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About Fatih19

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  • Location
    Indonesia, Surabaya


  • CPU
    Ryzen 7 2700X, Stock
  • Motherboard
    Gigabyte AB350M Gaming 3
  • RAM
    16 GB DDR 4 @2400 MHz
  • GPU
    Powercolor Red Devil RX 580 8 GB
  • Case
    Coolermaster Q300L
  • Storage
    Samsung 750 EVO 256 GB
  • PSU
    Seasonic M12II 620 Bronze
  • Display(s)
    Dell U2518D
  • Cooling
    Wraith Prism.
  • Operating System
    elementary OS Hera 5.1
  • Laptop
    Thinkpad x230
    i5 3320M
    8 GB DDR3

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  1. The assumption that I have a 1080p monitor is just wrong. Why would I want to play at 1440p if I have a 1080p monitor? It's quite obvious that I have a 1440p monitor. Secondly, I don't care too much about frame rates, as long as it's 60 and up I don't care. Why? Because my monitor is capped at 60 FPS, and the game I play are single-player games where visual fidelity is more important than frame rate. You're basing this argument off of the assumption that I play multi-player competitive games where frame rates are much more important and that my monitor can take advantage of high frame ra
  2. I have ran it twice and both times it said that my memory doesn't have any problems.
  3. How exactly? 1440p FSR Quality uses source image of 1080p. I have an RX 580, which is low-end by today's standard, which can run games at 1080p no problem, but struggles pretty hard with 1440p. With FSR and the quality preset, I could run games at 1440p, which I previously could not on my low-end GPU.
  4. You're right. AMD themselves made a point at their early June keynote by using a GTX 1060. I don't get it. Just watch other review I suppose.
  5. To my knowledge it actually doesn't require driver support. In Gamers Nexus review, Steve mentioned how FSR can run on older hardware, but they aren't officially validated.
  6. So a year ago my computer (specs below) didn't want to boot for some reason. I pressed the power button and nothing happens. I then brought it to a local computer repair shop. The technician disassembled the computer and reassembled it on a test bench, which magically was able to boot. He then told me that it's likely that the side of my RAM that slots into the motherboard is dirty, he then advised me to just take out the RAM, clean that part of the RAM, and insert it back in the event that my computer refused to boot in the future. Ever since then, this has happened twice and the issue can al
  7. Oh wow I didn't know SoTR is an immersive sim.
  8. The Outsider from Dishonored. So that I can give random people powers and observe their behaviour and what they do with it.
  9. Reminds me of that scene in Mr. Robot when the main character pretended to be someone from the bank and tricked his target into giving away bank details lmao.
  10. Is releasing new SKUs when you can't fulfill the demands for existing one really a good idea?
  11. Not so long ago there cases that put the PSU at the top instead of the bottom. Why and why was it phased out?
  12. Yeah to be honest it's better to lower your time preference and save up for a more long-lasting computer.