1 Reply Latest reply on Apr 9, 2018 4:50 PM by jargon

    EnhancedSync + FreeSync - How to get working perfectly

    hauser.ger

      Hi,

       

      I stumbled upon EnhancedSync today and want to use it.

      Right now I am using a vSync-FreeSync-Combo with my Vega 64 & Asus 100 MHz monitor. The FPS are limited via AMD driver to 100 FPS, since thats my max refresh rate.

      This does work pretty well, except for the FreeSync flickering issue that is around.

       

      My question now is, how to bring EnhancedSync into play?
      I saw this AMD video here, which "should" explain how to enable it: https://gaming.radeon.com/en/radeonsoftware/adrenalin/enhanced-sync/

      But this leaves a couple of questions for me: In the video, they enable EnhancedSync under "Global" AND "Battlefield 1". Is this necessary? And what do I need to do with the ingame vSync setting? Do I need to switch vSync on or off in Battlefield 1?

       

      What to do with FreeSync? Just leave it as it is?

       

      Greets & thanks,

      Hauser

        • Re: EnhancedSync + FreeSync - How to get working perfectly
          jargon

          Enhanced Sync basically tells the graphics card to intelligently drop frames once your frame rate surpasses your monitor's refresh rate for a smoother gameplay experience.

           

          Here's what you should do (under Global Settings unless otherwise specified):

           

          1. Enable Freesync in Display tab

          2. Enable Enhanced Sync

          3. Remove your frame limit in FRTC

          4. Disable V-Sync in-game

           

          That should be it. I think enabling Enhanced Sync for the game profile is only necessary if you're launching the game from Radeon Settings with a custom graphics profile.

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