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LjjlijJ

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About LjjlijJ

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System

  • CPU
    Ryzen 3600
  • Motherboard
    MSI B450m Mortar Max
  • RAM
    2 x Corsair low clearance DDR4 8G 3200MHz C16
  • GPU
    MSI RX5700 Gaming X (flashed with XT BIOS)
  • Case
    Silverstone FT03
  • Storage
    Samsung EVO 2.5" SSD 500G
  • PSU
    Seasonic SS-660XPII 660W 80Plus Platinum Ver II
  • Display(s)
    LG 29UM68-P Ultrawide FreeSync 40-75Hz variable refresh rate
  • Cooling
    DeepCool Gammaxx GT (CPU)
    Silverstone AB120R (intake)
    2 x Silverstone AP81 (intake)
    Silversrone FN121-P (exhaust)
  • Keyboard
    Ducky One 2 Skyline full size with Cherry Brown
  • Mouse
    Logitech G602
  • Sound
    Koss Sporta
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Pro

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  1. the 1ms is likey achieved in a controlled lab environment with eg optimal ambient temperature, compromising settings etc.. in real life usage it's unlikely you'll actually get 1ms. it isn't just this monitor but every super low response time monitor on the market is somewhat false advertised albeit to different degrees. and it isn't just with response time but pretty much all monitor manufacturers can be very dodgy with advertising many other specs e.g. there's some widely recognised dodginess in hdr400 certification.
  2. Impressive HDR. Speakers really isn't bad for ones on a monitor. Also functions as a USB hub. Response time is a bit disappointing but OK. For ~400usd + promotional steam voucher, such a steal overall.
  3. Extraordinarily happy with my latest buy - this badass monitor!

    Have verified with youtube HDR videos that its HDR400 isn't just marketing but for real with 10bit colour depth @ 120Hz and 550cd/m^2 typical brightness.

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  4. Literally hours ago I shared some troubleshooting experience for subpar frame rates. See if this applies to you:
  5. Why does fortnite require 80+ GB of disk space??? Isn't there just the one map??? Witcher 3 requires ~50GB and MHWI require only ~47GB! Why 82GB for a single map game??? I can't wrap my head around this!
  6. This is something I would like to share as I feel it might help some people with their PC gaming experience. Simply put, an under-performing monitor could *seriously impact your frame rates/time. (If you just want to see the important part of this post, scroll down to the bottom.) Using my situation as an example: My monitor is the LG 29UM68-P which features 2560 x 1080 ultrawide aspect ratios & resolution, freesync and 40-75Hz variable refresh rate. Out of the box, you can select either 60Hz or 75Hz in Windows. The rest of my PC specs are i
  7. I'm having this weird issue where if I change monitor refresh rate to 75Hz, I end up with this consistent frametime hiccups regardless of any driver option (anti-lag, enhanced sync, freesync etc.). 60Hz' perfectly fine. Anyone knows what the problem is / how to solve it? Frametime graph in top left corner. Specs in signature. Thanks
  8. cpu's fine. gpu's the problem. it's not just about how much vram you have. the gpu clock, architecture etc. can all come into play. get a better gpu perhaps.
  9. My specs are in my signature. This isn't an fps and i'm not a framerate freak. Rather, i'm a frametime freak. I use RTSS to limit my framerate hoping to get silky smooth frametime. I've been succussful with other games in this regard but not so much with MHW. I hope to get 1% low no less than 60 fps so that i can at least get smooth frametime by limiting the game to 60 fps. But on ultra preset, this isn't happenning. My framerates dip below 60 perhaps 20% of the time. Anyone knows a reliable tuning guide around, articles or videos?
  10. compare your fps to fps posted by others' on say youtube (make sure games and setting are the same), are yours significantly worse than others'?
  11. is actual gaming performance acceptable to you?
  12. NO NO NO NO NO Even low end AIOs from known brand could cause damage to your system, let along cheap AIOs from dodgy unknown brand.
  13. So many people ask about bottleneck but don't seem to get the concept. You'd expect people on LTT forums would watch more LTT videos 😂

     

     

    Edit: Here's what I think a much better albeit longer video also from LTT explaining bottleneck:

     

    1. Skiiwee29

      Skiiwee29

      Thats not the problem. Problem is its new people to the PC building space who "heard" from a friend or reading about a bottleneck. Then they get all up in a panic and come to the only place they know of or heard of for asking tech questions without really knowing what it is and in a panic goes.. OMG GUYS.. BOTTLENECK RARRRRRRRRRRRRR, how bad, what can I do.. Huff puff.. deep breath.. HEALLLPPPPPPPPPPPPP

    2. minibois

      minibois

      You could make the argument every setup bottlenecks in some capacity. e.g. your 10900K and 2080 Ti can still bottleneck in scenarios like CSGO or pure videocard rendering for example.

       

      In CSGO, your GPU will never be at 100% and same for your CPU in video card rendering.

       

      Is that bad? No.

      Some programs just use a certain piece of your computer more than another part.

      It's just important to make a decent combo, so you're not wasting money.

  14. probably need to reinstall windows using your pro key. not sure if this will forfeit your home oem key. anyone?
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