Evan wrote:Only if you are gaming then the forced V-sync can limit the FPS to around 30 to 40 fps but 60fps media still plays at full speed.
I'm not talking about refresh rate limiting FPS because of vsync. I'm talking about general performance loss just by enabling 'ForceFullCompositionPipeline' option. You can read about this here
Evan wrote:Funny how we all get different results with Nvidia cards because for me, nouveau drivers = fuzzy text , screen tearing both with scrolling firefox and playing video and screen shudder when min /maxing backgrounds. Nvidia Pipeline = clear sharp text , no tearing with any of the above at any screen size.
Maybe you didn't try 'smooth scroll' of Opera browser
Serious, 'ForceFullCompositionPipeline' helps removing some tearing, but it doesn't fix all of it and what's worst: it introduces stutter. Try to watch this video
at 1080p@60FPS in full screen with 'stats for nerds' and check how many frames are dropped. With my GTX 650 Ti using 'ForceFullCompositionPipeline' it was terrible
Thanks , I think i might need someone to hold my hand until i build my first module.
The first time is very scary, I can understand you, hahaha! But believe me, you'll get it very quickly; you just need to try