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Since I don't know what's going on with that Google Doc...

My LG 34UC80-B is working correctly. No frame skipping past 60 Hz when you enable Fullscreen and Windowed G-Sync mode.

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My 29UM68-P Ultrawide from LG. Seems to working quite well, I have not experienced any flickering yet.

I used to get frame skipping at 75hz, not any more with free sync enabled.

I used https://www.nvidia.com/coolstuff/demos#!/g-sync to make sure everything is working!

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Quote: Originally Posted by Nick the Slick View Post
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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https://www.reddit.com/r/nvidia/comm...gsyncfreesync/


EDIT: I must limit my framerate to 74hz so I don't go out of range, correct?

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So I found a weird issue with Gsync/Freesync on.

If I reboot my system (while Sync is on) will lock up as it's logging in. If I disable Gsync (Freesync on my actual monitor OSD) once I've rebooted, no lock up.

Anyone else experience an issue like this? Not that big a deal I guess I'll just disable Gsync/Freesync when I'm not gaming.

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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?
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Didn't work for me on Windows 8.1 either. Same monitor. Had to change to Windows 10 before Gsync showed up.

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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.
No, that’s false information. Gsync modules do overdrive compensation for the varying refresh rates of the particular panel it is used with. Whether it is noticeable or not in the real world is another subject matter.

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Works well on my 38UC99. It still has some slight frameskipping at 75 Hz, and forces 75 Hz global refreshrate with FreeSync enabled because otherwise it breaks with crazy blinking and stuttering, so I just leave this 75 Hz alone and lock to 60 in games instead of setting 60 Hz as global refreshrate. I have settled with 33-63 range, going below 33 causes blinking during loading screens. Going below range (like 30 FPS cutscenes in some games) doesn't seem to cause any issues, it just looks with normal V-sync disabled. So far so good, better than expected. It will take few months of playing different games to really tell how stable it is, but so far no issues in few games tested

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Quote: Originally Posted by jologskyblues View Post
No, that’s false information. Gsync modules do overdrive compensation for the varying refresh rates of the particular panel it is used with. Whether it is noticeable or not in the real world is another subject matter.
But other display controllers could do it too, that is all they were saying.
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AOC Q3279VWFD8: set range in CRU to 36-76Hz, will run adaptive synced 20-74fps maybe even lower, can't test that.
To make it sync up in case of issues, run a 3D application that sets adaptive sync ON, turn monitor soft off and on. Done, synced and fixed. Going to sleep makes it faintly duplicate previous frame so I have to do this so far it seems to make it sync up.
Range can't be raised so the whole range is below what I use anyway, meaning for me personally VRR ranges with max below 144Hz might as well not exist at all.

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@jologskyblues : the very same processing that is happening in Gsync modules you can do in electronics on a monitor without a Gsync module, what do you think it is? It's just a damn processor and a bunch of RAM, the same processing can be done a different processor. Monitors already have scalers and OSD insertion and all kinds of stuff that even Gsync module doesn't support with it's limited firmware. You can write the firmware on non Gsync monitor to have adaptive overdrive. Or you could even do it in TCON probably, since both of these parts can have OD. Gsync brings nothing other than control and money to Nvidia. It is not some magical super proprietary chip, it's a damn FGPA.

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If you get frame skipping in Windows when you bump up the refresh rate, make sure the G-Sync is set for fullscreen and windowed programs and not just fullscreen.

Also watch for weird behavior. If I reboot, the frame skipping comes back, so I have to turn my refresh rate to 60 Hz then turn it back up to 75 Hz.

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