12-26-2019 01:27 PM - edited 12-26-2019 01:28 PM
Hi, recently bought this hp pavilion 690-0073w and noticed some screen tearing while playing games. Freesync is turned on in the settings of my Acer CB272 monitor but I don't see the option to turn on Gsync in the Nvidia control panel. Is it possible to enable that somehow or is it disabled because of my monitor?
12-26-2019 02:05 PM
How do you connect your monitor ? The requirement is
System Requirement: Must support DisplayPort 1.2 directly from the GPU
but your machine does not list Display port, only ports from motherboard. Please check again and use the right port.
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12-29-2019 09:14 AM
Make sure you have the latest version of the Nvidia drivers.
Taken from PC World:
- Right-click on the Windows desktop and select Nvidia Control Panel
- Expand the Display section of the left-hand navigation pane and select Set up G-Sync
- Check the “Enable G-Sync, G-Sync Compatible” box and select the Active Sync display you’d like to use if you have more than one monitor
- Check the “Enable settings for the selected display model” box
- Click “Apply” in the bottom-right
“If the above isn’t available, or isn’t working, you may need to go to Manage 3D Settings, click the Global tab, scroll down to Monitor Technology, select G-SYNC Compatible in the drop down, and then click Apply