I am going to have to check that out, it is my understanding NV panel VSync with a GSync Monitor is it's own thing, working with the module and not the same as what regular VSync does. Since a FreeSync monitor does not have the GSync module it will just be plain Vertical Sync which would give you the negative side effects of VSync such as increase lag and stuttering. I thought the video explained that as well dealing with the Geforce card and a GSync compatible monitor.Thank you, that's a great video.
Chill and NVIDIA's limiter seem to work as good as RTSS, which is very good if no in-game limiters are available and eliminates the need for extra utilities.
I don't get this, though:
"Using GSync on a FreeSync monitor - never use Vertical Sync in Control Panel or Game because it will just be Vertical Sync. Real GSync monitors with GSync modules the Nvidia Control panel Vertical Sync works with it and is different then just pure VSync."
How is it different between true Gsync and Gsync compatible monitors?