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Vsync for games
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If you have a good video card, leave vsync on for a much smoother gaming experience and to avoid wasting power because with vsync off. 20 Mar V-sync eliminates screen-tearing by synchronizing the number of frames rendered by the GPU with the maximum number of frames that your monitor can display. Essentially, screen tearing can happen whenever the in-game FPS is higher than your monitor’s refresh rate. Vsync attempts to run the game at the same refresh as the monitor. If you see tearing it means your game is running really well. However If your screen is 60Hz (refreshes 60 times a second), vysnc is enabled and your frame rate drops below 60fps your framerate will drop another 50%.
11 Mar - 5 min - Uploaded by PCaddict I also explain if and when you should turn Vsync tutorial video where I explain what V-sync. 18 Jan Standard Vsync is just Vsync. To my knowledge there shouldn't be a difference, but a good rule of thumb is to use the in-game settings if. A lot of players dislike the tearing and rapid climb/cratering of frame rates while gaming and vsync will tend to take care of that, but it can also.
25 Jun The way I understand it, your GPU does not work any less when vsync is enabled its just that the display driver is forcing the fps to be locked at. Vertical Synchronization, also called Vertical Sync, or simply VSync for short, enable VSync, it makes sense for you to raise your in-game graphics settings (if. Adaptive VSync. When VSync is enabled and the frame rate drops below the monitor's refresh rate, the frame rate fluctuates wildly, causing visible stuttering. Screen tearing as seen in Battlefield 3. Adaptive VSync dynamically turns VSync on and off to maintain a more stable framerate. 7 Sep VSync is a timing mechanism that uses the ultra sensitive clock on the GPU to time when the next frame should be drawn on the monitor. If VSync is off the GPU spits out the front buffer to the monitor whether it's fully written or not. At least it should; I've seen games with buggy V-Sync where turning this option VSync is a feature that affects your FPS (Frames per Second).