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  1. Sorry if this is the wrong subforum for this question. According to the only article I could find on such of a topic and I quote: "In gaming, any amounts below a ping of 20 ms are considered exceptional and “low ping,” amounts between 50 ms and 100 ms range from very good to average, while a ping of 150 ms or more is less desirable and deemed “high ping.”" So according to the article 20 and below is "low ping" and it's exceptional but does that mean it's indistinguishable for fast paced games like CS:GO, OW, Fortnite, etc?
  2. In games where I am CPU bottlenecked is there any point of adjusting anything in Nvidia control panel? That's pretty much it.
  3. Ok thank you, your first message confused me a bit.
  4. @Jurrunio so you are saying I should keep "scheduled optimization" turned off?
  5. I can't find a definitive answer to if I should leave an SSD to be optimized or not on a weekly/monthly basis in the "Optimize Drives" settings. Some posts say windows do it on it's own regardless if scheduled optimization is off or on and that ON is just adding more checks that are shortening the life of the SSD and others state the scheduled optimization actually only does TRIM and no defragmentation so you should keep it on. Thanks in advance!
  6. I am planning to get the 10600k and I am wondering if there is any need to look at a faster ram than 3200Mhz CL16? Also even if faster ram is still better but the difference is very small I would count that as not being any difference. Thanks in advance.
  7. @Tan3l6 Thanks for the suggestion but I am looking for 240hz and also 24". Forgot to mention the latter one in the post until now, but that's on me.
  8. @Chabax Your comment is less helpful. @phoon Outside of CS, no game will benefit from that monitor for now. Also most of those monitors have been outdated for who knows how long since the panel they use is the same from like 2016 or smth. Additionally I don't care about features, as long as there is g-sync or it's g-sync compatible that's enough.
  9. I am currently playing Fortnite and Valorant. Both of the games can easily run over 240hz in certain times of a game but both of them can as easily drop to 100fps and can hover around 200fps average so stuff like ULMB doesn't really matter and g-sync is a must in Fortnite at least. I was looking at the new 240hz IPS monitors (currently only 6 according to displayspecifications.com) but in the reviews I checked, even though they easily beat TNs in most stuff they are still not as "fast" as TNs. What I assume would be the answer to my question is one of the new 240hz "0.5ms response time" TNs like the Aorus KD25F, Acer XN253QX and others. Issue is that there isn't a full list of those monitors so I can compare them(best I could find was a blurbuster's thread but that hasn't been updated in 8 months) and 2nd there is a very small amount of reviews to look at. Overall the KD25F looks the best to me, the reviews from hardware unboxed and tom's hardware doesn't really point towards being average or bad in any way so at this point that is what I believe "the best 240hz" is atm. Thanks in advance. Edit: Forgot to mention it needs to be 24" (or around like 24.5") and also 1080p. I assumed that is obvious since I am looking for competitive gaming.
  10. I am asking for games like CS:GO, Overwatch, etc. where you run 1080p and low low settings for max FPS. In those games, where your GPU is pretty much sleeping, does lowering the resolution actually help?
  11. I know that there is a lot more to it and that this might sound dumb to some of you but what is the best type of display regardless of the device for watching movies/series/etc. My current understanding is that it is OLED.
  12. So I downloaded CDisplayEx, a program for reading comics but when the downloading finished BitDefender thought that there is something wrong and did its thing. Now I don't want the program anymore but I can't uninstall it because unins000.dat has been corrupted, presumable by BD. But at the same time I searched for it online and apparently unins000.dat is dangerous? First, is unins000.dat actually problematic? Second, is there a way to uninstall the program now and how? This is the message BD has given me: The process C:*************\CDisplayExWin64v1.10.33.exe manifests ransomware behavior and was blocked. Several files were encrypted but we successfully restored all of them. You can find the restored files list below. One of these files was the unins000.dat
  13. @yaboistar Thanks for commenting, I assume it's that.
  14. It's only when I have my PC running. Also the walls here aren't empty like in the US.
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