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- I didn't know you recorded gameplay for Polygon.
The Aim Gods Took a Break
- holy **** dude lol
- I usually never notice. Some games are unplayable with V-Sync,…
- Why use V-Sync? ***** gross.
It prevents screen-tearing. I usually turn it off, but in some games it's basically required, like GTA V.
I usually never notice. Some games are unplayable with V-Sync, like CSGO. ya boi needs 300fps u feel me fam frfr
V-Sync just makes the game stutter af for me for some reason, so i have it off for more smoothness, kind of ironic
That's kinda strange. All I know is I turned it off (I can get about 80fps at low settings) and suddenly it started tearing like crazy. Never again, man.
I never actually experienced tearing but thats because i never can run higher than 60
jk but in games that do run at 100+ fps i dont actually see any tearing, or i just dont notice it at all, it really did not see any tearing ever, maybe im just lucky, or blind?
Nah, some games just don't seem to have it. I can run Borderlands at 120fps or CS:GO at 200fps and never experienced any tearing in those games. In fact, GTA V is one of the only games I HAVE experienced screen tearing in.
I know it's where the bottom and top half of your screen becomes out of sync, because your monitor refreshes top-to-bottom, typically at a rate of 60Hz or 144Hz, but as to why some games experience this and some don't, I have no idea.
Wish that was the stuff they were teaching me me in college.
Technically it should happen in every game, though.
Frames are still frames.
its exacerbated with eyefinity
iirc it was like
- Dark Souls 3 / Old School Runescape
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