G-Sync on one of multiple monitors
Hey, accoring to those I talked to this is very simple to do in Windows with the Nvidia drivers installed. Will it be possible to enable G-Sync on one monitor when another (non g-sync) monitor is connected to the same card? Will this be worked on for the Linux driver aswell? To get G-Sync going now I have to disable one monitor.
Hey, accoring to those I talked to this is very simple to do in Windows with the Nvidia drivers installed.

Will it be possible to enable G-Sync on one monitor when another (non g-sync) monitor is connected to the same card?

Will this be worked on for the Linux driver aswell? To get G-Sync going now I have to disable one monitor.

#1
Posted 03/18/2015 08:20 PM   
Support for that should be available in the 349.* driver series.
Support for that should be available in the 349.* driver series.

Aaron Plattner
NVIDIA Linux Graphics

#2
Posted 03/19/2015 03:28 PM   
Wow, I don't recognize NVIDIA ;-) Announcing new features in advance. Wow. Is it possible that you'll also support FreeSync by any chance? Something tells me G-Sync will die a slow and painful death.
Wow, I don't recognize NVIDIA ;-)

Announcing new features in advance. Wow.

Is it possible that you'll also support FreeSync by any chance? Something tells me G-Sync will die a slow and painful death.

Artem S. Tashkinov
Linux and Open Source advocate

#3
Posted 03/19/2015 08:24 PM   
[quote="birdie"]Wow, I don't recognize NVIDIA ;-) Announcing new features in advance. Wow. Is it possible that you'll also support FreeSync by any chance? Something tells me G-Sync will die a slow and painful death.[/quote] That seem to already be part of the Windows 349 driver, which has already been released, so I guess it wasn't really a secret anyway.
birdie said:Wow, I don't recognize NVIDIA ;-)

Announcing new features in advance. Wow.

Is it possible that you'll also support FreeSync by any chance? Something tells me G-Sync will die a slow and painful death.


That seem to already be part of the Windows 349 driver, which has already been released, so I guess it wasn't really a secret anyway.

#4
Posted 03/19/2015 11:45 PM   
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