Freesync/VRR Compatibility with Nvidia Megalist
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BrandModelSizeResolutionColor DepthColor GamutPanel TechStrobingRefreshrateMin VRRMax VRRPanelLFCDynamic OverdriveWorks?IssuesExtra
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AcerCB271HU27"2560x14408-bit+FRC100% SRGBIPSYes75Hz40Hz75HzYesNoYes
Easily able to change sync range to 30 - 75 Hz using CRU. Warning: According to newer reviews on Newegg Acer removed the un advertised Freesync/VRR support at some point so currently shipping models probably won't have it.
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AcerED242QRA24"1920x10808-bit72% NTSCVANo144Hz48Hz144Hz-YesNoYes*Uncomfirmed color changes-
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AcerED27327"1920x10808-bitVAYes144Hz48Hz144HzYesNoYes*In high stress situations, there is strobing around the edges, but it'll work for me as long as my minecraft server isn't running.
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AcerED27327"1920x10808-bitsRGBVANo144Hz48Hz144HzYesNoYes
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ACERED323QUR A31.5"2560x14408-bit72% NTSCVAYes144Hz48Hz144HzYesNoYes*
Seems that anything below 72fps will trigger LFC (double frame)
Everytime restarting PC, display need to "reinitialize" (change frequency back n forth) so that G-sync will work again
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AcerED347CKR34"3440x14408-bit72% NTSCVANo100Hz56Hz95HzSamsung LTM340YP03NoNoYesEverything under about 52hz flickered, so I upped the minimum to 56. I also lowered the max to 95 because for whatever reason it seemed to stutter at 100hz.Technically seems to work in borderless window, but it looks a lot better in full screen. Very happy with results. I have this monitor and there is minor flickering even on high refresh rates (around 80). Not as noticable, but it's still there. If the game goes below 56, it's basically unplayable. Not suitable for Nvidia cards at all. Can you please test this monitor some more?
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AcerKG251QDBMIIPX24"1920x10808-bitTNYes240Hz60Hz240HzNoYesYes
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AcerKG271BBMIIPX27"1920x10808-bit72& NTSCTNNo240Hz40Hz240HzNoYesYesOverdrive locked at "Normal" while FreeSync is ON.
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AcerKG271UA27"2560x14408-bitTN144Hz40Hz144Hz
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AcerVG270UP27"2560x14408-bit72% NTSCIPSYes144Hz40Hz144HzAUO M270DAN02.6YesNoYes-Overdrive is locked normal with VRR
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AcerVG271UP27"1920x10808-bit + (hi)FRCDCI-P3 90%IPSYes144Hz40Hz144HzInnolux probablyYesNoYes
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AcerXF240H24"1920x10808-bit72% NTSCTNNo144Hz48Hz144HzYesYes (unconfirmed)Yes*Only works when you set the monitors default refresh rate to 144hz
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AcerXF250QC24.5"1920x10808-bit100% sRGBTNNo240Hz40Hz144HzAUOYesNoYes*UPDATE: May work for one person https://old.reddit.com/r/nvidia/comments/agc348/freesyncvrr_compatibility_with_nvidia_megathread/eez9yn8/ The monitor reports a 40Hz to 144Hz VRR range to CRU although it should report 40Hz to 240Hz per Acer and other owners. Without G-Sync it does run at 240Hz using Nvidia custom display settings. When G-Sync is enabled max refresh rate is locked to 120 FPS and VRR barely works with severe flickering below 120 FPS. I have tried driver updates, reinstalling, and every other fix I could.Overdrive locked to normal with VRR
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AcerXF270HU(A)27"2560x14408-bit72% NTSCIPSNo144Hz40Hz144HzAUO M270DAN02.xYesNoYes-Overdrive is still unlocked even with VRR only for HUA model. HU locks OD to normal
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AcerXR341CK34"3440x14408-bit + FRC72% NTSCIPSNo75Hz30Hz75HzLG LM340UW2-SSA1YesNoYes--
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AcerXR382CQK38"3840x16008-bit + FRCIPSYes75Hz48Hz75HzNoNoHalflight flickering when monitor drops below VRR rangeHDR disabled in freesync
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AcerXV272U27"2560x14408-bit+FRC95% DCI-P3IPSNo144Hz48Hz144HzInnoluxYesNoYesOverdrive locked at 'Normal' while FreeSync is on.
