I just want to know why? Is there any chance to change your mind/policy about it? I really like your products, but this petty problem makes me cry, when your competitors have this option on their product. I never thounght if I buy a laptop in 2012 I won't be able to play an oldschool game on it.
There is a need for many users to disable vsync completely, as some programs enable it by default but can run better without it. The example that brought me here is the game FTL:
I realize this is an indie game developer, but most games have the option to disable VSync in their local interface. Not saying it wouldn't be nice to be able to do so from the Intel GFX Properties, but it makes more sense for the game specifically to host the option than to have one master control for it.
You're right, and I'm going to also request it from the game developer if no one has already. It seems that they think vsync should be turned on while those in the community say the opposite...
Given that several similar products do have the option, if it's technically feasible it would be a really welcome feature at the very least.