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A question about Bojote's Tweaking

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Hello gentlemen!!! I have a question. I'll try to eliminate my old tweaked fsx.cfg and renove it. Ok, i have a doubt in Bojote's web. What is the Vsync fix??? I must activate it or no?


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Yes you should activate it. Also if you use Nvidia Nhancer or Nvidia Inspector you should use the setting to force Vsync ON. Mark.
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Yes you should activate it. Also if you use Nvidia Nhancer or Nvidia Inspector you should use the setting to force Vsync ON. Mark.
Could you tell me why?

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Yes you should activate it. Also if you use Nvidia Nhancer or Nvidia Inspector you should use the setting to force Vsync ON. Mark.
Mark, that's a very sweeping generalization. Most folks should leave Vsync off, as it can kill frame rates and produce nasty stutters. A GTX 480 should handle it, but others with weaker cards beware. I tested both ways and decided off was best for me, I get minimal tearing anyway.

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I have that tweak active in my cfg file and with nvidia inspector I have vsync to application controlled, I don't if it increases fps but its a more fluid motion with my trackir.


 

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Yes you should activate it. Also if you use Nvidia Nhancer or Nvidia Inspector you should use the setting to force Vsync ON. Mark.
As far as i know, you don't need to force it in Nhancer or Inspector if you set it in fsx.cfg... juste leave "application controlled"... kind of weird to activate it both ways
I have that tweak active in my cfg file and with nvidia inspector I have vsync to application controlled, I don't if it increases fps but its a more fluid motion with my trackir.
it definitely won't increase your FPS (quite the opposite actually, see here) but yes, it will look smoother (if your FPS don't decrease too much of course)

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