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AcerXZ321QU32"2560x14408-bit85% NTSCVAYes144hz48hz144hzYesNoYes*FreeSync works well, the only issue is the flickering. The monitor flickers when your fps goes below or over the nvidia's LFC point (~62-65 fps) and when your fps is very unstable.FreeSync does not work well out of the box, you will need to install the monitor driver from the Acer's product page (https://www.acer.com/ac/en/ID/content/support-product/7317?b=1), instructions on how to install the driver: https://www.windowscentral.com/how-properly-update-device-drivers-windows-10 (scroll down to "Installing drivers manually"). Then, in the nvidia control panel go to "Set up G-SYNC" and make sure that the option "Enable G-SYNC for full screen mode" is selected, not the other one! Now FreeSync will only work in Fullscreen applications. FreeSync does not work with HDR enabled.
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AcerXZ350CU34"2560x1080TNYes144Hz60Hz144HzYesNoYes
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Acer KG271C27"1920x10808-bit-TNNo144Hz40Hz144HzYesNoYesTested with PUBG (~75 FPS) , Overwatch (all kinds of Settings with up to 180 FPS) and Rocket League. No Stutters, flickering or tearing noticable
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AlienwareAW2518HF24,5"1920x10806-bit + FRC72% NTSCTNNo240Hz30Hz240HzAUO M250HTN01.3YesNoYes*Some flicker can happen once a while.
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AOC22V2Q21.5"1920x10806-bit+FRC
99% sRGB, 85% Adobe RGB
IPSNo75Hz50Hz75HzYesNoYes
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AOCAG241QX23.8"2560x14408-bit78.6% sRGBTNNo144Hz30Hz144HzAU Optronics M238DTN01.0YesNoYes-AOC 'Overdrive' available in monitor settings, I find it to blur the image more.
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AOCAG251FZ24,5"1920x10806-bit+FRC72% NTSCTNNo240Hz48Hz240HzAUO M250HTN01.3 or 1.0YesNoYes-
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AOCAG271QX27"2560x14408-bit72% NTSCTNNo144Hz30Hz144HzAUO M270DTN01.x-NoYes--
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AOCAG322QC431.52560x14408-bit90% DCI-P3VANo144Hz48Hz144HzSamsung LSM315DP01YesNoYesFlickers when going under freesync rangeFreesync 2 HDR
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AOCAG322QCX31.5"2560x14408-bit90% DCI-P3VANo144Hz48Hz*144Hz-YesNoYes*Flickers when going under freesync range
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AOCC24G124"1920x1080 8-bitVAYes144Hz48Hz144HzTPV TPM236WF1-HP02YesNoYesSlight brightness flickering with huge fps swings
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AOCG2460PF24"1920x10806 bit + FRCsRGBTNNo144Hz35Hz144HzAU Optronics M240HW01 V80YesNoYes
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AOCG2460VQ624"1920x10808-bit72% NTSCTNYes75Hz40Hz75HzYesNoYesworks fine on RL or PUBG
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AOCG2590PX24,5"1920x10806-bit+FRC72% NTSCTNNo144Hz30Hz144HzAUO M250HTN01.2YesNoYes-but had to manually set refresh rate to 144Hz. Was set at 60Hz by default.
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AOCG2790PX27"1920x10806-bit+FRCsRBGTNNo144Hz30Hz144HzM270HTN02.2YesNoYes
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AOCQ3279VWFD831.5"2560x14408-bit + FRC72% NTSCIPSNo75Hz48Hz75HzTPV TPT315B5-QHBN0NoNoYesWill flicker below 34fps and sometimes needs te re enable gsync to work
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AsusMG248QR24"1920x10808-bit+FRC72% NTSCTNYes144Hz40Hz144HzAUO M240Q007 V0NoNoYes
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AsusMG279Q27"2560x14408-bit72% NTSCIPSNo144Hz35Hz90HzAUO M270DAN02.3YesNoYesIf monitor wakes after sleep, it's unable to re establish freesync and locks to ~30Hz until its power cycledRange can be overclocked
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AsusPB27U27"3840x216010-bit100%(sRGB) IPSNo60Hz40Hz60HzNoNoYes
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AsusVP247QG24"1920x10808-bit72% NTSCTNNo75Hz48Hz75Hz--NoYes--
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AsusXG27VQ27"1920x1080VA144Hz48Hz144HzYesNoYesSometimes flickers when coming out of sleep, also really often its like gamma flicks but only at some points and after few sec it stops.
