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I figured out how to fix my no-reg in Half Life : Opposing Force; there's just one major problem.

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So, for years, I have been fighting the no-reg when I played online in Half-Life Opposing Force, or in any online game for the matter, wondering, "Man, why the hell did that blast not hit him?" I finally figured out how to fix it; simply enable V-Sync. You see, ever since I downloaded a driver for my Nvidia card years and years ago, I found out that I was able to increase my framerate in any game by disabling V-Sync; ever since, I have had no-reg out the wazoo, and I always wondered why.

It seems that a huge problem has now reared its ugly head; the mouse movement is extremely heavy-feeling and sluggish. With V-Sync disabled, I could snap right to a person and keep my aim on them; with V-Sync enabled, the mouse movement is so sluggish and weighted that I can hardly keep my aim on anyone. Its like picking the best of two evils; do I want good aim and bad reg, or do I want bad aim and good reg?

Is there any way that I can make the mouse movement with V-Sync enabled feel as good as when V-Sync is disabled?
    
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Cap your FPS to 1 frame less than the VSYNC rate of your monitor. So if it's 60Hz, cap the FPS to 59.
    
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Originally Posted by GanjaSMK View Post

Cap your FPS to 1 frame less than the VSYNC rate of your monitor. So if it's 60Hz, cap the FPS to 59.

Thank-you so much! I think I am in love with you. biggrin.gif Rep, all around!
    
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