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I turned V Sync on and at 60 fps it's a bit choppy.


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Kwakkelde,

My guess would be that the updates you are receiving from the region/server you are standing in are not coming to your PC at anywhere close to that rate. The best possible frame rate for a region usually hovers around 45 fps but at your PC this is determined by the speed of your internet connection and how fast the update information is being processed.

Bottom line is lag will still be lag. It just will not be added to by your PC proper. The Region/Server & Internet components are now in the driver seat.

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Kwakkelde,

My guess would be that the updates you are receiving from the region/server you are standing in are not coming to your PC at anywhere close to that rate. The best possible frame rate for a region usually hovers around 45 fps but at your PC this is determined by the speed of your internet connection and how fast the update information is being processed.

Bottom line is lag will still be lag. It just will not be added to by your PC proper. The Region/Server & Internet components are now in the driver seat.

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Go back into the NVidia Control Panel and try enabling Triple Buffering as well as VSync.  See if that helps smooth your performance.  BTW, I am not running with a GPU that is anywhere near as sophisticated as yours, but mine runs consistently at a little below 40 degrees C.  I'd consider 70 degrees to be more than "warm".  I hope you have good ventilation and a monster heat sink.

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