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nvidia with freesync monitor

Well considering Nvidia now supports Freesync.. no need to run it like you are saying.. just hook the display port up to the 1080, go into the Nvidia control panel and turn on Gsync and you are good to go. 

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Hi guys .

i have amd r9 390x and nvidia 1080 

i am trying to use the freesync monitor on nvidia card but when i connect the DP port on the r9 390x the games doesnt detect the nvidia gpu or i try to run the nvidia control panel it show this message : nvidia display settings are not available.. you are not currently using a display attached to and nvidia gpu

any idea?

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Why not connect the monitor to the 1080 and install the latest nvidia drivers?


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Well considering Nvidia now supports Freesync.. no need to run it like you are saying.. just hook the display port up to the 1080, go into the Nvidia control panel and turn on Gsync and you are good to go. 


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Posted · Original PosterOP
1 minute ago, Mick Naughty said:

Why not connect the monitor to the 1080 and install the latest nvidia drivers?

according to linus he connected the display port on the amd gpu

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Posted · Original PosterOP
1 minute ago, Skiiwee29 said:

Well considering Nvidia now supports Freesync.. no need to run it like you are saying.. just hook the display port up to the 1080, go into the Nvidia control panel and turn on Gsync and you are good to go. 

how can i check if it worked then ? , i tried to do that but i saw no difference 

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Just now, Anas Dweik said:

how can i check if it worked then ? , i tried to do that but i saw no difference 

you wont notice a difference. All it will help you do is keep your frames syncd with your panels refresh rate. Its only noticeable if you have screen tearing in games. 


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Posted · Original PosterOP
Just now, Skiiwee29 said:

you wont notice a difference. All it will help you do is keep your frames syncd with your panels refresh rate. Its only noticeable if you have screen tearing in games. 

oh okay. thanks

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