HarryBojanglesFramerate Target is just that, a Target. Say you limit your FPS to 60, the limit will not let your GPUs go over 60fps. If you cant achieve 60fps in the first place, it wont give you extra power/performance to get to that 60. What this is good for is if you a concerned about electricity, heat, and possible screen tearing issues. Instead of having your GPU work at 100% it would only work as much as it needed to achieve the 60fps limit.
HarryBojanglesNo problem. Correct, it only uses the amount of resources required to reach your FPS target. You can OC your card, but if it only needs 60% of the cards potential horsepower, it will only use that much.
Sabetumen4HarryBojanglesNo problem. Correct, it only uses the amount of resources required to reach your FPS target. You can OC your card, but if it only needs 60% of the cards potential horsepower, it will only use that much. So just to be clear, this feature is pretty beneficial for the user of the computer and the graphics card?
bcarney1BUMP... I'd like to know the answer as well. I have single GTX 980Ti @1.4 ghz with i5 3570k @ 4.2ghz and run G-Sync Monitor at 144. In BF4, I measure FPS sometimes above 200 Although FPS rarely go above 144, it does happen, so should I set target FPS at 144 max? Doing so can benefit with no drawback, right? I plan to pickup another 980Ti to run SLI. The FPS should be even higher in BF4. However, the new BF5 may be another matter. rebcon1 said:....."So if my understanding is correct, setting this feature on to your monitor's max refresh rate even with a G-Sync monitor and it will benefits you without any drawbacks like other 'sync' technologies."