Optimal settings for modern warfare?

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charbel1011
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Optimal settings for modern warfare?

Post by charbel1011 » 12 Jan 2020, 11:41

i know the ideal settings for best g sync experience and low latency is v sync on and g sync on in nvc with latency mode on and fps cap -3 under your monitor hz. But some reason if use rtss to cap my fps in modern warfare is get unsmoothness. And if i use the in game limiter its broken. And nvidia limiter makes me lag in this game too. What are my options?

mbm
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Re: Optimal settings for modern warfare?

Post by mbm » 24 Jan 2020, 07:08

I use Vsync on, Gsync on, cap frames to 138 in NVCP.

Runs perfect.

forii
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Re: Optimal settings for modern warfare?

Post by forii » 29 Jan 2020, 18:46

mbm wrote:
24 Jan 2020, 07:08
I use Vsync on, Gsync on, cap frames to 138 in NVCP.

Runs perfect.
I heard capping fps in NVCP gives you 2 frames slower, RTSS only 1 fps slower.

Sadly, fps limiter in game doesnt work as it should.

forii
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Re: Optimal settings for modern warfare?

Post by forii » 29 Jan 2020, 18:50

Also Im not sure we can use Ultra Low latency feature, because COD MW is dx12 game, anyone can confirm? :shock:
"Low Latency Mode* Settings:

*This setting is not currently supported in DX12 or Vulkan.

If an in-game or config file FPS limiter is not available, RTSS is prohibited from running, a manual framerate limit is not required, and framerate exceeds refresh rate:
Set “Low Latency Mode” to “Ultra” in the Nvidia Control Panel. When combined with G-SYNC + V-SYNC, this setting will automatically limit the framerate to ~59 FPS @60Hz, ~97 FPS @100Hz, ~116 FPS @120Hz, ~138 FPS @144Hz, ~224 FPS @240Hz, etc.
If an in-game or config file FPS limiter, and/or RTSS FPS limiter is available, or Nvidia’s “Max Frame Rate” limiter is in use, and framerate does not always reach or exceed refresh rate:
or.
Set “Low Latency Mode” to “On.” Unlike “Ultra,” this will not automatically limit the framerate, but like “Ultra,” “On” (in supported games that do not already have an internal pre-rendered frames queue of “1”) will reduce the pre-rendered frames queue in GPU-bound situations where the framerate falls below the set (in-game, RTSS, or Nvidia “Max Frame Rate”) FPS limit.""

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