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Tested this on my AOC AG322QCX 144Hz monitor, Freesync works flawlessy with my GTX 1080Ti.

Night and day difference in smoothness when framerate dips.

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Verified working on my Viotek GN32DB. There's a very faint flicker every few seconds with the pendulum test though, haven't tested it with games. It's not something that would bother me as it took me a while to actually notice it.

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On the nvidia adaptive sync webpage it says 700 series card are compatible. But I don't see this? I saw someone say only 10 series an up works. Which is true?

https://www.geforce.com/hardware/tec...supported-gpus


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Quote: Originally Posted by UNOE View Post
On the nvidia adaptive sync webpage it says 700 series card are compatible. But I don't see this? I saw someone say only 10 series an up works. Which is true?

https://www.geforce.com/hardware/tec...supported-gpus
Adaptive Vsync is just regular vsync + vsync off when fps drops.

This is Adaptive Sync, and it's for Pascal and Turing only unfortunately.


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Hello.I know it's my first post but i am an lurker on this site for almost 2 years.
My driver update with Gforce Expiriance to 417.71.I cannot see any g-sync option in Nvidia Control Panel.
I tried to install the driver in the first post but i get this error: Nvidia Graphics Driver it's not compatible with this Windows version.And also this one This graphics driver cannot find any compatible graphics hardware.
I am running WIN 7 a GTX970 and my monitor it's an LG 34UC79G.
Dose it work only on WIN 10?
Thank you.
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I won't get a chance to test this until after work but I just installed the driver and Nvidia control panel shows my Freesync panel (BenQ XL2730Z) as Gsync compatible.

Edit-as soon as I apply settings for Gsync I get a black screen

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Quote: Originally Posted by DeathKCube View Post
Hello.I know it's my first post but i am an lurker on this site for almost 2 years.
My driver update with Gforce Expiriance to 417.71.I cannot see any g-sync option in Nvidia Control Panel.
I tried to install the driver in the first post but i get this error: Nvidia Graphics Driver it's not compatible with this Windows version.And also this one This graphics driver cannot find any compatible graphics hardware.
I am running WIN 7 a GTX970 and my monitor it's an LG 34UC79G.
Dose it work only on WIN 10?
Thank you.
Win 10 only I believe.
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Quote: Originally Posted by DeathKCube View Post
Hello.I know it's my first post but i am an lurker on this site for almost 2 years.
My driver update with Gforce Expiriance to 417.71.I cannot see any g-sync option in Nvidia Control Panel.
I tried to install the driver in the first post but i get this error: Nvidia Graphics Driver it's not compatible with this Windows version.And also this one This graphics driver cannot find any compatible graphics hardware.
I am running WIN 7 a GTX970 and my monitor it's an LG 34UC79G.
Dose it work only on WIN 10?
Thank you.
unfortunately, maxwell is not included. "only" pascal and turing cards are supported.

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If anyone here has the Samsung 27" Curved QLED WQHD Gaming Monitor (CHG70) LC27HG70QQEXXY please advise how you go with these drivers.Hopefully it’s not too bad.Can’t test my monitor until the weekend unfortunately.
https://www.reddit.com/r/nvidia/comm...c_if_you_have/
https://www.reddit.com/r/nvidia/comm...g_master_list/

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Is there word on variable overdrive? Would it be possible to have it on G-sync compatible monitors?
It should work fine, VRR has nothing to do with OD, OD is done by the monitor itself. Depends on how a specific monitor behaves when running in adaptive sync mode.

Quote: Originally Posted by umeng2002 View Post
Enabling G-sync overrides all of your V-sync options.
No it does not when you are outside of VRR range.

Quote: Originally Posted by PwrSuprUsr View Post
If you have something like afterburner, you should limit the max frame rate to 142 on the GPU side. That way you're always within G-Sync range and it never triggers V-Sync at 144 Hz.
You cannot limit max frame rate on a GPU side, there is no hardware in the GPU to do so. All you can do is wait = sleep and stall a process/thread in software be it in a game or RTSS or GPU driver etc. It's all simply sleeping the rendering thread and blocking it to execute for a few miliseconds depending on your set FPS limit, 1/FPS = frametime.

Quote: Originally Posted by jologskyblues View Post
Not likely. You need a G-sync module for that.
You don't need it for that. The monitor electronics can do just the same, the electronics don't need to be named Gsync and sold by Nvidia at a high price.
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It should work fine, VRR has nothing to do with OD, OD is done by the monitor itself. Depends on how a specific monitor behaves when running in adaptive sync mode.
What I meant to ask is if it's possible for nVidia to have control over variable overdrive without their module (through drivers, for instance, upon detection of the particular model).

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