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Vsync Tearing help

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i'm running p4 2.0 ghz 512mb ram with fx 5700 128mb.
i just turned off vsync on CS 1.6 and i see lots of tearing. i'm gettin 100fps with my monitor's refresh rate set at 85Hz. Is there any way i could reduce tearing????
thanks!
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Turn it back on. Or get used to it.
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i'm running p4 2.0 ghz 512mb ram with fx 5700 128mb.
i just turned off vsync on CS 1.6 and i see lots of tearing. i'm gettin 100fps with my monitor's refresh rate set at 85Hz. Is there any way i could reduce tearing????
thanks!
Any special reason for turning off Vsync? It's used specificly to eliminate shredding like you described. Vsync limits the frame rate to the Refresh rate of the monitor.
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Any special reason for turning off Vsync? It's used specificly to eliminate shredding like you described. Vsync limits the frame rate to the Refresh rate of the monitor.
Turning ON Vsync eliminates the tearing. However, turning OFF Vsync lets the fps go above the monitor refresh rate, thus producing tearing. If Vsync is on, then the fps will never go above the refresh rate, they are always in sync with each other. Note that when Vsync is turned on, the FPS overall will be reduced because the max frame won't go above your refreshrate (in your case, 85 fps max, where as with vsync off you probably can go to 100+max fps). So what do you want? Quality or performance?
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