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Do you have a Nvidia PASCAL card? You need to try this...

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Hi guys!

 

If you don't have a 30Hz capable monitor, you need to try.

 

Just discovered a level of smoothness that is incredible in P3D! 100% stutter or micro stutter free...and hope you test it and comment.

 

You need a Nvidia Series 10 card (PASCAL).

 

- Limit to 30.5 FPS in NI

- Put the Fast Sync option in Vsync in NI

- Unlimited FPS, Vsync and TB off in P3D.

 

No more, only max power in NCP. AM=85 for me.

 

I have my screen at 60Hz, but i think it can work at upper RR.

 

For me, this is the best combination and gives me a complete stutter or micro stutter free in P3D V3, is incredible!

 

Test and comment please...

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Why do I need a Pascal GPU for this?

Spirit

I think FastSync is a exclusive Pascal option.

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I think FastSync is a exclusive Pascal option.

I've a GTX 980 and have this option too!

Spirit

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I've a GTX 980 and have this option too!

Spirit

So my bad. Thanks you! I'll edit the post.

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I've a GTX 980 and have this option too!

Spirit

 

You will see it in Nvidia inspector, but Fast Sync is a Pascal exclusive feature. 

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You will see it in Nvidia inspector, but Fast Sync is a Pascal exclusive feature. 

 

So is correct. Thanks you!

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Not sure fast sync is doing anything for you, its for when your gpu is running over the speed of your monitors refresh, it drops frames so you get an effective frame cap without the lag associated with vsync at the cap. dont think theres any difference with normal vsync below the monitors refresh rate.

 

oh and 

 

 

Fast Sync is supported on Pascal and Maxwell GPUs including the Geforce GTX 1080 and GeForce GTX 1070 and GeForce GTX 1060.  Users can enable Fast Sync globally or on a per game basis through the NVIDIA Control Panel.  Simply navigate to the Manage 3D settings section and enable Fast Sync through the Vertial sync drop down.  

 

works on maxwell.

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Hi guys!

 

If you don't have a 30Hz capable monitor, you need to try.

 

Just discovered a level of smoothness that is incredible in P3D! 100% stutter or micro stutter free...and hope you test it and comment.

 

You need a Nvidia Series 10 card (PASCAL).

 

- Limit to 30.5 FPS in NI

- Put the Fast Sync option in Vsync in NI

- Unlimited FPS, Vsync and TB off in P3D.

 

No more, only max power in NCP. AM=85 for me.

 

I have my screen at 60Hz, but i think it can work at upper RR.

 

For me, this is the best combination and gives me a complete stutter or micro stutter free in P3D V3, is incredible!

 

Test and comment please...

 

I dont find Fastsync in NI. I have GTX 1080...

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you can select it in the nv control panel. under vertical sync, select 'fast'

 

but then don't as like i said, don't think there's a difference unless you get over your monitors refresh ;)

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My experience is that the DXTory limiter gives a more constant framerate than the NVI limiter....

But that was before Fast Sync was added.

 

Regarding Fast Sync :

"On 17-5-2016 at 8:24 PM, Maudima said:

In which scenarios is Fast Sync beneficial? Is this a new type of triple buffering?

 

this is beneficial to games that render at higher framerate than your monitor and you want as low latency as you get but you don't want tearing

VSync ON gets rid of tearing but adds latency

VSync OFF gets rid of the latency problem but adds tearing

the middle ground is FastSync - adds some latency for no tearing."

 

Reading the above it seams to me that Fast Sync + Limiter is not the right combo..

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You will see it in Nvidia inspector, but Fast Sync is a Pascal exclusive feature. 

That's not correct and one can see and change it in nVidia Control Panel too. I tried it and it works also with my GTX 980.

Spirit

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Sounds interesting.. sure hope Rob can provide some input as everyone else seems to disagree with ... well, everyone else 

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So is placebo? I had a very smooth sim putring Vsync at App Controled, 30.5FPS in NI and 31 in P3D. But tested with FastSync, 30.5 in NI and Unlimited in P3D and i think is more smooth.

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placebo or not, if you think it works, then it works!


My experience is that the DXTory limiter gives a more constant framerate than the NVI limiter....
But that was before Fast Sync was added.

Regarding Fast Sync :
"On 17-5-2016 at 8:24 PM, Maudima said:
In which scenarios is Fast Sync beneficial? Is this a new type of triple buffering?

this is beneficial to games that render at higher framerate than your monitor and you want as low latency as you get but you don't want tearing
VSync ON gets rid of tearing but adds latency
VSync OFF gets rid of the latency problem but adds tearing
the middle ground is FastSync - adds some latency for no tearing."

Reading the above it seams to me that Fast Sync + Limiter is not the right combo..

fast sync and vsync (i think) should have the same latency below the refresh rate of your display. and it certainly wont be noticeable in p3d.

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"The Fast option is currently only available under the Vertical Sync setting in the Nvidia Control Panel for GTX 1080 and 1070 GPUs, but can also be enabled for the GTX 600 series and above using Nvidia Inspector as covered here."

 

So, it's available for the GTX 980, but only through NI (not Control Panel). However, based on the tweakguide explanation, is of no value with FSX due to the slow frame rate.

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So, it's available for the GTX 980, but only through NI (not Control Panel).

Not correct. It's available also with the Control Panel.

Spirit

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Guys,

 

I cant find the Fast Sync option in NI. What am i missing. I'm using a 1080 card.

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Guys,

 

I cant find the Fast Sync option in NI. What am i missing. I'm using a 1080 card.

what version of NI you have?

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Not working herr with 373.05 and latest NI 1.9.7.7, huuuge lag between my inputs and screen.

Gtx1060 6gb here.

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