How to get 30 fps console?

Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce Drivers Section' started by fernake, Apr 20, 2020.

  1. Smough

    Smough Master Guru

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    This is actually quite a valid point.
     
  2. enkoo1

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    How about you calm down and provide proof.
     
  3. SatsuiNoHado

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    Yes..That is a Total LIE ! You don’t need any G-sync Marketing Monitor, simply because it works behind a software algorithm part that is included in the drivers, but this is something that Nvidia will never tell you.

    G-sync Module is actually a kind of DRM component protection. NVIDIA actually uses the same Adaptive-Sync Process that VESA communicated a few years ago. Adaptive-Sync is actually possible on every external DP 1.2 monitor and eDP equipped laptops
     
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    Astyanax Ancient Guru

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    Misinformation.
     

  5. Shadowdane

    Shadowdane Maha Guru

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    Have you tried the new functionality in the RTSS beta??

    Back Edge Sync for the FPS limiter works a lot better when I tried it with a 60Hz monitor and limited to 30fps. Felt pretty much the same as console when I tried it for RDR2 as long as I turned on Motion Blur!!
    I left the tooltip in the pic as it details what the 3 different frame limiting modes do.

    Front Edge sync would been the cleanest as far as frame timings go but it added even more input latency so isn't usually a good idea for lower framerates.

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    No, but I'm eager to try it. Where is it? :p I can never find these test releases people speak of :-\

    I think front-edge's problems can be solved with a waitable swapchain. Cause it's mostly the design I use, and I've got 2-3 frames less latency than RTSS does in most D3D11/12 games. RTSS frametimes are now just as stable as SK's are, if we can bridge the gap with the swapchain, then it'll be nirvana :)
     
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    That's interesting
    Where can i find that update? I can't find it anywhere
     
  8. enkoo1

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    You can find test builds here: https://forums.guru3d.com/threads/rtss-6-7-0-beta-1.412822/page-138
    Scroll down the download link is right there.
     

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