: Xbox series X and monitors - Free Sync - G Sync

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  1. GavinHall
    GavinHall Guest

    : Xbox series X and monitors - Free Sync - G Sync


    : Xbox series X and monitors - Free Sync - G Sync
    Lg is a major computer componebt partner but freesync and gsync are only for high refresh rates doesnt mean they arent usible

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    GavinHall, Feb 3, 2021
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  2. ngocphi Win User

    : Xbox series X and monitors - Free Sync - G Sync

    Lg is a major computer componebt partner but freesync and gsync are only for high refresh rates doesnt mean they arent usible
  3. Obsessive Power Win User

    1440p@ 120 hz issue xbox series x

    I fixxed it by changing my monitor to fps mode and disable freesync premium on the monitor itself. Now I am at 1440p@120hz on xbox series x
    Be that is it may, it's not a true 120Hz, not for fully smooth gameplay anyway.

    Most games promising 120 fps don't fully get there. This means that when the frame rate drops below 120fps, the game will no longer be in-sync with monitor refresh, the result will be screen tearing and judder/stutter.

    That's why Free-Sync was created.
  4. WUIJIBOBO Win User

    Monitor

    I use this one on with my Xbox One S:

    https://www.benq.com/en/monitor/stylish/gl2706pq.html

    It's a really good 27 inch 2K60 monitor.

    My brother uses this one on his Xbox One X:

    https://www.asus.com/uk/Monitors/ROG-SWIFT-PG279Q/

    It's widely considered to be the best 2K monitor on the market, one of the best g-sync monitors on the market, one of the best 27 inch monitors one of the best overall gaming monitors on the market. But all of that comes at a very high price.

    It really depends what you're looking for. Are you after a 1080p g-sync HDR monitor? A decent 4K monitor? A 4K HDR monster of a monitor? A massive screen?
  5. Obsessive Power Win User

    Trouble Displaying 120hz

    Hi,

    This isn't the right type of monitor for your requirements. There a number of issues here:

    Your monitor is only HDMI 1.4

    This means that regardless of what cable you use, your monitor's maximum refresh is 60Hz. This is hardware locked and a limitation of your monitor's hardware.


    [​IMG]


    Display Port is the recommended connection for this monitor.

    Your monitor has a Display Port version 1.2. This port is the only port the can use your display's full range of features of up to 165Hz Unfortunately, DP is not supported by Xbox One or the new up-coming Series X/S

    Variable Refresh is greyed out

    Variable refresh (or VRR) is a technology that can only be used on displays that support FreeSync. Unfortunately this monitor does not support FreeSync. It does have a form of VRR, unfortunately it's an NVIDIA technology called G-Sync. Unfortunately, G-Sync
    is not supported by Xbox consoles. G-Sync can only be used on PCs with a compatible graphics card.
  6. Obsessive Power Win User

    Xbox one S won't output 1440p on 3440x1440p acer predator X34 monitor

    when i change the override thing from Auto-Detect to HDMI, it comes up with a new video output - 1440p.
    It will only be 1440 on the vertical axis, not the full resolution your display is capable of.

    Also the X34 is a PC G-SYNC monitor, but the NVIDIA G-SYNC feature is only for PCs running NVIDIA graphics cards. While your monitor will work with console, you can't use one the key features of this monitor that you've paid so much for.

    I recommend replacing it for a different monitor more compatible with the Xbox One. As currently you can't use your monitors full resolution and you can't use G-SYNC as its for PCs. You can't use the features you paid for, unless you also own a gaming PC.
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