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Quackers101

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  1. sure, but what when it comes to image quality vs performance? does it stand a chance with 5-10% reduction at times vs closer to 50-30% reduction of FPS? also how less expensive for FPS it seems to be, in lower resolution compared to having it off. Still not sure has I don't have the ESO or their beta, how it works on lower resolutions frame timings or FPS. then again I don't know many games that even offer SSAA/FSAA that you speak of, where MSAA is more used or VSR/DSR.
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    sharing local birb news is always fun
    1. adarw

      adarw

      wow, cool vid! thanks for sharing!

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      Quackers101

      2 minutes ago, adarw said:

      wow, cool vid! thanks for sharing!

      sharing local birb news is always fun 😛

  3. You got the 48¨ OLED TV that LTT review once, but most of these "gaming" TV's often had their own issues or too expensive. Like not having some of the required ports, how it deals with high refresh rate gaming (HZ/FPS). But Mini-LED has becomed less rare and might become more normal if not everything goes more towards OLED (can sell for higher price etc). While the whole Mini-LED thing is another expensive feature, it can be really good if you want HDR content to be watched or games that supports it. Very unsure on the TV front. else the G7 from Samsung can so
  4. a good VA is or can be "better" than IPS. It depends on both the quality of either IPS or VA. At least you can expect certain quality or visuals from either in the higher range. Lower range, VA in general for higher HZ is going to be a worse time and some difference in colors. As black smearing can become a thing, while IPS can have other issues like light bleed or other things and can have lower quality panels, this can be true for either in higher priced products too, so check reviews. else getting a TV with good specs can come in mind if you want to go big.
  5. very much comes to the cons. and very likely not to have high brightness, but maybe good enough brightness? Were the size will be lesser of a thing, when you are still going to need other things for it. but it seems like the size or optimization to this display makes so it could maybe run for longer and with less heat? if they can make OLED to become CHEAPER that would be very great and replacing for burned in OLED displays. Burned or stuck OLED pixels are most of the worry for PC or always on displays. LG's second version of OLED like their 2.0 version, that has bac
  6. around $6k + 1.5k subscription headset, and likely different compared to the "8K" VR headsets.

    a bit overreactions, but cool hearing what higher image fidelity and immersion could do.

    and maybe some valve index 2 rumors.

  7. no more keyboard or mouse, connect your body and brain directly to the cyber space bubba! or server connected input devices (stadia controller as sort of example) that can only be used by a physical registration. but god no
  8. depends on what you mean by that? some goes under different names or use other methods or were they mix different resolution or AA modes. Upscaling or downscaling the image, does more or less what some of these do but hit in performance. So DLAA could be better than higher hitting SSAA to performance. over other AA solutions or if SSAA improves. from stuff like TSSAA (might have been tried in uncharter 4). While sure, its not something I would pick over TAA/TXAA or DLSS, it can have it's use case when found. Greg Salazar - Frame Scaling: What Is It and Should You Us
  9. more Nvidia stuff

    reduce your triangles and render close to high quality models

    sometimes 2000% reduction and closely matches the original quality and texture.

    Hopefully not used to cheat their way with marketing fps in poorer image fidelity in future additions or changes.

    But cool none the less.

     

  10. kinda dislike the whole blizzard setup, like the store is just to make you buy everything even tries a lot of popups or signs to big "upgrade" your game with buying not needed content or whole other games. like geez, and what they do with cod? many games into 1, and much of the locked content bleeds over to their other titles.
  11. rant ah okey, you can see it better through this method. a lot of pros and cons. mostly when you are going to make the most details at a confined space. where the sharpness of TAA can produce a loss of details. (see link below) techpowerup has a nice slide and focus on 1080p were you got less pixels in the background. best seen in distance on 1080p (last slide) https://www.techpowerup.com/review/nvidia-dlaa-anti-aliasing/
  12. kind of sad how this has becomed a norm for games, always online. in my library only just a few indie titles can be played offline with so many server locks or sometimes due to version being outdated with so frequent updates.
  13. also depends on the game, sadly a lot more features that are tied to even SP content are connected to a server. You could sometimes play the SP, but certain content is disabled making the MP aspect more a part of the main game. Like if lootboxes for example can be gained in the SP game and only opened when connected to a server for instance, or certain gameplay features or gamemodes like some PvP aspect (like if darksouls invade player world was required to play darksouls).
  14. would want to wait for DDR5 supported systems, although unsure how stable it would be at first. but right now, it depends and the market isn't that great anyways. also between the 3600 vs 5600, there is some to be had and it has gone down in price at times for the 5600, not fully worth the extra hassle. could be better to wait it out for newer upgrades. another thing is that the 5000 series got better single core performance which would maybe help out with the FPS. but if you need new MB, RAM, CPU this is not quite worth it. While newer stuff, maybe long lifetime and hope
  15. From unreal engine youtube, intel working with UE and graphics... maybe some tips and tricks for future intel GPUs too?

    Intel GPA, a frame analyzer tool for UE. similar but maybe quite different from Unity's own information about performance tool.

     

    Both a standalone and can be used as a plugin for UE?

    Not sure if it only works for intel or any task and communication between the tool and hardware or through directX, etc.

     

     

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  16. if your motherboard supports Q-flash or similar type of flashing of BIOS, then you might not need a CPU or anything else, although you would need power to the motherboard and do things accurate with a perfect non corrupt BIOS with the CORRECT names for the files for it to update the BIOS with Q-flash. Not all motherboards support this, but has been more used with ryzen motherboards? and not all motherboards or BIOS might act as nicely when doing this. Also reading the manual to see when or if it fails the flashing of the BIOS, or if done correctly. Also using the c
  17. yes, but inbefore AAA studios sell their old titles as "remastered" for full price, with just the new things added being FSR into as default option and some updated textures (maybe AI upscaled).
  18. Some news around emulation and FSR, great news for emulation. RPCS3 Showing off their implementation of FSR. Using some from what was first added around the 6th of august. RetroArch getting FSR https://store.steampowered.com/news/app/1118310/view/2957164587049361993
  19. While its not really about MiniLEDs, sadly since I mentioned the Neo G9... coming out with some issues like previous Samsung displays. Samsung really likes to sell broken products and take little ownership of quality service or build quality. Samsung not giving 2 cents about your issues as a whole, so long they can keep gaining profit from it at least shown by some of their releases. Also while this is not fully about mini-LEDs, there can be more Mini-LED displays that might need tuning or firmware updates or hardware updates. Since its a bit newer tech.
  20. sRGB goes for any content including gaming. some of the gaming modes might be sRGB, unless you have to do another option to enable it. As for enabling the "aggressive mode" see manual if there is a warning, but kind of doubt they would leave in something that would harm it. Else one might want to talk with LG's customer service to ask if they can send a message about it back about that. Could be that aggressive is more power hungry and cause more light bleed from the dimming zones? not sure. overclocked however, might provide negative results. might be fine if it's rat
  21. only one pin, could be "fixed" or maybe a "temporary pin item" as it mostly just need good contact between the contact areas and the slots help a little. I kind of wonder how gold painted pins, with lower melting or easier soldered metal would have. not sure what the pads for the pins can take. as for updating, if the cpu didn't kill anything on the other one, maybe but risky. You could if you are able, to find someone who can update it for you or if you got the needed BIOS (one or multiple if stated) to be used. if a electronic store or place of purchase has an option or talk
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