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Sorry, wasn't implying you were using software capture - just that your post reminded me about the quirk of using screen recording software. If you have higher FPS than hz, there is tearing, unless those extra frames are thrown away, but that can't happen with DirectX. Howdy, Stranger! not per application. a fantastic read

And I don't like v-sync. No referral links No self-advertising Please flair accordingly Low quality posts will be removed. you should get more frames in exclusive fullscreen. Android - Android Operating system and its peripherals discussions. https://www.reddit.com/r/Windows10/comments/4o45ud/borderless_gaming_and_forced_dwm_tripple_buffering/

Windows 10 Disable Triple Buffering

Like WoW. Windows 10 behavior shouldn't be any different from 8/8.1 AFAIK. Excel - dedicated to Excel, powerful program of Office suite. This subreddit is suitable for both Office warriors and newbies.

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Unless somehow Windows throws out frames that aren't syncing to the refresh rate, but as far as I'm aware, DirectX will not allow that. #16 bystander36, Jan 4, 2016 psolord Windows 10 Disable Dwm Could windowed mode disable triple buffering or is it more likely your limited experience was with double buffering?Click to expand... Your explanation only talks about triple buffering. https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/games_windows_10/borderless-gaming-and-forced-vsynctriple-buffering/e2bec946-0fb4-4910-9c62-5db217b58efe And the 52.5 isn't just a split second transition, it will stay at 52.5 for a while (which probably means it's frantically going between 52 and 53).

SLI/CF causes the same issue with DirectX and v-sync. At least I didn't notice any input lag on Dota 2, GTA V, Witcher III and L4D2. TheDeeGee View Public Profile Find all posts by TheDeeGee (#25) IceVip Master Guru Videocard: R9 290x 1170/1500 / AX IV Processor: FX-8320 @ 4.7 Ghz / X31 Mainboard: Carfax View Public Profile Find all posts by Carfax (#13) Carfax Maha Guru Videocard: Zotac 1080 Amp Extreme Processor: Intel 6900K @ 4.3ghz Mainboard: Asus x99A II Memory: TridentZ

Windows 10 Disable Dwm

as it uses DWM, which means all my games running in borderless mode have a hint of input lag, which is driving me up the wall. https://linustechtips.com/main/topic/577522-does-windows-10-force-triple-buffering-in-windowed-mode/ permalinkembedsavegive gold[–]Elysium_Dream 0 points1 point2 points 9 months ago(2 children)Doesn't work, there is no way to bypass DWM forcing triple buffering other than going to fullscreen exclusive. Windows 10 Disable Triple Buffering as it uses DWM, which means all my games running in borderless mode have a hint of input lag, which is driving me up the wall. Windows 10 Dwm Input Lag That way the game should bypass the DWM."   How come Windows can run triple buffering in windowed mode while Vsync is disabled?

I didn't know that. read this article Haven't found the need for anything else so far. I have set the time to exactly where I show the settings I was using, to see that I am using borderless window. Some offer up smoother performance with borderless, others with fullscreen. How To Disable Vsync Windows 10

But then powerplay rubbish can possible interfere. It captures from the HDMI. I have set the time to exactly where I show the settings I was using, to see that I am using borderless window. http://sortpictures.net/windows-10/disable-tpm-windows-10.html Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege 1920x1080 Ultra GTX 970 @1.5Ghz Core i5 2500k @4.8GHz Now if you fast forward to where the action is, you will see that the game is

Latest: IEC, Mar 21, 2017 at 9:58 PM CPUs and Overclocking ++ ATOT official NEF thread part IV ++ Latest: bigboxes, Mar 21, 2017 at 9:56 PM Off Topic Far left Usually it's just plain fullscreen. Location: London, UK Posted April 6, 2016 · Original PosterOP 12 hours ago, zMeul said: it's not the same because it works differently, as I said ..

it's a shame the driver control panel doesn't offer an option to enable triple buffering for d3d.Click to expand...

By EternalSeekerStarted 2 minutes ago Posted in Linux, OS X and Everything Not-Windows 9 Which gpu is better than the HD 530 By DeezNoNosStarted 8 minutes ago Posted in Graphics Cards Location: London, UK Posted April 6, 2016 · Original PosterOP As I understand it, triple buffering works in conjunction with V-sync to allow a second frame to rendered in the back GEOFFREY October 2014 edited October 2014 I don't notice any uneven motion, but I do notice the framerate steps between 45 (shitload of enemies), 52.5 (medium amount of enemies) and 60 permalinkembedsaveparent[–]beabeaayyte 0 points1 point2 points 9 months ago(1 child)DX 12 games will not have a performance penalty when run in Windowed Borderless.

OS: Windows 10 Quote Archie123 View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Member Posts : 344 Win 10 New 18 Jun 2016 #2 I dont know how you will do It's not the easiest problem to solve while not interfering with games, admittedly. Now the question is, why not use fullscreen mode? Bonuses Microsoft's own website says that DWM in Windows 10 (like Windows 8) is enabled on all themes (and does more than just theme work, including "separation and protection of store apps"

There is no frame rate lock when using DWM enforced Vsync triple buffering unlike with regular Vsync, because the game Vsync setting must be disabled for it to work properly. I don't like 2D games...I just couldn't get into them.. ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°) share Link to post Share on other sites zMeul zMeul    Member 9,411 posts Location: Buzau, Romania Posted