Anyhow I can tell for 100% sure that G-Sync is working in-game and that ULMB is working on Test-Ufo if I alt-tab out of my game but how do I tell if both are working together in BF1 at the same time? It would seem quite unlogical for the strobing to be working on TestUfo in the background but not in BF1 in the foreground, and there is no "2 seconds black screen" when I alt-tab out so it's not like if one of these 2 features would toggle on/off while doing so. Does that mean that they are both working together even if I have no confirmation anywhere? My frame rate is usually on average at 100-110FPS as I know it only works between 85-120 even though the monitor can go up to 165Hz, no reason why though.
First, switch to a refresh rate other than 120Hz. Like 144 or 100. Then:
Then run CRU. Find the entry for [email protected] It's probably in the extension block (the box at the bottom). Double click the extension block entry. Once you find the [email protected] entry, double click it. A dialog will open that looks like this:
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Click the "Total" radio box. Then in the second column "Vertical", add 5 to the number you see there. If for example it's 1525, make it 1530. Whatever it is, just add 5.
Click OK on everything until CRU closes.
In the NVidia panel, disable G-Sync. Close the NVidia panel.
In the CRU directory, run "restart.exe".
Open the nvidia panel and select 120Hz.
In the monitor's OSD, enable ULMB.
In the nvidia panel, enable G-Sync.
In the "3D settings" in the nvidia panel, make sure the "preferred refresh rate" setting is "application preference", otherwise games will automatically switch to 144Hz where this hack doesn't work.