Alright, so I found the solution without sacrificing any input lag.
On the Nvdia Control Panel, under 3D Settings, Go to Manage 3D Settings and select the Global Settings Tab. From there, scroll down and look for an option called Vertical Sync, place that on Adaptive. Feels the same, and the screen tear seems 95% gone. I still see it in the intro when Ken and Ryu try to kiss on the menu, and now my benchmark puts out constant 60 FPS, rather than the 120+ it was pulling earlier. During battle, I don’t see it, and I’m trying my hardest to look for it. Played it with a buddy, not feeling any input lag, deep DPs are good for us.
On the other hand, I was also suggested to use an Aero Theme for my Windows Desktop as well. I went ahead and selected one in my Control Panel > Personalization, and I think that helped? I dunno.
But yeah, seems like we’re good to go.
The HD TV I’m using isn’t much of an HD TV at all, actually. It may be 37 inches, but everything looks like shit when running 1080p. It wasn’t designed to look nice, but rather, just to play. It’s a old Westinghouse TV that has no lag… which is debatable since I’m sure someone out there disagrees, I just don’t know who. Evo monitors are great, but not perfect.