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by RealNC
08 Oct 2020, 08:07
Forum: G-SYNC
Topic: G-sync Flicker Problem !
Replies: 3
Views: 814

Re: G-sync Flicker Problem !

pilgrimage wrote:
08 Oct 2020, 04:09
What is the LFC? How can I set the LFC interval?

If the G-sync range you are saying is LG49nano866 40-120hz VRR range.
In this case it means make sure you don't go near 40FPS. LFC will make the monitor jump from 40Hz to 80Hz. This can cause flicker with some monitors.
by RealNC
04 Oct 2020, 18:19
Forum: General — Displays, Graphics & More
Topic: The Official *Asus VG259QM* Owners Thread (+ Secret Overdrive)
Replies: 273
Views: 65107

Re: The Official *Asus VG259QM* Owners Thread (+ Secret Overdrive)

iceboy wrote:
04 Oct 2020, 14:28
This adds a significant lag for my gameplay even at 240hz.
How do you know this?
by RealNC
04 Oct 2020, 06:21
Forum: Eliminating Motion Blur — LightBoost / ULMB / ELMB / DyAc
Topic: Which VR HMDs have best low persistence mode?
Replies: 8
Views: 1192

Re: Which VR HMDs have best low persistence mode?

RedCloudFuneral wrote:
04 Oct 2020, 06:11
How do VR headsets deal with variable framerates in a technical sense? They don't have the ability to vary the speed they strobe like some ASUS monitors right?
No, they are fixed-refresh. I'm not aware of any VRR-capable headsets right now.
by RealNC
04 Oct 2020, 05:09
Forum: FreeSync
Topic: LFC kicking in earlier
Replies: 11
Views: 1652

Re: LFC kising in earlier

The refresh rate range only specifies the refresh rates the panel itself supports. LFC can be activated prior to reaching the lowest supported refresh rate. That's normal. It's beneficial to trigger FLC at higher FPS because it reduces ghosting in monitors that don't have variable overdrive, and it ...
by RealNC
02 Oct 2020, 20:35
Forum: General — Displays, Graphics & More
Topic: Omen x25 240 hz tearing
Replies: 14
Views: 1993

Re: Omen x25 240 hz tearing

I think it always looks the same maybe I'm wrong.100 hz with 100fps without g sync and 240 hz with 100 fps and g sync. Same, but maybe im wrong Yes, that's how it's supposed to be. 100FPS will have twice as much motion blur than 200FPS. However, when running 240Hz with g-sync you get better smoothn...
by RealNC
02 Oct 2020, 01:03
Forum: General — Displays, Graphics & More
Topic: 05/22/2020 UPDATE. The IPS 240hz monitor tier list.(I've measured/tried the all) and my honest explanation why.
Replies: 1119
Views: 262793

Re: 05/22/2020 UPDATE. The IPS 240hz monitor tier list.(I've measured/tried the all) and my honest explanation why.

At 240Hz with FreeSync/G-sync turned off, the ghosting/overdrive performance is the same regardless of the frame rate. when you're getting 60fps at 240Hz (with FreeSync/Gync off), the gameplay will just look extremely stuttery because of those duplicate frames. But with more motion blur, simply bec...
by RealNC
02 Oct 2020, 01:01
Forum: General — Displays, Graphics & More
Topic: Omen x25 240 hz tearing
Replies: 14
Views: 1993

Re: Omen x25 240 hz tearing

How can I check for blurring? I think it worked better before, I turned g sync on and off too often in nvcp, could it break because of this? No. Should there be less blur with g sync? It should be the same amount of blur as without g-sync. Can you test with 100Hz if the monitor supports that, and w...
by RealNC
01 Oct 2020, 22:47
Forum: General — Displays, Graphics & More
Topic: Omen x25 240 hz tearing
Replies: 14
Views: 1993

Re: Omen x25 240 hz tearing

Ziehesh wrote:
01 Oct 2020, 21:32
Is it normal that with g sink I get a blur when the fps is less than 120?
Lower FPS means more blur, but that should also be true without g-sync.

Have you tried changing the overdrive setting in the monitor's OSD? Also, is this the X 25 native g-sync model, or the X 25f g-sync compatible one?
by RealNC
01 Oct 2020, 19:39
Forum: General — Displays, Graphics & More
Topic: Omen x25 240 hz tearing
Replies: 14
Views: 1993

Re: Omen x25 240 hz tearing

If you don't use g-sync or vsync, you will get tearing. That's normal.
by RealNC
30 Sep 2020, 17:11
Forum: Offtopic Lounge
Topic: Dual monitor setup for coding (advice)
Replies: 2
Views: 580

Re: Dual monitor setup for coding (advice)

I think the Windows 10 2004 update has fixed something relating to running multiple high-Hz monitors. Have you upgraded to that yet?