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Posted by Electroplasm on 26 March 2020 - 06:45 AM
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Posted by Electroplasm on 29 November 2019 - 05:35 AM
Thanks. Yeah they had stacks lol
My BB had the biggest pile of bundles you could ever imagine sitting in the middle of the floor the other day. If that store is at all representative, I'm sure they have plenty left over for store-opening purposes.
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Posted by Electroplasm on 28 November 2019 - 10:03 PM
I bought the $379 acer predator ips monitor, is this the best deal for a monitor this week ? or should i be looking at something else? i only have a 1060 pc but if i can play at 75 fps like normal with no tearing and ips colors seems like a bargain to me.
Fist of Awesome is free on Steam for a limited time.
i think this is a free to play game, but thanks for the heads up
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Posted by Electroplasm on 01 April 2019 - 11:23 PM
freesync = AMD graphics cards
G-sync = Nvidia cards
If you cross an Nvidia card with a freesync monitor you won't see any benefits from that Variable Refresh Rate technology. But Nvidia recently released some updated drivers that allowed a handful of freesync monitors to work with their (G-sync-only) GPUs. Here is the list of freesync monitors that are now G-sync compatible:
There are only 17 models whose brand all start with "A" or "B", and your Dell is not one of them unfortunately.
FreeSync & G-Sync = are used to kill input lag, graphical tearing, stuttering, and other issues that can occur when framerate for the game and monitor aren't aligned (which often happens when your in-game framerate goes above your monitor's max-limit of Hz supported - i.e. you hit 93fps in STALKER: SOC, when your monitor is only supporting 60hz tops).
Variable frame-rate = Tech that allows framerate to bounce around. G-Sync and FreeSync can control this, to an extent. See this article for more info, which goes into all kinds of technical details - https://www.pcper.co...le-refresh-rate
Personally, get a monitor w/ a syncing method (G-Sync or FreeSync); get a monitor w/ a great refresh (i.e. somewhere b/t 90-240hz); and when running a game you select settings & limit the max framerate with a game that you'd be happy with.
Some games have framerate caps support within the game that you can use - i.e. see GR: Wildlands; Dishonored 2 & Death of the Outsider.
You could also use MSI Afterburner and/or NVidia Inspector to limit framerates, if need be.
thanks for the help, buds
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Posted by Electroplasm on 01 April 2019 - 05:37 AM
Did you already but all the dlc for the games you play?
i can't seem to apply coins to dlc in the store, just to the "rewards" for specific items in each game. can I buy dlc with coins?
update: just spent the rest of my coins on "rewards." also bought a bunch of lums for rayman legends. not sure what for lol
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