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Re: Enabling Vsync
« Reply #15 on: April 13, 2008, 11:07:52 am »
ok, i tried setting th ui to basic ui1 with s-video out - result! No tearing! My card must be strugglin with th ui. Suprising though as said before, as i don't see the 7300gt as a weak card for video.

That is surprising... we have a couple of 7300LE's that we use in testing sometimes and they seem to perform well and without tearing in UI2 with Overlay. Getting the display hardware right is a bit of a 'black art' and sometimes what looks 'right' on papaer just does not work as well as expected. This is particularly true of video cards - often more basic cards work better and are much easier to configure.

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Re: Enabling Vsync
« Reply #16 on: August 07, 2008, 02:19:10 pm »
I am beginning to think this is a 64bit issue, i will try a 32bit install with 32bit drivers from nvidia.

Any one running 32bit and having problems?

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