Separate ULMB and GSYNC setting for games and Windows10

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ramydenton
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Separate ULMB and GSYNC setting for games and Windows10

Post by ramydenton » 24 Nov 2018, 05:45

Is it possible in Windows10 to have ulmb on Windows10 desktop and have gsync on fullscreen games?

I don't want to use them at the same time. I just want my desktop to have ulmb and games to have gsync.

Also does anyone know how to have an icon on my desktop which switches the screen between ulmb and gsync.
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Re: Separate ULMB and GSYNC setting for games and Windows10

Post by Chief Blur Buster » 24 Nov 2018, 12:18

Use NVIDIA Control Panel:

Manage 3D Settings -> Monitor Technology -> ULMB/G-SYNC on a per-app basis

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