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post #191 of 196 (permalink) Old 01-28-2020, 06:56 AM
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i thought enhanced sync was to improve latency but worked only if you are pulling high fps, like above the max refresh rate of your monitor but not eliminating tearing like vsync does.

i am using Vsync in the drivers and in game with fps cap at 72 with RTTS, just below the max75hz of my freesync monitors

did they change the actual function of this Enhanced sync feature now that there is an anti lag feature set in the drivers?

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Quote: Originally Posted by nolive721 View Post
i thought enhanced sync was to improve latency but worked only if you are pulling high fps, like above the max refresh rate of your monitor but not eliminating tearing like vsync does.

i am using Vsync in the drivers and in game with fps cap at 72 with RTTS, just below the max75hz of my freesync monitors

did they change the actual function of this Enhanced sync feature now that there is an anti lag feature set in the drivers?
In such case either disable Vsync and set FPS cap to be slightly below 75FPS, with Freesync enabled, OR simply set FPS cap to be slightly above 75 fps (76 or 77).

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Quote: Originally Posted by Offler View Post
In such case either disable Vsync and set FPS cap to be slightly below 75FPS, with Freesync enabled, OR simply set FPS cap to be slightly above 75 fps (76 or 77).
Yea thats what i do but for me on my setup it tears the bottom 1/8th of my screen, enhanced sync eliminates tearing all together, using it on Siege with vulkan getting 200fps no screen tearing.

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I always have v-sync on so FPS will never get above my free-sync limit. FPS limiters are not good at all for AMD cards, not accurate. You have to set like 10 FPS below max refresh rate. And with v-sync and free-sync both on, latency isn't a problem. Linus did a test on that.

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Quote: Originally Posted by Ha-Nocri View Post
I always have v-sync on so FPS will never get above my free-sync limit. FPS limiters are not good at all for AMD cards, not accurate. You have to set like 10 FPS below max refresh rate. And with v-sync and free-sync both on, latency isn't a problem. Linus did a test on that.
Id rather use enhanced sync then vsync, works much better, i only use vsync on games that tend to run like crap with enhanced sync on or chill doesnt work on em. Latency isn't a problem but the frametimes will be. Anything i play thats competitive doesnt get any vsync, other games i cap at 73fps with enhanced sync and have zero screen tearing.

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Frame times would be a problem if free-sync was off, and v-sync on, when FPS drops below refresh rate. With free-sync frame times are fine

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