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post #91 of 119 (permalink) Old 01-28-2019, 09:35 AM
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So does this mean Freesync will work on a 1080 Ti ?

On a Freesync/adaptive sync display, yes. How well is a bit dependent on the display. It's working quite well on mine.

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On a Freesync/adaptive sync display, yes. How well is a bit dependent on the display. It's working quite well on mine.
Thanks, been looking at 240hz monitors, will save me $100 lol

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Hi all, accordingly to the excel file on the first page, my monitor an AOC G2460VQ6 is "working" with this drivers although not marked as compatible.
I tried myself with pendulum demo and i noticed smoothed framerate when g-sync enabled, when i noticed tearing with g-sync disabled. So i think it's ok.

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How do i set up game properly? I nedd to enable v sync in game? or i need to keep it disabled? It's better to set it from nVidia control panel?
I'm a total noob for all regardind "monitors", please help me understanding this interesting and "free" feature!

P.S. drivers running on an RTX2070
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Limit your FPS in-game to about 3 lower then your refresh rate. You can use standard vsync if you'd like, it can add the smallest bit of input lag and so can not using it. The main thing is simply capping your FPS so your VRR rang is never exceeded.

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Thanks for the reply, How can i cap fps in games?
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Thanks for the reply, How can i cap fps in games?
In game settings are preferred and all the games I've played since Freesync was finally allowed have had in game limiters. If they did not I'd just use NVinspector to alter a profile for said games, the reason I'd use it over anything else is because I don't like OC related software and NVinspector does things at a driver level so it seems like it would be the better option.

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I'll give a try, thank you!
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In game settings are preferred and all the games I've played since Freesync was finally allowed have had in game limiters. If they did not I'd just use NVinspector to alter a profile for said games, the reason I'd use it over anything else is because I don't like OC related software and NVinspector does things at a driver level so it seems like it would be the better option.
Is there a guide for doing it this way , or can you link me somewhere?

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Working on my Acer XF250Q with 1080ti. Freesync range from 48-240hz.
Do you get any flickering or black screens?
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