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Originally Posted by ChevChelios View Post

FastSync absolutely needs/prefers that you are above your max refresh rate at all times, so your min fps is above 60/100/144/165

thats when its supposed to work best and provide stutter, tear free experience when your fps is overkill


although frankly at 144+ fps on 144 Hz tearing is almost non-visible even with Vsync Off, so IMO its ok to just leave Vsync Off then

Not true when G-Sync and Fast Sync are enabled.

G-sync handles 0-144fps and fast sync takes over past your monitors refresh. Fast sync is sick.

I suspect people having issues with it have a crap monitor.
post #2632 of 11235
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Originally Posted by WolfenWind View Post

No lag or stutter for me.

Did you even check Latencymon ? it's not stutter or lag, the program shows that something is wrong. Run for 30 min then post back screenshots.

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Originally Posted by nexxusty View Post

Not true when G-Sync and Fast Sync are enabled.

G-sync handles 0-144fps and fast sync takes over past your monitors refresh. Fast sync is sick.

I suspect people having issues with it have a crap monitor.

Gsync already enabling Vsync ON automatically so using Gsync is capping your fps.
Using Gsync + Fast Sync let the fps go above your monitor XX Hz

The big question is can we use Fast Sync with 60 Hz Monitor or it should be used only for 100 Hz Monitor and above ?

I have Philips 7007 TV , so I am not sure yet if I can use it or not from technical view
Edited by x7007 - 7/12/16 at 10:33am
post #2633 of 11235
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Originally Posted by x7007 View Post

Did you even check Latencymon ? it's not stutter or lag, the program shows that something is wrong. Run for 30 min then post back screenshots.
Gsync already enabling Vsync ON automatically so using Gsync is capping your fps.
Using Gsync + Fast Sync let the fps go above your monitor XX Hz

G-sync absolutely does NOT automatically enable Vsync. What in the world are you talking about?

As for your second statement. That is exactly what I said beforehand....
post #2634 of 11235
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G-sync absolutely does NOT automatically enable Vsync. What in the world are you talking about?

As for your second statement. That is exactly what I said beforehand....

Enabling G-SYNC does set V-Sync to Force On in NVIDIA Control Panel, although V-Sync will only kick in when your frame rate reaches your refresh rate.
 
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post #2635 of 11235
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Enabling G-SYNC does set V-Sync to Force On in NVIDIA Control Panel, although V-Sync will only kick in when your frame rate reaches your refresh rate.

It's not enabled. G-sync takes over.

Ugh.... this has been covered before people.

I'm also totally the type of person that both doesn't know what he's talking about and talks crap... lol.

Just trust me on this....
post #2636 of 11235
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Originally Posted by nexxusty View Post

G-sync absolutely does NOT automatically enable Vsync. What in the world are you talking about?

As for your second statement. That is exactly what I said beforehand....

It does, only my laptop Gsync enabled Asus G751JT , if I enables GSYNC it enabled Vsync ON .

Vsync will be turned ON when you enable Nvidia 3DTV too.

http://nvidia.custhelp.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/2342


http://forums.guru3d.com/showthread.php?t=399791



Manual on Geforce forums

https://forums.geforce.com/default/topic/489962/3d-vision/3d-and-vsync/post/3511551/#3511551

"Hi

Our driver forces overrides Vsync in-game settings and always forced Vsync on. It does not matter what the game's menu says."




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Originally Posted by boredgunner View Post

Enabling G-SYNC does set V-Sync to Force On in NVIDIA Control Panel, although V-Sync will only kick in when your frame rate reaches your refresh rate.

That's what I meant, but it is forcing it on, with drivers 353.xx they said to disable Vsync OFF, but they change it in the new drivers. Like what boredgunner said, Vsync wouldn't be enabled as long you don't pass the monitor FPS/Hz
post #2637 of 11235
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Originally Posted by x7007 View Post

It does, only my laptop Gsync enabled Asus G751JT , if I enables GSYNC it enabled Vsync ON .

Vsync will be turned ON when you enable Nvidia 3DTV too.

http://nvidia.custhelp.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/2342


http://forums.guru3d.com/showthread.php?t=399791



Manual on Geforce forums

https://forums.geforce.com/default/topic/489962/3d-vision/3d-and-vsync/post/3511551/#3511551

"Hi

Our driver forces overrides Vsync in-game settings and always forced Vsync on. It does not matter what the game's menu says.
"

That's when you select vsync and DON'T have G-sync enabled.

Again... G-sync takes over all sync functions...
post #2638 of 11235
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Originally Posted by nexxusty View Post

That's when you select vsync and DON'T have G-sync enabled.

Again... G-sync takes over all sync functions...


again, we are talking about something nvidia did and change, we are talking about the same thing.

I just said Vsync is Globally enabled to ON when you enable Gsync or 3DTV .. that's all . it does that, working or not on the technical of it as you already know how it works.
post #2639 of 11235
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Originally Posted by x7007 View Post

again, we are talking about something nvidia did and change, we are talking about the same thing.

I just said Vsync is Globally enabled to ON when you enable Gsync or 3DTV .. that's all . it does that, working or not on the technical of it as you already know how it works.

Alright, I wasn't sure if there was some confusion.

Yes it does get set to "ON" when enabling G-sync. Just not really. Hehe.
post #2640 of 11235
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Originally Posted by xer0h0ur View Post

I haven't tried using Precision yet. Only have been using Afterburner Beta 4.3.0.

I used all of them so far. Afterburner and XOC are the most stable for me. I like XOC because of the scan tool for EVGA cards. The thing that I don't get is why offsetting a single voltage point allows for a very high over clock, but when I add offsets to the other points it becomes unstable. 1.05v can hit 2202mhz stable for me if it is the only voltage that has an offset. 1.062, 1.075, and 1.081 are not as stable that high, but 1.093 is.

In order for me to hit 1.093v I have to push the voltage to 100%. If I create a curve from just 1.05v to 1.093v, then I have to lower the offset of all five voltage steps because the steps between them are not as stable when clocked that high. I did notice that I couldn't just offset 1.05 and 1.093, and have it skip from one to the other without going through the other three points. It will stop at 1.05v no matter how high the voltage is turned up if they are offset lower than 1.05 and 1.093.
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