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About GriggsCK

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  • Birthday 1994-04-20

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  • Gender
  • Location
    Kepong, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia,SEA
  • Interests
    Weaponry and IT field
  • Occupation


  • CPU
    Pentium G3258 4.2 Ghz OC, i7-2670QM 2.2 Ghz
  • Motherboard
    Asrock H81-HDS R2.0
  • RAM
    Kingston Hyper X fury 4gb 1600 mhz/ 8GB 1333mhz DDR3
  • GPU
    Palit GTX 750ti Storm X, GT555M DDR3 2gb
  • Case
    Aerocool VGS-3
  • Storage
    Seagate Baracuda 1TB, Hitachi 650GB 2.5 inch
  • PSU
    AVF 500 watt
  • Display(s)
    S191HQL / Generic 768p 15 inch monitor
  • Cooling
    Stock Intel Cooler / Unknown T5 cooling pad
  • Keyboard
    CM Storm QuickFire TK white edition(Brown)
  • Mouse
    Razer Deathadder
  • Sound
    Superlux HD 681 evo, Razer Kraken, Hammerhead
  • Operating System
    Windows 8.1

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  1. I know, doing this with my monitor now, 900p 75hz custom mode. However I'd prefer native support as custom mode create problem sometimes (keep resetting, shuttering in some games), or just not available for some games.
  2. So I plan to breplace my old 900p HP monitor with VIEWSONIC VX2457-MHD, 24 inch 75hz monitor with free sync. However I run an GTX 960. I've read some articles about 75hz won't be available to Nvidia user or it would create frame skip until you set it back to 60hz. Would I have a problem using this monitor? Don't care about free sycn but I do want that 75hz refresh rate. Maybe I should just go with regular 60hz monitor VIEWSONIC VX2363SMHL or BENQ Zowie RK2455? PS: can't really afford 144hz monitor as the cheapest one (Acer KG240A) is about 300 bucks away in my country. Don't even know if it's good as there are no reviews.
  3. I see, so I don't need to wait any longer then?
  4. Flash sales, where the games are super cheap but lasted only 6 hours are no where to be found. Do they have no flash sales this year or we need to wait for a while. I hope to buy more smaller titles after I get the major one.
  5. Huh, I guess I'll stick with my pentium a little longer, thx.
  6. I wonder what if I get 4370 instead? Still dual core but performance seems closer to 4460 compare to 4170.
  7. Well, didn't plan to buy anything, looks like I'll have to sell my Pentium.
  8. Single core wise indeed Pentium is better, but it can't bring my gpu usage above 60% most of the time for some reasons. Poor multi-threaded performance or something? Can't really afford an i5, sad for me.
  9. I see, I've seen a video where i3 4130 perform slightly worse in than 4.7 ghz pentium, but I wonder if the higher clock speed of 4160/70 makes up for it.
  10. In my local currency, i3 4160/70 is 500 bucks, i5 4460 is 800 bucks. Close to MSRP but the currency is 4.2x smaller than USD, so yeah..
  11. It's actually Asrock H81 Mobo with Non-z overclock, I don't think it can OC 4690k. Sry, should have mentioned that.
  12. So I've upgraded from a 750 ti to a 960 3 days ago, I have huge improvement over some titles such as Tomb Raider, Metro last light or titles that utilize all of your gpu power. Thought I have one problem with some of the games, such as Battlefield 4 and Fallout 4, my cpu usage spike up to 100% constantly, which is normal for me, but the gpu usage is quite low, below 60% most of the time, 50% average, sometimes spike up to 80~90% in BF4. I suspect this might be cpu bottle-necking? My question is, would upgrade to an i3 4160 or 70 solved this problem, would it gain back the gpu usage in titles that love your cpu power? I played at 1366x768 btw. I know it's a shitty resolution but I want that high frame rate in demanding game. Edit: I can't really afford an i5, even the entry level one as it's almost twice as much, the value of my country's currency dropped make it even worse for me.
  13. It is good, and it hide cable so well, dayum.