Yea this issue isn't solved. I can finally change display settings to 240Hz but G-Sync is flickering and even turning off my monitor on all my games. Turning G-Sync off is the current workaround, but this issue is not resolved.
Have already tried uninstalling NVIDIA drivers with DDU and reinstalling everything.
same problem on an Asus 3080 TUF, impossible to have a display at 240Hz. Samsung does not seem in a hurry to communicate about this problem. For a computer screen at 1500 euros, the pill is difficult to swallow.
Hi Guys have same Problem with 3080 too. I tried everything und all driver. Finally i found this.
PLs share and it works fine.
GeForce Hotfix Driver Version 456.98
it works fine. It is not Samsung Problem, it is Nvidia...bz the 2000 serie have Display Stream Compression (DSC), 3080 still not.
Hope can help
Does anyone here use multiple monitors? I just found out that one video card can only push out so many pixels. On my 4 monitors setup, I have to reduce this monitor to 120hz for the other 3 to connect. Otherwise, nVidia panel asked me to choose which 3 monitors to connect. And because so much bandwidth was used, some monitors might flicker and go dark if the cable isn't at 100%.
I recommend having our specialized team take a look at this. Can I have your full model code and serial number via private message?
I just got the G97T model manufactured in Aug 2020!!! and i can report it continues to have the same issue with gsync not being functional at 240hz. This means if you want to game at 240hz then you need to turn off adaptive sync and miss out on any nvidia feature like RTX
Yeah this info is not accurate at all, I dont think you know what adaptive sync is, it just prevents you from having screen tearing. Adaptive sync has nothing to do with Ray Tracing, and with adaptive sync turned off you will recieve full features of the monitor but occasional screen tearing. Please dont post things like this in the future.
Just a heads up for anyone else in this community who's still hoping to get G-Sync to work with their less than 1 year old TV. I update my TV this AM, and did some testing with my RTX 3090. I've noticed two things:
I guess you can call that progress, but not really. I will do more testing today, outside of PC mode and report back.
On a side note, I've never seen more worthless release notes for software than Samsungs. It provices 0 specifics.