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My fiancé's birthday is coming up and I'd like to get him something DOTA related since that's his favorite all-time game but he's not the type of guy that likes getting merch for the sake of collecting so I thought I'd get him something more "practical".
My initial Google search led me to an artist that made a Pipe of Insight piece a few years back but she doesn't currently have any on hand and doesn't take custom requests, so I'm back at square one.
Any recommendations would be super helpful!
Just built my new pc and I'm about to buy a new monitor but i cant choose one I'm looking for a good picture more than anything for around £400 ($ 521.51) the ones I've been looking at are the https://www.overclockers.co.uk/asus-xg27vq-rog-strix-27-1980x1080-va-freesync-144hz-gaming-widescreen-1800r-curved-led-monitor-mo-09k-as.html And thehttps://www.overclockers.co.uk/msi-optix-mag27cq-27-2560x1440-va-freesync-144hz-1ms-curved-widescreen-gaming-monitor-mo-008-ms.html Or if you've got a better option please let me know
Can a display cable cause lag/stuttering when playing games? I've been having graphics card issues for a while now and have aways thought it was the GPU so I've been replacing them. Today, I tried a using an HDMI cable instead of my display port cable and my new rtx 2060 works instead of not even displaying. Would it have anything to do with using a 1.2 display port instead of 1.4 on the rtx card?
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Just picked up BO4 and it's the first COD that I've played since BO2, and I'm having a ton of fun with it although at the moment lone wolfing it exclusively. Anyone want to jump in sometime? PM me your battle.net SN if you want, and I'll add you and send you mine as well so you are expecting the invite. This seems like a great title to play with a few squadmates. I've got a teamspeak server as well we can use, but in game VoIP works well too. Hope to see you ents on the battlefield.
Sad to see this sub fading into nothing. Where are all the lurkers at?
Hello everyone, so my Question is simple and straight on point. I have an old Graphics Card looking to upgrade, however i'm not looking to overspend, so in all honesty why is there so few 4k no AA benchmarks?
To give you guys a little context, i own a 4k capable monitor and upgraded last year to a ryzen 7 1700x since it was better value for buck and i don't need to push 5000000 fps and maybe also be productive on the other side.
However looking at the Graphics Side of the things, i have an almost 4 years old r9 280x which i bought cause it was at the time the best value in it's price range. Just to make things clear i have +300 games on my steam library of which i can play 98% on 4k Ultra without AA at over 40-50fps, depends on the game of course.
But just to make a point, i can play Battlefield 1 at 4k on high-ultra settings no AA, about 40fps with some dips here and there. Looking at raw performance a stock GTX 1080 is about 3x better than my R9 280x. So why in the name of god are there no 4k no AA benchmarks. I am seeing benchmarks where a 1080 is performing worse than my 280x just because of AA, and really just to be honest, you really really don't need AA at this resolution. I played for 2 years on an 1080p monitor without AA and didn't really noticed differences, only if i just paused and looked everything in detail. So now i have a 28'' 4k why on earth would i want to turn on AA.
I hope you guys can give me some reliable sources considering this problem, and just wanted to point out this, what in my mind is just out right stupid. I really don't want to offend anyone but if you have a 4k with a 28'' (which is already big, you really don't want any bigger monitors for gaming) you really can't see the difference from 40 cm.
Good evening Ents! I’m celebrating the new purchase of my Logitech c920 with some lemon haze and some games!! twitch