Hello ChiefChief Blur Buster wrote: ↑14 Mar 2020, 18:10That's why it's good to have a 240Hz or 280Hz monitor even when gaming at only 90 or 100 frames per second; it delightfully lowers input latency of low frame rates if you use G-SYNC or FreeSync.
You can use as much capping headroom as you wish.
For G-SYNC and FreeSync, using caps-far-below-Hz to stabilize a crazily-fluctuating frame rate:
1. Always use highest Hz
2. Then use a frame rate cap that equals your approximate average frame rate.
I like what you have said, but Im still confused because there is so much other configuration to choose. And I really looking for that one - the best one for my case
If I understood you correctly it is good to have highest HZ turned on, but what about if our monitor isnt that great at highest possible Hz?
Im talking here about 240hz (asus vg259qm) which can be overlocked to 280hz, but in this case with overdrive at 80, this 280hz isnt that stable (overshoots) than 240hz, also it gives more response time than default 240hz.
That is why I read it is good to use lower overdrive (60) if we have 120-200 fps., and with overdrive + 280hz this is more stable, but still response time is higher, so idk if I should or not use 280hz, here is the link
https://www.tftcentral.co.uk/reviews/as ... onse_times
So I should use 280hz and use overdrive to 60? (IF I have avg 160 - that should be right)"Optimal Overdrive Setting for VRR
60 - 120Hz = 40
120 - 200Hz = 60
200 - 280Hz = 80"
I play Call of Duty Modern Warfare (WARZONE) and I have avg FPS = 160.
I always play competive in every game
That means I should lock my fps in game to 160 fps, just to have stable framerate? but do I keep 240 or 280 hz?
Also I can't decide If I should use g-sync/free sync or not, same with NULL (nvidia ultra low latency).
First version based on what you said it is best to:
1) G-sync/free sync [ON] + Highest HZ (280hz) + cap fps to avg in game + NULL OFF? ON? ULTRA?
What about using higher Hz without g-sync/free sync?
2) G sync/free sync [OFF] + 280HZ? + cap fps just to keep GPU load under 95% + NULL OFF or ON? or Ultra?
If it comes to NULL is it true that it helps to provide more fps? so it's good to use it off, to get as much fps as we can, esspecialy for 240hz?
+ I heard it doesnt give much if we have more than 120 fps
I will not ask if use ELMB on /or /off because that would be too much