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  1. I have FreeSync enabled in the monitors settings, which allows me to enable G-Sync via Nvidia control panel, in which I have already turned on too.
  2. i.e. Fortnite (I know, I know). Getting 200+ with medium to low settings.
  3. Well I've felt like my gameplay has been stuttering, and I was advised to test in Furmark. And 1440p is stuttering in Furmark.
  4. No, I haven't actually. How exactly do I do that? I'm on Windows 10 1903.
  5. I recently bought a brand new 144hz 1440p monitor (Aurous AD27QD) and I have been bench marking in Furmark for the past hour or so, and have come to notice a lot of stutter when benchmarking in 2560x1440. If I were to however benchmark in 1080p, no stutter whatsoever. Is this normal? The reason I originally started bench marking was because I felt as if there was stutter during my game play, and it seems that it might be true. Am I supposed to be stuttering in 1440p in Furmark? How can I get rid of it? P.S. It's very minimal stutter, but enough to be irritating, and hap
  6. Apologies for vague description. I do have a hard drive, but not sure if it's that or the PSU.
  7. Whether the computer is on or off, I get this occasional click or pop sound from the system. Anyone else get this?
  8. The most reliable option is your ability. If you think you can't assemble it, use air.
  9. I am aware of that, but I'm happy to service it when it requires a refill.
  10. What's the real difference between Pro and Home?
  11. Hmm, interesting. Maybe they aren't experienced in building higher end machines?
  12. Agreed. I enquired them on this: https://www.scorptec.com.au/product/Power-Supplies/ATX/67603-CP-9020137-AU.
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