Originally Posted by DaveLT
1) No. You do not need to set it for every game, you can have a global profile
2) Avg fps? Are you kidding me?
4) It doesn't increase input lag. It's Dynamic Framerate Control AND NOT VSYNC. It's a variable frameCAP not a VSYNC
Are you implying that we shouldn't use Windows because IE is so terrible we have to use 3rd party browsers? Fedora comes with Firefox as standard.
1) nice, but even a global profile won't cover everything since all games are coded differently.
2) no i am not kidding. try playing competitively as a player in a FPS game; the higher refresh rate will be a benefit, even above 60, with "getting the drop" on the other player.
3) sorry if you don't understand that the demand on the graphics card varies from scene to scene. when inside looking at a wall the load is less and the frame rates will be higher but, going outside with more detail to be rendered to the screen and will increase the demand on the gpu causing the frame rates to lower.
4) you say tomato and i say tamato. gee, V-sync doesn't CAP frame rates? same thing, different name. the only difference is frame rates won't automatically drop down to 30 when its set to 60 and the FPS drop below 60. enabled it and move your mouse cursor quickly across the screen; seeing "several cursors" is just one effect of input lag.
and no i am not implying anything about an OS and whatever web browser is featured as an accessory
; any OS will operate fine w/o a web browser but good luck in getting a graphics card to function w/o drivers.