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Do I have to lower my refresh rate to use V-Sync / G-Sync?

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As far what I've read on Google, Gsync apparently automatically lowers hz according to your framerate.

If my monitor is 144hz, and X game runs at around 125 FPS

 

Should I decreate the refresh rate to 120hz in order to enable V-Sync / G-Sync?

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What monitor do you have. Vsync and gsync run in a range from max refresh yo a certain minimum

 

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As far what I've read on Google, Gsync apparently automatically lowers hz according to your framerate.

Note: My advice is amateur help/beginner troubleshooting, someone else can probably troubleshoot way better than me.

- I do have some experience, and I can use google pretty well. - Feel free to quote me I may respond soon.

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6 minutes ago, Hi P said:

If my monitor is 144hz, and X game runs at around 125 FPS

 

Should I decreate the refresh rate to 120hz in order to enable V-Sync / G-Sync?

nope

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9 minutes ago, jaslion said:

What monitor do you have. Vsync and gsync run in a range from max refresh yo a certain minimum

 

I have the VG27AQ, which is G-sync compatible, so it doesn't really have the G-sync module

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