Hi there guys, For the Max Prerendered Frames setting in the Nvidia Control Panel, I read previously that lowering this can reduce input lag, but sometimes it may not be a good idea as it can mess with frametimes or result in a lower overall framerate (which I assume would cancel out/negate the benefit?). Should I just globally set this to 1 (the minimum) or is it preferable to leave this on the "Default" -> "Let the 3D application decide" setting? I would think that lower input lag is basically always gonna be a good thing, but I'm not sure if that's exactly how reducing this to 1 really works out. Thanks for your time, I appreciate it. For some context if it matters I recently acquired a 1080 Ti 8700K system w/ 1440p G-Sync monitor and I'm wondering if I should set the max prerendered frames count to the minimum (1) as that's what it was recommended to me to do in the past with my old computer where I often had to cap at 30 fps with Rivatuner. I would think the input lag reduction would still be valuable at higher framerates though, but I could be missing something(s).