Originally Posted by cskippy
Check to see if display scaling is enabled in Nvidia Control Panel. It's under adjust desktop size and position. It should be set to no scaling and let Monitor do the scaling, GPU if Monitor can't be selected.
Also, sometimes with different monitors the Nvidia game settings can change so double check that maximum prerendered frames is set to 1, vsync off in control panel etc.
He has an AMD video card.
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