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About xovague

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  • CPU
    Intel i9-10900k OC 5.0ghz All Core
  • Motherboard
    ASUS Z490-E
  • RAM
    Corsair Vengeance RGB (2 x 16gb)
  • GPU
    NVIDIA 1080Ti FE
  • Case
    Lian Li Dynamic XL (Black)
  • Storage
    Samsung 970 PRO M.2 512gb, Samsung 860 EVO SSD 2TB, Seagate Barracuda 4TB Mechanical
  • PSU
    Corsair RM850i
  • Display(s)
    ASUS ROG Swift PG279Q
  • Cooling
    NZXT Kraken X73
  • Keyboard
    ASUS ROG Flare
  • Mouse
    Razer Viper Mini
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Pro

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  1. It was surprisingly the TV, I was attempting to watch Netflix on the actual TV smart app and none of the videos were loading and when that was happening so after I decided to switch to HDMI for my PC and that’s when the distorted image happened. So I ended up rebooting the TV in the settings menu for the TV and it fixed the issue. So in short my TV had a seizure and just needed a reboot.
  2. So recently I had got a 4k TV as my third display for my setup and was working fine for a bit and now all of a sudden it looks like this How its connected Main Gaming Monitor > Display port > GPU Elgato > HDMI > GPU TV > Display Port to HDMI cable > GPU Obviously most GPU's only come with 1 HDMI port so I gave the Elgato game capture the HDMI port and opted in for a Display port to HDMI cable for the TV Not sure if this has anything to do with using a adapter like cable, or if its something else someone might have figured out. But a
  3. Damn shit is just annoying especially when streaming, but I guess having a stream deck would be a good work around
  4. Not entirely sure why this is only an issue with Apex Legends but if I play using Borderless Window and have Chrome or anything open on my TV the game will Stutter and act as if its low FPS The fix for this is choosing Fullscreen but I don't like using Fullscreen as it's easier to switch to other applications, if I do Fullscreen and ALT-Tab my displays turn off and on for few seconds which is annoying especially if I switch applications frequently while gaming. Anytime I have MW open on Fullscreen Borderless my FPS is fine and can have whatever open on my TV Is th
  5. Tried switching it up and still no luck, with the TV using the HDMI to Displayport (Cable and Adapter) I get no signal or it flickers the signal on and off. Edit: So I tried using my Display Port to HDMI cable and managed to get all 3 displays working, im assuming the adapter I got was just trash. Now just ordered a new DP to HDMI Cable that can support 4k 60hz
  6. I tbh didn’t try running the adapter on the TV yet and I have the HD60 S
  7. I ended up fixing the issue my stupid self only had the FPS set to 30FPS on my gaming comp so it wasn’t projecting 60FPS to my other computer
  8. Currently I have a 1080Ti FE Here's what is connected to my graphics card Gaming monitor 144hz - Display port Vizio 4k 60hz - HDMI Elgato Capture Card - HDMI to Display port (only reason for the conversion is I don't have 2 HDMI ports on the GPU) Everytime I boot windows up, my monitors start to disconnect and reconnect for about 10 seconds or so and sometimes my Elgato capture card doesn't show up on NVIDIA control panel. Not entirely sure if it's normal for when you boot your computer for the displays to do this every single time.
  9. On twitch the stream quality is really good just not 60FPS, and I haven’t paid much attention to the preview on OBS which I should test to see if that’s picking up 60FPS
  10. Not sure why this is happening I have my capture card setup properly and when I stream my actual streaming FPS definitely isn’t 60FPS its more like 30FPS and I’m getting no warnings or frame drops in Streamlabs on my streaming PC My internet upload - 23.8mbps Resolution - 1080p Encoder - x264 Rate Control - CBR Bitrate - 6000kbps Key frame Interval - 2 Preset - Fast Profile - High Streaming PC i7-7700k OC 5.0ghz MSI 660Ti 2x 8gb (16gb) Vengeance 3200MHz M.2 250GB 970 EVO SSD (Windows) 1 TB 860 EVO SSD
  11. Even when I don’t do anything my clocks go up and down, does yours?
  12. Interesting, rn I’m stable running 1.330v on adaptive mode and my Vcore will go to ~0.710v lowest and whatnot as well. Only thing is it doesn’t stay like that for long on idle it goes up and down consistently not sure if yours does
  13. Noticed you’re using offset mode vs adaptive Why is that?
  14. Whats up everyone need your help, I had a i7-7700k that was OC to 5.0ghz on adaptive mode and achieved that fairly easy. im not use to the 10900k does anyone know the steps to get a adaptive OC for it? Do i still follow this? Adaptive Mode - Enabled Additional Turbo Voltage - Whatever is tested to be stable Offset - Auto AVX Offset - 0 Load Line Calibration - Level 5 IA AC/DC - 0.01 C-States - Enabled Speed-Step - Enabled