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post #21 of 28
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Originally Posted by Hitoshi View Post
how do i disable it? is it in my bios?
No its in the game! Under like proformace settings ( Where you set the Res, settings)
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post #22 of 28
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vsync might remove tearing but it adds input lag. I never have and never will use vsync.
If you can notice lag of less than 1ms, you have some crazy eyeballs.
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post #23 of 28
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If you can notice lag of less than 1ms, you have some crazy eyeballs.
It can actually do this with FPS games in where you winning or losing could infact depend on small input delays..

And it is more than 1ms for the record... I can notice it too on some of my games

For things like racing sims, movies, and slower-paced games (and SP FPS games) I keep vsync on because it does make high speed images a lot smoother

However for online MP where speed and performance count, and I don't like the feeling of input lag... Vsync is off for sure
    
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post #24 of 28
the way i have my system set up is:

on the nvidia contral panel i have quality under 3D
then I force vsync.

the reson i force vsynce is because some games don't have it. like assasin's creed for instance. ( i think i don't remeber which of my games doesen't) anyways vsynce is the best possible playing setting for me. because it makes the game run and the refresh rate of your monitor hence there is no tearing of the screen. IT IS NOT!!! all about the FPS. yea FPS are good but it's not what gets you quality. but here is the catch. Vsynch is a performace hog. if your just bearly hitting 60fps without vsync your not going to get it with it enabled. you might get like 40-50 range. so this is where the power comes in .. if you have a system that allows you to hit 100+ or whatever ( a good amount be it 60+20 or mor) then it garentees 60fps refresh rate which is extra smooth gaming.

i sometimes trip out on folks that brag that they play a game at 100+ fps..lol. the truth is i can get 240 but i rather play at 60 vsync enabled. it's the only way to fly.

if you need to test it out. run a game like wow or some other non crysis type of game. disable vsync in game and make sure it's not enabled in control panel or ccc. then get on game and turn or move around.. you should see your monitor tearing.. RIGHT DOWN THE MIDDLE .. thats not normal or good IMO. enable vsync and do the same running around and notice the silky softness. i hope this enlightens some to vsync.
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For this situation id keep vsync enabled, but in games (call of duty series, namely CoD UO and CoD4) extra fps does help in the multiplayer. It allows you do do certain jumps and also 'glide' further than people with a constant 60.

Just for the record though, i see quite a large difference in smoothness from 60 constant as opposed to 125 constant. 125 ALL THE WAY (for cod series atleast!)
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post #26 of 28
this old computer of mine runs 60fps with everything on default
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Just for the record though, i see quite a large difference in smoothness from 60 constant as opposed to 125 constant. 125 ALL THE WAY (for cod series atleast!)
Ye, especially since your monitor cant display more than 60fps ^^
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post #28 of 28
V-Sync is capping your FPS @ 60.
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