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Thanks for your reply. The thing is that I am running G-sync ON and it is only showing 100 while my Afterburner OSD is fluctuating with the frame rate. The monitor refresh was the same as my frame rate using Afterburner. Hmmmm..... Kinda points to G-sync not working properly then. Think I'll reset the monitor and maybe re-install nvidia drivers.....

Based on my experience with Gsync monitors, (correct me if I'm wrong) after a fresh driver install you need to go into NVCP and turn on G-sync manually. It also might have turned off at some point automatically.
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Based on my experience with Gsync monitors, (correct me if I'm wrong) after a fresh driver install you need to go into NVCP and turn on G-sync manually. It also might have turned off at some point automatically.

I did check it was on last night but I just disabled G-Sync. Rebooted and enabled it again and it is working fine now. I did notice some tiny tearing playing MSG V last night but I thought I was being paranoid hence I thought it was weird the refresh counter not moving while G-Sync enabled. Think I'll keep an eye on that.
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post #4793 of 6126
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I did check it was on last night but I just disabled G-Sync. Rebooted and enabled it again and it is working fine now. I did notice some tiny tearing playing MSG V last night but I thought I was being paranoid hence I thought it was weird the refresh counter not moving while G-Sync enabled. Think I'll keep an eye on that.

I think you can safely rely on the refresh rate counter on your monitor to indicate if G-sync is on or off during a game. If the monitor counter moves up and down, you can be sure that G-sync is on. Otherwise, g-sync got automatically turned off or the game has issues with it or whatever else the case might be.
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I hope I'll get it this weekend, The amazon delivery service says next tuesday, but I want to believe!
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Originally Posted by NeoTiger View Post

*raises his hand*

Got a GTX 780 and monitors works perfectly at 100 Hz

The GTX 660/670/680/690 & GTX 760/770 are based on the GK104 whereas the GTX 780 is GK110. I bet that is why the 780 can do 100 Hz. It seems like the GK104 cards can only hit 95 Hz. Can someone confirm if their GK104 card can get 100 Hz.
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Originally Posted by telc View Post

I did check it was on last night but I just disabled G-Sync. Rebooted and enabled it again and it is working fine now. I did notice some tiny tearing playing MSG V last night but I thought I was being paranoid hence I thought it was weird the refresh counter not moving while G-Sync enabled. Think I'll keep an eye on that.

You can still get tearing if your game's framerate exceeds the monitor's maximum refreshrate of 100 Hz, because gsync will then fall back to your vsync setting. If you don't like tearing, turn vsync on. Gsync will override vsync as long as the framerate stays below 100.
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Originally Posted by TheMadMan697 View Post

The GTX 660/670/680/690 & GTX 760/770 are based on the GK104 whereas the GTX 780 is GK110. I bet that is why the 780 can do 100 Hz. It seems like the GK104 cards can only hit 95 Hz. Can someone confirm if their GK104 card can get 100 Hz.

That's helpful info! At least we know what to look out for and data can be collected
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it seems confirmed that you need GK110 for 3440x1440@100hz

but Someone mentioned before that on GK104 (GTX670 etc ) you can achieve only 60hz at 3440x1440

also some other figures seems to confirm GK104 can reach 95hz..

can you pls link the source ?

Thanks
I'd like to gather more info
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Can GTX980 get me 100hz?
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Originally Posted by BethorMorgan View Post

it seems confirmed that you need GK110 for 3440x1440@100hz

but Someone mentioned before that on GK104 (GTX670 etc ) you can achieve only 60hz at 3440x1440

also some other figures seems to confirm GK104 can reach 95hz..

can you pls link the source ?

Thanks
I'd like to gather more info

I can confirm that I am able to get 95 Hz with the GTX 670

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Originally Posted by Searchofsub View Post

Can GTX980 get me 100hz?

Yes
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