G sync compatibility mode on nvidia gpus is a feature that was introduced on Windows 10, but, as with any new function, there are some issues.
Namely, some users have issues with nvidia g sync compatible freesync monitors and today we’re going to show you how to fix them.
- Many users reported that their freesync monitors aren’t compatible with GeForce graphics cards.
- You can fix the nvidia g sync compatible freesync monitors issue by installing the drivers.
- Changing the refresh rate of your monitor will also solve the issue in no time.
- If your drivers are up to date, then the issue might be caused by your monitor.
Change the refresh rate
- Select the Monitor tab.
- Select Advanced Settings from the drop-down list.
- In the Advanced Settings window, click the Refresh Rate tab.
- Select the desired refresh rate from the drop-down list.
- Click Apply and OK to save the changes.
Change the refresh rate of your monitor
- If you are using a G-Sync monitor, check that the monitor’s refresh rate is set to 60 Hz.
- Open your monitor’s settings menu.
- Go to the Sync setting.
- Change the refresh rate to 60 Hz.
Try using the Nvidia control panel
- Press Windows + R to open Run, enter control panel in the text field, and click on the relevant search result.
- Navigate to the System and Security option in the Control Panel, and click on the System option.
- Then, click on the Display option.
- Select the Nvidia control panel and click on the Open button.
- Select the G-sync option and ensure that the G-sync feature is enabled.
Change Freesync Settings
- Press Windows + I to open the Settings app and choose Display.
- Now, click the Advanced display settings option.
- Next, select the FreeSync option.
- Next, toggle the Enable FreeSync option to the On position.
- Additionally, you can also change the refresh rate through the drop-down menu.
Run the monitor’s manufacturer’s software
- To do this, right-click the monitor’s desktop icon and select Run as administrator
- Make sure the monitor is plugged into your system
- Verify that the monitor is still connected to your PC