[SOLVED] Will turning on AMD Anti-Lag be useful for an RTX 3060 based laptop?

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Hi,
I have an HP Omen (AMD Ryzen 7 CPU and Nvidia RTX 3060 GPU) with FreeSync technology switched on and enabled.
I do not use Vertical Sync in games because I do not notice any screen tearing issue. Maybe FreeSync is working as expected.
However, if I want to reduce input lag, will turning on AMD Anti-Lag help in improving the input lag? Considering that the discrete GPU is an Nvidia RTX 3060 and not an AMD-based GPU?
 
It will likely have no effect because Anti-Lag limits the number render buffers for the GPU. The NVIDIA Control Panel may have the NVIDIA equivalent. However it may not matter since the NVIDIA GPU still has to copy what it rendered to system RAM for the Radeon GPU to present.
 
It will likely have no effect because Anti-Lag limits the number render buffers for the GPU. The NVIDIA Control Panel may have the NVIDIA equivalent. However it may not matter since the NVIDIA GPU still has to copy what it rendered to system RAM for the Radeon GPU to present.
 

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