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mycompsux

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Very basic questions here: Is it recommended that one should enable "sync ever frame" in a game such as Call of Duty. What is vertical sync's function? I usually keep it off. Does it enhance performance?

Edited by mycompsux, 16 July 2005 - 12:35 AM.

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operation ivy

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try googling..

http://www.google.ca...le Search&meta=
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yes, as a cod sever admin and avid cod player it is recomended to not sync every frame. it results with higher frame rates for the player.
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Question is does it look better with it on.
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Ive noticed less jagged edges on some textures with it on.... try lookin at the vents on the magnum gun on counterstrike source with it on n off... much smoother when enabled whereas the card has trouble smoothing the lines when its not activated.... i think so anyway.
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No, its a useless feature. Just kills your FPS. I wouldnt use it unless your getting 100+ fps without it.
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