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    Got Nvidia G Sync working on 970m G751jt with i7 4710HQ

    I got it working





    Now I demand an explanation from both Nvidia and ASUS on how this worked when it should not have.


    For anyone requiring instructions here they are:

    Go into Nvidia control panel and make a custom resolution with 75Hz refresh rate and a 100Hz refresh rate.

    From this website http://1pcent.com/?p=564
    These two download links:

    http://1pcent.com/files/G-SYNC/346.87/nvlddmkm.zip
    http://1pcent.com/files/G-SYNC/34687_win8x64.exe

    run the exe file and it will create a folder with the Nvidia drivers
    Drag and drop the file inside the zip (nvlddmkm.sy_) into the Display.Driver folder

    Go to the setup.exe and run it.


    Thanks for reading and good luck with yours if you want to try it.
    The only downside is that the screen will flicker when fps gets too low, this is a known G sync issue. To solve this / help solve this set the game's priority to High or realtime in Task manager instructions here

    I am not responsible or liable for any damage that may or may not occur to your pc (should any occur) I am merely providing already available instructions on how to do this certain procedure. This post is showing how I had followed these instructions to do the task to attain G sync on my pc, the results may vary for your pc should you try this procedure.
    Last edited by DoubleA7; 07-08-2015 at 04:36 AM.

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    Nothing new to us.

    We all now this and have gsync on our laptops with drivers untill 350+.

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    use NF Boost better.
    Just sharing, not my Tools, got it somewhere.

    https://www.dropbox.com/sh/eip60hsuu..._BtwdM6ba?dl=0

    info:
    Strong performance
    Unlock CUDA Control
    Unlock Core Voltage and Overclock on Fermi/Kepler/Maxwell
    Allow GPU Passthrough for ALL GPU (Instead of only Quadro/Tesla)
    VRR Full Control (What G-sync use aka Variable Refresh Rate)
    Overdrive control (from EDID)
    Computing boost
    Fully control of the PStates
    Tearing Algo check
    Quad SLI + Surround Fix
    Clean Geforce Drivers Install, Reboot, NF-Boost Install, Reboot.

    Blackscreen doesn’t work for you, Clear screen, Enjoy. (No support, Only One Release, No Contact)
    Last edited by kaiserfalco; 07-08-2015 at 07:12 AM.

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    I'm glad people are all getting excited about this and I thank you for deciding to share the process with us but this is the 3rd topic posted on the subject, all containing the exact same things - aka people don't read the top topics here before they post.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kaiserfalco View Post
    use NF Boost better.
    Just sharing, not my Tools, got it somewhere.

    https://www.dropbox.com/sh/eip60hsuu..._BtwdM6ba?dl=0

    info:
    Strong performance
    Unlock CUDA Control
    Unlock Core Voltage and Overclock on Fermi/Kepler/Maxwell
    Allow GPU Passthrough for ALL GPU (Instead of only Quadro/Tesla)
    VRR Full Control (What G-sync use aka Variable Refresh Rate)
    Overdrive control (from EDID)
    Computing boost
    Fully control of the PStates
    Tearing Algo check
    Quad SLI + Surround Fix
    Clean Geforce Drivers Install, Reboot, NF-Boost Install, Reboot.

    Blackscreen doesn’t work for you, Clear screen, Enjoy. (No support, Only One Release, No Contact)
    What's with this thing ?

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    I don't know...I kinda want to tear it apart to see what it is.
    That's promising a lot of very low-level control functions that I'm sort of skeptical about.

    kaiserfalco, are you suggesting this NF Boost thing would do what gamenab was trying to do?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Edweird View Post
    I don't know...I kinda want to tear it apart to see what it is.
    That's promising a lot of very low-level control functions that I'm sort of skeptical about.

    kaiserfalco, are you suggesting this NF Boost thing would do what gamenab was trying to do?
    Hey,

    I Just tried this and it does NOTHING for me, i cant see G-Sync or anything else he described, also Overclocking still the same thing..
    I deinstall immediately, i also found absoltely NO Info about "NF-Boost" or the so called "NF-Studios, you can see this in Program Manager after Installaton"

    I use Kaspersky and nothing suspicious has been found, i tried it with latest 353.30 driver.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Edweird View Post
    I'm glad people are all getting excited about this and I thank you for deciding to share the process with us but this is the 3rd topic posted on the subject, all containing the exact same things - aka people don't read the top topics here before they post.
    The posts are about 980m gpu's running g sync, i think this is the first 970m post

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    Hello

    I'll just quote what has already been posted previously.


    Quote Originally Posted by Bahz View Post
    Old news, please search forum first before starting new thread.

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