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How can i prevent those streaks or waves on my screen when in window mode and looking about? I have added these lines to my fsx.cfg

 

 

ForceFullScreenVSync=True

ForceVSync=True

 

 

And set NI to force on

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could my monitor have g sync?

 

How could we know - it's your monitor

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If its the monitor listed in your hardware profile (Asus VG248QE), then no it does not have G-SYNC.

 

Here is a selection of G-SYNC compatible monitors on the market at the moment, ignore the ones marked AMD Free-Sync.

 

https://www.overclockers.co.uk/productlist.php?catid=948&groupid=17&sortby=priceAsc

 

http://www.scan.co.uk/shop/computer-hardware/all/monitors-tvs/monitors-nvidia-g-sync

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is G-SYNC beneficial to FSX

 

Quick answer: Not likely.  From what I understand, the benefits of G-Sync drop off dramatically if you can't maintain a high minimum framerate. I've read varying topics about this subject and it was several weeks ago so I don't recall the exact details, but it sounds like either 40 fps or 60 fps is pretty much required.  Below that, I believe there were serious issues that start to develop.

 

So unless you can maintain a very, very high FPS in FSX, I don't think it's something to invest in.

 

P3D however, might end up being different.  There's a few power users with bleeding edge hardware in that forum that are able to take advantage of P3D's developing ability to actually utilize graphics cards; I was reading something about SLI support very recently.

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