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last thing, how about the realtek drivers? are the ms ones once again suitable?
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Can anyone provide comments on how important (or not) it is in Windows 10 to disable all or most of the visual effects?

I recently turned everything off, except text smoothing, and noticed that my cursor felt more responsive.

I'm ready to dismiss this as placebo, but maybe everyone does this and I was just not aware?
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Do you have any evidence that onboard realtek audio causes input lag?

Seems impossible that manufacturers would not be aware and fix something like this.
Edited by RevanCorana - 6/29/16 at 3:13am
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I have a question about paging file that I want to ask you all. what I know already that you must having paging file no matter what, the question is where do you need it, I'll explain.

Having C:/ Sandisk SSD and F:/ Raid 0 Samsung x3 HDD and some games in C:\Gamez and games in F:\Gamez . as I have 3D TV I'm using Tridef and Nvidia 3Dvision compability mode not with nvidia glasses but the TV ones.


Now as I got my GTX1080 I thought I could disable paging file and play games. it was not the case.
As I have for example couple games . Lords of the Fallen , Call of Duty Special OPS III , GTA V on C:\Gamez , maybe running them in 2D works fine, but when I tried to use BOTH Tridef and 3Dvision they crashed saying I don't have enough memory, or just crashed. GTA V and CODSP III crashed the first 5-10 minutes, unplayable at all, but Lords of the Fallen actually played along in 3D and didn't crash for 15-20 minutes that I tested, but it just didn't crash at all.

now I had Paging file on F:\ the whole time but I played the games from C:\ and 2 of them heavy resources games crashed. I did run games from F:\ in 3D and they didn't crash, nore 2D.

My point is an answer with a question which is, you need to have Paging File at the minimum in some hardisk or SSD . the question is, does the page file needs to be on C:\ because it's the System partition or because I ran games from C:\ ? If I don't put paging file on F:\ and play heavy resources games, will it have issue saying I don't have enough memory because I play the game from F:\ ?

It's hard to explain but I mean, if we need paging file, does it mean we need paging file on all hardisks or SSD we play from or just the System Partition would be enough ?
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Mouse rater isn't as good. Also I would advice against downlo
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Do you have any evidence that onboard realtek audio causes input lag?

Seems impossible that manufacturers would not be aware and fix something like this.

Anything you add adds input lag. Even if it did add a lot of input lag (which it used to but I'm not sure now) most users won't notice so manufacturors don't care.
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Disabling the paging file is stupid unless you enjoy random BSODs and program/game crashes. Personally, I've found two 768MB paging files on each of my SSDs to be the optimal configuration, but that is with 16GB of RAM. If you have less or you use memory intensive applications often, I would be a lot more generous with the size. Also, I would recommend only putting it on SSD(s) if you have them. Yes, it will increase the wear on the SSD, but it won't be a measurable amount if you have a decent amount of RAM because it will be rarely used, and you want your system to be able to deal with the paging file as quickly as possible. The reason I have paging files on both of my SSDs is so that if one is currently performing a read or write, the other drive's paging file will still be available for quick access. When the system decides to read or write the paging file, it will query the paging files available on all drives and utilize whichever responds first.

Edit: I'm not on sure as this because I don't use partitions, but I think you want a paging file to be on the first partition of a disk with multiple partitions. And you definitely don't want multiple paging files on different partitions of the same drive.
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so there is better drivers than 344.11 for csgo?
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I prefer 347.09 Beta for slightly higher FPS, but 344.11 is good as well.
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thanks
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Mouse rater isn't as good. Also I would advice against downlo
Anything you add adds input lag. Even if it did add a lot of input lag (which it used to but I'm not sure now) most users won't notice so manufacturors don't care.

So what are you supposed then, not have sound at all? xD

the DPC latency doesn't seem to increase significantly with onboard audio enabled at least on my motherboard.

Maybe it's because it's a SupremeFX (rog motherboard)
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