[BUG REPORT] Can't select highest refreshrate in NVIDIA Settings my monitor supports (240Hz) since 535

Hi, I’m using a GTX 1080 TI with Fedora 38 with X11 and gnome.
Since I have updated from 525 to 535, I can’t select 240hz in the NVIDIA Settings app or anywhere else I could edit my monitor refresh rate. In 525 it showed me the options 60, 120, 144, and 240. Now the 240 is missing.
My monitor is definitely capable of 240 hz, I used it in Linux with 240 hz for ages until the update to 535.
The monitor is plugged in using a display port cable also capable of 240 Hz. I confirmed it by downgrading to 525, where it works as it should, and upgrading again to the current version where it does not work.

I have two more monitors plugged in, one running at 60hz and one running at 144hz.
If you need any more information, I’m happy to provide it. It is my first time submitting a bug report so I don’t really know what information might be missing.

Thank you in advance, I hope this issue can be resolved.
Best regards Felix Kimmerle

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These two seem to have the same problem. If they are resolved, my problem is probably resolved too.