Widescreen Gaming Forum View topic Tera FOV fix and framerate unlock
As 003 said v-sync introduces a ton of input lag, which may appear or feel like messing with the accel. AFAIK there is no solution, simply keep it turned off – I wouldn’t use it for any FPS’er. Just when i move the mouse a lot or turn a quick 180 move i might see it a bit more blurry.. I can’t really see differences between vsync on and off.. Vsync is a technology promoted by Intel and Nvidia.
A 3D engine is then all about clever optimizations to approximate photorealistic rendering with the fewer resources possible. It’s a battle, or a game for some, against the machine to use its power in the most efficient way. We can also consider that 3D engines are cheating. They try to make you think it’s real by using sometimes some very smart optical tricks.
You can turn on triple buffering in the graphics or video options of many games. You can also try nvidias fast sync,this will give you the maximum FPS possible for lowest ms possible but will only send complete frames to the display to prevent tearing. Both techniques allow the graphics card to continue doing work while waiting for a vertical refresh when one frame is already completed.
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It is designed for use as a tool for beginners, and the experienced who wish to improve their knowledge. While playing Tera CPU temperatures are high 70s, yeah. But bottlenecking won’t occur until 100 degrees according to what I’ve read. Though, during the stress test, the CPU temperature didn’t go above 55, and still had that stuttering.
- That way frames will smooth out at your lowest FPS.
- DID the distance from the camera to the back of the character change ?
- It’s pretty much my most hated performance issue.
One with FoV 100, and then switch back to 60, Zoom out till camera is away the same distance and take 2nd screenshot. [-noun] Web community dedicated to ensuring PC games run properly on your tablet, netbook, personal computer, HDTV and multi-monitor gaming rig. But only 10 mins in and I’m bombarded with screen tearing. I don’t think this game has ever had a vsync option in the game menus. Yes I mean, I’m currently testing it right now and the highest I got was on the main menu , but in game it varies from area to area.
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To use, just put the game settings to the HIGHEST possible, then if the frame rate is a bit low adjust the settings as appropriate to achieve 60FPS average or whatever is optimal for the game you play. Anyone got some cool video explaining VRR, screen tearing and differences between it and frame drops etc? Vsync just keeps the fps produced less than the monitors refresh rate.. I don’t know why the only problem I have so far is the performance in 4k and the screen tearing which can be fixed by enabling games vsync with a patch or something. Textures are higher resolution, and models are higher polygon counts, then they were 15 years ago, yes.
With 10 cores 4.o gig 128 gig of ram and a nvidia 1080 gx with 6 tera flops. Thats what they test the game on and it runs flawless. They see what lower specs it will run on but thats it, run, they dont say anything about actually working on them.
V-Sync stands for Vertical synchronization or synchronizing with the vertical refresh rate of the monitor. As explained before, almost all monitors run at a fixed refresh rate of 60 Hz. By default, your monitor will ask to your GPU to provide a new frame every 16.6ms. Then, it will draw it on screen line by line from the top to the bottom. It fixes a lot of video issues including not being able to tab out without the game crashing. Theres some other client settings which apply to ATI cards too which I will make a post on in the future.
I noticed the stutter a lot on this week’s Sebring challenge and on a free run of Rio. Very off-putting since my game runs at a very high framerate. Although I did have another problem after the last update – the Rio track would not load at all or just crash as soon as 3 seconds after the start of the race. Once I managed to slip through the imminent crash, what I found is there were no meshes for the streets of Rio, yet the collision boxes were there. The only way to resolve the issue was to reinstall the game. And that is a 18Gb download, just to fix one track.
If you really want the smoothness of v-sync at your full refresh rate, then maybe lower your graphics settings a bit. When vsync is not enabled, nothing more than double buffering is needed for performance, but a render queue can still be used to smooth framerate if it requires a few old frames to be kept around. This can keep instantaneous framerate from dipping in some cases, but will add lag and input latency. As for the client mod’s not doing anything it does have an effect in smoothing framerate and decreases the loss of fps but if your running one of the top video cards it might not make any difference for example. If the card you have is giving you over 60 fps like 80 fps with the client lag it might drop you 20% or more so you’d still be at 60 fps.
In a nutshell, the graphic card is generating a new frame and stores it inside a buffer. It’s been a long time since we’re often using a double buffer rendering approach. While one buffer is read and sent to the monitor to be displayed, a second buffer is used to compute the next frame. Once the first buffer has been sent to the monitor, the second buffer became the primary buffer to be used by the monitor and the first one become the cache buffer for the next frame.
4K is not really worth it for a gamer, especially with the low refresh rate. Some minor issues such as Fallout 4 being designed to run at 60FPS. I’m not sure how that game works with GSYNC ON with a non-60Hz panel to boot, however I believe the ideal setting would be GSYNC ON but capped at 60FPS for that game only. There should be a way to CAP but I don’t have a GSYNC monitor.
