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VRR and Series X

Freeman76

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Hi guys, so I have a 4k HDR10 TV which has played numerous games on PS4 Pro and Xbox one X at 60FPS with no issues whatsoever.

Now I have a series X, and Valhalla has some really offputting screentearing.

People are telling me it's because my TV doesnt support VRR, but what I didn't understand is how can other games play well?

BDO is another example that on my 1X the screentear was horrendous but on my Series X it plays at a smooth 60 with no tearing at all!

WTF GAF?
 

jhjfss

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This just a ubisoft issue, they always have bugs with their game. Wait for a patch.
 

Kagey K

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The longer you wait to play a Ubi game the better it gets, (usually) but with everyone pushing graphics and 60 fps a VRR capable tv is going to be essential sooner rather than later.
 

manzo

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This interests me, does the Series X support Freesync as VRR as One X did? My Samsung has VRR but no HDMI 2.1.
 

ANIMAL1975

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This interests me, does the Series X support Freesync as VRR as One X did? My Samsung has VRR but no HDMI 2.1.
Good point _ i bought me a few months back, a 2019 series Samsung 55 Q70R i think it has some sort of vrr too and ALL.
That's why i went an extra buck for that model instead of the Q60. I'm i ok guys, anyone?
 
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Kagey K

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This interests me, does the Series X support Freesync as VRR as One X did? My Samsung has VRR but no HDMI 2.1.
It appears that it supports VRR the sameas XB1X.
 
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