alejans wrote:no its really like the monitor is having problems... ive tried a custom reso through nvidia settings and set hz to 239. that pretty much fixed it
now its all fluid but that cant be the right way for other people...
239Hz looks fine but 240Hz starts to malfunction? Very interesting!
Are you able to post a photo of the problems? For example, take a picture of one of the TestUFO tests at both 239Hz and 240Hz -- and post both pictures? This might help us determine if this is something that requires RMA.
Also; this might be fixable by slightly reducing Horizontal Total or Vertical Total a little bit, you might be somehow going over the dotclock limit -- even reducing Horizontal Total to 2040 instead of 2080 may actually do the job making 240Hz work properly. Also, ToastyX may do the job a little bit better than NVIDIA Custom Resolution since sometimes it overrides itself and outputs a modified mode.