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I posted it in madvr forum . it is 1 single important setting that should fix a lot of performance issues.

Whoever has windows 8.1 and windows 10 , do like that, it boosted my performance in Skyrim from 28 to 60+ . windows 8.1 and windows 10 are bugged with full of bad settings that worked in windows 7 just fine. In windows 7 I got 100+ fps in skyrim. even with LOW everything the FPS stayed 28 , no way it is possible with 970 GTX and 3770K 4.3 Ghz I will get this kind of fps. This setting from here http://www.ibtimes.co.uk/windows-10-...-speed-1516413 Fixed the issue. I will do it on my laptop 8.1 too and see how it improved things. it might fix stupid bugs in the media player that we use, because we use Exclusive mode and it's like gaming, should work the same. And don't forget to disable the Xbox DVR . from Start > Xbox DVR > Log in your account without password (you can skip the password) > Settings > Xbox DVR Recording .. > disable .
Should fix a lot of input lag and other things too
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Originally Posted by x7007 View Post

I posted it in madvr forum . it is 1 single important setting that should fix a lot of performance issues.

Whoever has windows 8.1 and windows 10 , do like that, it boosted my performance in Skyrim from 28 to 60+ . windows 8.1 and windows 10 are bugged with full of bad settings that worked in windows 7 just fine. In windows 7 I got 100+ fps in skyrim. even with LOW everything the FPS stayed 28 , no way it is possible with 970 GTX and 3770K 4.3 Ghz I will get this kind of fps. This setting from here http://www.ibtimes.co.uk/windows-10-...-speed-1516413 Fixed the issue. I will do it on my laptop 8.1 too and see how it improved things. it might fix stupid bugs in the media player that we use, because we use Exclusive mode and it's like gaming, should work the same. And don't forget to disable the Xbox DVR . from Start > Xbox DVR > Log in your account without password (you can skip the password) > Settings > Xbox DVR Recording .. > disable .
Should fix a lot of input lag and other things too

Link doesn't work.
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Link doesn't work.

This URL has the same ending, just page file things.

http://www.ibtimes.co.uk/windows-10-how-fix-sluggish-performance-boost-overall-system-speed-1516413
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Link doesn't work.

Ha sorry yes this is the link.
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This URL has the same ending, just page file things.

http://www.ibtimes.co.uk/windows-10-how-fix-sluggish-performance-boost-overall-system-speed-1516413

Edited by x7007 - 1/25/16 at 12:51am
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CS:GO poorly optimized and trash... now I've read it all. lachen.gif

I'd love to hear how I'm wrong, please elaborate.
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Just upgraded to Windows 10 last night and first latency test so far.
C-states/Speedstep/Eist/TurboBoost : enabled

Did nothing while it was running.

http://i.imgur.com/NkbSbWk.jpg
http://i.imgur.com/ZZ7dSIC.jpg
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I'm about to set up 3 monitors on my radeon HD 7870. It has a DVI-D, DVIi DualLink, HDMI and Displayport port. I want my main monitor to have the least latency possible, but it uses a VGA cable, so I will need an adapter for one of the ports. Currently I'm using only two monitors and the main one is set up on the DVI-I with an adapter. It won't work on DVI-D. Will HDMI or displayport with a VGA adapter possibly give me less output latency? Will there even be a difference? What about picture quality? (crt) thanks.
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And don't forget to disable the Xbox DVR . from Start > Xbox DVR > Log in your account without password (you can skip the password) > Settings > Xbox DVR Recording .. > disable .
Should fix a lot of input lag and other things too

I have no MS account. I don't understand why one would need an account to disable something.
Also, if I do not enable or start recording with "win+g" gaming toolbar, does this even have any effect?!

When I press "win+g" in CSGO to get into the gamebar setting the screen just flashes.
Edited by softskiller - 1/25/16 at 12:09pm
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I have no MS account. I don't understand why one would need an account to disable something.
Also, if I do not enable or start recording with "win+g" gaming toolbar, does this even have any effect?!

When I press "win+g" in CSGO to get into the gamebar setting the screen just flashes.

Read on it then. Itis enabled by default if you don't disable it and it is active by default if you don't turn it off
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I'd love to hear how I'm wrong, please elaborate.

CS:GO -> Runs at a playable frame rate on a freaking 2 watt Atom SOC on a tablet at near-HD resolution. Runs at like 300+ fps on mid-range desktops at HD resolutions. Overall flawless game, technically speaking.



Every other game out there (except the obvious ones) -> Struggles to run at playable frame rates on high-end desktop systems many years after its release. Has multiple other technical problems.



Recent AAA example:




CS:GO "poorly optimized", my ass on a bike. bike.gif
Edited by Trull - 1/25/16 at 3:04pm
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