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    G751: GTX 980M + 100Hz IPS + G-SYNC

    A picture is worth a thousand words...


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    More info: http://1pcent.com/?p=558

    PCPer article: http://www.pcper.com/reviews/Graphic...d-Alpha-Driver
    Last edited by sk3tch; 01-30-2015 at 08:50 PM.
    4710HQ, 980M // 5930K, 980 SC SLI // 4930K, 980 SC // 4770K, 290X Lightning // 1pcent.com

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    Interesting. Tell us more about G-SYNC install.
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    Wow, this laptop gets better every day. G-sync working on the laptop display with the drivers from the link. Just install..
    Smooth as butter in Shadow Of Mordor with everything ULTRA on 980m (HD texture pack).

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    Sounds too good to be true!

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    This is pure awesomeness! Holy crap!

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    Installed and working for me!

    I am scared to do 100hz though as I have not had a definitive answer whether it could cause damage to the screen or not. I have, however, been running at 75hz since the 347.09 nVidia drivers made it default for us.

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    So I did some reading and this seems sketchy. A lot of people are claiming that it only enables the option and doesn't "activate" anything.

    Also the creator of NVIDIA inspector said that "only thing changed (in the modded drivers)is that (the modder) included the nvlddmkm.sys of R346.87, exactly that file byte per byte, not modded or anything."

    But some people including the OP, claim that if your panel is connected via eDP(which our ROG is) then it works. He also uploaded some video proofs.

    I'd suggest you guys set your refresh rate back to what it was and then see if its working or not. Because the "smoothness" y'all are feeling might just be due to high refresh rate.

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    Hmm, would the G-Sync be recognizable even at 60Hz ? Or do you actually have to set the refresh rate to 100Hz in order to see a difference ?
    I wouldn't go as far as 100Hz for the monitor for a long period.

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    You leave the refresh rate at 75Hz, the native lg panel refresh it seems. G-sync does not require high refresh rates, it syncs the display on the lower ones 30-75 hz, it does not need to go higher to be smooth. With higher fps it will work just like vsync, on the lower ones, where vsync introduces stutter, it changes the refresh of the display dynamically to match the game fps.

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    my LG lgd046c panel works at 60hz on g751jy from the start,after updates and installs it's still 60.
    what panel do u have that works at 75 standard?

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