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New Nvidia Drivers 15th of Januari

TomCruize
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Hello!

 

I have a huge question mark about this new driver that allows Nvidia Users to enable G-Sync on Adaptive Sync monitors, I currently running a ASUS 24" VG248QE 144hz with DP 1.2 and do you guys think I will be able to use it?
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(I´ve read that it was available to get G-Sync with a modular kit that you had to buy separately and install yourself into the monitor) 

 

 

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if the monitor supports Freesync, you can now enable it as if it were G-sync, however if its not a panel "officially certified" by Nvidia, your mileage and experience will vary. 

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And there is a list where Nvidia shows these officially certified displays, jut search for it :) There are a few ASUS on the list

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I looked over ASUS shitty page of the monitor and it seems the monitor does not feature FreeSync(Adaptive Sync) so No, you will not be able to use it regardless.

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14 minutes ago, Skiiwee29 said:

if the monitor supports Freesync, you can now enable it as if it were G-sync, however if its not a panel "officially certified" by Nvidia, your mileage and experience will vary. 

 

12 minutes ago, Ledury said:

And there is a list where Nvidia shows these officially certified displays, jut search for it :) There are a few ASUS on the list

 

10 minutes ago, Princess Cadence said:

I looked over ASUS shitty page of the monitor and it seems the monitor does not feature FreeSync(Adaptive Sync) so No, you will not be able to use it regardless.

 

Thanks Skiiwee29, Ledury and Princess Cadence for your answers :D I didin´t find the monitor on the certified list either and it feels to shabby that I cant use the new features of the upcoming drivers.. Do anyone of you have any experience of a good gaming monitor at 27"-34" 1440p 144hz with Adaptive Sync that costs around 300-400$?

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Yeah, G-Sync module for VG248QE needs to be purchased separately. I have the same monitor.

 

Where could I even buy this G-Sync module? Searched a bit and can't find it anywhere.

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also i dont get why freesync ranges are always so low

 

most g-sync monitor have g-sync rated from 30-120/144 or whatever hz but freesync like mine usually only give you the last 20 fps for example 55-75 and guess what if im reaching 55 consistantly then i dont need adaptive syncing all that much.

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39 minutes ago, RejZoR said:

Yeah, G-Sync module for VG248QE needs to be purchased separately. I have the same monitor.

 

Where could I even buy this G-Sync module? Searched a bit and can't find it anywhere.

I haven´t found the module kit either.. Is there anyone out there that knows where to find these kits?

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1 hour ago, cluelessgenius said:

also i dont get why freesync ranges are always so low

 

most g-sync monitor have g-sync rated from 30-120/144 or whatever hz but freesync like mine usually only give you the last 20 fps for example 55-75 and guess what if im reaching 55 consistantly then i dont need adaptive syncing all that much.

Because tearing becomes the worst there? Try locking your framerate 1 or 2 frames below your refresh. It will tear like insane. Hell, sometimes I got the worst possible tearing when I locked framerate to refresh rate (144fps for 144Hz monitor).

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If you're on 10 series or 20 series GPU then you can just use adaptive sync directly (will need new drivers I assume), Nvidia announced that in CES.

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9 minutes ago, Dissitesuxba11s said:

Ebay might be your best bet. It looks like this product from 2014 has been discontinued a long time ago.

Haven´t found anything anywhere.. checked amazon and ebay + some swedish sites

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1 minute ago, Jurrunio said:

If you're on 10 series or 20 series GPU then you can just use adaptive sync directly (will need new drivers I assume), Nvidia announced that in CES.

I´m on the 1080 Ti, think I can do it with the new drivers coming out 15th of Januari?

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2 minutes ago, RejZoR said:

Because tearing becomes the worst there? Try locking your framerate 1 or 2 frames below your refresh. It will tear like insane. Hell, sometimes I got the worst possible tearing when I locked framerate to refresh rate (144fps for 144Hz monitor).

ok so tearing..fine but what about how it was supposed to makes less smooth running games feel smoother espicially at low fps

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2 minutes ago, TomCruize said:

I´m on the 1080 Ti, think I can do it with the new drivers coming out 15th of Januari?

I don't guarantee that. Also make sure you're using DP for connection

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6 minutes ago, Jurrunio said:

I don't guarantee that. Also make sure you're using DP for connection

Yep using DP on it with a 1.4 DP cable 2m long :)

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13 minutes ago, cluelessgenius said:

ok so tearing..fine but what about how it was supposed to makes less smooth running games feel smoother espicially at low fps

I don't think you can make magic. If game runs at 25fps it'll feel crappy with or without FreeSync.

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