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Problems with Screen Tearing

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Hey. I am using ASUS ROG GL502VM with GTX 1060 which is capable of G-SYNC. I am finding that during games and while watching youtube videos, I am noticing heavy screen tearing. Can anyone help me out with this ?

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9 minutes ago, Shantanu_PC said:

Hey. I am using ASUS ROG GL502VM with GTX 1060 which is capable of G-SYNC. I am finding that during games and while watching youtube videos, I am noticing heavy screen tearing. Can anyone help me out with this ?

did you turn g-sync on?


ask me about your system builds, AIO's, CPU's, PSU's, and GPU's.

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Posted · Original PosterOP
4 hours ago, ricksteendam1 said:

did you turn g-sync on?

I tried enabling it in Nvidia control panel, when fullscreen, always, nothing seems to be working.

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16 hours ago, Shantanu_PC said:

I tried enabling it in Nvidia control panel, when fullscreen, always, nothing seems to be working.

most games I play have an option in the setting.


ask me about your system builds, AIO's, CPU's, PSU's, and GPU's.

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Posted · Original PosterOP
6 hours ago, ricksteendam1 said:

most games I play have an option in the setting.

The screen tearing occurs while watching fullscreen youtube video.

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13 hours ago, Shantanu_PC said:

The screen tearing occurs while watching fullscreen youtube video.

I believe that fullscreen in a browser won't work with g-sync only if its a direct x something application


ask me about your system builds, AIO's, CPU's, PSU's, and GPU's.

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Posted · Original PosterOP
22 hours ago, ricksteendam1 said:

I believe that fullscreen in a browser won't work with g-sync only if its a direct x something application

Pardon me I'm new to g=sync tech and have no idea how it is implemented on youtube. The gsnyc indicator does not switch on on fullscreen youtube indicating it doesn't use gsync but how do I smoothen out frames to stop screen tearing on youtube? It does not happen in other applications of games.

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