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post #61 of 66
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I have tried everything, i will replace the CPU and socket just incase, and return the mobo, im increadibly paranoid about the lga1155 right about now. If it doesnt work, nothing will.

Ill get back to you incase there are future users with the same issues.
post #62 of 66
try this? http://www.overclock.net/t/1372936/guide-disable-nvidia-scaling-and-reduce-input-lag#post_20680867
post #63 of 66
Probably it's processor's memory controller lagging. what else can it be
post #64 of 66
No, either cpu is defective and you will get errors on PRIME95 without any overclock, or it's ok. The scaling bull**** is also unrelated, you can delete all your resolutions with the Custom Resolution Utility (google it) except the native res and you will not have "monitor" in the scaling options anymore.
And anyway your gpu does like millions of insane calculation in a moment, scaling each frame isn't even 0.000000000001% of the calculations needed to render that frame, there is nothing special with the scaling calculation that would cause input lag, for example changing shadows quality by 1% would probably require more calculations ... Also why would the gpu scale so slow compared to a monitor. And how can it scale to the same resolution.
Sick of hearing that scaling bull**** from noobs biggrin.gif
post #65 of 66
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Originally Posted by gnrtb View Post

No, either cpu is defective and you will get errors on PRIME95 without any overclock, or it's ok. The scaling bull**** is also unrelated, you can delete all your resolutions with the Custom Resolution Utility (google it) except the native res and you will not have "monitor" in the scaling options anymore.
And anyway your gpu does like millions of insane calculation in a moment, scaling each frame isn't even 0.000000000001% of the calculations needed to render that frame, there is nothing special with the scaling calculation that would cause input lag, for example changing shadows quality by 1% would probably require more calculations ... Also why would the gpu scale so slow compared to a monitor. And how can it scale to the same resolution.
Sick of hearing that scaling bull**** from noobs biggrin.gif

Calm down kid. As you can see how much stuff he has tried, it doesn't hurt.
post #66 of 66
Thread Starter 

I have tried, to no success.

I was just at another friends house, that had almost the same compsetup that i have. (BUT I DIDNT KNOW UNTIL AFTER I HAD TRIED WITH MY MONITOR AND FELT THE LAG)

i5 3570k
gtx 560
corsairvengance
same mobo

I went there just to try things, i didnt know about his comp setup before going there, but i felt it, he didnt (he bought it just when the 3570k was launched when i asked him about it)

So either, its placebo as fck, or its the socket 1155lga thats producing something that others might not be aware of (crazy right),

But when HE (FRIEND2) went to my FIRST (the one that i tried the screen at first, that had no lag) friend, he thought that it was bull****, that FRIEND1s system was 10 times more responsive (FRIEND2's words, not accurate though) FRIEND1 has the 1150 socket

SO WHATS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THESE TWO SOCKETS? 1 is newer or what? OR AM I AND MY FRIENDS1 and 2 JUST CRAZY AS ****?!

Im GOING BUTT****INSANE HERE GUYS, HOW CAN IT BE THAT A SOCKET, OR THE ARCHITECTURE OF THE 1155 SOCKET IS BUILT WITH A DELAY?! OR IS IT PLACEBO?

BAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAH!
Edited by dahahanne - 3/10/14 at 8:16am
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