• The Picard ManeuverOP
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    203 months ago

    Every time I get a taste for something better, things get more expensive… I’m going to avoid trying anything higher than 144 for a while.

    • @pivot_root@lemmy.world
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      3 months ago

      It’s for the best that you do that.

      Sincerely, someone who “had” to buy an RTX 4080 after buying a new 200 Hz monitor.

      • @Alteon@lemmy.world
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        83 months ago

        Oh. Fuck…you got the Odyssey G9 as well?

        In order for me to even taste the sweet potential of that monitor, I’m having to build a whole new computer. I’m dreading it.

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          173 months ago

          Hide the Pain Harold

          The best advice I can give you is to turn off the FPS counter. If the game feels like it’s stuttering, turn down the quality. If it feels fine during gameplay, don’t fuck with it, and under no circumstances should you enable an FPS counter or frame timing graph.

          If you’re anything like me and you do enable the FPS counter or frame timing graphs, you’ll spend more time optimizing performance than actually enjoying the game…

      • Cornpop
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        3 months ago

        I just built a new PC with a Ryzen 7800X3D CPU and a Radeon RX 7900 XTX GPU, loving it so far. 400fps with Counter-Strike 2 at max settings 1080p

          • Cornpop
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            3 months ago

            B650, wasn’t planing on OC and figured better to put the money to the CPU and GPU

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              13 months ago

              Great pick. The X670 and E variants are insanely overpriced for what they provide. People don’t need PCIE 5 when there aren’t even any non-SSD components that use it.

      • XIN
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        3 months ago

        I made an awful mistake of getting a 1440p OLED instead of the 540 and now a TN panel is going to be very difficult to get used to.