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Windows 10 now supports unlocked frame rates, disabled V-sync

A new Windows 10 update means the platform now supports unlocked frame rates, the ability to disable V-Sync, Nvidia G-SYNC and AMD FreeSync.

These new updates should help deal with screen tearing, lag and stutter, and will ultimately improve visual fidelity.

Keep in mind that players won’t really get any advantage from the updates until game developers test and implement the features in their titles.

The update should be rolling out to PCs now, but you can head here to start the process manually.

 

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