Mouse does not work on external monitor when using USB-C Port and a high refresh rate


so, i am not completely sure what the issue is related to, so i post as many (random) information bits as possible.
The problem is that, when i use my external monitor (TUF Gaming VG27AQ|Monitors|ASUS Global) with one of my USB-C ports, the mouse cursor disappears on the external screen. When i switch to a lower refresh rate (60Hz for example) it does work though.

My Notebook is a Asus TUF Dash F15 (2022), which has two USB-C Ports:
1x Thunderbolt™ 4 support DisplayPort™
1x USB 3.2 Gen 2 Type-C support DisplayPort™ / power delivery / G-SYNC

I am using latest Fedora 38 with Wayland (on NVidia - i already reinstalled the latest drivers from RPMFusion stable repo).

When i use the one that supports G-SYNC the problem occurs. On the other one, it works fine. To my understanding, the one with G-SYNC should also be fast enough (it is DP 1.4 capable).

When i look at ‘journalctl -f’ i see a lot of the following error when the Display is plugged into that port (these disappear to show up when connected to the other one):
Mai 31 19:17:34 fedora gnome-shell[2419]: Page flip failed: drmModeAtomicCommit: Das Argument ist ungültig
(The last part means something like ‘Argument invalid’).

Can someone please help me on that?

Could be this issue Fixes were committed 10 months ago for linux and nouveau. Maybe Nvidea missed this bug or the patch hasn’t been backported to F38.