Enabling G-sync overrides all of your V-sync options.
I read somewhere recently that you SHOULD enable vsync from your specific game 3d app settings menu in Nvidia control panel. This is a special "gsync aware vsync" and that it is suppose to be better. All while having gsync enabled, and vsync disabled via your specific game settings menu.
Also, does anyone with a normal gsync monitor spot any issues? My fear was that they'd break something with the "regular" gsync users by doing this. Currently I'm two versions behind now , debating the upgrade in drivers.
Dumb question but how does one go about verifying that it is in fact working? I have a 1080ti installed the new drivers, went to the g-sync section and enabled on main display, an ASUS mg279.
Your monitor should have some type of menu or OSD that displays the current Hz of the monitor. Make sure that and the output of your FPS on screen are in sync.
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