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Samung Odyessy G9 Gaming Monitor - Adaptive-Sync Issue: stretching image when running 2560 x 1440

I have an Samung Odyessy G9 Gaming Monitor running with Nvidia GTX 1080ti video card and the latest firmware for the monitor at 1006.2. I know my video card doesn't have hardware Digital Stream Compression, so I can't run native 5120 x 1440 @ 240Hz refresh rate (can only run maximum 120Hz refresh rate at that resolution). 

 

In order for me to game with 240Hz refresh rate ,I have to switch resolution to 3840 x 1080 @ 240Hz, or 2540 x 1440 @ 240Hz.

 

When running at 2540 x 1440 @ 240Hz with Adapative-Sync off, the video image is centered on the Samung Odyessy G9 Gaming Monitor, as you would expect. However, if I turn Adaptive-Sync ON, then the image stretches to the edge of the monitor. Not the desired effect. You can't adjust Screen Size when Adaptive-Sync is turned on. However, I make sure to set it to 27" 16:9, before turning on Adaptive-Sync. 

 

It appears this is an issue with the monitor, unless Adaptive Sync somehow can't be supported with my card at 2540 x 1440 @ 240Hz. 

 

Any ideas?

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Astronaut

Re: Samung Odyessy G9 Gaming Monitor - Adaptive-Sync Issue: stretching image ..

can u provide me with some images please
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Re: Samung Odyessy G9 Gaming Monitor - Adaptive-Sync Issue: stretching image ..


@Mateuzs wrote:
can u provide me with some images please

 

 


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Above: Here are some photos when running 2540 x 1440 @ 240Hz with Adaptive Sync ON - it stretches the image to the edge of the monitor to 32:9. 

 

Below: Here is a photo when running 2540 x 1440 @ 240Hz with Adaptive Sync OFF - Aspect ratio is preserved to 16:9

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Let me know what you think!

 

 

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Astronaut

Re: Samung Odyessy G9 Gaming Monitor - Adaptive-Sync Issue: stretching image when running 2560 x 14

Same here. As soon as adaptive sync is on, the monitor auto-stretches the content whatever the resolution set. 

Just like OP I just want a software to run at 2560x1440 with black bars and 240Hz g-sync. 

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