I am dualbooting endeavour alongside windows 10. While on Endeavour, I can’t use the full capabilities of my monitor, but it works fine on windows.
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It is expected when you use the open source nvidia driver (nouveau).
I hear rumors that using the proprietary driver (nvidia) produces better performance.
One question, is your HDMI cable plugged in directly into your laptop?
And well, you need to install the proprietary Nvidia driver.
Thank you, this worked and allowed me to use 144hz. Now the screen is tinted yellow, though, is there a way to fix this?
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Do you have night color or redshift turned on? This will make the colors seem tinted yellowish because it is filtering out the blue light. I know KDE and gnome both have this as a feature.
Can you show the output when running on this monitor.
Edit: Also maybe check the color profile in your monitor settings? Or it is Gnome color profile settings related?