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For the card it is just like running 90hz, but for you a screen that actually did 90hz would have no tearing. A certain amount of partial frames(because the frames are faster than the screen can display them) are being seen by you when you see a page tear.

Now the card is still working at that frame rate, the screen just does not run fast enough.
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post #32 of 33
You baught 2 cards for CoD? as far as I know that game is STILL super easy to run.

If you were playing BF4 or something I could understand.

The closer the monitor refresh is to the framerate you are getting the more you will see, the smoother it will feel, etc. its not like you have to have them perfectly matched to have a good experience though. just, the faster they both are, the better it gets.
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Originally Posted by orndorf77 View Post

if I disable v-sync in call of duty ghosts multi player and get the max fps you can get is 90 fps in that game and get very little to no screen tearing is that like playing with a monitor with a high refresh rate ?
No this is not like playing on a monitor with high refresh rate. Having no tearing is just one of the features that come with having a high refresh rate monitor. Everything is faster, and games would look twice as smooth when playing with low ms and high refresh rate monitors
Edited by Boyd - 4/8/14 at 4:33am
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