Re: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 295 Previews/Reviews!!
On the issue of microstutter. I see alot of comparisons to these "straight" line frame times as if that ever happens. Even single GPUS never get "constant" frame times. So thats a little misleading. Microstuttering will never go away completely with AFR. There are different implementations of AFR that work better than others in certain titles with this condition. And NVidia has profiles which control them.
Typically your frame time variations should be small. Occasional burst frametimes do still happen. They are just more noticable when you already have lower framerates. Due to the already slower frametimes. If your frame times are spiking every other frame something is very wrong. But thats very non typical.
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