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Old May 6, 2012, 06:31 PM
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Vsync IMO is only useful to limit your FPS if your running a less demanding game. For example an older source game that you get 150+ are not going to see any of that, so you enable vsync that caps FPS at 60. It will lower GPU and CPU workload and therefore temps and power consumption (the last one maybe to a much lesser extent...not really sure). If you aren't ALWAYS over 60 fps, then disable it. If you leave it on and go below 60fps then it will cap you at 30 fps in my experience.
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