I have G-sync colors problem.

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I have G-sync colors problem.

Post by regi » 25 Feb 2020, 11:44

Hey guys. I have G-sync colors problem.
I’ve noticed that when I’m playing PUBG I get colors separation that was like a 3D movie without 3D glasses.
This problem happens when I set 240hz & G-sync.
It's really annoying.
Please, someone tell me the solution.
I’m using a GeForce 1070 with Windows 10 and a 6700.
And I'm using c27rg50.

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Re: I have G-sync colors problem.

Post by Chief Blur Buster » 25 Feb 2020, 23:58

This looks very bad -- did you upgrade the drivers?

A different monitor with a similar problem in GSYNC, had to be fixed via an RMA, but drivers have also solved colors-related problems on other models. I have not heard of a specific problem pattern for this particular model of monitor, so this is unusual.
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Re: I have G-sync colors problem.

Post by regi » 26 Feb 2020, 00:12

Chief Blur Buster wrote:
25 Feb 2020, 23:58
This looks very bad -- did you upgrade the drivers?

A different monitor with a similar problem in GSYNC, had to be fixed via an RMA, but drivers have also solved colors-related problems on other models. I have not heard of a specific problem pattern for this particular model of monitor, so this is unusual.
I'm using drivers ver. 442.19 (02/03/2020)

I was trying to solve this and I found that this problem started at over 210 Hz.

I think it might be a monitor problem, not a driver.

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