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panchock
08-09-2014, 08:38 AM
Hi, i have the asus g750js bios:207 Nvidia driver:340.52
I got in all the games i have screen tearing.
the only thing that helped me is to turn on vsync in-game but it makes input lag.
I tried also to turn on Vsync throgh nvidia control panel but my fps was still above 60 and i got tearing.
I tried to turn on vsync in game and limit my fps to 60 and it was better but still input lag.
i also tried to limit it to 59 and then no input lag but lags and sutter.
I tried also adaptive vsync with nvidia inspector but i got the same result- there is not effect on game and still above 60 fps.
WHY do i need to mess with it if i paid a lot of money??!
PLZZZ help me!

panchock
08-10-2014, 03:06 AM
Up^^^^^^^^^^

Kelusion
08-10-2014, 03:27 PM
Hi, i have the asus g750js bios:207 Nvidia driver:340.52
I got in all the games i have screen tearing.
the only thing that helped me is to turn on vsync in-game but it makes input lag.
I tried also to turn on Vsync throgh nvidia control panel but my fps was still above 60 and i got tearing.
I tried to turn on vsync in game and limit my fps to 60 and it was better but still input lag.
i also tried to limit it to 59 and then no input lag but lags and sutter.
I tried also adaptive vsync with nvidia inspector but i got the same result- there is not effect on game and still above 60 fps.
WHY do i need to mess with it if i paid a lot of money??!
PLZZZ help me!

Hello and welcome, to help you better, need you to answer a few questions :)
1- Are you using AC Power or Laptop Battery?
2- Did you downloaded the latest version of 340.52 driver from Nvidia? By the looks of it your basically using the Nvidia driver and not the one through the Asus Support Page.
3- Instead of tweaking the Nvidia Control Panel, keep the Vsync at Let the 3D App choose the setting, and actually change the game video settings and turn it on am sure it will work.
4- Can you name a few games where screen tearing is present constantly?

Normally its very strange your getting this issue. As it should not be this way, I would suggest unsintall the current GFX Driver if its from Nvidia and get the one from the Asus Support Page for your laptop 337.88 from the below link and perform a 'Clean Driver Installation'. Some games produce screen tearing but to a little bit where they happen very rarely and you don't notice anything at all and can be removed by enabling Vsync in the game itself. But if it's at constant times and all the time then definitely it has something to do with the GFX Driver currently installed and running with compatibility issues, the latest driver 340.52 has caused problems on JS, JM models and would advise to use the Asus Support Page for Nvidia optimized drivers instead from Nvidia itself. Let us know how it works out :)

http://support.asus.com/download.aspx?SLanguage=en&p=3&s=521&m=G750JS&os=&hashedid=yql3Rpr80XDgQJbl

panchock
08-10-2014, 04:00 PM
Hello and welcome, to help you better, need you to answer a few questions :)
1- Are you using AC Power or Laptop Battery?
2- Did you downloaded the latest version of 340.52 driver from Nvidia? By the looks of it your basically using the Nvidia driver and not the one through the Asus Support Page.
3- Instead of tweaking the Nvidia Control Panel, keep the Vsync at Let the 3D App choose the setting, and actually change the game video settings and turn it on am sure it will work.
4- Can you name a few games where screen tearing is present constantly?

Normally its very strange your getting this issue. As it should not be this way, I would suggest unsintall the current GFX Driver if its from Nvidia and get the one from the Asus Support Page for your laptop 337.88 from the below link and perform a 'Clean Driver Installation'. Some games produce screen tearing but to a little bit where they happen very rarely and you don't notice anything at all and can be removed by enabling Vsync in the game itself. But if it's at constant times and all the time then definitely it has something to do with the GFX Driver currently installed and running with compatibility issues, the latest driver 340.52 has caused problems on JS, JM models and would advise to use the Asus Support Page for Nvidia optimized drivers instead from Nvidia itself. Let us know how it works out :)

http://support.asus.com/download.aspx?SLanguage=en&p=3&s=521&m=G750JS&os=&hashedid=yql3Rpr80XDgQJbl
Hi,i tried Asus Nvidia drivers 337.88 WHQL and same problem.
I know someone with g750jz gtx 880m and he disabled Vsync, get above 60 fps and no tearing at all.
My Nvidia CP does not effect any game at all, but enabling Vsync throgh intel control panel does the work...but so much input lag!!!
Games for example:titanfall,bf3/4,cs:go.
Is there any way that my laptop is defected?

