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so i got this pg348q monitor and was wondering in the nvidia control panel in mange 3d settings

do i put Vsync ON or FAST???

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Fast Sync is only meant for low demanding titles that run at over 2x your monitors refresh rate. If your's is 60hz, then enable Fast Sync if you get a consistent 120+FPS.

 

Fast Sync gives you less peripheral latency with no screen tearing (so better than no v sync for the non competitive gamer).

 

For everything else either disable V Sync, run V Sync, or run Adaptive V-Sync it's a personal preference.


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24 minutes ago, TATY said:

so i got this pg348q monitor and was wondering in the nvidia control panel in mange 3d settings

do i put Vsync ON or FAST???

if you put it OFF your FPS will go higher than the max refresh of your monitor and will introduce screen tearing...i run Vsync ON and Gsync on.


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