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by boon
23 Aug 2019, 21:03
Forum: Input Lag
Topic: Apex Legends Input Lag/Stutters/FSO Issues
Replies: 19
Views: 6613

Re: Apex Legends Input Lag/Stutters/FSO Issues

I've been using this monitor at 160fps on apex with a crappy cpu, but good ram and gpu. The ram is limited to about 3800mhz due to the cpu, a 7600k @ 4.9ghz (4core, 4 thread), and a 1080. There are good tweaks to be found in this video, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V37ADYWPbcs . I use the adaptiv...
by boon
07 Aug 2019, 21:37
Forum: General — Displays, Graphics & More
Topic: Acer claims its new gaming monitors can achieve up to a 0.2m
Replies: 13
Views: 1895

Re: Acer claims its new gaming monitors can achieve up to a

How would you stop the UI on your game from burning in? If there was a way to toggle the UI on/off, I would totally go with an OLED gaming monitor.
by boon
07 Aug 2019, 21:35
Forum: General — Displays, Graphics & More
Topic: XF252Q Up on Amazon!
Replies: 63
Views: 10418

Re: XF252Q Up on Amazon!

Just bought it. I really wanted the 240hz ULMB, and it was in my price range. Upgrading from a 120hz Benq xl2410t, so I don't have much experience with high refresh rate nor Motion blur reduction.
by boon
07 Aug 2019, 15:04
Forum: Input Lag
Topic: Apex Legends Input Lag/Stutters/FSO Issues
Replies: 19
Views: 6613

Re: Apex Legends Input Lag/Stutters/FSO Issues

Thanks I'll check it out. As for the disabling full screen optimisation, does that also not work for you? There are a lot of other little tweaks that I've used for other games to varying success. -The disabling of full screen optimizations/dpi scaling in properties. -Disabling shader cache in nvidi...
by boon
06 Aug 2019, 06:05
Forum: Input Lag
Topic: Apex Legends Input Lag/Stutters/FSO Issues
Replies: 19
Views: 6613

Re: Apex Legends Input Lag/Stutters/FSO Issues

A lot of stuttering occurs when windows fills up your ram with useless standby memory that doesn't get deleted like it's supposed to. Hit ctrl+shift+escape (for task manager), go to the performance tab, click resource monitor, go to the memory tab. You can see the standby memory currently allocated....