Adaptive-Sync vs MPRT

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Ittara
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Adaptive-Sync vs MPRT

Post by Ittara » 20 May 2024, 09:46

Hey guys, I bought a HP x27 1080p 27" monitor and I'm in doubts if I should go for Adaptive-Sync or MPRT

I tried playing CS2 with both and felt adaptive sync was better? When I tried MPRT even though the game didn't go lower than my refresh rate (165hz) felt it was laggy?

Specs:
- i5-12600k
- RTX 3070
- 16GB DDR4 3600mhz
- Z690m DS3H
- HP x27 1080p 27" 165hz monitor 1
- PHL 272G5DY 27" 144hz monitor 2 (doesn't work at 144hz I don't know why so I just keep it at 90hz but I recently connected it to my iGPU so it only goes up to 60hz)

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Re: Adaptive-Sync vs MPRT

Post by RealNC » 20 May 2024, 12:04

Strobing does increase latency a bit, but not much. It's usually somewhere between 2 and 5ms, depending on refresh rate and the specific monitor.

Are you using vsync OFF?
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Re: Adaptive-Sync vs MPRT

Post by Ittara » 20 May 2024, 12:27

RealNC wrote:
20 May 2024, 12:04
Strobing does increase latency a bit, but not much. It's usually somewhere between 2 and 5ms, depending on refresh rate and the specific monitor.

Are you using vsync OFF?
With Adaptive-Sync I followed G-Sync 101 Guide from BlurBusters
With MPRT I disabled everything

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