Originally Posted by artem
Gnome 3 also uses a compositing manager - check Gnome 3 settings.
Mutter is a compositing manager for GNOME 3, isn't it? So, some people says that you can't disable compositing in it. It can't work without compositing. I think, GNOME 3 will go to fallback mode without compositing.
Anyway, I didn't find any configuration in GNOME 3. I installed gnome-tweak-tool and dconf-editor and found nothing. How can I find Vsync in mutter?