled using the display’s own controls"

 

https://www.pcworld.com/article/3333637/components-graphics/nvidia-driver-freesync-monitor-support-geforce-graphics-cards.html


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You may have to turn on Freesync within the monitors menu.


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On 1/16/2019 at 9:24 AM, voiha said:

I'll just copy paste fyi 

 

"Yours probably doesn’t though; of the 400 Adaptive Sync monitors that Nvidia says it’s tested, only 12—yes, 12—earned the certification.

But fear not. If your FreeSync display didn’t make the cut, you can still manually enable Adaptive Sync support using the Nvidia Control Panel. Make sure your monitor’s variable refresh rate capabilities are enabled using the display’s own controls"

 

https://www.pcworld.com/article/3333637/components-graphics/nvidia-driver-freesync-monitor-support-geforce-graphics-cards.html

That is just Nvidia painting freesync standard in a bad picture. It will more often than not work fine. It just doesnt enable it by default. Which is why Nvidia failed so many monitors. They are all just fine. Akd if you experience one of the mentioned issues you shoudl RMA since the display is then faulty

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On 1/16/2019 at 9:30 AM, asand1 said:

You may have to turn on Vsync within the monitors menu.

Vsync is something completely different......

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6 hours ago, GoldenLag said:

Vsync is something completely different......

Yup, meant to say freesync.


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