Clevo P775TM1 - 120hz/144hz screen question

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  1. Meaker@Sager

    Meaker@Sager Company Representative

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    Always worth saving the useful files for your hardware on a USB stick somewhere.
     
  2. DRevan

    DRevan Notebook Virtuoso

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    So basically same question...

    I have a GSync P775TM with B173HAN03.1 6bit 144 hz panel.
    Would upgrading to B173HAN04.0 disable GSync ?
    Refresh rate is tbe same, however the later is a true 8 bit panel with half the gray to gray response time.
    Or the P775TM bios only have the 3.1 white listed for GSync and thus GSync option would be hidden for the new panel ?
     
  3. j3rwin

    j3rwin Notebook Enthusiast

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    I guess all g-sync compatible displays are getting g-sync with the latest nvidia drivers. I got my laptop, P750TM1 non g-sync version but with a g-sync compatible display(LG LP156WF6-SPB1). There was no gsync option in nvidia control panel till yesterday but now after updating the drivers it shows that my display is gsync compatible( https://imgur.com/a/3fHfV8D )
     
  4. j3rwin

    j3rwin Notebook Enthusiast

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    Hey, did you try the latest Nvidia drivers? I got gsync after updating them.
     
  5. matyee

    matyee Notebook Evangelist

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    As I have said zillions of time, for me this whole g-sync topic is a mystery :) From pure logic I would say it works, otherwise I am totally unsure... I have never managed to change any screen without loosing gsync :(
     
  6. matyee

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    Yes I have... it seems if a machine is assembled without gsync it wont have. However I have not tried to put gsync vbios in my 1080, so there is still a slight chance, however the funny thing that I never switch gsync on :) I just wanted to fix prior selling my laptop, as many ppl are looking for it. I prefer 200fps and no-gync at all.
     
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  7. j3rwin

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    Weird, mine was assembled without gsync(and I had no gsync till yesterday) but with the latest drivers(419.35) my display is marked as gsync-capable(https://imgur.com/a/3fHfV8D) and gsync works now.
     
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    Maybe but a reason for GSync not working for you could be that your VGA is missing the GSync license.
     
  10. matyee

    matyee Notebook Evangelist

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    Could be... however I do not care really, never liked it :)
     
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