ASUS ROG G752VY G-Sync Not working !

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  1. DokO

    DokO Notebook Enthusiast

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    Hello,

    i own ROG G752VY which has GTX980M 4 GB VGA , a week ago i had a strange blue vertical line in my screen which already had a very bad backlighting and a dead pixel , so i decided to buy a new compatible screen , i have read a lot before buying about the G-Sync option would not work unless i flash an EDID to white list the monitor , also i knew that the monitor by default is 60 HZ but when it's white-listed it will overclock to 75HZ to support G-Sync , when i plugged the new screen there was no G-Sync option available in Nvidia control panel , also the Max refresh rate was 60 HZ, so now i don't know what to do next to enable the G-Sync option on more time .
    here is the old monitor and the new monitor details :
    Old original LG Monitor model : lp173WF4-SPF1
    New Monitor : B173HAN01.0
    any help would be appreciated .

    Thanks
     
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    You need to whitelist ur new screen.
     
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    Any idea how to do that !!
    Thanks for help
     
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    It's a BIOS thing. You need to get a guy who can mod your BIOS to add the monitor to the whitelist.
     
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    Can i just do that with prema bios for GTX980M VGA ?? , Or do you any of the members have the Vbios Modded file for my laptop !

    I am sorry for asking alot of questions , but i am still newbie in that .

    Appreciate your help
     
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    We talk about your notebook, not the grapohicscard.
     
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    Ohh , i thought that i should modd the VBios not the main Bios , so i if could not do that , is there a chance to buy the same monitor model and get the G-Sync to work by default !! , Also can i just flash a the old EDID to the new monitor to in order to get it working !!

    Thanks
     
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    I'm not sure how the whole EDID works, I know that the BIOS has whitelisted panels to enable or disable gsync.
    Lets call a pro in this thematic then @t456
     
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    Allright , i would be very very grateful if t456 would help me in that , but i really don't know how to reach him :(
     
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    When quoting him like I did he will find this thread, no worries. He will probably asnwer in 1-3 days.
     
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