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Darawnal

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A member registered Nov 13, 2016

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Righto, the problem might be with the refresh rate of the monitor itself. I tested out with setting down the monitor Hz values, messing around with Nvidia Control Panel settings and here's what I found out:
- G-sync on, V-sync off, Letting the application control the frame rate = 2000-3000+ FPS
- G-sync off, V-sync off, Letting the application control the frame rate = 2000-3000+ FPS
- G-sync off, V-sync on, Letting the application control the frame rate = ~144FPS
- G-sync off, V-sync on, Letting the application control the frame rate, changed monitor Hz down to 60 = ~60FPS

Video card = GTX 1070Ti, CPU = i7-6700k
I'll DM the video to you.

Win 10 Home 64bit

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Is there a way to limit FPS from the settings.conf file? Having 3000+ FPS means the game is sped up real bad, making it unplayable. I don't know if the issue is particularly in the game code itself or if 144hz monitor is doing this.