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PaoloA

Possible solution for microstutters?

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Maybe this upcoming driver update will make microstutters in fsx belong to the past?http://forums.nvidia.com/index.php?showtopic=201570&view=findpost&p=1289441 Nvidia is apparently working on a FPS limiter in their new drivers. This could be of much importance to small microstutters in FSX (choppy / jerky movements in a milisecond) because when the fps is limited to exactly 30 fps (and not 29 or 31 as in fps_limiter or antilag) the GPU is more in sync with the refreshrate of the moniter, hence less microstutters. Let's hope the driver update will be released soon!


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