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|ID||Project||Category||View Status||Date Submitted||Last Update|
|0001247||30XX Bugs||General||public||2021-03-02 00:56||2021-03-10 19:40|
|Platform||Steam||OS||Windows 10 Pro|
|Summary||0001247: Screen tearing with GSYNC on|
|Description||I've noticed strange framerate/tearing performance in fullscreen mode, and from what I can tell GSYNC doesn't seem to be working at all or fully. (RTX 3090/LGCX OLED/UHD) It might be my imagination but it does *seem* better with GSYNC on vs keeping it off.|
I've tried having the Nvidia control panel set to cap the frame rate at 117 to avoid hitting the panels 120Hz refresh rate just in case but no luck.
If I enable vsync it certainly clears up the tearing, but it'd be ideal to not have to do that.
I've tried running in Borderless mode but that caps the framerate at 60FPS for some reason.
|Steps To Reproduce||This is constantly reproducible in my setup but is best noticed when just falling down a long stretch of level|
|Additional Information||i7 8700k|
LG CX OLED set at UHD 120Hz
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