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Doesn't WoW use Vsync as default?? IIRC
Serenity, good suggestion. Doesn't Vsync default to the refresh rate of the display device? This would make sense if the OP's display is set to a 60Hz refresh rate.
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Serenity, good suggestion. Doesn't Vsync default to the refresh rate of the display device? This would make sense if the OP's display is set to a 60Hz refresh rate.
Yeah, I remember reading about it before...there is some way to turn it off though, requires editing in the config...TBH, there is no reason to turn it off though...Why run a game at 70FPS if your monitor can only display 60?
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being on a high-population and old server (one of the originals) doesn't help. Running off old servers...
I usually have about 50 lat in game I don't think my internet is causing any problems in game. I'll dick around with some stuff in a few hours when i get back to my comp.
    
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Serenity, good suggestion. Doesn't Vsync default to the refresh rate of the display device? This would make sense if the OP's display is set to a 60Hz refresh rate.
I'll make sure the display is forced to 60 and not on auto or anything, and verify that vsync is enabled.
    
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Why run a game at 70FPS if your monitor can only display 60?
Serenity, unless the refresh rate on the OP's display can go higher then 60Hz

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I'll make sure the display is forced to 60 and not on auto or anything, and verify that vsync is enabled.
J_syk, try and disable that option and see if it improves performance.

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Serenity, unless the refresh rate on the OP's display can go higher then 60Hz

Good luck
I'd doubt he'd be on a 120Hz monitor
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I'd doubt he'd be on a 120Hz monitor
Serenity, well if he's running 70Hz on his display device and has Vsync enabled then theoretically his machine will max out at 70fps. If he disables Vsync I'm sure performance would increase. The only downside to that is texture tearing will be visible.
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Serenity, well if he's running 70Hz on his display device and has Vsync enabled then theoretically his machine will max out at 70fps. If he disables Vsync I'm sure performance would increase. The only downside to that is texture tearing will be visible.
I know yeah, but isn't the human eye only able to register between 30 and 40 frames per second on average??
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I know yeah, but isn't the human eye only able to register between 30 and 40 frames per second on average??
Serenity, that can turn into a debate that goes on forever. I have yet to find an article that sounds legit enough to prove that is correct. Has there been studies?
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Hmm I've been looking up on it, and what I've come to learn is that the human eye doesn't work in terms of refresh rate, it depends on how fast our brain can interpret whats happening in front of us...
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