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    G SYNC questions

    i have a gtx 1080 ti with asus pg279q 165hz g sync monitor. what combination of settings would be optimal?

    G SYNC ON + V SYNC OFF (NVCP) +-3 FPS CAP
    G SYNC ON + V SYNC ON (NVCP) +-3 FPS CAP
    G SYNC ON + V SYNC ON (NVCP) +NO FPS CAP
    G SYNC ON + V SYNC OFF (NVCP) +NO FPS CAP

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    Administrator Array Silent Scone@ASUS's Avatar
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    Personally, I use number 1.

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    Hi,

    G-Sync On
    + V-Sync On in NVIDIA Control Panel
    + V-Sync Off in game
    + Limit the FPS to the max rate of your monitor in game
    + Double/Triple Buffering Off in game
    + Reduce Buffering On in game.

    If it does not suit you, turn off G-Sync and activate Fast-Sync :

    G-Sync Off
    + Fast-Sync On in NVIDIA Control Panel
    + V-Sync Off in game
    + Limit the FPS to the max rate of your monitor in game
    + Double/Triple Buffering Off in game
    + Reduce Buffering On in game.
    Last edited by MoKiChU; 07-08-2018 at 01:15 PM.

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    G SYNC ON + V SYNC ON (NVCP) +-3 FPS CAP (using RTSS)

    Absolutely no screen tearing under any circumstances with no noticeable input lag in my experience.

    Blurbusters recommends the above as well.

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