June - last edited June
I recently installed a new GPU in my computer, an Nvidia RTX2060. I immediately started noticing that something was wrong and the performance were not really as good as they should with that new card. It turns out that according the the g-sync indicator, G-Sync works in all my games except in BFV.
But first here is a little more contextual informations:
All the above screens are connected to the RTX 2060 GPU. Main screen is configured at 144hz on windows and in the nvidia control panel. It's showed as G-Sync compatible.
No 3D settings were changed in the video control panel beside setting V-Sync to off globally. But even before setting that up, I still had the issue relevant to this topic.
Now onto the BFV settings:
Reproducing the Issue:
What tests I have done so far:
As you can see, in the current setup I either need to disconnect my secondary monitors or deactivate DX12 in order to have a functioning G-Sync.
Unfortunately, I have lower average framerate with DX11 so it's a pretty tough choice to make. I wish I could have DX12, my monitors connected and no frame tearing.
I don't know if it's an NVIDIA or BFV issue, or both but it certainly is very annoying !
I hope this can be fixed somehow or a workaround could be found.
Thanks for any help provided
Additional note: G-Sync works in Overwatch (with DX12) and Apex legends even with the secondary monitors plugged in.