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yeah I also would reinstall your drivers, I ran into that problem before too.
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Thanks a lot guys, really helpful forum 24/7.
I think I'll hold out for upgrading my monitor, maybe some time later. For me my 1080P 23" asus is fine and great for gaming so far. Probably in the future I'll upgrade to some 120hz monitor.
And to the guy talking about SSD's, i still think that the prices aren't what I would call enough for me to decide to get one. The performance boost isn't enough compared to the price increase. I prefer to buy another F3 and put in in RAID 0 for 50 bucks more.
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Yeah ssd aren't all that. If it was for a laptop/netbook, sure, but for desktops, raid 0 is the way to go, more space and less money.
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