Kelusion
08-10-2014, 04:15 PM
Hi,i tried Asus Nvidia drivers 337.88 WHQL and same problem.
I know someone with g750jz gtx 880m and he disabled Vsync, get above 60 fps and no tearing at all.
My Nvidia CP does not effect any game at all, but enabling Vsync throgh intel control panel does the work...but so much input lag!!!
Games for example:titanfall,bf3/4,cs:go.
Is there any way that my laptop is defected?

CS:GO should never produce a screen tear, as it used to work on my oldest desktop which is like 8 years old without problems lol except a little low fps. Titanfall does not produce a screen tear on my JZ as I have it too. You should never rely on Intel CP cause thats for Intel GPU which will never give you actual performance of the Nvidia GPU, run the game on Nvidia GPU and make sure it runs on this Nvidia GPU. Should not conclude that its a hardware defect, as it does not happen in all games is it? But just to be sure, are you sure the games run on the Nvidia GPU?

panchock
08-10-2014, 04:44 PM
CS:GO should never produce a screen tear, as it used to work on my oldest desktop which is like 8 years old without problems lol except a little low fps. Titanfall does not produce a screen tear on my JZ as I have it too. You should never rely on Intel CP cause thats for Intel GPU which will never give you actual performance of the Nvidia GPU, run the game on Nvidia GPU and make sure it runs on this Nvidia GPU. Should not conclude that its a hardware defect, as it does not happen in all games is it? But just to be sure, are you sure the games run on the Nvidia GPU?
Im sure im using the nvidia gpu cause i got high fps...
The screen tearing occured in all games!
Isnt it wierd? Should it be like this?

panchock
08-11-2014, 08:43 AM
CS:GO should never produce a screen tear, as it used to work on my oldest desktop which is like 8 years old without problems lol except a little low fps. Titanfall does not produce a screen tear on my JZ as I have it too. You should never rely on Intel CP cause thats for Intel GPU which will never give you actual performance of the Nvidia GPU, run the game on Nvidia GPU and make sure it runs on this Nvidia GPU. Should not conclude that its a hardware defect, as it does not happen in all games is it? But just to be sure, are you sure the games run on the Nvidia GPU?
Up^^^^

theclaw37
08-11-2014, 03:42 PM
@Panchock: Run your games at 60 fps with v-sync on and you won't have any tearing. You can even get away without v-sync on some games with NO tearing at all. If you're having input lag at 60 FPS, then it's either the game's fault, or you're constantly dipping below 60 and therefore actually running the game at 30 FPS.

But here's an example (because i also have the JS and CS:GO): I'm running the game at a constant 120 FPS, but even at 60 FPS with v-sync on, there is NO input lag whatsoever, so if you think there is, this is your problem mate.

kasperi
08-11-2014, 03:59 PM
Found this 1 guy telling settings for the GPU in the NVIDIA control panel, global settings. After putting these, make sure your game is using the global settings.

http://www4.zippyshare.com/v/95374520/file.html
http://www4.zippyshare.com/v/69209874/file.html

After these I set my Vsync off from CS:GO. Just wanted to share these bcuz I have 750JZ and CS:GO working perfectly with 200-300fps. Hope you will get your **** to together. It is really annoying when with this cost we face problems; it should all be set and ready to go!

panchock
08-11-2014, 05:17 PM
@Panchock: Run your games at 60 fps with v-sync on and you won't have any tearing. You can even get away without v-sync on some games with NO tearing at all. If you're having input lag at 60 FPS, then it's either the game's fault, or you're constantly dipping below 60 and therefore actually running the game at 30 FPS.

But here's an example (because i also have the JS and CS:GO): I'm running the game at a constant 120 FPS, but even at 60 FPS with v-sync on, there is NO input lag whatsoever, so if you think there is, this is your problem mate.
Wait, do you have the asus g750js and when you play cs:go you got above 60fps and no tearing or suttering?
What version of nvidia driver do you have?and did you do something with the driver options or just played?

theclaw37
08-11-2014, 09:53 PM
Wait, do you have the asus g750js and when you play cs:go you got above 60fps and no tearing or suttering?
What version of nvidia driver do you have?and did you do something with the driver options or just played?

