Originally Posted by gupsterg
You will see message on screen that FreeSync is disabled, but if AMD driver panel shows it as enabled (hover over switch and you should see range) then all is well.
You can check FreeSynce is working by running a game and seeing Hz change in OSD.
I have attached a profile for ASUS MG279Q for use with ToastyX's CRU, it will apply 57-144Hz FreeSync range. Just load profile, apply and reboot.
I have 1080 Ti, so testing it through nv control panel - it says, "g-sync is active".
You think it really works? I mean, I can't see any changes, because I simply have no tearing in games
OSD shows refresh rate floating with 144Hz set in control panel - the actual value is 143Hz, varying time to time.
Though, I must say, Freesync worked within 144Hz even on day-1 when nvidia released those drivers - I saw rate floating around 143Hz mark, as well as Freesync was ON in OSD menu - it's just about that message popping out about 35-90Hz range.
Maybe it's something about nvidia drivers and gsync range. Or maybe I had the monitor modified a long ago - however, the last radeon I've had was 7950, and it didn't supported freesync at all.
P.S. I've changed only upper range from 90 to 144Hz - so it looks like 35-144Hz now. Does it have to be more conservative, like you've done, from 57 to 144? Freesync range limiters?