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Some games just cap the FPS to 60... not vysnc
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Originally Posted by SpeedNuggeT View Post
Some games just cap the FPS to 60... not vysnc
this is also true, BC2 said that it wasn't capped, but i find it impossible for the game to even flicker over 200, i think it still has a cap. some games just cap it, like star craft 2, the cut scene's weren't capped and it would have really high frame rates and i heard reports of peoples video card giving out because of it. thats possibly why companies cap them.
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Ya it is when you pay over $500 for two fast A** cards.... that are capable of 100+fps
Well, maybe you should've just bought one fast ass card and bought a 120Hz monitor so you can actually see what it is that you're paying for.
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+1 rep for listening. I have turned V-sync off on Assassins Creed II and now I can get all the way up to 80fps and it looks great. What is this tearing you guys are talking about? What is the purpose of locking the vertical refresh rate? That is what V-sync is for I imagine.
Screen tearing is when an "old" frame and a new frame are displayed at the same time. It looks like this

As for the purpose of locking vertical refresh or V-sync, it basically locks the frame rates that are able to be displayed by your monitor. Obviously your monitor has a 60Hz refresh rate (60 full screen redraws every second), however, in certain games where your FPS are higher, that number simply indicates how many FPS your GPU is actually rendering. But you're not going to see any more than 60. Period.
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lol , vsync . Vsync is best on for no page tearing . You might get 100fps without vsync on but it will be choppy and if the frames drop u will see it .

60fps is perfect anyway .
    
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If you are crazy picky about your image quality like most are, then turn Vsync off. Yeah, you might not be able to see a difference over 60fps, but you can definitely feel a difference. Try playing Cod4, cap it at 60. Play for a bit, and if you can hit anything over 200, cap it at 200, and tell me you dont feel a difference in responsiveness.
    
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If you are crazy picky about your image quality like most are, then turn Vsync off ON. Yeah, you might not be able to see a difference over 60fps, but you can definitely feel a difference. Try playing Cod4, cap it at 60. Play for a bit, and if you can hit anything over 200, cap it at 200, and tell me you dont feel a difference in responsiveness.
Fixed for you. If you're NOT picky about image quality, turn Vsync off.
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Thats right , me personally id rather play a game at 60fps no page tearing than at 200fps frames just being thrown in everywhere it looks messy at times .
    
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