Yes, i have the JS and i play CS:GO at a constant 120 FPS. But of course 120 has a GCD with the screen refresh rate of 60 Hz of.. well... 60, so the game performs flawlessly. What i'm trying to say is that when the tearing is terrible you should be able to just use v-sync in-game (with no driver settings) and have no tearing at all. Also at 60 FPS there should be NO input lag at all, and if there is, that's the game's fault.

I have the latest GeForce driver from geforce.com version 340.52. Also i never use the Asus drivers as they are outdated and contrary to popular belief have no benefit over the stock drivers.

L.E.: Never use the 3D graphics settings in the intel hd control panel as they have no effect on your gameplay while using the Nvidia discrete gpu.

panchock
08-12-2014, 09:38 AM
Yes, i have the JS and i play CS:GO at a constant 120 FPS. But of course 120 has a GCD with the screen refresh rate of 60 Hz of.. well... 60, so the game performs flawlessly. What i'm trying to say is that when the tearing is terrible you should be able to just use v-sync in-game (with no driver settings) and have no tearing at all. Also at 60 FPS there should be NO input lag at all, and if there is, that's the game's fault.

I have the latest GeForce driver from geforce.com version 340.52. Also i never use the Asus drivers as they are outdated and contrary to popular belief have no benefit over the stock drivers.

L.E.: Never use the 3D graphics settings in the intel hd control panel as they have no effect on your gameplay while using the Nvidia discrete gpu.
Can you play cs:go in 120fps and no tearing?
Have you got any screen tearing in any game at all?

theclaw37
08-12-2014, 09:43 AM
Can you play cs:go in 120fps and no tearing?
Have you got any screen tearing in any game at all?

Haven't had problems with tearing in most games. Some do, though, but never too obvious so i don't usually enable v-sync because i hate it. I never encountered heavy tearing.

panchock
08-12-2014, 01:34 PM
Haven't had problems with tearing in most games. Some do, though, but never too obvious so i don't usually enable v-sync because i hate it. I never encountered heavy tearing.
When you see a pole in cs:go eg in dust 2 and move fast and horizontaly your mouse you see any tearing or feel laggs?

theclaw37
08-12-2014, 03:54 PM
When you see a pole in cs:go eg in dust 2 and move fast and horizontaly your mouse you see any tearing or feel laggs?

Dude, seriously, what is unclear about the last few posts i've written? You don't have to explain tearing to me. The game has NO tearing and IS running at 120FPS, i can't be clearer than that.

Kelusion
08-12-2014, 06:53 PM
When you see a pole in cs:go eg in dust 2 and move fast and horizontaly your mouse you see any tearing or feel laggs?

Panchock, There is screen tear in some games like Wolfenstein, Metro Life, AS Creed IV etc high gfx demanding games and they happen like its mildly and not noticeable at all more or less it just doesn't destroy your gaming experience, but never in CS:GO well in my experience that is, my friend has a JS just like yours, and he hasn't faced any screen tear whatsoever he gets very high fps too. You need to check your in game video settings, optimize them using the Geforce Experience App if necessary refresh your games library and choose the folder where the Steam library is installed and if your unable to determine on what to put yourself the optimization helps as per your card. Make sure the game is running on Nvidia Card like I stated beforehand, and definitely you won't get screen tearing especially in CS:GO or just mildly if at all, if I don't turn on Vsync I can get very high fps around and cross 220+/- too but the temps on CPU/GPU reachs 62-65C and on both of them, hence I turn on Vsync in game just to keep the systems much cooler and reach below 58C on both of them with Vsync active. Plus enabling Vsync in game gets rid of the majority of the screen tearing issues as well like I wrote in my original post. Try the in game video settings out :) i'm sure, you'll see much better changes.

Maxter
08-12-2014, 06:59 PM
You can turn V-sync via the nVidia control panel too (this way it is forced). Your tearing happens because the card is sending (200+) frames per second and your screen has a limit (60 or 120 Hz, depending on non-3D or 3D screen), so you lose frames (hence the tearing). Some games that are ported from console to PC (DeadSpace for example) will suck with V-sync and you will have to play with tearing. Thank GPU support for that one...