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[REQUEST] Acer G9-793 BIOS MOD G-Sync
#1
Hello Everyone!
 I'm new here to the forums! I currently have an Acer Predator G9-793-71TW 17” which was equipped with a (LG - LP173WF4-SPF2) display and working G-SYNC. I have recently upgraded the display to the (AUO - B173HAN03.1) which works great but lost the ability to use G-SYNC. From all the research I’ve done I’m wondering if the new panel isn’t whitelisted to the BIOS. Could this be possible? And could a BIOS mod be created to accept the new panel and enable G-SYNC?
 I’m aware that I would need to use the SPI-programmer and SOIC8 and would be fully willing to go that route if such BIOS changes were possible. I would also be more than happy to donate to the cause!
 Any feedback is always welcome.
Thank You
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#2
(03-12-2020, 08:02 AM)tesla124 Wrote: Hello Everyone!
 I'm new here to the forums! I currently have an Acer Predator G9-793-71TW 17” which was equipped with a (LG - LP173WF4-SPF2) display and working G-SYNC. I have recently upgraded the display to the (AUO - B173HAN03.1) which works great but lost the ability to use G-SYNC. From all the research I’ve done I’m wondering if the new panel isn’t whitelisted to the BIOS. Could this be possible? And could a BIOS mod be created to accept the new panel and enable G-SYNC?
 I’m aware that I would need to use the SPI-programmer and SOIC8 and would be fully willing to go that route if such BIOS changes were possible. I would also be more than happy to donate to the cause!
 Any feedback is always welcome.
Thank You
Hi
First make your bios dump
Check your PM
find
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#3
(03-12-2020, 08:21 AM)Dudu2002 Wrote:
(03-12-2020, 08:02 AM)tesla124 Wrote: Hello Everyone!
 I'm new here to the forums! I currently have an Acer Predator G9-793-71TW 17” which was equipped with a (LG - LP173WF4-SPF2) display and working G-SYNC. I have recently upgraded the display to the (AUO - B173HAN03.1) which works great but lost the ability to use G-SYNC. From all the research I’ve done I’m wondering if the new panel isn’t whitelisted to the BIOS. Could this be possible? And could a BIOS mod be created to accept the new panel and enable G-SYNC?
 I’m aware that I would need to use the SPI-programmer and SOIC8 and would be fully willing to go that route if such BIOS changes were possible. I would also be more than happy to donate to the cause!
 Any feedback is always welcome.
Thank You
Hi
First make your bios dump
Check your PM

Will Do! 
Thank Dudu
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