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Originally Posted by Spooony View Post
Vsync got a habbit of dropping the fps half the refresh rate which means 30 to 35 fps on your 60hz screen. And no fps and refresh rate are two different things. FPS is what your gpu produces
If the monitor refreshes the screen 60 times per second, which is what 60Hz means, then it's the exact same thing as saying you are seeing 60 Frames Per Second. Because even if your GPU is pushing out 200 FPS then you are still only seeing 60 FPS on a 60Hz monitor. In which case your GPU is working way harder than it needs to.

Also, I'm not saying vsync doesn't do that, but I've never seen it happen. Vsync always locks my FPS to the vertical refresh of my monitor in Hz.