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FStopDesigns

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  • CPU
    i7 6700K
  • Motherboard
    Asus Z170-A
  • RAM
    16 GB
  • GPU
    EVGA GTX 1080 FTW
  • Case
    Bequiet Silentbase 800
  • PSU
    650 W
  • Display(s)
    2x Dell U2415
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    bequiet Dark Rock Pro 3
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  1. Finally solved this an just in case anyone else has this problem and happens to stumble upon the thread here's the solution: Go into the Nvidia GeForce Experience and "optimize" your games there. It'll set the res to 3840x2160. Once you go into the game you can then change and adjust the settings as you like and it'll be fine again.
  2. Usually this is terrible advice and you can seriously fuck up your files with it, so make sure you have a backup. If you know they are the same codec (H264 for example) and you're in a pinch you can try to change the part behind the dot. So let's say from "ThisIsMyFile.MOV" to "ThisIsMyFile.MP4" But like I said this should only be a last resoret if you cant install anything and if possible should be avoided as you might ruin your files.
  3. Like the title says I'm looking for a password manager that I can install or have in a browser. I need to access the passwords stored in there on 2 computers and on my smartphone if I#m traveling. Any suggestions for good and secure ones?
  4. Disregarding my mistake with the monitor names. If my math is correct then 3840x2160 is a 16:9 aspect ratio. 3840x2400 would be 16:10. So that doesnt change a thing
  5. DANG! Put the wront monitor in there. Of course they are the P2415Q. They run native in 4K
  6. Hello, i usually game in a resolution of 3840x2160. However I've noticed that lately every game has changed the resolution to 1920x1080. In the game settings I can't select any resolution above that anymore either. However in the Nvidia ControlCenter/System settings it says my display is running at 3840x2160. Windows itself says the same thing too. What I've tried so far and hasn't solved it: -To run the games in Fullscreen, Windowed and Borderless. - Restarting hasn't helped either. - Disconnecting every other Display and TV from my GPU hasn't solved it ei
  7. Hello, i usually game in a resolution of 3840x2160. However I've noticed that lately almost every game has changed the resolution to 1920x1080. In the game settings I can't select any resolution above that anymore either. However in the Nvidia ControlCenter/System settings it says my display is running at 3840x2160. Windows itself says the same thing too. What I've tried so far and hasn't solved it: -To run the games in Fullscreen, Windowed and Borderless. - Restarting hasn't helped either. - Disconnecting every other Display and TV from my GPU hasn't solve
  8. Should have added that I'm going to use a programm to split the screen and have 2 virtual displays to split things up
  9. Hey guys, I'm thinking about changing my display set up at home. I game on it but also use it for some projects with programs like Lightroom, DaVinci Resolve, Maya, Substance Painter/Designer, etc. (mostly 3D and Animation stuff lately) Currently I'm using two Dell U2415 (3840x2160 resolution). For gaming I only use one but when I work i use both. I've been thinking about selling them and instead getting a Ultrawide. What I want to get out of it is: - resolution greater than 1080p - screensize somewhat similar to my two dells (Around 34" should be fine)
  10. 1) I don't think there is much you can do to optimize your pc for that I'm afraid. It is already quite powerful and uses fast storage. Unless you have those images on an external harddrive that is connected through a slow connection. 2) Don't get a GPU for image editing. Lightroom does have an option to accelarte some processes but most of the time I have been stuck using the CPU since i get the bluescreen bug when using a GPU in LR. I don't think PS can make that much use a GPU either as far as i know. For Video editing it's a different matter altogether. Premiere can use the
  11. If you have a legit adobe cloud account you can create your own website through adobe portfolio
  12. Try setting them offline and then relinking them
  13. If you want to move more but cant afford a good gimbal it might be an idea to check out some steady cams. they should land in the price range you're looking for. It takes some practice to set them up and be good with them but IMHO it's still worth it.
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