Originally Posted by Xevious
This seems really simple to get around on linux if you just remove the modeline or disable EDID like I already have to do.
Unfortunately its not that easy, I always had EDID disabled, now the driver simply wants to screw with my refresh rates everytime something 3D starts up, even if its setting both monitors to 100HZ when the other one doesn't support it....
I can go into nvidia-settings and force the second monitor back to 68HZ after starting minecraft and not run into any problems, so the drivers do still support independent refresh rates per screen....
So NVIDIA, how do I get the new 300 series driver to not 'conveniently' manage my refresh rates when it feels like it?