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G751JY enable G-Sync with new BIOS 207?

hexaae
Level 12
I've just installed new

BIOS 207
Support Nvidia G-sync function.

from http://support.asus.com/Download.aspx?SLanguage=en&m=G751JY&p=3&s=719

But I can't see G-SYNC option available in nVidia control panel (drivers 350.12)... How can I activate it?
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ASUS ROG Strix GL703GS, GTX 1070 8GB, 32GB RAM, 1920x1080 144Hz G-Sync laptop screen, external monitor UWQHD 3440x1440 Mi Monitor, NVMe 4x, Hori Fighting Stick Mini, XBox One BT controller, ROG Strix Carry mouse
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hexaae
Level 12
The question is: will nVidia ever release a notebook driver with G-SYNC?
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ASUS ROG Strix GL703GS, GTX 1070 8GB, 32GB RAM, 1920x1080 144Hz G-Sync laptop screen, external monitor UWQHD 3440x1440 Mi Monitor, NVMe 4x, Hori Fighting Stick Mini, XBox One BT controller, ROG Strix Carry mouse

TeMagic
Level 7
Yes, they will. That is where their development is at current. There is already a leaked alpha driver and drivers have been sent to manufacturers for testing and now we have a new BIOS which improves I suppose on the G-sync capabilities, so of course there will... We just have to be patient that's all...
Conspiracy is nothing!

doughdreads
Level 7
Will G-Sync work with the 970m? I looked on NVIDIA's site for supported GPU's and none of the mobile GPU's were listed.

doughdreads wrote:
Will G-Sync work with the 970m? I looked on NVIDIA's site for supported GPU's and none of the mobile GPU's were listed.


I did read an article on NVIdias forum where it said that the whole mobile range of GPUs are being "in development" but I don't seem to be able to find it again. One thing is sure, they are working on a driver with enabled G-Sync and we will maybe see it quite soon. I'm relying on this ASUS release of Bios 207 which makes me think that they have already received a sample for testing.

AQUASTEVAE
Level 8
there's a new 352.63 driver released if you are on windows ten now. it is supposedly able to run gsync. but i don't know for sure.
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AQUASTEVAE wrote:
there's a new 352.63 driver released if you are on windows ten now. it is supposedly able to run gsync. but i don't know for sure.


http://forums.laptopvideo2go.com/forum/197-geforce-r352-series/

But they are indeed for Win 10 and cause many issues on Win 8.1 ATM.
Ok, we have to wait for a new WHQL mobile driver with G-SYNC from nVidia...
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Tindreal
Level 7
I wonder if this bios+new driver will fix the black screen issue when fps drops for a second...

Tindreal wrote:
I wonder if this bios+new driver will fix the black screen issue when fps drops for a second...


I bet it will...
Conspiracy is nothing!

TeMagic wrote:
I bet it will...


Well if it doesnt, then this whole gsync thing can go in the trash.
A 100% fix is not possible with just software modification, however a fix that is 90% as good is possible.

2menijulia
Level 7
i hope this will be released for the JT as well... and hoping G-SYNC will be added on next nvidia release for win 8.1 😄