The solution for me, it turns out, is quite simple: use nGlide and set refresh rate in nGlide configurator to 85hz. It's still a little slow, I think it'd prefer 90hz, but my screen only does 85hz then 100hz (too fast).
nGlide also looks better than dgVoodoo2 (has lots of pixelated break up around some items on the 2D display, and dark borders around transparent textures, whether Glide or D3D) and native D3D (which runs super low texture quality).
General discussion about nGlide.
My PC spec: Win10 64bit, i7-4970K (not overclocked) MSI Nvidia GeForce GTX 980, Creative Soundblaster ZX, 16GB RAM, Asus Z98-A motherboard, ROG Swift GSYNC monitor
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