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post #321 of 3061
21:9 HUD fix WIP Almost perfect. The power armor hud is still messed.

http://www.wsgf.org/forums/viewtopic.php?f=68&t=30431&p=162273#p162273

Refer to ekrboi's post / copy his interface folder into your data folder. It's for surround, but works well enough for now.



Edited by Smokey the Bear - 11/12/15 at 3:46am
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I always read this display would NOT do Nvidia 3D Vision. However, the Nvidia Control panel gives me the option to setup Stereoscopic 3D. I don't have a transmitter or glasses, but I clicked anyway to see what it would do. It actually took me to the 3D setup screen - so can I do 3D with this display? I've got it oc' to 100Hz - I'm wondering if it can do 50Hz 3D and if so, that should look pretty darn good!
post #323 of 3061
If the monitor OSD says it's running in "3d mode" then yes it can.
If not then it can't.
It's also unknown whether "lightboost" (the predecessor to ULMB and what 3d vision 2 uses) would work, and even if it did, Lightboost is unlocked by an Nvidia specific DDC driver handshake and activated by certain custom resolutions with certain vertical totals. The ones for 1080p panels were known. The ones for 1440p panels are not known (if they even work).
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post #324 of 3061
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Originally Posted by Mikey- View Post

I've had to jump through hoops to get Fallout 4 to run perfectly on this monitor.

This has included forcing Fullscreen in the ini settings, setting up a custom SLI profile in Nvidia Inspector using Tomb Raider 2013, adding the necessary iFPSClamp=60 setting that Bethesda always leaves out, capping the frames at 60 using MSI Afternburner, and finally overclocking my two GTX 980s.

If anyone has a similar setup to mine, and can't get Fallout 4 to run smoothly, then give me a shout. My understanding is that when you arrive at the big cities your frame rate goes to hell. I'm still just outside vault 111, near my home, so maybe things will go to hell later on. And yes that's how long it took me to get this game up and running. Two blasted days.

Smooth as silk right now though. The wonders of Gsync are paying off big time in this game. It's a holiday where I am, so I'm going to play the living daylights of this game.
Hey man, can you tell me what you did to the two ini files to get it to work right? I've been using this https://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=551069501&tscn=1447077828 and I'm still getting horrible fps (in the 40 range) in Concord. I have two 980 tis in SLI and forced sli to work using NvidiaInspector to use Fallout 3 sli bits and using AFR 2 for sli mode. Still didn't expect such poor performance.
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Don't use sli with 980ti yet for fallout 4.
Use 1 card until a proper sli profile is released. You will lose performance and cause stuttering forcing afr.
post #326 of 3061
In BO3 in fullscreen mode the game settings don't give the option of over 60 hz. Do you guys think this is an issue with the game not having it as a setting for the 3440x1440 resolution or does the monitor tell the game what refresh rates are available and somehow isn't doing that?
Edited by Crimson AL - 11/12/15 at 7:56am
post #327 of 3061
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In BO3 in fullscreen mode the game settings don't give the option of over 60 hz. Do you guys think this is an issue with the game not having it as a setting for the 3440x1440 resolution or does the monitor tell the game what refresh rates are available and somehow isn't doing that?

 

I'd say it is a bug with the game or with the drivers, but still a bug anyway. I read of others that say the 100Hz option appears only if you use borderless window fullscreen.

post #328 of 3061
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So the official word from ACER is that if you experience ANY difficulties over 60Hz, its not their problem because the monitor is only capable of "up to" 100Hz and is only guaranteed to work flawlessly to 60Hz.. They are "fixing" the WFS issue but that's IT because it happens even when at 60Hz or below and that will take 2 weeks or more depending on your location.

They are also deleting angry posts as well on the acer forum effectively erasing any tracks. I've taken a full 48 page photobucket album if this goes to class action. They have banned me for even mentioning class action.
post #329 of 3061
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Originally Posted by funfordcobra View Post

So the official word from ACER is that if you experience ANY difficulties over 60Hz, its not their problem because the monitor is only capable of "up to" 100Hz and is only guaranteed to work flawlessly to 60Hz.. They are "fixing" the WFS issue but that's IT because it happens even when at 60Hz or below and that will take 2 weeks or more depending on your location.

They are also deleting angry posts as well on the acer forum effectively erasing any tracks. I've taken a full 48 page photobucket album if this goes to class action. They have banned me for even mentioning class action.

Saw that, wanted to thank you for your persistence.

I will be setting up a refund with Newegg on Saturday. Acer has made no attempt to acknowledge that they will resolve the Scanline issue. Not sure how they plan on continuing to sell a defective monitor and people to be happy with it.
post #330 of 3061
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Originally Posted by funfordcobra View Post

So the official word from ACER is that if you experience ANY difficulties over 60Hz, its not their problem because the monitor is only capable of "up to" 100Hz and is only guaranteed to work flawlessly to 60Hz.. They are "fixing" the WFS issue but that's IT because it happens even when at 60Hz or below and that will take 2 weeks or more depending on your location.

They are also deleting angry posts as well on the acer forum effectively erasing any tracks. I've taken a full 48 page photobucket album if this goes to class action. They have banned me for even mentioning class action.

Holy cow that's so bad man I will never buy an Acer product after reading this.
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