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So you still have screen tearing with vsync enabled? Even if you force the settings through the GPU panel?
With Vsync on, screen tearing doesn't appear but a huge drop on fps happens (for example, Rocket League is 1 of the games that i can accept playing, with some settings on, i got on average 60 fps but sometimes i have to quit the game, to let the gpu rest for a little and then come back to the game with those average 60 fps. Turning Vsync on, eliminates the screen tearing but adds another problem... instead of 60 fps, i get 7-10 fps. Turning off the graphics options (everything to the minimum), i get 15-20 fps... So Vsync is not a solution and even if it was, stuttering is something that i can't tolerate :/ )