I of course know what Refresh rate means, but on the Display page of AMD settings there is something called "G.Refresh rate". What exactly is this for?
I believe that is the actual refresh rate at the graphics card. It's nothing to worry about.
Oh, so that's what the letter "G" means? It actually had a different value there, I changed it to 59 to more closely match the refresh rate of the monitor. The only reason I even bothered is because the damn PC will randomly crash sometimes with hard reboots. I've tried every solution I care to attempt. So how does this relate to the Frame Rate Target Control settings?? If I set the FPS target for a game to 65, do I actually have to do the same with "G.Refresh"??
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