Absolutely, you just stated it has to be set to max to take advantage of Gsync, which is not true. Which is kind of nit picky I guess when you consider there is little to no reason not to set it to max.
You just want it set to on.
Yes, in the GAME control panel you want it to set to off. In the NVIDIA control panel you want it to set to “On.”
Again, the short list to have the best experience with Gsync, starting in rough order of importance is this below. For the reasoning follow the blurbusters link I posted above. It’s more complicated than you would think.
- Gsync on in the nvidia control panel
- Game vsync off
- Nvidia control panel vsync on
- If the game has a frame limiter set it to 2-3 fps less than your maximum refresh
This was all confusing as fuck to me right after I got my Gsync monitor but it’s been working great since I started following the above.