This is an amazing MONITOR technology that nVidia just invented --
nVidia G-Sync is a variable-refresh-rate monitor technology, that allows the monitor to immediately display frames "on-the-fly" from the GPU. Refreshing of the screen is no longer at discrete intervals! The refresh rate is no longer an exact metronome.
I changed monitor then went to boot up and Ubuntu 14.04 just did nothing as far as displaying anything.
I booted into advanced repair and selected repair the display setting. It told me it could not auto detect the right settings but fixed it.
im stuck at 1920x1080 and the refresh rate or messed up or something. ever time something moves on the screen I get a wired blurring effect.
I added a old Dell e770s Monitor on for a second monitor and it is stuck on 60 Hz for the refresh rate and xserver didn't detect the Model. The trouble is I need to get the driver thing installed because it is stuck in 60Hz refresh rate and that gives me a headache big time. I need it up to 72Hz for it to be fine.