I just installed it and rebooted, and I could see 240 hz option in the display so thanks for that !
But I faced another problem that the screen is heavily blinking so I used the reduced mode as mentioned in xrandr doc but got that in the output
omarashour@fedora:~/Downloads$ xrandr --output eDP-1 --mode 2656x1600R X Error of failed request: BadValue (integer parameter out of range for operation) Major opcode of failed request: 140 (RANDR) Minor opcode of failed request: 21 (RRSetCrtcConfig) Value in failed request: 0x0 Serial number of failed request: 22 Current serial number in output stream: 22
I’ve got fedora 39 dual booted with windows 11, I’m not sure that I’m using GNOME.
I have a Lenovo Ideapad, It’s a 144Hz monitor but consistently runs at 120Hz on the desktop. Not really interested in hitt 144Hz outside of edge case games so it’s good enough for me. 240Hz is a ton so hope you have fun with games and videos.
The error message you’re getting (“X Error of failed request: BadValue (integer parameter out of range for operation)”) indicates that the xrandr command is trying to set a parameter (likely the refresh rate) that’s outside the range your monitor can support. In your case, it’s trying to set the refresh rate for your eDP-1 output (which is likely your laptop’s built-in display) to “R,” which probably translates to a very high refresh rate not supported by your panel.
Do me a favor and reboot the laptop and go straight to settings afterwards. See if you can set the refresh rate you want.
That i am not sure, maybe something with using wrong xrandr ? I just checked my setup and it’s basically locked on 120Hz. as a matter of fact, using xrandr command probably set your monitor to 240Hz and it survived the reboot.
set it back to 60Hz, to test. Also, maybe try some other xrandr commands
xrandr --output eDP-1 --mode 2656x1600@120
for 120Hz or :
using ones from the list above
now that you have the driver installed check what it gives back to see what is available.
IMO : do this command with xrandr --output eDP-1 --auto and reboot the machine. This will set it back to normal + now that driver is installed properly and see what options are available.
@omarashour here is a Copr repo for Asus ROG laptops to have most tof the features they bring OOTB work. This will be helpful as this will give you ability to set up keyboard features and GPU features as well.