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About kitnoman

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  1. Thanks for the help. I'll probably get 1440p now as I don't want the hassle to sell a 4-5month old monitor down the line if I'll get a 1080p one once I have a new card that can handle 1440p. Plus, I'll be getting 27-32 inch as well so, ya may be 1440p would be a better deal. Again thank you.
  2. I really don't know much about monitors and how it would react. I have a 1060 6gb right now and I'm thinking of getting the amd navi 5700 or the rumored 2060 "super" 8gb. However I would like to let the navi driver manure a bit so I'll probably buy around Nov-dec. But I'm dying to get a new 144hz-165hz monitor now. As I only have 1060 right now and would have to wait a few months before upgrading, how would the 1060 fair when I used 1440p resolution and monitor? how much frame rates will I get on games like, Apex legend, RE2, FFXV, FFXII, Tekken 7, middle earth: shadow of war, Dota 2, as these are some of the games I'm currently or repeatedly playing. And lastly, what would happen if I bought a 1440p monitor and use 1080p resolution while I'm using my 1060? Thanks in advance.
  3. The question is when does the frame drops? is when there is a lot of action on screen, like in a middle of a fight or is it random like even when you are just hiding in a corner? Try this settings first View distance: epic Shadows: off Anti-Aliasing: off Texture: high Effects: low Post Processing: low Then work your way up the settings. Also try other games if you would also experience frame drops. Normally what I do when I experience this to go down to low settings and then work my way up. If I still experience them, I check drivers, loads on system, if anything is max out. If I have 2 rams, I even test each and unplug the other one. Currently now I'm tweaking on by brother's ram timings, which I'm not good at, but for better or worst, little improvement is better than no improvement.
  4. Does this only happen when you are playing a game or even when just like surfing the net? If it only happens when gaming, try turning vsync on when playing. If this fixes the issue, then it means that your monitor's refresh rate can't keep up with the frame rates.
  5. So I've been using HyperX Fury dd4 for a while now, and I recommended this to my brother He's using my old Gigabyte B360m-H mobo, and as the frequency can only be set to 2666 max, I'm helping him tighten the timings, which I'm not good at. When set to auto, the the timing is 2667mhz 17-17-17-40(when xmp is on and 2400 15-15-15-35 when off) and So far here are the ones that worked when I manually set it.2667mhz 14-16-16-35 1.2v2667mhz 15-15-15-35 1.2v2667mhz 15-17-17-35 1.2vAnd I'm currently using 2667mhz 14-15-15-28 1.25vShould I keep these timings or should I try another one?