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AsusXG32VQ 31.5"2560x14408-bit125%VANo144hz48Hz144HzNoNoYes*
works 99% of the time but still has issues with flickering under certain circumstances like pause menus but overall not disappointed at all
Computer hard crashed if I turned free sync off and on and was not fixed with just restarting. Unplugged everything (monitor and computer) to fix the crash, but before that and after the monitor has worked fine.
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BenqEL2870U28"3840x21608-bit+FRC97% sRGBTNYes60Hz40Hz60HzM280DGJ0-L30NoNoYes
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BenQEX3203R32"144Hz48Hz144HzYesIn case its not working, try set V Range from 24 - 144 to 48 - 144 with CRU
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BenQEX3203R31.5"2560x14408-bitRGBVAYes144 hz44 hz144 hzYesNoYes*Must use cru and set min V rate:44 - 144hz
Freesync 2 HDR mode is not shown active in Assassins creed oddessy like with vega 64 GPU. With vsync and hdr enabled it appears both modes are working but not in proper "freesync 2 HDR" mode like with amd gpu previously tested.
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BenQXL254024.5"1920x10808-bitxTNYes240Hz48Hz240HzYesNoYes*Update displayport firmware, use windows 10 latest update, and then I had to powercycle my monitor to get gsync to turn on.
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BenQXL2730Z27"2560x14408-bit72% NTSCTNYes144Hz40Hz144HzAUO M270DTN01.0YesNoHalfYou need Custom res at 143Hz else black screens. Some people confirming that it doesn't work! used nvidia's firmware update for display port and it helped and dropping to max 120Hz. Only models with newer firmware seem to work with Gsync
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Crossover34U10034"3440x14408-bit99% sRGBVAYes100Hz42Hz100HzSamsung panelNoNoYes*Backlight brightens when out of Freesync Range below 42hz
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DellD2719HGF27"1920x10808-bit88%TNYes144Hz30Hz144HzNoNoYes
Refresh rates will not show up in Nvidia control panel, You will have to change to 144hz from windows display settings after a restart.
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DellS2419HGF24"1920x10808-bitCIE 1976 (84%)TNNo120Hz40Hz144Hz (OC)YesNoYesRefreshrate Overclock via OSD to 144Hz
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DellS2719DGF27"2560x14408-bit72% NTSCTNNo144Hz40Hz144HzAUO M270DTN01.5YesNoYesSometimes flickers when coming out of sleep, but otherwise works fineOverclockable to 155Hz, untested with FreeSync
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EIZOFORIS FS273527"2560x14408-bit72% NTSCIPSYes144Hz35Hz (low) 56Hz (High)90Hz (low) 144Hz (high)
AUO M270DAN02.3
YesNoYes*Flickering <40 fps (freesync low) No issues at 60+fps freesync highMonitor hidden menu allows configurable FreeSync Range (low: 30-90, high: 56-144)
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Element GamingEG2714427"2560x14408-bitsRGBTNNo144Hz40Hz144HzNoNoYes
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GamdiasHD275C27"1920x10808-bit92 percentVANo144 hz48Hz144HzNoNoYes*
Flickers very rarely at desktop using "windowed and fullscreen mode" option enabled at G-sync settings ; "Full screen mode only" option has no issues
Philippine Local Brand, seems to be exactly the same as Viotek GN24C due to having same stand design and frame, as well as panel specifications
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HP27MX27"1920x10808-bit72% NTSCTNYes144Hz50Hz144HzNoNoYesMust choose FreeSync viewing mode from monitor menu
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HPOmen 2524.5"1920x10806-bit+FRC72% NTSCTNNo144Hz42Hz144HzAUO M250HTN01.2YesNoYes-
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HPOmen 3232"2560x14408-bitsRGBVANo75Hz30Hz75HzM320DVN01.0NoNoYes
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IiyamaG2530HSU25"1920x10808-bit-TNNo75Hz40Hz75HzG2530HSUNoNoYes
I have to use it with Vsync, otherwise I get tearing at the bottom of the screen.
