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Dekuuz

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  1. I have two monitors and found that if I make my second monitor the primary monitor the Windows watermark stays on that monitor whilst I make my main monitor the second monitor. The only issue's I'm facing with doing this is notifications, the alt+tab swap and games/programs keep opening on the second monitor since it's the "primary" monitor. I don't really need to activate windows but I'm just trying to find ways to at least get rid of the watermark. Thanks in advance!
  2. On every game I play I seem to notice that windowed borderless feels like 40fps at times but it says 60fps in the counter. I like using windowed borderless over fullscreen because I can tab out easier but this is the only problem I have. I notice it the most in GTA V when driving through the city. I have my Nvidia Control Panel Vsync to Adaptive if this changes things. I don't really know what the best Vsync option is for no tearing and minimal input lag. Thanks in advance!
  3. I restarted my computer one night and it started up pretty fast considering I have an HDD and once it opened nothing was in my system tray and I honestly don't mind. What gets me is what's important in the Startup tab on Task Manager? Are these essential? -Windows Security notification icon - Realtek HD Audio Universal Service - Microsoft OneDrive Thanks in advance.
  4. I put my PC to sleep every night after getting off and after a couple of days doing so it starts running like crap. For example every night of the week I'd put it to sleep and when it starts running slow I'd restart and it'd be running like new again. Is this because of the uptime in Task Manager? Should I be hibernating my PC? Or should I start shutting down every night. I'm using a i5 9600k, 16gb DDR4 2666mhz ram, 1660 Super and an HDD.
  5. I want to upgrade my Computer to have Windows on an SSD. Can I still play the games I have installed on my HDD?
  6. I get loud when playing video games either from rage or excitement and I feel like I'm blowing out all my friend's ear drums when I do so. Is there a program that allows me to make a volume cap on my microphone so it doesn't get too loud? I'm using a Blue Yeti microphone if that helps. Thanks in advance!
  7. I just want to know if there's any programs or settings to automatically change my brightness settings say past 10pm. Thanks in advance!
  8. I've just learned about frame times and using Rivatuner to cap/scanline sync, but in The Witcher 3, Borderlands 2 and probably more older games I see a HEAVY screen tear in the middle of my screen for Borderlands 2. On the other hand in The Witcher 3 I used scanline sync to shove the screen tear somewhat off the screen but it is still present. I've been thinking of using Nvidia Adaptive sync or Fast sync for all my games including present titles like Modern Warfare 2019, Black Ops: Cold War, Doom 2016 and Doom Eternal. What I'm trying to figure out is if I can use Nvidia's Adaptive or Fast syn
  9. Is there a way where I can format my hard drive with Windows already installed and install a fresh Windows on it?
  10. Looks like it maxes at 64-65-66 and fluctuates between those three
  11. This is my temperature and voltage while playing Cyberpunk 2077.
  12. My max temp with overclocking is 68C and my highest voltage goes up to around 1050mV. Are these safe to use or should I tune my overclock down a bit?
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