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Hey guys,

I'm having a new issue I've never had before and it's frustrating. I get bad screen tearing whenever I have Frame Generation turned on. It doesn't matter if I have VSYNC on in the Nvidia control panel or in game, or any VSYNC setting. I also have a Freesync monitor and latest graphics driver. The weird thing is like I said before, I only recently started having this issue. And the only way I've found to make it stop is if I do windows key + G to bring up the gamebar and then lock the FPS counter (or any other screen) to the screen and get back into MSFS. Then there is no more tearing. Any ideas? 

/ CPU: Intel i7-9700K @4.9 / RAM: 32GB G.Skill 3200 / GPU: RTX 4080 16GB /

RW Freight Pilot

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I was getting tearing as well with my 4090. What stopped it for me was in NVIDIA control panel, setting setting my monitor to fixed refresh rate, limiting frames at 57 (for my 60HZ TVs) and turning VSYNC on in there.

In MSFS i leave VSYNC off.

That stopped it for me. That said, I get some weird artifacts on screen sometimes when using FG so don't usually turn it on unless I'm flying into a complex airport with lots of AI. It also annoys me that on my triple monitor setup only the main screen gets FG...the two side ones don't....

Kael Oswald

7950X3D / 64GB DDR5 6000 @ CL30 / Custom Water Loop / RTX 4090 / 3 x 50" 4K LCD TVs

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