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Lagging with a new 144hz monitor

Acidix99
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I used to play alot of csgo with a 27 144hz aoc monitor. I thought that a 27 inch was too big so i went ahead and bought a 24 inch 144hz asus monitor. I didnt really notice anything wrong with it, because i didnt play the game for a while. When i now play the game i sometimes get like 80-140 max (used to get like 200-300). I have enabled 144hz and even with alot of frames it still laggs so much. I can even notice it when moving the cursor on the desktop that it is not smooth at all. I tried using both a DP and a dual dvi cable, which seems not to fix the problem

 

I have tried several things as:

- Factory reset os

- Use both DVI and DP cable

- Checked 144hz on both windows and nivida

- Enabled 144hz in the game

- Checked the temps(their were very fine) the cpu and gpu usage was very low

- Enabled best power solution

 

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stupid question, what's the monitors resolution?

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does monitor has Gsync or amd freesync?

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19 minutes ago, TH3R34P3R said:

stupid question, what's the monitors resolution?

1920x1080, i play with 1280x960 stretched in the game

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17 minutes ago, Kmrox09 said:

does monitor has Gsync or amd freesync?

Dont think so, it got speakers tho

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9 minutes ago, Acidix99 said:

Dont think so, it got speakers tho

it can be due to screen tearing it happens if your fps goes higher than your monitor limit. I am not sure tho

My PC specs :- CPU i7- 8700k, Motherboard Maximus XI Hero,  RAM 32 GB Gskill Trident Z RGB, GPU Asus Rog Strix RTX 2080 , Case Phanteks enthoo evolv atx - tg edition, Storage 2 TB Seagate baracuda + 512GB samsung SSD, PSU corsair RMX 1000 Watt Gold PSU, Display(s) Acer Predator Z271U 27" WQHD Curved and Benq Zowie XL 2456, Cooling Asus ROG RYUO 240.

 

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7 minutes ago, Kmrox09 said:

it can be due to screen tearing it happens if your fps goes higher than your monitor limit. I am not sure tho

The screen tearing isnt a problem, its that it lags with 144hz with almost 144fps

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5 minutes ago, Acidix99 said:

The screen tearing isnt a problem, its that it lags with 144hz with almost 144fps

which graphic card you use to play?

My PC specs :- CPU i7- 8700k, Motherboard Maximus XI Hero,  RAM 32 GB Gskill Trident Z RGB, GPU Asus Rog Strix RTX 2080 , Case Phanteks enthoo evolv atx - tg edition, Storage 2 TB Seagate baracuda + 512GB samsung SSD, PSU corsair RMX 1000 Watt Gold PSU, Display(s) Acer Predator Z271U 27" WQHD Curved and Benq Zowie XL 2456, Cooling Asus ROG RYUO 240.

 

My Laptop :- Lenovo Y50-70 -CPU i7- 4710HQ, RAM 16 GB , GPU Gtx 860m 4GB, Storage 1TB HDD + 128GB SSD

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Just now, Kmrox09 said:

which graphic card you use to play?

A gtx 960 4gb from asus

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2 minutes ago, Acidix99 said:

A gtx 960 4gb from asus

is it a full hd monitor or WQhd or ultra hd?

My PC specs :- CPU i7- 8700k, Motherboard Maximus XI Hero,  RAM 32 GB Gskill Trident Z RGB, GPU Asus Rog Strix RTX 2080 , Case Phanteks enthoo evolv atx - tg edition, Storage 2 TB Seagate baracuda + 512GB samsung SSD, PSU corsair RMX 1000 Watt Gold PSU, Display(s) Acer Predator Z271U 27" WQHD Curved and Benq Zowie XL 2456, Cooling Asus ROG RYUO 240.

 

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