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I have HP 25X monitor but I still can't get G-SYNC to work. Tried all remedies listed in community

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HP 25X- Need to know if my monitor is faulty as I do not have the same options as in the remedie for my issue.  G-SYNC enabled monitor but can't get it to show up on control panel.  Latest Nvidia software downloaded as well.Gaming but NO FreeSync optionGaming but NO FreeSync optionSwitched ONSwitched ONSet to Level 5Set to Level 5

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@Davud01 Welcome to HP Community!


I understand that you  can't get G-SYNC to work for HP 25X monitor.


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I have the same model X 25 F, , to make G-sync to work you need DP cable, what i know G sync only work with DP. Then Goes into the Nvidia setting then choose Nvidia control panel, which located in task bar menu on the right. then find resolution menu....



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