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  • David (PassMark)
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    Did you check the nVidia control panel settings.

    There are settings in there for limiting frame rates (e.g. to save power and prevent 'tearing').

    Vertical Sync to the monitor's refresh rate and & Max Frame rate being the main ones.


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  • Hardcore99
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    Originally posted by David (PassMark) View Post
    We aren't aware of it being messed up for anyone.

    What hardware are you running?

    Would your monitor's refresh rate happen to be 144Hz?
    Are you running G-Sync?

    It's been like this for a while now on the DX9 test. I am not sure if one of the windows updates causes this, or something else. I'm using an Acer predator GX 1080p @240 hz for the monitor. I have tried to run it with Gsync compatible on/off but no change.

    my hardware:
    CPU:intel i5 11600K
    GPU: EVGA 3070 FTW 3 ultra (latest driver)
    RAM: 8x2 16GB dual channel Corsair vengence RGB PRO CL16 3600mhz
    Hard drive: WD black sn850 1 TB (boot, programs.) Seagate barracuda 2TB (games, recordings, videos)
    Motherboard: Gigabyte Aoros z590 (latest bios)

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  • David (PassMark)
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    We aren't aware of it being messed up for anyone.

    What hardware are you running?

    Would your monitor's refresh rate happen to be 144Hz?
    Are you running G-Sync?

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  • Hardcore99
    started a topic The 3d mark DX9 test

    The 3d mark DX9 test

    This test is still messed up for me and a lot of other people. It just locks the frames at 144fps and lowers the overall score for the 3dmark test, is there ever going to be a fix for this?
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