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Journeyman III

RX480, 2 displays (One with 60hz and one with 59,9394hz g.refresh rate): i always need to change which is the preferred display...

If i don't change which is the preferred display, i have screen tearing. I think the problem is, that both displays have a different g.refresh rate, but with my Nvidia Geforce card i never had that problem.

Is it possible to remove the screen tearing without opening radeon settings and changing the preferred display all the time?

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Why do you use a monitor with a 59.9394hz refresh rate?


There is almost no monitor out there which has exactly 60hz, 75hz, 120Hz, 144Hz or 240Hz.

99% of monitors have 59.9XXX Hz, 74.9XXXX Hz, 119.9XXX Hz, 143.9XXXX Hz and 239.9XXXX  Hz.

So he pretty much has no choice.

The display refresh rate values shown in Windows etc are rounded values.

Change it to 60hz in windows display settings.

Ryzen 5 5600x, B550 aorus pro ac, Hyper 212 black, 2 x 16gb F4-3600c16dgtzn kit, Aorus gen4 1tb, Nitro+RX6900XT, RM850, Win.10 Pro..

They are both already at 60hz in windows display settings.

Adept III

I have a similar problem with this new drivers. every time I change my output from display 1 to 2 or duplicate or extended I always have to set my refresh rate every single time. It changes my monitors from 144hz to 119 and the other monitor from 60 to 59hz. Never did it before. If I try to change one of the monitors refresh rate it says something about not having permission, admin permission which I do. In order to change that monitor I have to first go to the view where that monitor is being used alone and then I can change it. This drivers are garbage lately.Untitled-1.jpg