MValuableP

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System

  • CPU
    Intel Core i7-6700k
  • Motherboard
    ASUS Z170 PRO GAMING/Aura
  • RAM
    16gb (2x8GB) G.Skill Ripjaws V 3200MHz DDR4
  • GPU
    EVGA GeForce GTX 1070 SC Gaming
  • Case
    Phanteks Eclipse p400S
  • Storage
    Samsung 850 Evo 500GB and 1TB Western Digital Black HDD
  • PSU
    Corsair CX550M
  • Display(s)
    LG 24GM77-B
  • Cooling
    Deepcool Captain 240 EX
  • Keyboard
    Razer Blackwidow Ultimate Stealth 2016
  • Mouse
    Logitech G502
  • Sound
    Turtle Beach 500p Wireless
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 64-bit

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  1. The tip worked, so thanks for your help! Now I just have to learn to deal with fullscreen (puke)
  2. Still weird that I can be on this website and still play with 144Hz, but if I go on twitch, it caps. I'll try fullscreen, though, thanks for the tip!
  3. Don't play other games so wouldn't know
  4. borderless
  5. ??? I have a 144Hz monitor...
  6. VSync is off in Rocket League (the game i'm playing), so can't be that.
  7. Vsync on for the game?
  8. Hi everyone, I have an issue. So for a long time I've been dealing with this issue. Basically, I have a two monitor setup; 1x60Hz monitor, 1x144Hz monitor. What I usually do on my pc is watch streams or youtube on the 60Hz monitor while gaming on my 144Hz, BUT whenever I watch any type of video format on my 60Hz monitor, my game locks at 60fps too, because it somehow can't differentiate the two different video frame rates, so it just locks at 60fps because both monitors are able to output that simultaneously. What is the deal, tech gods? Extra info: 60Hz monitor is connected via HDMI, 144Hz is connected via DisplayPort. Thanks for you time and possibly help, MVP
  9. Any solution?
  10. Hi everyone, So I have a problem. I want to watch Twitch streams on my second monitor (60Hz) while playing. When I do that, my main (144Hz) monitor doesn't show me the full 144fps. If I go to another tab on my browser on my second monitor (60Hz) my main monitor will begin to show the full 144fps again. Why is that? My second monitor is running through an HDMI cable, and my main is with DisplayPort. Thanks, MVP
  11. Lowered voltage and tried to run it @ 1.265, and I got some "better" ish results. Got a max of 89 degrees on the 3rd core with averages being at 70-71. Think I'll try to lower it even more, might work on a 1.250 voltage.
  12. Does Shadowplay alow streaming? Also, I think I got a code or something for a year of free xSplit, but I'm not too sure, I'll have to check that out
  13. I tried it out, and nothing changed to be honest. Is OBS a demanding software? Would I be better off using xSplit since that's also supported by ASUS?
  14. I'm streaming with the x264 encoder, should I try with the NVENC one? And I downloaded the drivers for my GPU, and with that GPU Tweak II came, and in there it shows some "tools" where one of them is FurMark, so I'm going to use that since it's recommended by ASUS
  15. Don't think I've ever facepalmed this hard. I was pressing backspace thinking "oh yeah, that's the "DEL" button"........... anyway, I got it to work, and I went and did a stress test of my 7700k on 4.7GHz @ 1.30 voltage, and it survived for over 10 minutes! I'll leave some photos here as well for you to see the AIDA64 stress test results. What do you think? I think the temps are a little high with core 3 and 4 reaching 91 and 90 respectively. If I want to lower those temps, should I increase voltage? Edit: I want this to be a 24/7 stable overclock, so any recommendations on what I should try to get it to for that? Edit 2: Forgot to add pic