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Due to running a 60hz 1080p monitor myself, I capitalize on the fact that I will never really experience a 61+ fps session, but my 59~60fps are all as/aa~qaa/ta8x 16x /vsync and triple buffered... in lue of that, get the best 60fps you can get! wink.gif
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How do you know if triplebuffering is enabled. Never seen it as an option in any game.

Is it an automatic thing or does it involve using config files etc?

And what exactly does it do?
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Originally Posted by lyster;12446384 
How do you know if triplebuffering is enabled. Never seen it as an option in any game.

Is it an automatic thing or does it involve using config files etc?

And what exactly does it do?

You have to force it with D3DOverrider, found in Rivatuner for DX11 games. I think it prepares more frames in advance allowing more fps, don't quote me on that though.
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Originally Posted by Soggysilicon;12446366 
Due to running a 60hz 1080p monitor myself, I capitalize on the fact that I will never really experience a 61+ fps session, but my 59~60fps are all as/aa~qaa/ta8x 16x /vsync and triple buffered... in lue of that, get the best 60fps you can get! wink.gif

Hear, hear!king.gif
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Originally Posted by lyster;12446384 
How do you know if triplebuffering is enabled. Never seen it as an option in any game.

Is it an automatic thing or does it involve using config files etc?

And what exactly does it do?
use this tool to force vsync as well as triple buffering in games...
http://www.mediafire.com/?2zzymudjfbh
its called d3doverrider
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@ Appletone / ghost_z. Thanks:) I'll try it

But can i still run afterburner with it?
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yup
but when using d3doverrider dont enable ingame vsync or nvidia control panel vsync,they might interfere with d3doverrider's functionality....
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Originally Posted by ghost_z;12446347 
ya enabling triple buffering will help coz then frames will be prepared in advance if triple buffering is turned on....

Gah, the delay's still there. In certain games I HAVE to enable triple buffering to avoid stuttering. Anything else that can help? =(
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Appletone;12446542 
Gah, the delay's still there. In certain games I HAVE to enable triple buffering to avoid stuttering. Anything else that can help? =(

yip!

Create a profile with good ole' Nvidia profiles... (you should be doing this already) scrounge up the 'pre rendering' option and tinker with a low number than 3 (stock) for fps/twitch, and maybe a little bigger number for cinematic style games. Lemme know how it goes.
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Setting max pre-rendered frames to 1 seems to have helped. The lag is still there but it's lessened. Thanks!
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