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    Question Help Wanted: Screen Tearing and max gpu usage!

    My 1080p Dell monitor has 60hz refresh rate and most of the games I play gives a massive to moderate level screen tearing. I need your expert opinion on screen tearing and how to reduce it without switching to expensive monitors with g-sync or 1440p.

    I came across some articles and found turning off vsync from games and turning on Nvidia 'Adaptive V-sync' from Nvidia control panel helps a little. What do you guys think?

    Also in most of the newer AAA games, my gpu hits maximum 60% usage only with very high/ultra settings (except Crisis 3). Does that mean I need to crank up the settings even more?

    Thanks in advance!
    Last edited by Billybuoy; September 4th, 2017 at 19:07.

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    Just use Vsync? A 1070 can easily push over 60 fps in most games at 1080p so you are suffering from screen tearing.

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    Could you please give the monitor model here ? I think its the ms time which is a normal case for most of the dell monitors makes such delays in game and i don't think without changing monitor anything will help you on this

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    Quote Originally Posted by sensei View Post
    Could you please give the monitor model here ? I think its the ms time which is a normal case for most of the dell monitors makes such delays in game and i don't think without changing monitor anything will help you on this
    Response Time beshi hoile ghosting hoi, screen tearing na.

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    If the games can manage 60 FPS all the time:

    *VSync: Force On via Nvidia drivers.
    *Tripple Buffer: (If the game has double buffering Vsync, you may try forcing TB from NVCP. Else use Adaptive Vsync).

    *Max Pre Rendered Frame: 1 (Use 3 if game feels unsmooth).

    Lock Frame Rate to 60 FPS using RTSS.

    ^That way you will have less input lag with Vsync.


    If game struggles to keep 60 FPS:

    *Force Adaptive Vsync On via drivers.
    *Max Pre Rendered frames: 1

    ^ Cannot lock FPS using RTSS to 60 cause there will screen tears. You may lock F0S to 65.

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    Just turn vsync on in game settings. Tearing will disappear. If fps drops below sometimes then use adaptive vsync u mentioned. I personally use adaptive vsync. It helps when fps drops below 60

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