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post #101 of 119 (permalink) Old 01-29-2019, 07:55 PM
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Working on my Acer XF250Q with 1080ti. Freesync range from 48-240hz.
Do you get any flickering or black screens?
Nope. I have only tested it with overdrive set to normal though. The higher settings cause visible ghosting so they are no use to me.

Also there is very little blur at higher fps rates anyway. I was already happy with this monitor for the cost. This just made the more demanding games that much better.

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Nope. I have only tested it with overdrive set to normal though. The higher settings cause visible ghosting so they are no use to me.

Also there is very little blur at higher fps rates anyway. I was already happy with this monitor for the cost. This just made the more demanding games that much better.
That's awesome. I gotta see this for myself. I post back later with my results along with 2 other freesync monitors.
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Yet again, another 4xx.xx driver that doesn't work for me and my LG OLED C7" + 1080 Ti. Still stuck on the last 3xx series driver. God help me.
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Yet again, another 4xx.xx driver that doesn't work for me and my LG OLED C7" + 1080 Ti. Still stuck on the last 3xx series driver. God help me.
What's not working for you? They work fine for me on my 1070 and OLED B7, HDR and all. Haven't testing HDR gaming though so not sure how that works, but works fine for movies and stuff.

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What's not working for you? They work fine for me on my 1070 and OLED B7, HDR and all. Haven't testing HDR gaming though so not sure how that works, but works fine for movies and stuff.
Input lag is 100+ ms and it's irreducible. The only solution for me is to stick with the older drivers. I've tried swapping the card out into a different setup entirely to use with my C7 and the issue persists.

I suspect it's an issue specifically to do with the 1080 Ti. Pretty lame considering how expensive it was and everything...

This is the least amount of time I've seen for one of my products to become more or less unsupported, and it's a shame because it's not a cheap one...
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A database with user input on "non-compatible" monitors would be nice, with info on flickering, input lag or other issues.

Can't test my AW2518HF until next Saturday
It is my understanding that anything that complies with freesync 2 is good to go, although some monitors require a bit of tweaking in the drivers.

I think gysnc and VRR monitors take slightly different approaches to low framerate situations, that are for all intent and purposes largely equivalent.
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Not trying to be an ass by bumping my own post but I'm getting desperate about finding a solution to my issue.

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Input lag is 100+ ms and it's irreducible. The only solution for me is to stick with the older drivers. I've tried swapping the card out into a different CPU+Mobo setup and different Windows 10 installation entirely to use with my C7 and the issue persists.

I suspect it's an issue specifically to do with the relationship between my LG 65" OLED C7 and my MSI Gaming X 1080 Ti. Pretty lame considering how expensive it was and everything...

This is the least amount of time I've seen for one of my products to become more or less unsupported, and it's a shame because it's not a cheap one...
Do I need to write bleeding heart letters to NVIDIA and pray every night?
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Not trying to be an ass by bumping my own post but I'm getting desperate about finding a solution to my issue.



Do I need to write bleeding heart letters to NVIDIA and pray every night?
And youre referring to using todays driver update?

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Been using my AW2518HF for a month already without a single problem. Works as it should, with G-Sync enabled, just like the AW2518H did.

Might have to RMA it tho (happens on 2 different GPUs and on a laptop with Intel graphics)

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And youre referring to using todays driver update?
I'm referring to every day from now back until the 3xx drivers. When the RTX card came out, NVIDIA began only releasing bugged drivers that don't work for the 1080 Ti + OLED C7 65" TV. In other words, NVIDIA created 1080 Ti display compatibility issues when creating their new drivers and they've never bothered to fix it. For all I know, I'll never be able to use NVIDIA again due to their poor driver support.

I understand they don't see AMD as competition at this point, but this is getting ridiculous.

I'm literally going to have to sell my 1080 Ti because NVIDIA dropped the ball so hard on their drivers. I honestly thought I'd never see the day. I switched from ATI to NVIDIA in the first place many years back due to the drivers. And now NVIDIA seems to be giving me the boot back to AMD.
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