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IiyamaG2530HSU-B1Yes
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IiyamaGB2488HSU-B2120HzYes
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IiyamaGB2560HSU-B124.5"1920x10808-bit~72%TNYes144Hz60Hz144HzNoNoYes
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IiyamaGB2760QSU-B127"2560x14408-bit+(hi)frcsRGB: 99%; NTSC: 72%TNYes144Hz30Hz144HzYesNoYesIt works perfectly, but it's very rare to flash the image in black. (But thankfully only 3 seconds.)
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IiyamaXUB279227"2560x14408-bit97% sRGBIPSNo59HzAU OptronicsYesNoYes
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LG24GM79G24"1920x10808-bit72% NTSCTNYes144Hz48Hz144HzYesNoYesULMB does not work with Freesync enabledBlur reduction mode makes image less vibrant
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LG24MP59G-P23.8"1920x10808-bitsRGB>99%IPSYes75Hz40Hz75HzNoNoYes
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LG24UD58-B23.8"3840x216010-bit72% NTSCIPSNo60Hz40Hz60HzLGNoNoYesSome can be extended to 30Hz to 60Hz with CRU
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LG27UD59Yes
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LG27UD68-W27"3840x21608-bit + A-FRC99% SRGB IPSNo60Hz30Hz60HzNoYes (unconfirmed)Yes
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LG27UK65027"3840x21608-bit + FRC99% sRGBIPSNo60Hz40Hz60HzLG ...NoNoYes*Doesn't work OOTB, needs manual tweaking. OOTB, tearing was as bad if not worse than with no sync enabledUse CRU application to change your FreeSync Range to 34-60 Hz. The default setting doesn't work. Run the Restart application to apply changes. This will fix. I have tested with Call of Duty WWII running in 4k HDR enabled. Cap your FPS to 58 FPS using RTSS (RivaTuner Statistics Server) which is part of MSI Afterburner. I am getting no tearing with GSYNC ON and VSYNC ON in NVIDIA CONTROL PANEL. Make sure to turn OFF VSYNC in game settings and also don't set in game FPS caps if using RTSS for capping at 58 FPS!
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LG29UC88-B29"2560x10808-bit99%+ sRGBIPSYes75Hz40Hz75HzLM290WW3-?NoNoYes*Refresh rate setting in Windows has to be changed back to 60Hz and then to 75Hz again for Freesync to work after a reboot.Windows display options are showing a 74Hz refresh rate.
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LG29UM6729"2560x10808-bit99% sRGBIPSNo75Hz48Hz75HzLM290WW1-SSZ1 NoNoYesWorks only with Dispaly Port. Set in menu monitor to Custom (game) mode, enable Freesync. If you don't have 75Hz refresh rate just add in Nvidia control panel custom resolution 2560x1080 with 75Hz.
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LG29UM69G-B29"2560x10806-bit+A-FRCsRBG over 99%IPSYes75Hz40Hz75HzNoNoYes
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LG29WK600-W29"2560x10806-bit+FRC99% sRGBIPSYes75 hz40Hz75 hzLM290WW2-SSA1NoNoYesN/A
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LG32GK650F-B32"2560x14408-bitVAYes144Hz40Hz144HzYesNoYesFreesync 2
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LG34UC79G-B34"2560x10808-bit72% NTSCIPSNo144Hz50Hz144HzLG YesNoYes
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LG34UC88-B34"3440x14408-bit + FRC99% sRGBIPSNo75Hz48Hz75Hz-YesNoYesRange can be overclocked to 35-75 (CRU)
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LG34UM68-P34"2560x10808-bitsRGB / Adobe RGB 99%IPSYes75 Hz56 Hz75 HzLM340WW1-SSA1NoNoYes
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LG34UM88-P34"3440x1440IPSNo60Hz40Hz60HzNoNoYes*It works, but when powering after sleep mode or (sometimes) changing monitors, the screen goes black and then gets all fuzzy
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LG34WK65034"2560x10806-bit+FRCsRGB 99%IPSYes75Hz45Hz75HzYesNoYes
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LG38UC99-W38"3840x16008-bit+FRCsRGB over 99%IPSYes75Hz52Hz75HzNoNoYes
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LG38WK95CYes
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LGLG 34GK950F-B34"3440x14408-bit+FRCDCI-P3 98%IPSYes144Hz48Hz144HzLGYesNoYes*I've never used G-sync or Freesync before so I have nothing else to compare it to, but I was able to enable it and so far there have been no stutters or screen tearing, it seems to be working perfectly
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MbestMB279QR14427"2560x14408-bit99% sRBGIPSNo165Hz 48Hz165HzAUO M270DAN02.3YesNoYesSmall amount of ghosting (neglible probably)Overdrive not locked
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Monoprice2777232"3840x216010-bit112% sRGBIPSNo60Hz30Hz60HzAUONoYesYes
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MonopriceMP27ZeroG27"2560x14408-bitTNNo144Hz40Hz144HzYesNoYes*
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MonopriceMP3535"
3440x14408-bitVANo100Hz40Hz100HzAUO M350QVR01.0YesNoYes*There is minor backlight flicker when transitioning in and out of freesync range. So below <40fps it will flicker.
