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Due to some VSync trouble lately, I have been experimenting with the Hertz of my Monitor. Mine is able to get a 180 Hz. Should I enable this, or is there a disadvantage of doing so? Now it's set on 60. -Stenny

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I tried disabling VSync but that only gave me problems. That's what you get when trying to change the underlaying aspects of a project halfway through ;).

I tried running at 180 Hz. It worked. The only change I registrered was that my mouse wasa bit more sensitive.

-Stenny

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I tried running at 180 Hz. It worked. The only change I registrered was that my mouse wasa bit more sensitive.
If by this you mean your mouse is moving faster, then the display is probably not refreshing at 180Hz. I can crank up the refresh rate settings very highly on my machine, but the monitor will still refresh at 60Hz. I'm assuming that as Windows uses this rate to time mouse updates, as the mouse moves significantly faster than at "real" 60Hz.

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wooow...
the fastest monitor i'we ewer see was 100 Hz ...
but you trying to use 180hz ...?
strench for me ...
check what is your monitors refresh rate...

or your monitor is realy spessial edition...?
where you found this monitor my lcd's max value is 75hz...
if its realy 180hz youre so lucky...

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Well. It dóes say 180 Hz. But as BenRyves just concluded, this doesn't mean it's áble to go that far. Or something.

Oh yes. And as I load up my game at 180 Hz, the FPS is around 120.
And when I load up at 120 Hz, it gives around a 60.

RSC_x, I think I have a weird monitor. Not fast. Weird.

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