Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce' started by gerardfraser, Jan 27, 2015.
Doesn't work for me. My monitor is a Dell U2713H, not HM.
100% working on my ROG Swift. It's a miracle!
Were you receiving "favors" from an intern while testing it?
G-SYNC working on a G-SYNC monitor, with NVIDIA GPUs, who would have guessed!
But maybe he has now 3.5" longer cable...
(Yeah, sorry, but this thread may be something where we can troll without actually causing baseless harm to anyone.)
Have you seen stock market? going from 20.6 to 19.6 in a day. If this goes on I may consider buying some as there will be recovery soon.
Maybe he now made it appear in driver control panel?
Looks like its auto on by default anyway..
A monitor with a fixed refresh rate becomes dynamic through a driver tweak ? We'd have seen some success stories by now if that driver really could magically overhaul your monitor into a product with a dynamic refresh rate.
And since freesync / adaptive sync monitors are not yet available ... well.
He might be able to force enable GSYNC by changing a register in the registry, see above. But I doubt very much much it does anything.
He has the driver on his site right ? If you install, better check your system for bitcoin miners / virusses or something.
Update: I just looked closely at his video, I can see VSYNC judder when he enables GSYNC on both instances. So again, he can 'unlock' GSync at software level, but it seems its only kickin in VSYNC mode.
Some people at pcper looked into it.
edit: lol few seconds late
Kudos for making any weird/foolish thoughts go away. This is the fact. Magic is not true guys..
I suggest this thread to be closed..so a decent profile is kept in forums.We have enough -rubbish- posts in the allocation thread. This is only my opinion ofc
The only modification lays in nvlddmkm.sys, no other file.
You can clearly see a difference in the latest video he posted recorded at 240fps. Its in the second link the OP posted. When it's switched on there is no tearing. Now the performance of a GPU on a modded driver is something else entirely.
There is no doubt its working in the video though.
Starting to think these guys are on a payroll.
I would like to have toilet paper roll of brand which sends them here
But just side note, recording variable refresh rate which does not stutter in real world by 30/60 fps camera immediately introduces stutter upon playback.
It really requires very fast camera + very fast screen and slowing down of video to remove most of recording based stutter. You can't remove all, it is not technically possible.
Yeah, wouldn't it be nice if it worked that easy? Never thought so though....
Welp, now we know. His website was closed at the request of Nvidias lawyers.
That seals it in truth.
I think anything NVidia does since 1/26~ is going to be under a severe microscope at least for a little while, ala above ^
Damn I read the thread topic and got hyped up (again), would it be possible for moderators to edit the thread topic to confirmed or debunked?
is there any truth to this?