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Old 25 March 2020, 22:01   #1
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vsync problem 50Hz

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I tryed to setup somooth scrolling for 50Hz vsync like original Amiga but can't. Winuae still run with 59.9 FPS. All sound plays too fast but scrolling looks like on my real Amiga. Look on attached picture. Any idea how to do it? When vsync is dissabled then smooth scrolling is laggy and speed is setup to 50FPS and sound play normall. Thanks in advance

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Old 25 March 2020, 22:47   #2
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Problem solved.

It's not possible to setup 50FPS scrolling when monitor refresh is setup to 60Hz so Winuae can't play lower then monitor refresh.

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If you have g-sync or freesync you'll be able (in fullscreen mode) to play WinUAE games at 50Hz PAL or 60Hz NTSC setting Native:fullscreen and don't set vsync.

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