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Sabercbr929

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  1. That's interesting because your gpu should only draw what it needs from the psu I don't see how putting it in high performance mode effects tgp. Did your pre-built come with the 3080 or did you add it afterwards? What's the rated wattage on your psu? It's possible that the new monitors are taxing your gpu more and the psu can't keep up but without knowing how much your previous setup drew I would just be making conjecture at this point. Either way update if it fixed your problem I'm planning on running dual GL850's also.
  2. Check out guide to display cable on this forum.
  3. DP/HDMI both work with Gsync because Gsync matches your gpu's refresh rate to your monitor's refresh rate, but depending on which version of hdmi that your gpu and monitor support you could be limited in hz/fps. DP generally will be better overall if you don't have HDMI 1.4 or better, also depending on what resolution your running, you won't get the maximum FPS your screen can be refresh at. HDMI 1.4 can only run 4k at 60hz max or 1080p at 144hz max, but if your monitor supports HDMI 1.4 and also has DP output option, if you monitor is rated for 144hz refresh, you'll get a refresh rate cap
  4. Have you tried running one monitor only, to see if the same thing happens. Sounds like a possible driver issue, if running one monitor does the same thing I'd try another gpu to see if it does it on a different card.
  5. Nvidia has updated their drivers to enable use of Freesync monitors since Jan 2019 as long as you have the most recent updates your monitor should be running Freesync on Nvidia drivers.
  6. I was interested in the G7 32 in version, but all I've seen or heard about 32 in G7 have been positive even Hardware Unboxed had good things to say about the G7. Is it possible the panel is no good and what has Samsung or the repairer said about your concern? Your situation make me second the thought of buying the 32 in version.
  7. I believe Enderman's second statement best describes my situation, having to upscale a game running at 1080p to fit a 4k monitor in this explanation is upscaling not downscaling my mistake. So in the situation where up scaling a game from 1080p to fit a 4k monitor, isn't the gpu still driving the same amount of pixels as if it were running the game in 4k? @ Skilledrebuilds that's an interesting statement I appreciate your input! @ Chris thanks for the clarification.
  8. I'm sorry if it's already been covered I'm a first-time poster and if it has please let me know, but I'd be interested to see how down scaling a higher resolution monitor to lower resolution effects system performance. I've read on some forums or publications that suggest, with no definitive testing, that it could potentially tax the gpu up to 4x as much when compared to running native resolution in either 16:9 or 21:9. The explanation on the down scaling from higher to lower resolution suggest that even though the resolution may be lower the pixel density of say a 4k monitor at 32 inches ru
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