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I knew i should buy a 980 ti and not 1080
post #722 of 1679
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Originally Posted by bugsixx View Post

I knew i should buy a 980 ti and not 1080
I'd be hesitant about any Pascal too. Nvidia says the problems are system related, so if my 1080 isn't affected then I should be okay with another one for SLI, but who the hell knows for sure. Was gonna add another 1080 FE but I'm holding off till next 2-3 whql drivers at least to see what happens.
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Originally Posted by bugsixx View Post

I knew i should buy a 980 ti and not 1080

I am sure it will be fixed in drivers but the problems now have been since launch which is what over 2 months now

I am sat here now testing one of the pc's with a 980 ti and its running perfectly as soon as i place any 10 series back in i get the random hiccups

The 980ti is a solid card but its more like the drivers that have matured with it

Not impressed with these 10's
post #724 of 1679
so, what's the correct way to test latency with latency monitor if
you only have one monitor ????

just wondering ...
post #725 of 1679
The problem with testing on one monitor is that alt-tabbing causes DPC latency spikes. So either you're going to have to play windowed on a single monitor or you're going to have to have a 2nd monitor running the DPC latency applications on there.
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I am really regretting buying this card now. The performance in a perfect environment, aka 3dmark, is fantastic. However I can't get the frame hitching to stop in CSGO no matter what the bloody hell I try. I mean at least as a byproduct of trying to get rid of DPC latency I now have managed to find new drivers I wasn't aware of, kill a lot of unnecessary Windows bloatware and processes as well as dropped my base DPC latency across the board. But daddy just wants his silky smooth CSGO gaming back. Its the only game I play that I really care about. Ironically everything else I have tried runs perfectly smooth. This is cray cray.

Of one thing I am 100% certain. There isn't a chance in hell Nvidia is getting my money again. Fool me once shame on you, fool me twice shame on me. I should have held off till big Vega came out as I was going to do.
post #727 of 1679
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Originally Posted by Joenc View Post

so, what's the correct way to test latency with latency monitor if
you only have one monitor ????

just wondering ...
seeing if the gameplay is perfectly smooth is one way I prefer.
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the conclusion he makes about his pc being a mess might be the one explaining why I haven't seen this issue even before the hotfix. I dida a fresh install in February, and I'm generally very pedantic about keeping the programs down to minimum, meaning I think twice before I install sth and I don't use very much additional software,rather keeping it down to what is considered basic stuff.
post #730 of 1679
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Originally Posted by Klocek001 View Post

the conclusion he makes about his pc being a mess might be the one explaining why I haven't seen this issue even before the hotfix. I dida a fresh install in February, and I'm generally very pedantic about keeping the programs down to minimum, meaning I think twice before I install sth and I don't use very much additional software,rather keeping it down to what is considered basic stuff.

Yes agree

DPC latency is a great tool as i use it in my DAW builds in fact all builds as a monitoring ...its great for a base line as you install drivers / hardware one after another

You would expect the review sites to use it ?

Andtech do for there motherboards
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