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post #1201 of 3060
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Originally Posted by Nico67 View Post

Ok I have a slight issue. Nvidia control panel doesn't have the "Prefered Refresh Rate" option for me, and I am guessing its because I have my refresh rate set at 95hz. Trouble is now I can't use the Highest available option to overide game settings and as such I am stuck at 50hz in BDO.

Any knowledgeable persons that can confirm that the option is missing because it can't select the highest EDID of 100hz?

Also any forseeable problems in creating a custom res at 3440x1440 95hz and select that res in Nvidia control panel so it only has one refresh rate under the select res? I assume Gsync will still work fine?


Just set the refreshrate on your panel and go into display settings in windows, then select 100hz.


All games should run your refreshrate natively, with a few exceptions.
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My Predator X34 arrived this morning - very pleased with it smile.gif

Hope that it's OK to post my review video biggrin.gif

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Originally Posted by Lumpiersorz View Post

Just set the refreshrate on your panel and go into display settings in windows, then select 100hz.


All games should run your refreshrate natively, with a few exceptions.

Unfortunately, it flickers a bit at 100hz, but only in games. Haven't tried with BDO, but I can only do 95hz for others I have tried. This is the only time that running less than 100hz has catually proved to be a problem, even though I don't need more than about 75hz in reality for BDO due to actually framerate.
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We has a club nowz!
post #1205 of 3060
Aight, question:

Got an X34 last week, and everything is ace. 100hz, no backlight bleed, great color, no scanlines, etc. etc. Don't know if I got a golden goose or what here, but I'm not gonna complain. The thing I'm trying to figure out is the G-sync. I have g-sync turned on everywhere, and am running at between 80 and 100 fps in games, but I'm still getting some screen tearing. The screen tearing would seem to imply I don't have G-sync turned on but since I'm running at 80 to 100 fps (using the monitors built in frame counter), that would mean G-sync has to be turned on (it's activated in NVCP as well btw).

The tearing is few and far between, but it does happen, usually along the top 1/3rd of the monitor and lasting several frames it seems (usually persists for about half a second to a full second) before rectifying itself. It's rare, but it is occurring. I do have V-sync disabled in game and in the NVCP, and I am running SLI GPU's, so I'm wondering if it's SLI or Driver related, or if the G-sync module maybe needs a firmware update or something.

Anyone else experiencing anything like this?
post #1206 of 3060
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V-sync needs on too. Gsync with v-sync enabled.
post #1207 of 3060
Without Vsync on, I'm assuming you are going over 100 FPS at times. Doesn't matter if it's just .1 FPS over 100, you'll get tearing outside of the G-Sync range.

Like funfordcobra said, turn on VSync within the NVCP to avoid this. Or you can cap FPS using rivatuner
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How does coil whine manifest itself exactly? Is it normal to hear a faint 'buzz' on very white screens, some websites for example? Also, how is BLB for others?
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post #1209 of 3060
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I'm changed to OP Club operator. Since we are starting off this club late status, if you want in throw up a pic of your lil acer buddy and you're in. smile.gif
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Edited by funfordcobra - 2/24/16 at 8:17pm
post #1210 of 3060
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Originally Posted by funfordcobra View Post

V-sync needs on too. Gsync with v-sync enabled.

Well there it is then. I was thinking G-sync was supposed to do away with V-sync. What about when the in game fps is capped. enable V-sync there as well?
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