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Its just physically not local, about 40 miles away from me. I've basically setup a desktop & G-sync monitor for someone with a huge steam library that lives in a different town. From the feedback I've gotten and what I can see in teamviewer everything looks great so far, but there are many titles le...
This pc will have a wide variety of games installed including wow. Sounds like keeping windowed & fullscreen enabled may be the best option for now, its just hard to monitor since the computer is not local. I'll have to check up on it over time
I've know that true fullscreen is preferred when using G-sync. Is running with “Enable G-SYNC for windowed and full screen mode” giving people problems on the current driver and version of windows10? Sounds ideal for for games that don't have a true fullscreen mode but I dont have any first hand exp...
First game I tested with RTSS & simultaneous in-game cap was Diablo3 (as described in op), and they did not cooperate Guess I will have to make profiles if RTSS causes grief with some apps like you say.
My thinking is the penalty for using RTSS (vs the game engine) wouldn't kick in if the frame rate never reaches 142+, but If this is not the case I will unlock everything and leave RTSS on
Setting up a g sync monitor for someone else. Is there any reason I shouldn't have RTSS set to a global 142 cap and use in game engine to say 138 where possible? This machine already has a few games without functional in-game limiters and I've just built it.