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post #103 of (permalink) Old 12-07-2016, 12:07 PM
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I got this monitor a few weeks ago and it was on v02 firmware worked great for the most part. Then I updated to the newest firmware and it completely broken freesync. I have been in contact with their support for the past week but it has been moving slow. Tried flashing to v06 firmware thinking it would fix the problem but it is still broken. I edited the freesync range in CRU like suggested by support but no change. Not sure what to do now. Anyone that has the older firmware I would be most grateful.. Maybe if I flash back to v02 it will fix it...

What's the problem you have? I seem to be the only one not experiencing problems with freesync. I just received a V08 firmware that fixed the color problem in V07 but I think the adaptive sync hasn't changed since V06.

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