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Apparently Dynamic Super Resolutions conflict with the driver reporting max refresh rate to the game, even if they are not in use. They MUST be disabled. Right click Desktop > nVidia Control Panel > Mange 3D Settings > DSR - Factors > Set to Off Apex Legends > Settings > Video > VSync > Double Buffered Other things I happen to also change before it worked,...


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There are multiple ways to display FPS in game as explained here. Best option is to rely on the game itself. If there is no option, I guess relying on Steam overlay or GeForce Experience would be better (as they may be already running anyway). If you are using neither of those, Fraps generally is a solid option. Personally I use RivaTuner server to handle ...


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There are a couple of advantages: Reduced input lag (the time between pressing a button, and seeing the game react to it). This requires V-sync to be turned off, which may cause heavy tearing. You always see the newest state of the game. This requires either V-sync to be turned off, or Triple Buffering to be enabled. As you can probably tell from the ...


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Tearing The only way i can play right now is with Vsync on That's because it is literally the only way to eliminate screen tearing. For more information about tearing, see: https://gaming.stackexchange.com/a/198195/46740 Obviously, when you play at over 60 FPS on a 60 Hz screen, you get tearing because your screen receives more frames than it can possibly ...


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