G-SYNC 101: Closing FAQ


“Let me get this straight…”

“Closing FAQ” published Jan 25, 2019

G-SYNC 101 has been around long enough now to have accumulated some frequently asked follow-up questions from readers, both in the comments sections here and in the Blur Busters Forums.

To avoid further confusion or repeat questions, I have compiled a selection of them below for easier access. This section may change and grow as time goes by, so check back here regularly for updates before asking your question.



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Evok99
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Evok99

I just purchased the new Viewsonic XG2431 that features the blurbusters 2.0 approval. I plan on setting up the PureXP+ tomorrow to play with Overwatch. I can max Overwatch out at about 340fps consistently. Do you have any recommendations in how to setup gsync and PureXP+ for the lowest framerate? Should i cap my frames to 237fps with gsync and vsync enable even though I can get a much higher frame rate?

Maybe I would be better off with a 360hz monitor and no light striving? Thank you. This is all new to me.

roro13200
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roro13200

hello I wanted to know in nvcp, the refresh rate we must put it on which option? app-controlled or higher? I have an asus and there is a trace free option that adds input lag?
thank you for your work!

blz
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blz

Hello,
I play at 250-290 fps on valorant/csgo, 190 fps on valorant on a MSI G24C monitor should I use freesync (gsync compatible) when my frame rate is way above my 144hz refreshrate? Will the added input lag be worth the lesser tearing?

reaxtic
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reaxtic

Hi,
best settings for low input lag is a Gsync + LLM + V-sync in NVCP?

rocky.gaoa
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rocky.gaoa

hi,you said
“In-game Settings:
Disable all available “Vertical Sync,” “V-SYNC,” “Double Buffer,” and “Triple Buffer” options.”

does it mean prohibit the V-Sync working finally?

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