Originally Posted by Sketchus
GTA is definitely not a fast paced FPS so I can understand somet things feeling slower, but the aiming is very responsive which is where you should notice is most. What FPS are you playing at?
I mean, I let my friend who is not a particularly hardcore gamer (he'd not heard of input lag) try GTA out on both monitors today and he noticed instantly how sluggish the aiming was. And even the mouse in the menus too. It could be you're framelimiting or something like that? If you notice it in Far Cry you should definitely notice it in GTA.
My frame rate is kind of nuts in GTA V, at least according to Precision X. Might try some other software.
When I first started checking it today, it appeared to be locked at 29! It wouldn't vary at all:
I played a little while longer and then it appeared to "un lock" or maybe the counter in Precision X just wasn't working correctly:
But it seems steady between 63-80. I have never seen 100. I am running v-sync off and "100 refresh rate" set in settings/graphics (in game settings).
What are you guys getting??
Edit: I turned on the on screen refresh rate display in the X34 options and verified that the 29 FPS that Precision X was reporting was a glitch. it ways 29 sometimes in Precious X, where as the monitor refresh rate shows 70 or so. I knew it was a glitch because when Precision X would switch from 29 to 70-80, there was no change in gameplay.
Generally Im getting around 70 fps in game play. Might need to turn down some settings to get 100.
Edit: I just ran the in game graphics benchmark (wow it was LONG) and it doesn't even give you a summary at the end. But I got in the range of 60ish-90ish depending on what location the bench was running.Edited by skypine27 - 10/23/15 at 8:27pm