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Kartikey Shukla

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stepping down on resolution will not increase the maximum refresh rate of a panel. i'm afraid you're stuck with 60Hz on this one, no matter what resolution you play at.


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If you want 1440p@144Hz, why didn't you just get a monitor that does that. 1440p will also not look the best on a 4k panel, since it's not an integer fit.


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2 hours ago, tikker said:

If you want 1440p@144Hz, why didn't you just get a monitor that does that. 1440p will also not look the best on a 4k panel, since it's not an integer fit.

Nice post,, nice CPU,, whats your overclock on it ?  ………. Anyhow I sorta have to disagree with you tikker in games 1440p and 4k content on a 4k monitor look fantastic but your right,,, the desktop situation with fonts and what not will be a little off lol,,,


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12 hours ago, Turtle Rig said:

Nice post,, nice CPU,, whats your overclock on it ?

It's running stock at the moment, because it runs hot and its enough (also low speed fan profiles). I went to 4.8 or so when playing around with OC, but later reverted to stock.


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7 hours ago, tikker said:

It's running stock at the moment, because it runs hot and its enough (also low speed fan profiles). I went to 4.8 or so when playing around with OC, but later reverted to stock.

According to Aida,  my CPU OCed vs a stock 8700k is faster at CPU Queen bench and keeps up in all other tests.  You will gain a lot by OCing to a nice 4.6Ghz.  Also what are your load temps ?  Open a door or a window, or even open the side case door...Also what CPU cooler are you using ?


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7 minutes ago, Turtle Rig said:

According to Aida,  my CPU OCed vs a stock 8700k is faster at CPU Queen bench and keeps up in all other tests.  You will gain a lot by OCing to a nice 4.6Ghz.  Also what are your load temps ?  Open a door or a window, or even open the side case door...Also what CPU cooler are you using ?

It already boosts to 4.5 GHz, 100 MHz more won't really make a difference. I'm running a custom loop, but it's hot (think high 70s) because of a) very low RPM fan curve b) limited airflow because of the case being pretty much completely glass, and I just don't have a need for an overclock (yet). Games still manage around 100FPS or so on average, which I'm happy with.

 

Let's not stray off topic though.


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1 minute ago, tikker said:

It already boosts to 4.5 GHz, 100 MHz more won't really make a difference. I'm running a custom loop, but it's hot (think high 70s) because of a) very low RPM fan curve b) limited airflow because of the case being pretty much completely glass, and I just don't have a need for an overclock (yet). Games still manage around 100FPS or so on average, which I'm happy with.

 

Let's not stray off topic though.

Oh cool 4.5Ghz is nice, I thought you were at stock... very nice.....

Sorry for off topic.  :)


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