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FPS Limiter Causing Stuttering?

I've read that FPS limiters such as RTSS set the render ahead frame to 1. I think this may cause stuttering in some games which require more pre-rendered frames for smoothness, such as open world games. How do I limit the FPS and ensure a higher pre-render/flip queue size? RadeonPro is outdated and Radeon Mod doesn't say it is compatible with Vega. It only lists Fury and lower.

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Have you tried Chill? It works well as a frame rate limiter, no input lag and works in borderless. Turning on in global lets you to adjust the fps range in each games profile. I set mine to 142 min 143 max (144hz monitor)

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I tried it and it seemed to work a bit better. I'll continue to test just to make sure it isn't placebo. Thank you for the help.

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For some games is strongly recomended that we DISABLE any FRT or Chill -> For me it must be set to OFF in BFV/1
99% of Games can use FRT/Chill without a hitch

If You Enable Chill/FRT, then Enchanced Sync is a must, V-Sync is always OFF in-Games.
I have like this for some games e.g:

BFV -> OFF, Enchanced Sync ON, In game target is Monitor Refresh
Tomb Raiders -> FRT at 70, Chill at 64-70 & Enchanced Sync is ON

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Quote: Originally Posted by Ne01 OnnA View Post
For some games is strongly recomended that we DISABLE any FRT or Chill -> For me it must be set to OFF in BFV/1
99% of Games can use FRT/Chill without a hitch [IMG class=inlineimg]/forum/images/smilies/wink.gif[/IMG]

If You Enable Chill/FRT, then Enchanced Sync is a must, V-Sync is always OFF in-Games.
I have like this for some games e.g:

BFV -> OFF, Enchanced Sync ON, In game target is Monitor Refresh
Tomb Raiders -> FRT at 70, Chill at 64-70 & Enchanced Sync is ON

All is working well, smooth like butter, low Latency Gaming at it's finest [IMG class=inlineimg]/forum/images/smilies/biggrin.gif[/IMG]
Which FRT do you use?
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