With FreeSync, my desktop screen bezel is get some truncation. First photo is using FreeSync, second is not.
Also, I using DP cable and WQHD (2560*1440) resolution.
Driver version is 16.11.4, GPU is RX 480. (MSI GAMING X 8G)
Hey! I have the exact same issue. It seems to be 3 missing horizontal pixel lines on the top of the screen when FreeSync is enabled.
I'd like to know, what is the exact model of the screen you're using? I was scared my issue was due to a faulty screen, but it seems yours is different (I have a 1080p ASUS MG248Q).
My graphics card is an ASUS Strix RX 480 OC 8GB.
If it's a driver issue, I hope AMD gets this sorted out asap!
My display model is Crossover 27100Q. (Crossover 27100Q 27" 100Hz Real Boost Clock AH-IPS WQHD DP HDMI Gaming Monitor | eBay)
Unfortunately, the manufacturer does not even know a clear solution to this problem. Instead, they asked me to check it so I'll send it to the manufacturer.
Apart from that, I tried several things with the CRU software, but I could not solve it. It was the only way to directly reduce the vertical resolution. (1440 -> 1436)
Thanks for the answer! I'm happy to hear it's a completely different monitor company.
It would be useful to get an actual answer from AMD to confirm if this is an issue with the drivers or the monitor...I really don't want to return the monitor as this is already my second one (first had dead pixels).
I have no clue how to test that myself since I only have one computer with displayport and freesync support.
I connected Intel Integrated Graphics, then the same problem appeared.
In my monitor, I need to turn on FreeSync mode to use the function. However, Intel integrated graphics showed a problem regardless of the operation of this mode.
This is a case of a more likely monitor problem. CRU developer also said that EDID or firmware might be a problem. In fact in CRU, my monitor had an HDMI extension block on connect DP.
Same issue here. ASUS MG248Q and MSI Gaming X RX 480 4GB.
Heard about this issue. Did you try replacing the monitor with MG28UQ?
Unfortunately, all monitors seem to have these problems when freesync is enabled. The problems are: When freesync in enabled, 3 pixels will go out of the top which leads to 3 missing pixel rows at the bottom. 2: grey scan lines. 3: white flickering when freesync is enabled ( especially during gaming) at 144hz and 120hz. Check this link out of other people with the exact same problems. https://www.reddit.com/r/Amd/comments/566i7u/asus_mg248q_adaptive_sync_cuts_off_pixels/ . I have sent an email to asus that I want this monitor returned and get my money back, the employee sent me an email back that he/she woud send it to Asus' headquarter. This was 3 weeks ago ( almost 4) and still have no repsonse back yet.
I hope some of this info helps you!
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