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First of all I am not sure if this is the correct section for this question. If it isn't please feel free to move the thread.


So basically I want to stream Battlefield 3. I tried to stream the traditional way but due to my 560 Ti not pumping out enough performance I get sub par fps while streaming. After some searching I found out that when I turn Aero off, my FPS increase quite a bit. Good enough to where it leaves plenty of room to be able to stream at a solid 60fps. The only problem now is that I get terrible screen tearing. Even when I force V-Sync on in game or through the Nvidia control panel I still get it. Is there any way to remove the screen tearing without enabling Aero again?

I also noticed for awhile now that some things aren't rendering properly. I feel like I am cheating a bit in BF3 because some object will not load unless I zoom in. So I end up being able to see through containers and stuff. Could my card be dying? I have installed BF3 plenty of times and there is nothing wrong with the game itself.
Edited by igrease - 8/28/13 at 7:47pm
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Try this in BF3,

'gametime.maxvariablefps 60' in the console of bf3,

experiment with different value's like 59.95 or 61, this could eliminate the screen tearing

you can also use this command ingame 'render.drawfps 1' to show the fps
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