Originally Posted by Leopardi
Depends, I dont think the 32GK850F has issues, while the EX3203R doesn't run above 100Hz on nvidia. Even though they're both based on the same panel.
The panels don't care, you could drive them 10kHz if you wanted to. It's the electronics that differs between monitor makers. One board is often from panel maker (though someone else likely manufactures it) and that one is specific to the panel, it drives the panel, TCON (timing controller), this board is fed by yet another board, the board to which you plug DP, HDMI, ... cables, it does all the image decoding, processing, OSD overlay, ... it can do overdrive but I think TCOn can do overdrive as well.
Meaning, it's BenQ's fault or Nvidia's fault if the same monitor works in the same mode on GPUs not from Nvidia.
I will check the status on Q3279VWFD8 once the driver is available and isn't a pile of mess.
Nvidia will definitely have work to do to make it work on some monitors/brands. Standardized stuff probably not being implemented precisely to the standard. Hence why Nvidia felt like they need to control the monitors as well by offering Gsync board, not that it helped anyway...