The nvidia limiter enables adaptive vsync (even if you've set vsync to off), and caps the frame rate slighty above your vsync rate, so if you use that limiter, you get vsync. So no surprise there.jorimt wrote:It also shows that Nvidia Inspector's fps limiter is adding up to 3 frames of additional latency (!!!).
I still have no clue what nvidia is trying to do with that limiter... It's complete nonsense.
So basically, he didn't test anything actually usefulUnfortunately, he didn't test G-Sync + V-Sync on + an in-game fps cap, he didn't test RTSS for latency, and he only tested the cap at 142 fps.