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#1 21/12/14 17:09

TOCS
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From: Denmark
Registered: 4/4/07

Recent update?

Ehm, did you guys just update the game recently? Suddenly my game runs without vertical synchronisation and I now have, like 400 fps while playing without the weird choppy mouse movement that was induced previously. yikes The game feels a trillion times more responsive than before.

Last edited by TOCS (21/12/14 18:38)

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#2 21/12/14 18:00

Iritscen
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From: NC, USA
Registered: 22/10/07

Re: Recent update?

I don't think anything changed.  Maybe there was an update to your OS?


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#3 21/12/14 18:38

TOCS
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From: Denmark
Registered: 4/4/07

Re: Recent update?

Iritscen wrote:

I don't think anything changed.  Maybe there was an update to your OS?

Hmmm, I think it might be because I tinkered with my Nvidia profiles recently. I'm just really surprised though, in a good way! Previously when I tried to run the game without a frame cap it would induce a ridiculous amount of mouse stuttering and choppiness but now it's all gone. It's a world to difference. Going from 60 FPS, v-sync, to around 300 - 400 FPS average is a huge leap. Character and mouse movement is so much more responsive.

Have you considered adding an option to completely disable v-sync in-game? It's really, really great!

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#4 21/12/14 19:36

Iritscen
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From: NC, USA
Registered: 22/10/07

Re: Recent update?

Actually, vsync is not a feature of Oni, except on the Mac because Feral added it.  But recently I learned that Mac OS X now forces vsync on for OpenGL apps, so it's possible that Windows (or Nvidia) has started doing the same.  Most people don't like running without vsync because it tends to produce screen-tearing, but if the app feels better for you, then that's good.


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