I am using Aster for my multiseat needs. There are limitations to which games you can run multiple instances of but otherwise its great.
I can second the Toshiba P300 series but watch out that you buy a drive that is using CMR and not SMR.
Is it just me or NVCP based Sharpening is broken again in Warzone?
On the monitoring tab (2nd screenshot) you must check "show in on-screen display" for every item you want to be displayed in game via RTSS OSD.
Hey! Had the exact same problem! Here is how I solved it on my end:
I set scaling to GPU and enable override scaling then create a custom...
Here is what I would do:
Reset the NVIDIA Warzone profile to default and don't touch it, you should not set AF there as others suggested, and ULL...
Thanks for the tests!
It is quite interesting that while the averages are similar, the 1.0% and 0.1% lows are in some cases so much lower that...
So while I was installing my new CM Seidon 240V AIO and was cleaning the CPU I saw that one of the pins on the motherboard is slightly bent. After...
Both are correct, the only difference is that the bios lacks the powersaving features so the cpu runs at the set voltage at max speed.
Speed shift ( or hardware P-states) requires 3 thing:
A compatible cpu: skylake and up and most likely Zen and up
A compatible os: modern Linux...
Thats not possible post Ivy.
But you can still do the non-K overclock thing with skylake if you buy a compatible motherboard.
Hi! I built multiple skylake based system this year and in 2015.
I picked boards from the 4 biggest brands and what I found for myself is the...
I would try DSR to increase gpu only load and see if it increases gpu usage then lower my resolution to see if it increases cpu load and fps, the...
Seen this behaviour under Win10 as well as Win8.1 (Currently running 8.1)
So I have a i7-6700 non K with an asrock z170 extreme4 board and what I've noticed is quite interesting I think.
So for those who...
Did you tried reseting the bios? Flashing the newest one, moving the sticks to different slots?
If so it might be a damaged memory controller.
Change the coordinate space from viewport to framebuffer in RTSS.
This is very interesting actually. Keep us posted!
All of the above
Yeah, thats true.
As for the pads, I think if they dried once they will dry again. I think monitoring the temperatures should be enough to see...