Ok now I have another problem, the desktop becomes black.
I don't know what happened but win + arrow disabled the surround.
Note that I used DDU before but did not fix it.
1) When I use HDMI Out, the resolution is too big and I can't open the NVCP (or any app) to remove the surround.
2) When I use...
Now I also see small icons and reinstalling drivers did not fix neither of the two problems
@Chastity I know I don't need to use HDMI out but I did and now everything is bugged. Removing the cable on HDMI out can fix it but putting it...
Ok but I guess you are using the receiver as primary? Laptop display (g-sync capable) is not your primary. Can g-sync still work with...
What? 2 is the receiver.
Also could you answer my 2 questions:
They aren't of them same size, in my case the receiver is the smallest display.
You didn't use the configure surround...
What about monitor -> receiver HDMI out port?
To be honest it feels a bit laggy and screenshots aren't working.
Can you tell me or...
@Chastity Ok I'm confused.
GPU -> Monitor with DP.
GPU -> Receiver with HDMI (HDMI IN port).
it is all right?
When I do this my desktop becomes...
I'm sorry but I didn't understand what you said, which connections should I use?
Is there a receiver that supports DisplayPort? And if so, can G-sync work with it?
I did some tests:
1) Turning the pc off and on doesn't fix the problem, reboot instead can fix it.
2) Disabling enhancements,...
Do you mean this setting? If yes, on the sound card "speakers" is not there, just with nvidia's HDMI or monitor's...
I think yes, check the power strip, it can use the 3 holes.
Should I use like in the first 2 pics or the others?
For the receiver:
For the UPS:
Then I tried for the receiver:...
It doesn't fix it, restarting the audio services fixes some interferences but not all of them.
@RealNC @AsiJu are you there?
I use a Home Theatre with a SPDIF cable and a sound card Sound Blaster Z.
When I use Windows sleep mode and after a couple of minutes I go back to...
1) You said windowed mode is always v-synced but fps can go above the refresh rate, does that mean fps are not "real"?
On windowed mode...