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time response, its not 1 ms with Asus PG 258 ~~

Postby coyotewolf6 » 31 Aug 2019, 07:14

hey dears
:D I have spent time to fix my monitor Asus PG258 g sync " 240 hz>> (time response, its not 1 ms) ,but here i'am looking for gentlemen help me with this issue, as known the Asus pg 258 its 1 ms but in fortnite i see using RTSS ,its about or more of 4.2 Ms with 237 caped fps , apex 9.3 Ms uncapped fps 109 (image linked down)

i have used g sync on and off same with vsync on and off, but still same ! , what should i do my dears ^^

my PC specification is :
CPU I9 9900k , adaptive overclocking 5.00
GPU rtx 2070
RAm 16 GB
only 1 screen pg 258 G snyn = Scenery mode

fortnite capped fps
Image



apex uncapped fps
Image

regards :oops:
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Re: time response, its not 1 ms with Asus PG 258 ~~

Postby Rowdy » 31 Aug 2019, 08:02

The linked images don't work for me. But I can clarify your problem anyway.

I'm pretty sure that you confuse response time and frame latency here. What you see in Fortnite and other games is just the time it takes to render your frames, nothing affected by your monitor.

To improve the Monitor's response time you need to check the On-Screen-Display of your Monitor and look for Overdrive settings. If you want to improve the frame latency you saw with RTSS you will need to have higher FPS, ideally 240 with your Monitor.

Hope this helps! ;)
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Re: time response, its not 1 ms with Asus PG 258 ~~

Postby coyotewolf6 » 31 Aug 2019, 08:31

thanks for correction bro , and stopping by
i capped fortnite with 237 ,apex un capped and they are still same latency ^^
how to fix this with steps lol ^^ :?

regards..
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Re: time response, its not 1 ms with Asus PG 258 ~~

Postby jorimt » 31 Aug 2019, 10:15

^ @coyotewolf6, you're confusing "frametime" with pixel response time (GtG: gray-to-gray transitions).

240 FPS has a frametime of 4.2ms. 1ms frametime would be 1000 FPS.

The "1ms" number you speak of is your monitor's reported average GtG, which is how fast pixels transition from one shade and/or color to the other. This number only has an effect on the native motion blur of your monitor, and, as "Rowdy" stated, is adjustable via the overdrive presets in your monitor's OSD.

It has nothing to do with frametime, which is what you're RTSS readout is showing.
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Re: time response, its not 1 ms with Asus PG 258 ~~

Postby coyotewolf6 » 31 Aug 2019, 12:28

thanks for you and Rowdy ,
i have learned from u so much
Do you mean i should unlimited the frame rate time , put the resolution lower , and in monitor OD in normal ? will help to get G2G 1ms
will i get input lag if i do it ?

learning from u dears :? :? xx

:oops: :oops: :roll: don't be mad if i did not get it well .
will this help
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Postby jorimt » 31 Aug 2019, 12:45

coyotewolf6,

monitor OD = GtG 1ms
RTSS = frametime

They are two separate numbers. RTSS isn't showing you GtG readout, it's showing you frametime readout.
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Re: time response, its not 1 ms with Asus PG 258 ~~

Postby coyotewolf6 » 31 Aug 2019, 13:08

THANKS BRO
you already added in my knowledge
my concern was to play with best performance , no delay from GPU or CPU specially fortnite and apex bcz i feel not smooth in game as u know the game status : 1v1

you bro are joined form long time here , any topics that can be use full that i might did not noticed here .

at the end well done dears both of u are gentlemen
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Postby jorimt » 31 Aug 2019, 13:43

If you want the absolute lowest delay, G-SYNC OFF, V-SYNC OFF, uncapped framerate, and lowest in-game graphics settings for highest possible framerate.

You could also experiment with max pre-rendered frames in the Nvidia control panel, which is now called "Low Latency Mode." Try "On" or "Ultra."
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Postby coyotewolf6 » 01 Sep 2019, 11:33

thanks man
you made my day x

monitor technology should be gsny or ULMB , fixed refresh ?
:lol: :lol:
i really felt the different and smoothness ,
wish u the best ,
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Postby jorimt » 01 Sep 2019, 12:38

Fixed Refresh Rate.
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