Hi there guys, In games like Overwatch (iirc WoW also has a setting like this as do several other games I've played), there is a setting called "Reduce Buffering" or some such similar name in other titles. My understanding (correct me I'm wrong) is that this sets the "Max Prerendered Frames" value from the Nvidia control panel (Flipqueue in AMD iirc) to 1 (the minimum available value is my understanding). I've done a decent amount of experimenting with this setting -- have tried forcing it to 1 or 2 globally in the past, but what I observed was that it was common to experience a lot of noticeable framerate hitching and stutter when I changed this from "Let the 3D Application decide" (the default) to 1. And that's with an 8700K + 1080 Ti @ stock clocks. Some games (like DOOM 2016) appeared to work fine though for the most part -- even with this forced to 1. In any case, my experience there led me to default this value to "Let the 3D application decide" or 1 while capping fps to only what's achievable since I just can't bear the hitching that I would often get with this at a low value and an unlocked framerate (unfortunately even at the default setting hitching still occasionally occurs, but seemingly less often and usually only when a "checkpoint" / new area is pulled in -- that sort of thing -- still drives me nuts when it happens though, but I digress...) For games like Overwatch that do have a setting like this in their menu, I expect that it's notable it does not default to being enabled. If it was recommended, then my expectation would be it would be ON by default, but it isn't. Anyway, I guess I'm wondering what all the pros and cons of turning this setting on vs off would be and if it's "worth it" considering that the control panel variant has often resulted in discernible framerate hitching for me. Or, is it that games that natively give users the option like Overwatch are properly coded to play nice with this flipqueue value while forcing it in the control panel means you'll inevitably get games that don't support it correctly? Thanks for your time, I really appreciate it.