11 March 2016 - Forum Rules
Started by Sliver X, December 22, 2019, 01:08:34 PM
QuoteFixed rate or just not LCD 60Hz and lower?
QuoteAnyway I have never been overly impressed with high frame rate content, indeed I think I would rather have 4K than that and such things are mostly only any use if I am being a sniper in a game that can do the distance, playing a RTS that foolishly allows such a view size or doing something productive with video, CAD or spreadsheets.
Quote from: Sliver X on December 22, 2019, 01:52:03 PM"Fixed Rate" as in exactly what it sounds like: The refresh rate is the same during the entire time you're doing whatever it is you're doing. The essence of G-SYNC/FreeSync is that the refresh rate *changes* (VRR) to match the GPU's output, and it can hit values between integers like 60Hz, 75Hz, etc.That's great, but this doesn't really have all that much to do with high frame rates, rather variable refresh rates (You could have a FreeSync monitor with a max of 10Hz and it would still work, just not, you know, above 10Hz). And you could get a 4K display that supports VRR too, if that's your thing.And how exactly were my examples of emulating 2D consoles related to your last three examples? As far as the latter goes, I can now move spreadsheets or any CAD/whatever windows around my desktop with absolutely no tearing now too.I also forgot to mention that this also has an effect of decreasing input lag from controller presses in games, though it's fairly subtle.
Quote from: Sliver X on December 22, 2019, 08:53:32 PMWindows:Hit WIN+R and type this in the run dialog: control.exe desk.cpl,Settings,@SettingsSelect "Advanced Settings", then select "Show All Modes" on the window that popped up.
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