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1.4v sounds like a good starting point for me.

My afterburner still only allows me to move the slider to a certain limit so im going to have to do a full reinstall of afterburner and get the old school sliders back to manyally set the clock.

What version of afterburner do you use now occam? I will get the same version to know that im definitely using the right version. Still 3.0?


Afterburner 4.3.0 Beta 14, with DX12 support but still beta... have to turn the overlay off for DX12 in ROTR, as it crashes the game but works well in DX11.

http://www.guru3d.com/files-get/msi-afterburner-beta-download,30.html


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Gsync is supposed to improve image quality, a strobing back-light also improves image quality BUT in monitors with both: Gsync will not work when strobing back-light is engaged. The importance of a strobing back light is greater than anything gsync is doing ( which in reality isn't much because all monitors already sync tongue.gif ). That in and of itself is pretty substantial. I could continue on to describe the shortfall's of LCD's in general and go on to explain why other types of displays don't require either gsync or strobing back light, CRT's for example or DLP projectors don't suffer from these design flaws. So the same company is marketing inferior displays and then charging you extra to attempt to fix the problem.
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Originally Posted by OccamRazor View Post

Afterburner 4.3.0 Beta 14, with DX12 support but still beta... have to turn the overlay off for DX12 in ROTR, as it crashes the game but works well in DX11.

http://www.guru3d.com/files-get/msi-afterburner-beta-download,30.html


Cheers

Occamrazor

cheers, downloading that version now! will report back with how i go! fingers crossed i can get it setup right lol thumb.gif

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Gsync is supposed to improve image quality, a strobing back-light also improves image quality BUT in monitors with both: Gsync will not work when strobing back-light is engaged. The importance of a strobing back light is greater than anything gsync is doing ( which in reality isn't much because all monitors already sync tongue.gif ). That in and of itself is pretty substantial. I could continue on to describe the shortfall's of LCD's in general and go on to explain why other types of displays don't require either gsync or strobing back light, CRT's for example or DLP projectors don't suffer from these design flaws. So the same company is marketing inferior displays and then charging you extra to attempt to fix the problem.

everyone knows gsync and ulmb dont work together, as far as im aware there not meant too as there different.

gsync is for reducing tearing. guess what! it works too thumb.gif

so not sure why you are flogging gsync when it does exactly what its meant to do confused.gif

i had a good friend upgrade his lcd rog to the ips rog and he was generous enough to donate his old 27" rog gsync to me. going from a standard 120hz 27" screen to this with gsync on made a big difference. but each to there own i suppose thumb.gif
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Part of that is the problem, moving to an ips isn't upgrading, the pixel response is slower and its transition from frame to frame is worse. Just trying to help from avoiding advertising propaganda, but I guess if you want to pay more for less that's your perogitive. Oleds also show some promise they should have fastest enough response times and crisp enough blacks to negate all this gsync garbage, longevity might be an issue though frown.gif
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Part of that is the problem, moving to an ips isn't upgrading, the pixel response is slower and its transition from frame to frame is worse. Just trying to help from avoiding advertising propaganda, but I guess if you want to pay more for less that's your perogitive. Oleds also show some promise they should have fastest enough response times and crisp enough blacks to negate all this gsync garbage, longevity might be an issue though frown.gif
OLED longevity will be soon no problem LG said in an interview that the new OLED Displays from them have 100.000h lifetime smile.gif.

EDIT: http://www.flatpanelshd.com/news.php?subaction=showfull&id=1465304750
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Hi,

can anybody PM me the skyn3t-vBios-1006 ? Can't get the link to work, and if it has to do something with my Account status, i don't wanna wait that long biggrin.gif

Thank you.
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Hi,

can anybody PM me the skyn3t-vBios-1006 ? Can't get the link to work, and if it has to do something with my Account status, i don't wanna wait that long biggrin.gif

Thank you.

i just tried to get it for you but i too get an error. server issues im guessing
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i just tried to get it for you but i too get an error. server issues im guessing

Thank you. I think I found it at Techpowerup, not sure if it's legit though.. the file Name is 174994.rom
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Hi,

can anybody PM me the skyn3t-vBios-1006 ? Can't get the link to work, and if it has to do something with my Account status, i don't wanna wait that long biggrin.gif

Thank you.

Here you go from my archives:

skyn3t-vBios-1006-350w-439w-125slide.zip 133k .zip file

Titan1006-vBios-P0-rev3.zip 270k .zip file

Titan1006-vBios-rev2.zip 136k .zip file

Not sure which suits you, so uploaded all three I had.
    
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Here you go from my archives:

skyn3t-vBios-1006-350w-439w-125slide.zip 133k .zip file

Titan1006-vBios-P0-rev3.zip 270k .zip file

Titan1006-vBios-rev2.zip 136k .zip file

Not sure which suits you, so uploaded all three I had.

Thank you very much. It seems to be an error with the overclock servers, since I get the same error with your files as I get with the files in the original post. I'll try again in a few days.
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