Originally Posted by ToTheSun!
Everyone? Damn, that is a lot of people.
a lot of nvidia users ask in monitor threads if they can use the gsync for that fs monitor or the other....how many people do you think spend 2 grands on a gpu and a gsync monitor? they have the "certified" one but they prefer risking on a fs monitor.... why?
It's ok spending 1400$ on a 2080ti but I would save 100$ from the monitor, oh and will be better to have a free games in it because, you know 50$ for a game .. it's too much!!!!!
Originally Posted by Asmodian
Are those VRR displays not a flickering mess with another VRR method (Freesync)?
I thought that the limitations of Gsync compatible were more on the display side and not the technology side. At least if manual enabling v.s. automatic enability in not important. It seems very unlikely that the drivers will black list some displays so you cannot turn on VRR or remove support for adaptive sync altogether. What are you worried about?
Everyone? I definitely do not. I will spend whatever it takes to get the best VRR OLED "gaming monitor" I can. If there was a G-sync OLED available today I would buy it in a heartbeat at almost any price. The C9 is a nice display, and with VRR it gets better, but it doesn't handle full range RGB input very well, obviously expecting limited range YCbCr.
If you don't get it enabled from the driver THAN it is not guaranteed at all that it will work, you can manually obviously, but it will be a black screen/flickering mess. They enable monitor by monitor on a driver level, at least this is what they said.
Ok let's switch to 90%, not everyone lol
gsync monitors are rare at least in the forums I daily read..... it is more common from one year or so that nvidia users choose a fs version of the same monitor instead of gsync (even due to limitations on the same panel), example the 34GK950 34'' LG 21:9 IPS......same panel, two versions....gsync version is rare while fs is quite popular (for a 1000$ monitor of course).