I have a problem with tearing with Metal Gear Solid V Ground

August 20, 2015 at 09:44:10
Specs: Windows 7
I tried all of these methods to fix this:
-I used D3DOverrider to force V-Sync and Triple Buffering. Didn't work.
-I tried locking the frame rate to 59, then 58 and 57. Didn't work. Worked only from 54 or lower. And tearing wasn't completely eliminated in that case neither.
-I tried using Nvidia Adaptive V-Sync.
-I tried using Nvidia V-Sync and forcing Triple Buffering from the Nvidia control panel. Fixed the tearing but frame rate went ape s---.
-The game is set on fullscreen, if I set it on borderless fullscreen the frame rate goes ape s--- too.

I have a GTX750ti and FX-8320. I can tell you the complete specs but I don't think it's really important that you know them in this case. If I'm worried si much about performance in this game is because I fear that TPP will have the same problem with my pc.


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#1
August 20, 2015 at 11:23:36
One thing to check would be to see if your 750ti driver is up-to-date. Also the Geforce Experience can automatically adjust game settings to optimal. MGS5GZ is a supported game. Give that a shot and you can tweak from there. One last thing... Do other games play correctly for you?

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August 20, 2015 at 13:21:39
"I can tell you the complete specs but I don't think it's really important that you know them in this case"

It always helps to list complete specs. That way we can rule out a crappy motherboard, not enough RAM, weak or overloaded power supply, etc, etc. Also, what size is your monitor & is it set to its native resolution? And what is the game resolution set at?

BTW, please explain what you mean by "ape s---"

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#3
August 20, 2015 at 13:24:44
Yeah, this and GZ are the only two that give me this problem.

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August 20, 2015 at 17:13:56
riider, my monitor is 24", yes it is set at its native resolution. The game is set at 1080p. Right now I don't have the full specs, I'll tell you tomorrow. By ape s--- I mean that it's never steady. It goes between 59, 54, 50, even 40s or 30s all the time. Uf I put vsync off it stays at steady 60fps, but there's tearing.

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