I’m having a bit of a User/Tech Problem here (not sure wich).
I’m running a 1440p 144Hz Monitor. In random situation, when i fiddle with my 3 Monitor alignment or such i realize that my nice high refreshrate monitor is running at 60Hz in Nvidia Settings. It’s noticable even on the desktop when switched, but often times, i just don’t specifically look for it and realize a bit later.
I’m not sure what the reason for this is. Could be driver updates resetting it, Nvidia settings and windows settings conflicting or some other changes i do resetting those things. But what ever, i want this to stop.
The only way to reliably have an eye on this is the FPS overlay from my monitor, but its huge and yellow, so, no thanks.
There is NO situation where I’d ever want to run lower than 144Hz on that screen. Is there an option to delete each and any resolution in nvidia settings or windows other than the 144Hz ones? Effectively forcing the display to always run at high refreshrates?
Also, is there a tray application or any small desktop overlay or such to show the current configuration so i can keep an eye on it and see, wether it’s me changing stuff or when this happens? It’s quite frustrating to check nvidia settings after every game launch or restart of the PC.