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    Maximum Pre-Rendered Frames? 1-4? (Nvidia)

    Hey I was wondering what does this option even do in Nvidia Control-Panel? I have read somewhere that it use to be 0 and it was the best option but not it is not there its just 1-4. Also any good nvidia option to improve performance would be nice to see as well, thanks!

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    This value controls how many frames the CPU prepares for the GPU to render. Higher values result in smoother but more laggy gameplay (as your input has to be put into the next 'batch' of frames sent by the CPU) while lower values can improve responsiveness but can also lead to more jitters in gameplay (as the GPU doesn't have as many frames ready to smooth out those jitters).

    It only works for OpenGL games, not DirectX or Mantle titles.
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