This allows for faster frame rates in environments that contain a number of 3D models, and a greater draw distance. Also make sure that the GPU isn’t overheating as well. There are a few bottleneck testers for tera vertical sync GPU to try. Having your pc overloaded with multiple unused PCI cards can also play a role on increasing the heat in a case and cleaning out dust on the video cards and the case will reduce heat as well.
A form of image distortion that occurs on the outline of objects when representing a high resolution image at a lower resolution; common in 3D imaging. I got 25-35fps with this on phenom XX x4 955 ,4 gb ram and 1gb gtx650. Is there anything that can improve fps or is that all i can have. I finally put all my skills in the additional bar and put my items on the main bar and it works like a charm. Smooth as hell, I don’t have those lag anymore. It’s been a while I came here and post about my problem.
It adjusts the screen’s refresh rate to synchronize with the game’s frame rate. By building it into special graphics cards and monitors, though, AMD aims to facilitate smoother communication between the computer’s components. It is important to note that screen tearing does no damage to a display or graphics card. If you can’t find it, perform a web search for the name of the game and “view FPS” to see more information about a specific game.
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What that will do is take out the dynamic light colors forcing the map to only use lightmaps the game in my opinion looks more realistic but it helps FPS by quite a bit without making characters look ugly. If you look at the “Full Break down of S1Engine.ini” above there’s a lot of useful other settings which can be really beneficial. And that’s why more advanced technologies that rely on better monitors also exist, namely G-Sync and FreeSync, though this require actual hardware support.
And to be honest, it’s often on the CPU side where the bottleneck is. That’s why, a very big GPU could be useless if the underlying CPU or architecture is not serving it properly. I didn’t experience it yet with the dynamic light change but then again I didn’t play much and I might add that this would often happen in Velkia or any other Town and sometimes when I’m questing. I did read the other guide but I really didn’t know what to change to get better fps without making the game looks ugly. First of all, thank you for making this guide, I’ve made these changes on mine, and my fiance’s computer and they work really great!
Now walk up to a bush, or tree leaves, or a mountain side. You will see the texture of that object at its highest resolution, if you don’t try moving forward or backward until the highest mipmap / LOD level of the texture shows https://cryptolisting.org/ up. Next, zoom your camera in, so your camera moves closer to the texture. The texture will go from high detail, to lower detail, as you move closer to it. I ran my game with both GTX460’s in SLi, with the default AF2 setting.
If used improperly, however, it can throw your frame rates off and cause you an unnecessary headache. Vertical retraces occur at the vertical refresh rate, typically in the 60–100 Hz range. If supported by the graphics controller,turning off Vsynceliminates this delay and provides the highest frame rate. However, it can cause a visual artifact called tearing. Your monitor can only display 60 refreshes per second, but those refreshes with Vsync off can be comprised of many different consecutive frames, if your frame rate is substantially higher than your refresh rate. And to me subjectively it feels more responsive, and I think the reason for this is that at least for me, my brain can interpolate very well what it happening, sub-refresh.
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Call it whatever it needs, but it needs a “V-sync” option… If forcing vsyn doesn’t work, I think with Nvidia Inspector you can set max fps. I know with MSI Afterburner, you can set a max fps for programs and video games.
240 FPS – Manageable only by the fastest 240 Hz monitors, 240 FPS is as high as modern-day displays can go. Most games should automatically launch on the more powerful GPU. So, if you’re playing a game with a low frame rate, the display feature will standby as it’s likely not necessary. I can run the game fine there is no lag or anything, however, when i move my mouse around to the screen dosen’t move “smoothy” not sure how to explain, but it’s like the whole screen don’t move at the same time… So I doubt that you will get banned for changing some the .ini file settings.
S1Option.ini is just a notepad file of your in-game chosen options. The only reason to edit S1Option.ini would be if you wanted to change an in-game graphic/interface option outside of the client. You can open it up and take a look at the settings and you’ll understand what I mean. Ok let me start off by saying I spent literally 20+ hours turning .ini settings on and off, and adjusting and testing Nvidia Inspector options. Everytime I made a change I had to restart the client.
I was astonished to find nearly NO search results when typing in “TERA” and “SLi” I think there was only one thread I found on a random website, and it strayed off topic before giving much info. So I had to fiddle with the compatibility setting to see if Nvidia had truly selected the correct SLi profile. So, if you want to have any real form of AA and you are an Nvidia user, you have to set AA compatiblity to 0x000100C5 in the Nvidia Inspector. En Masse if you’re reading this, I’d recommend you give the players a real AA option and use this hex code. So some of you might ask, “Why force AA when you can just change “Lighting Enrichment” option to 2 and get it.” Well that is not real AA.
I finally upgraded my motheboard+cpu on december and this solved the fraywind problem. “Texture Resolution changed due to 32-bit system. Better Res is available on 64-bit system.” Needs to review the security of your connection before proceeding. Tom’s Hardware is part of Future plc, an international media group and leading digital publisher.