Setsul
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Last Posted January 12, 2020 at 2:03 PM
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#621 TF2 benchmarks in TF2 General Discussion

That's not the same as "Some cfg i got from kermit" though.
"Latest mastercomfig" whatever that means in terms of settings + 3700X?

posted 6 days ago
#619 TF2 benchmarks in TF2 General Discussion

#616
How many fps did you get with your config and the 8600K?

posted 6 days ago
#8 latency guide in Hardware

It's not optimized for Intel. It took Microsoft years to get the scheduling right for Intel HT/SMT, it took them years for AMD CMT and to no one's surprise AMD SMT/CCX scheduling wasn't perfect from day one either.

posted 1 week ago
#6 latency guide in Hardware

Honestly if a guide recommends to disable half the cores you paid for you should ask yourself if that's advice you want to take. Even before considering that we're talking about half a microsecond.

Always remember that USB mice are polling based at 1000 Hz (unless you do weird shit). That means the input is only processed in 1ms chunks. Which means your average input lag from the mouse can never be lower than half a millisecond. The interrupt latency changes is 1/1000 of that. Do you really care that much?

posted 1 week ago
#28 NVIDIA and ASUS team up for 360hz monitor in Hardware

G-Sync though. If you drop to 280 fps in the middle of a fight you still get 280 Hz smoothness.
Or 250. Of course if you buy this to upgrade from 240 to 250 Hz I'd really question your life choices. But theoretically a 240 Hz monitor with G-Sync/FreeSync should always be better than or in the absolute worst case as good as one with 144 Hz. Same applies to 360 Hz + Sync vs 240 Hz (+Sync).

The big question is the price and how good it'll actually be beyond the theory.
This could very well be to 360 Hz what the VG248QE was for Lightboost. Aka "it works, but I really wouldn't want to look at it".
Give it a few months or a year or so to fix the worst issues and we might actually see decent 360 Hz monitors. But I'd always bet against the first product getting everything right.

posted 1 week ago
#26 NVIDIA and ASUS team up for 360hz monitor in Hardware

#23
That's why I wrote:

SetsulAnd in all fairness you should look at the 24.5" 240 Hz panels, which are slightly faster, but I still expect the overdrive voltage necessary to hammer it down below 3ms to do terrible things to the overshoots.

It's unsurprising that a 240 Hz or even 144 Hz monitor like the PG278Q would not be run with enough overdrive for 360 Hz when that ruins the quality. What would be the point?

Also why do you even bother comparing monitors with different version of the same panel? The one with the oldest 240 Hz subversion (M250HTN01.0) is the worst and the one with the newest (M250HTN01.9) is the best. Again, what would be the point if it were otherwise?

And it's not about the 24.5" panels being a tiny bit faster, it's the fact that that 360 Hz is basically guaranteed to use the next subversion of M250HTN01. Probably M250HTN01.B or C (A is 75 Hz). Maybe if nVidia can convince to lie about it they'll use a different part number but it'll still be the same panel.

posted 1 week ago
#20 NVIDIA and ASUS team up for 360hz monitor in Hardware

Well it is G-Sync, which is pretty much the only sensible way to run 200+ Hz. Constant 360+ fps obviously aren't going to happen.

And in all fairness you should look at the 24.5" 240 Hz panels, which are slightly faster, but I still expect the overdrive voltage necessary to hammer it down below 3ms to do terrible things to the overshoots.

posted 1 week ago
#2 lerp in TF2 General Discussion

The limit is 0.25 or 0.5, cba to check.
If you mean 2.5ms so cl_interp 0.0025 the answer is don't.

posted 1 week ago
#8 iranian war in Off Topic

To quote NATO article 5:

The Parties agree that an armed attack against one or more of them in Europe or North America shall be considered an attack against them all and consequently they agree that, if such an armed attack occurs, each of them, in exercise of the right of individual or collective self-defence recognised by Article 51 of the Charter of the United Nations, will assist the Party or Parties so attacked by taking forthwith, individually and in concert with the other Parties, such action as it deems necessary, including the use of armed force, to restore and maintain the security of the North Atlantic area.

So I'm not sure how you're going to sell it to the Netherlands or anyone else why they should get involved in a pissing contest where people get shot occasionally that got started by the USA pulling out of the JCPOA.

posted 1 week ago
#10 letter to cre-8 in The Dumpster

Can someone get his address and send him a physical letter? We've tried everything else so we might as well try that.

posted 2 weeks ago
#12 Tf2 launches, and then immediately stops again in TF2 General Discussion

Shhh, I was taking bets on how long it would take him to figure that out.

posted 3 weeks ago
#6 Tf2 launches, and then immediately stops again in TF2 General Discussion

Correct.
Unsurprisingly a game released in 2007 does not use a DirectX version released in 2015.
Neither should you expect an OS from 2015 to come with a DirectX version from 2002 or even 2000.

I think the oldest pre-installed DirectX on Windows 10 is DirectX 10.

posted 3 weeks ago
#2 Tf2 launches, and then immediately stops again in TF2 General Discussion

Have you tried installing DirectX?

posted 3 weeks ago
#8 how to remove desktop icons in Hardware

https://i.imgur.com/fM8o174.jpg

posted 3 weeks ago
#3533 PC Build Thread in Hardware

Define normal sized travel bag/suitcase. You could be a hobbit.

EDIT: Figured it out via Steam.

posted 1 month ago
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