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MSIAG32CQ32"2560x14408-bit85% NTSCVAYes144Hz60Hz144HzYesNoYes*Works but sometimes falls out of sync, played with GSYNC indicator on for 12 hours, and the GSYNC ON would randomly disappear off the full screen for multiple seconds, the WINDOWED mode was hit and miss, would have to load games MULTIPLE times for it to show up only for it to disappear after a few minutes of playing. Feint backlight flickering going on in Pendulum demo, not for the whole screen, but parts of the screen, max fps is set to 142-144, the moving line has blatant tearing, 141FPS limiter fixes this, but doesnt fix any of the other issues. Overall, I would consider it doesnt really work, but people that arent as picky as me, would be perfectly content with this.
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MSIG24C23.5"1920x10808-bitVAYes144Hz60Hz144HzYesNoYes
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MSIG27C227"1920x10808-bit110% SRGBVANo144Hz48Hz144HzYesNoYes
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MSIMAG241C24"1920x10808-bit90% DCI-P3VAYes144Hz48Hz144HzYesNoYes*Overshoot, Overdrive must be set to Normal to solve this.
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MSIMAG271CR27"1920x10808-bit110 % SRGBVAYes144Hz48Hz144HzYesYesYes
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MSIMAG27C27"1920x10808-bitnormalVANo144Hz100Hz144HzNoNoYes
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MSIMAG27CQ27"2560x14408-bit85% NTSC VAYes144Hz48Hz144HzYesNoYes*Minor flickering with extreme frame rate changesResponse time set to Extreme, min VRR set to 32, max VRR set to 144 via CRU.
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MSIMAG341CQ34"3440x14408-bitVANo100Hz48Hz100HzNoNoYes
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MSI G27C227"1920x10808-bit110% SRGBVANo144Hz48Hz155HzSamsungYesNoYes
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NixeusNX-EDG2727"2560x1440IPSNo144Hz30Hz144Hz-YesYesYes-No Ghosting In Windmill Demo with OD OFF
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NixeusNX-EDG2724027"1920x1080TNNo240Hz35Hz240Hz-YesYes*YesNo Ghosting In Windmill Demo with OD OFF
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NixeusNX-VUE24 24"1920x1080TNNo144Hz 30Hz144Hz-YesYes*Yes-No Ghosting In Windmill Demo with OD OFF
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Philips436M6VBPAB/0043"3840x216010-bitDCI-P3 97.6% VANo60Hz35Hz60HzNoNoYesI started to see some issues when going below 35Hz with Pendulum with my CRU edited resolution. It seems to render images perfectly without any issues in BF V when using 4K @ Max DXR Ultra. FPS between 40-60Hz in the most intense environments. I verified the variable framerates in monitor status. It wouldn't go below 34Hz even when using the FPS sliders in Pendulum. If I set it to 30Hz it would automatically use 60Hz and cause tearing.
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Philips436M6VBPAB/7543"3840x21608-bit + A-FRC98% DCI-P3 VANo60Hz20Hz (cru)60Hz (cru)TP Vision TPT430U3-QVN03.UYes*Yes (unconfirmed)YesDriver based LFC seems working if you set VRR range to 20-60hz in CRU as per the Pendulum FPS sliders. I pretested framerates in 1hz jumps down to 20hz, interestingly the panel works all the way down to 20hz, just OSD complains stating 3840x2160@60hz is the optimal refreshrate.​
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PixioPX27627"2560x14408-bit72% NTSCTNNo144Hz40Hz144HzYesNoYes
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PixioPX27727"2560x14408-bit96% sRGBIPSNo144Hz30Hz144HzM270DAN02.3YesNoYesEnabling overdrive causes vertical banding on my sample.
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