NVidia introduces Max Frame Rate setting marking an end to V & G Sync  

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  1. Posts : 7,254
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       #11

    nIGHTmAYOR said:
    Now i feel my writing skills sucks :)

    But interesting monitor you have there , combined with a GPU that can reach such a frame rate gaming must be exceptional :)

    I wonder though if eyes can really tell the difference between 120 fps and 165
    You see more difference going from 60Hz to 144Hz than you do from 144Hz and up.
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  2. Posts : 1,291
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       #12

    I was starting to think that too . I believe they started making these monitors to absorb as much of the over processed frames as possible without tearing or artifaction but without introducing real visual improvement . in that case maybe you should start saving on frames at maybe where you believe it's not making a difference any more
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  3. Posts : 2,933
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       #13

    I might be wrong but I think limiting max fps (fps capping) DOES NOT COMPLETELY REMOVE screen tearing. Only Vsync does.

    I stand corrected. I have just tried a game with max fps capped at 58fps (60Hz monitor) and screen tearing was quite noticeable and dizzying for me. If you are worried about input lag introduced by vsync, your options are either use OpenGL API (with triple buffering) or use nVidia's FAST SYNC feature (card render frames in an unlimited way but only synched frames are displayed). This means a lot less input lag but without screen tearing.
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       #14

    eLPuSHeR said:
    I might be wrong but I think limiting max fps (fps capping) DOES NOT COMPLETELY REMOVE screen tearing. Only Vsync does.
    Theoretically after all the explanation I did it should , but even I did a disclaimer that you can't trust it to work 100% efficiently , I mean even them expected errors and added a 2 frames error margin , so time will tell :)
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  5. Posts : 2,933
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       #15

    nIGHTmAYOR said:
    Theoretically after all the explanation I did it should , but even I did a disclaimer that you can't trust it to work 100% efficiently , I mean even them expected errors and added a 2 frames error margin , so time will tell :)
    Of course it's a good addition to have, to lower gpu power comsumption.
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