Or drop refresh rate to 120hz.
I've reduced my refresh rate to 120hz as a temporary fix.
The flickering can be very subtle and fast, and happens sporadically.
Add me in, regarding flickering issues with my Asus 1080ti strix + LG 32gk850g 144hz Gsync monitor. Reverting to previous driver fixes this.
As soon as AMD floods the market with their cards, Nvidia will do the same...
Great, another card that we can't buy...
Waiting for a proper upgrade from my 1080ti. Bring the 3080ti :)
This feature made more sense for older gsync models not new ones.
Nice, no 1080ti performance gimping...yet.
Nvidia in general is taking a beating in this game. I suspect more driver optimisation is on the way.
This Neo line is overpriced rgb stuff. Flare x is better and less expensive.
What motherboard and processor do you have installed?
Not on ASUS.
Please check in event viewer log, if it spits whea warnings They are easy to reproduce. Just run CPUZ, HWINFO, RYZEN MASTER or MSI AFTERBURNER.
Exactly, these errors are harmless, nonetheless AMD said they fixed them, but they are stil there. And these errors point to Nvidia.
WHEA errors not fixed.
Warnings "Event 17, WHEA-Logger" eliminated in Windows Event Log - THIS IS NOT FIXED
Biggest issue for me with a ASUS X570 Prime Pro is the chipset heat. It reachs 80 degrees when pushing my GPU, because it sucks all the hot air...
600 Euros for a 9900k vs 320 Euros 2700x. Almost double the price for such a low performance difference.
If AMD drops their price, it will...
The already one year old 8700k had a price increase, and I bet that was on purpose to drive people to buy this at higher prices.