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There are a few more things we can mention here and we will once there are more updates.
(I’m guessing it’s the Vertical Sync and/or Low Latency that actually made the difference. But those are all the options I disabled.)
Fix by Nykz, thanks.
Long story short. Before they mostly used Parallels for starting up Windows on MacOS. This is not a good option if you want performance. This runs MacOS and Windows on the same session. It is like doing a virtual machine setup on your MacOS and deploying the max specs on it. Not optimal if you want to play games. It works fine if you just want to open some programs that requires Windows 10. The thing with Parallels is that it costs you a lot of money in the long term. Boot Camp is completely free which comes with your Mac.
Here you have some simple links of doing this:
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