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This is false.

Borderless windowed mode in Win7 = you can run without vsync.

Borderless windowed mode in Win8 = Vsync is forced on just like vsync is forced on at the desktop

I despise vsync enough where I can't even use an OS with it forced on for web browsing.

When you claim you can "turn it off", that involves killing Desktop Window Manager service and another service, which then makes your entire desktop and taskbar disappear and causing other problems. Win8 is not a gaming OS whatsoever.

I personally don't run any game in full screen mode unless forced to, only borderless.
You can automatically disable aero during gaming by just ticking the box in the desktop shortcut props, and have the best of both worlds.
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You can automatically disable aero during gaming by just ticking the box in the desktop shortcut props, and have the best of both worlds.

I don't think you can? The option to disable DWM in a program's properties was removed going from 7 to 8. At least it's not there for me if I look.
post #43 of 69
I use a pcie sound card and game on a 144hz monitor. With my 780ti I get 300fps consistently in game with net graph. I don't see any stuttering problems.
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Korean IPS panel until a 120hz panel comes out worth buying, which may or may not be the Asus 144hz 2560x1440.

I've used many TN panels before, and they all looked like garbage except the Samsung branded ones, so I would probably not buy one unless it was made by Samsung unless the other manufacturers somehow improved by 5000% all of a sudden.

Have you looked at a BenQ 144hz panels? They're really good imo. I personally do not like samsung panels.
post #45 of 69

No probs with my Xonar DX. DPC latency checks show no difference whatsoever.

   
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post #46 of 69
dpc 10-20 no spikes
with 3 different pci-e cards installed (ofcourse a xonar soundcard, too)

~officer placebo~ strikes again! thumb.gif
post #47 of 69
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dpc 10-20 no spikes
with 3 different pci-e cards installed (ofcourse a xonar soundcard, too)

~officer placebo~ strikes again! thumb.gif

Pretty much.
post #48 of 69
roatch by that logic all of the sata ports on your mobo that arnt linked to your south bridge+laggg if used grow up man you created a flame war thanks
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post #49 of 69
This is just... Ridiculous.
post #50 of 69
Hey... you guys criticizing might not know what's going on with Creative drivers if you never had a Creative card. I was always using that third-party kX Windows driver from that Russian (?) guy for my Soundblaster back in the day. Using Creative's original stuff was a headache.
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