Attempt #2 at making a post, as, I messed up a bit, so my apologies if you saw that first one.
I’ve looked around the wiki quite a bit, as well as these forums for hours, and I don’t believe I’ve seen anybody talk about this topic, and it’s so niche that I doubt it would’ve come up anytime soon – so I decided to take matters into my own hands by asking for advice, lol. My apologies if this has been discussed already though, with that been said.
I have three displays, currently. I have a 2560x1440 144hz, a 1920x1080 60hz drawing tablet, and the problem child Odyssey G9 – a 5120x1440 240hz display. Back when I was on Windows and Arch Linux, I had few issues with this display, so this seems to be a Qubes OS related issue, to my knowledge. The problem is the main monitor (the Odyssey G9) tears when at max resolution, until the prompt to save settings goes away –
I’ve attempted to use Xrandr, but that only causes it to be the same, but a reboot is required,
as well as attempted to increase the GPU minimum VRAM as described in the wiki. Both to no avail; I kind of gave up a few months ago and have just been running it down-scaled, but at this point, I’m just wanting my full resolution, as, that’s what I paid a good chunk of money for. This tearing at max resolution only happens on the primary display I’m attempting to change.
Also the reason for the black parts of the screen, is I’ve removed the wallpaper entirely – I just prefer it to be black, just an odd personal preference, lol. I do not have NVIDIA drivers, either.
Does anybody have any ideas on what I could try? Any recommendations/ideas are highly appreciated.