Yes, it also happens if V-Sync is on in the NVCP, but since it's a 100Hz panel that I have and Dishonored 2 has a 120 FPS limit, I had to disable it to go beyond that.RealNC wrote:Out of curiosity, does the same happen if you set vsync to on in nvcp? Does then toggling in-game vsync off/on result in the FPS lock/unlock?
Also, have you tested without g-sync? Disable g-sync, run in 144Hz mode. Does enabling in-game vsync do the same thing?
However I have since disconnected the G-sync display and connected up my previous 60Hz display, and it's also working there too - so long as I disable V-Sync in the NVCP.
I swear that didn't work before, but it seems to be working now.
So perhaps that behavior is not exclusive to G-Sync, but it is a reason to enable in-game V-Sync for some games, when using a G-Sync display.