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For the op, this is the video.

Might help. 

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Just did a flight from Flightbeam KSFO to KAUS in the NGX with settings as -

NVI limiter - 28.5

p3d limiter - unlimited

Gsync- Off

Vsync - off

TB - off. 

It went well, approx 25FPS at SFO (it was a night flight so DL was in use as well) and then max frames to the limiter the rest of the of way. Nice and smooth as well. Need to do another test flight in the day to see if any blurries

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OMG. G sync with P3D would be used to eliminate tearing in the danger zone... 30 to 60 fps.

You would use a fps limiter if you had a 144 as those extra frames are a waste of GPU effort.

Set external limiter to 60, and G sync would enable smooth, tear free gameplay between 30 and 60..... which is exactly why you use it in the first place.

The vast majority of people have their settings way too high and are happy with 30 fps locked. So why gave an expensive G sync monitor ?

Sensible approach is to reduce settings, enjoy 60 fps smoothness, and rely on G sync when it drops below 60, at airports or in heavy weather.

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And why exactly did you dig out this old post? To write "OMG"? No comment...


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Because I hate all this misinformation.

"I use half refresh rate ...  AND use a limiter ....  It works !"

No.... Only the latter works. The limiter is limiting... Not the half refresh rate  which does not work in a windowed app.

OMG !

And it's hardly an old thread if you are running P3D and just bought an OLED that supports G sync and runs at 120 Hz.

It's actually on point !

Hardware now actually lets you run P3D at over 30 fps.... it didn't 2 years ago.

So it's more relevant now, than ever before. With a 2080Ti you can aim for 60.... Lock at 60 and G sync gives you smooth visuals between 40 and 60.

OK ?

 

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I set my external limiter to 58.

 In NCP: I set  G sync Enabled,

In P3DV5: set VSync &. TB off.

My Asus ROG (GSync) monitor set at 60Hz.

I run  P3DV5 HF2  smooth & tear free , between approx 30-58 FPS. 
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I set unlimited in the sim.

Use FFTF Dynamic to manage the scenery processing timeslice allocation.

Set VSync  and TB on in the sim.

And chosse a screen mode with a Hz rate that will equal the ability of P3Ds FPS output.

Usually that's 30 hz, however depending on the flying area the Hz can be 50 or 60.

Result: a P3D frame rate sync'd with the Hz rate and super smooth output.

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17 hours ago, Jac_49 said:

I set my external limiter to 58.

 In NCP: I set  G sync Enabled,

In P3DV5: set VSync &. TB off.

My Asus ROG (GSync) monitor set at 60Hz.

I run  P3DV5 HF2  smooth & tear free , between approx 30-58 FPS. 
Specs see  my sign

 

Hi. So why 58 and not 60, as a matter of great interest ?

 

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3 hours ago, Gabe777 said:

Hi. So why 58 and not 60, as a matter of great interest ?

 

because the monitor frequency is not exactly 60 Hz, in my case the monitor frequency is 59.56 Hz.  GSync tries with a setting of 60 Hz to reach that frequency of 60 Hz, which is therefore not possible, if you set the frequency 2Hz lower, it will succeed

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I see. Brilliant. Thnx. Getting LG OLED and RTX card soon. Can't wait to try G sync.

Will bookmark this post.

Cheers 😀

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5 minutes ago, Gabe777 said:

I see. Brilliant. Thnx. Getting LG OKED and RTX card soon. Can't wait to try G sync.

Will bookmark this post.

Cheers 😀

no thanks, with my pc in combination with the P3dV5 HF2 settings,  GSync works great for me.  Enjoy your new RTX and LG

👍


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