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Are you using AOC's beta driver per chance? I had the same problem. Fixed it by changing the max refresh to 60. Seems like until there's a better driver, you basically have a choice of 35-60 (beta driver) or 48-75 (official driver) FreeSync ranges.
Thank you for answering! and ... Yes! In fact, I'm using the beta drivers that are associated with this monitor on his website.
However, I do not know if you mean that ... but I've changed on managing Windows screens 75Hz to 60Hz and continuing problems (unless you have to do something extra). It doesn't solve my problems ... if you do something more, I'll thank you to tell me your steps.
I'm sure that this is a matter of software (AMD's or AOC's drivers) ... because if I use my PC with no GPU and no monitor drivers installed in the OS, these problems disappear entirely being connected DP ... problems come after I install the drivers (obviously, I can't have the OS without drivers). Therefore, it is not really a question of hardware monitor (checked, the shop has changed me the monitor and the problems remain) or a display port connection on the GPU (I tested it on a friend's house), is software problem (the drivers in question). I have contacted with AMD and AOC, so I'm waiting for them to offer me a solution ...
What do you mean, "Basically you have a choice of 35-60 (beta driver) or 48-75 (official driver) ranges FreeSync"? On the web I've only found these beta drivers for this monitor ...
It has not been entirely clear to me, sorry. Thanks for your help, but I'd appreciate any additional help!
For me, yes: Changing the refresh rate to 60hz via Windows --> Display Settings --> Display Adapter ---> Monitor does fix any flickering with the beta driver.
The non-beta driver, I got from here: 22" ABL Professional FreeSync Gaming Monitor G2260VWQ6 - AOC
Strange, though, that the different regional AOC sites have different versions of the driver. Wonder what's up with that...