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Do you disable vsync in your game settings when using gsync?

I'm using temporary a 1060 gigabyte with my 2k 165hz Predator monitor, and the little vga is surprising me. I just have a doubt , when in game (destiny 2) i have to disable vsync? I've 80/90 fps in 2k without vsync active a little bit less if active, but i would Iole to know if i will have advantagea activating vsync on a gsync monitor

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Do you disable vsync in your game settings when using gsync?

I'm using temporary a 1060 gigabyte with my 2k 165hz Predator monitor, and the little vga is surprising me. I just have a doubt , when in game (destiny 2) i have to disable vsync? I've 80/90 fps in 2k without vsync active a little bit less if active, but i would Iole to know if i will have advantagea activating vsync on a gsync monitor

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my understanding of the subject is vsync would only be used once you exceed the refresh rate of your monitor, but then you are also subject to input lag of vsync
 

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Correct. What you should do with G-sync is set the FPS limit to 1 less than your monitors refresh rate. There are long videos on this from Battlenonsense on YouTube.
 

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What about triple buffering? Should that be turned off when using G-sync?
I would think that it'd be a waste having it on, Triple buffering helps enhance vsync, but gsync doesnt required buffered frames.
 
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