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Default NVIDIA G-Sync Explored and Explained - 12-12-2013, 13:00 | posts: 6,462

NVIDIA recently announced GSync, a technology that is named to be a game changer, yes G-Sync eliminated toe problems that come with VSYNC on and off. meaning no more Sync stuttering and or Screen te...

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Default 04-24-2016, 12:52 | posts: 1,712 | Location: France

I've used G-Sync for almost a year now, i love my G-Sync screen, but there's some random reliablity issues when activated as default. Some desktop software or game compatibility can crash the driver, or crash the game.

I started last week having it disabled by default, and just hand-picking which software i want to use with G-Sync in 'Manage 3D settings'->'select program'.

So disabled most of the time, but enabled in The Division, Battlefront, Battlefield 4...
I feel it's the safest way for an overall great experience.


Common issues i had were with Windows-Store based program (which include win10 default video player, generating black screens in fullscreen mode), crashes of League of Legends client etc...

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