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Jenoh Sucks Nov 25, 2018 @ 5:53pm
Contant stutter
I have a GSYNC 165hz monitor which appearently makes this game stutter like crazy.

Do the devs plan on looking into this for us high Hz GSYNC bois?
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Pawlogates Dec 15, 2020 @ 2:42am 
Apparently no they wont :(
mapron Dec 15, 2020 @ 8:53am 
devs just using HTML engine for their game. no lo-level code at all. so they hardly could workaround some driver problems.
you could check beta branch "may crash less often" for the luck.
Last edited by mapron; Dec 15, 2020 @ 8:53am
Pawlogates Dec 15, 2020 @ 11:33am 
Try setting max refreshrate in nvidia control panel to 60fps. It worked for me in some games.
t3 Dec 16, 2020 @ 11:57am 
Originally posted by Pawlogates:
Try setting max refreshrate in nvidia control panel to 60fps. It worked for me in some games.

I've seen someone have the opposite effect there but might as well try anyway :robocat:
AggroBuLLeT Dec 21, 2020 @ 10:30am 
i have a 144hz Gsyng monitor. and that works fine. so i guess everything above that = wont work. so try setting it to 144 or even 120 if you want to be safe
TemmieNeko Dec 23, 2020 @ 6:24am 
Originally posted by AggroBuLLeT:
i have a 144hz Gsyng monitor. and that works fine. so i guess everything above that = wont work. so try setting it to 144 or even 120 if you want to be safe
i have a 144hz monitor, and the stutter is always there.
that's what you get with a chromium built game
AggroBuLLeT Dec 23, 2020 @ 6:27am 
Originally posted by TemmieNeko:
Originally posted by AggroBuLLeT:
i have a 144hz Gsyng monitor. and that works fine. so i guess everything above that = wont work. so try setting it to 144 or even 120 if you want to be safe
i have a 144hz monitor, and the stutter is always there.
that's what you get with a chromium built game
well not for me. its smooth. is your fps capped? mine is globally capped to 140 to stay in the Gsync range in all my games.
TemmieNeko Dec 23, 2020 @ 6:28am 
Originally posted by AggroBuLLeT:
Originally posted by TemmieNeko:
i have a 144hz monitor, and the stutter is always there.
that's what you get with a chromium built game
well not for me. its smooth. is your fps capped? mine is globally capped to 140 to stay in the Gsync range in all my games.
capped at 144hz, I remember back when i had a 60 fps monitor, it stuttered, and when i had a 120 fps monitor, it also stuttered.
there's no Vsync option in game, that's usually what fixes that sort of issue.
AggroBuLLeT Dec 23, 2020 @ 6:33am 
Originally posted by TemmieNeko:
Originally posted by AggroBuLLeT:
well not for me. its smooth. is your fps capped? mine is globally capped to 140 to stay in the Gsync range in all my games.
capped at 144hz, I remember back when i had a 60 fps monitor, it stuttered, and when i had a 120 fps monitor, it also stuttered.
there's no Vsync option in game, that's usually what fixes that sort of issue.
try to cap the game BELOW your refresh rate. so if you had 60hz, cap at 58. if you had 120hz, cap 118. if you have 144hz, cap at 140.

you can cap your fps in the nvidia control panel on a game by game basis.
you can also force Vsync through the nvidia panel. if you have AMD im sure there are options for both of this too.
TemmieNeko Dec 23, 2020 @ 6:51am 
Originally posted by AggroBuLLeT:
Originally posted by TemmieNeko:
capped at 144hz, I remember back when i had a 60 fps monitor, it stuttered, and when i had a 120 fps monitor, it also stuttered.
there's no Vsync option in game, that's usually what fixes that sort of issue.
try to cap the game BELOW your refresh rate. so if you had 60hz, cap at 58. if you had 120hz, cap 118. if you have 144hz, cap at 140.

you can cap your fps in the nvidia control panel on a game by game basis.
you can also force Vsync through the nvidia panel. if you have AMD im sure there are options for both of this too.
im well aware of how to cap framerates...a bit smarter to change your montior's hz, instead of forcing nvidia to lower it, though.
AggroBuLLeT Dec 23, 2020 @ 8:28am 
Originally posted by TemmieNeko:
Originally posted by AggroBuLLeT:
try to cap the game BELOW your refresh rate. so if you had 60hz, cap at 58. if you had 120hz, cap 118. if you have 144hz, cap at 140.

you can cap your fps in the nvidia control panel on a game by game basis.
you can also force Vsync through the nvidia panel. if you have AMD im sure there are options for both of this too.
im well aware of how to cap framerates...a bit smarter to change your montior's hz, instead of forcing nvidia to lower it, though.
? no lol. just cap your fps below your refresh rate man. thats literally how Gsync/freesync works best. why would you lower your hertz lol.
TemmieNeko Dec 23, 2020 @ 11:09am 
Originally posted by AggroBuLLeT:
Originally posted by TemmieNeko:
im well aware of how to cap framerates...a bit smarter to change your montior's hz, instead of forcing nvidia to lower it, though.
? no lol. just cap your fps below your refresh rate man. thats literally how Gsync/freesync works best. why would you lower your hertz lol.
if you cap your in game framerate to less than your monitor, you get visual stutter on your end.
please.

g-sync might be different, and freesync is also only on your end, recordings will remain identical.
AggroBuLLeT Dec 23, 2020 @ 12:46pm 
Originally posted by TemmieNeko:
Originally posted by AggroBuLLeT:
? no lol. just cap your fps below your refresh rate man. thats literally how Gsync/freesync works best. why would you lower your hertz lol.
if you cap your in game framerate to less than your monitor, you get visual stutter on your end.
please.

g-sync might be different, and freesync is also only on your end, recordings will remain identical.


G/freesync works only in a certain range.usually 35-144hz. which means if your fps is AT or ABOVE 144fps, Gsync stops working and you either start go get screen tearing, or ( if you activated it ) get Vsync. Vsync is bad because it adds input latency. hence why G/freesync was invented, to prevent the need to use Vsync and still eliminate screen tearing.

so yeah, when using G/Fsync, you NEED to cap your fps BELOW your refresh rate. for 144hz displays its recommended to go 3-6 fps below. i use 140 fps cap for example.

as for people withoutG/Fsync: capping your fps does NOT give you stutter. ONLY if you activate Vsync ( cause it will halve your refreshrate ). Vsync is bad.

just deactivate Vsync and cap your fps below your refresh rate and play the game lol.
obviously the way you are doing things isnt working, hence why youre stuttering on every single setup.

im just trying to help you, so just try what i say lol.
I got 60hz vsync ON gsync OFF with screen tears in fullscreen mode (F11)

Nvidia settings - Force Composition fixed it. :steamthumbsup:

https://www.makeuseof.com/fix-screen-tearing-on-linux/#:~:text=Simply%20open%20up%20the%20Settings,should%20be%20gone%20for%20good!
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