Hi, newbie here trying to fix some graphics glitch while running a program on Linux, which is apparently due to the NVIDIA card and that should be solved by “deactivating GSYNC”, but I’ve not yet been able to figure out how.
I have a NVIDIA RTX A3000 with driver 530.41.03 on my Dell Inc. Precision 7560 running Fedora 37 with Gnome Wayland.
When I use a program called Zotero, the screen start flickering black, and according to several posts on the Zotero forum, this is solved by deactivating GSYNC in
However, when I run
nvidia-settings, I get a GUI which is way more minimalistic than what other people describe, without the option that I should change:
Staggering in the darkness of my ignorance, I also tried changing such “gsync” option via the terminal:
❯ nvidia-settings -a AllowGSYNC=0 DEPRECATED: The attribute 'AllowGSYNC' is deprecated, use "AllowVRR" instead. ERROR: Error resolving target specification '' (No targets match target specification), specified in assignment 'AllowGSYNC=0'. ❯ nvidia-settings -a AllowVRR=0 ERROR: Error resolving target specification '' (No targets match target specification), specified in assignment 'AllowVRR=0'.
Any idea on how to properly deactivate G-SYNC?