what happens when app request higher FPS than OS decided FPS?

Hey Tim, Thanks for your response.
Just now I realized that I had posted it in windbg forum. I am really sorry
for that.

I have changed the forum to ntdev.
On Mon, Mar 4, 2013 at 11:16 PM, Tim Roberts wrote:

> Ravi Gupta wrote:
> >
> > I came to know that 3D applications can request for higher FPS than
> > OS decided FPS. e.g. Application X can request OS to render with fps
> > of 120Hz but OS will display only 60Hz.
> > So, what will happen to remaining 60frames which App is requesting
> > for render? Will that abe skipped just like that? Is there any know
> > policy that driver or OS has to follow to maintain frames in sync?
> >
> > Any suggestion and data link will ne helpfull.
> I assume they’ll be dropped. Unless your monitor can do 120Hz, you
> wouldn’t be able to see those frames anyway.
> This is not really the correct mailing list for this question.
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