Does someone know how to enable the g-sync indicator in nvcp through .reg or other means?

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  1. Prophet

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    In some recent drivers this is disabled on every reboot and I can't figure out a way to force it. Enabling it in the nvcp on every boot is just a desirable outcome for me.
     
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    Why do you need this? The lack of constant stuttering with the quays-mandatory fps limiter is a good enough indicator in my opinion (and it's fairly easy to monitor the fps to see if the limiter works or not).
    I only time I turned this on was when I went checking if G-Sync Compatible works with DolbyVision (and ME:A is so damn fragile in DV, I shut pretty much everything down in the background to limit their potential interference). -> To my surprise, it did work. | And my be when borderless Unity games stuttered.
     
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    Because I don't want to have to enable the G-sync indicator each time I reboot.
     
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    But why do you need the indicator?
     

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    I don't need it, but I would like it. My system is fairly optimized and the games I play with G-sync on provide a small difference in experience with G-sync on. I just wanna make sure it's on.
     
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    ... hence my previous argument: you will surely see the obvious stuttering with a framerate limiter On and G-Sync Off. And then a framerate limiter makes G-Sync much better than G-Sync with no limiter. Problem solved without a ridiculous green overlay on at all times to cover the image.
     
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    Export your registry with indicator off.

    Turn it on and again export to another file.

    Use an advanced text editor to compare files and see what changed (Word is probably advanced enough).
    Rename files to .txt to be able to open them and avoid accidentally merging them to registry.
     
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    This would probably work and I tested it but it's literally pages on pages of diffs. And yes, I disabled everything from running.
     
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    Have you considered using Nvidia Profile Inspector, instead? You can enable or disable the G-Sync indicator individually, for whichever application you'd like. There's even a thread about it here.
     
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    That's way better than the indicator. Most monitor OSD's don't even have live refresh rate readouts. A+
     
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    Nice tool, but why not include it by default in MSI Afterburner and RTSS so we can tweak its OSD (color, spacing) to match our settings?

    By default there's a little spacing bug in OSD when fps are above 99, resulting in for example "D3D11141 FPS" when it should display "D3D11 141 FPS".

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    Probably because he doesn't make rtss, he makes inspector. Maybe ask @Unwinder
     

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    When I enable the indicator it survives reboots without an issue. Running 452.22
     

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