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post #21 of 34
update driver using snappy driver
post #22 of 34
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update driver using snappy driver

Make sure it's the snappy driver with the 1:1 raw feeling patch.
Edited by uaokkkkkkkk - 12/11/17 at 12:16am
post #23 of 34
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Originally Posted by Nawafwabs View Post

update driver using snappy driver

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Originally Posted by uaokkkkkkkk View Post

Make sure it's the snappy driver with the 1:1 raw feeling patch.

I’ve never heard anyone having to do this. O_o
post #24 of 34
Probably trolling you.
post #25 of 34
r0ach is doing that as well, so I'm pretty sure it's legit
post #26 of 34
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r0ach is doing that as well, so I'm pretty sure it's legit

Well, latencymon is actually a good tool to track down issues with faulty drivers and snappydriver is a great tool for finding drivers (open source). DPS latency tools were used long before by production audio/video professionals to track down dropouts, audio pops, etc. The problem with r0ach, is that he tells people to disable 200 bios options and windows settings because he thinks he can feel the difference between them being on/off. While some of it can help, most of what he tells you to disable is bs. Apparently he's supernatural and can feel the difference between 100 nanoseconds and 10 nanoseconds through his mouse. biggrin.gif
Edited by gene-z - 12/11/17 at 8:03pm
    
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i5 2500k, 4.2ghz @ stock voltage asus gene-z evga 1060 sc gskill 2x4gb ddr3 1866mhz 
Hard DriveOSMonitorKeyboard
samsung ssd 830 256gb w10 pro x64 dell s2417dg g-sync @ 165hz pok3r mx silent 
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post #27 of 34
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Well, latencymon is actually a good tool to track down issues with faulty drivers and snappydriver is a great tool for finding drivers (open source). DPS latency tools were used long before by production audio/video professionals to track down dropouts, audio pops, etc. The problem with r0ach, is that he tells people to disable 200 bios options and windows settings because he thinks he can feel the difference between them being on/off. While some of it can help, most of what he tells you to disable is bs. Apparently he's supernatural and can feel the difference between 100 nanoseconds and 10 nanoseconds through his mouse. biggrin.gif

He uses the way of the force then?
post #28 of 34
Thread Starter 
might of found something. with a cpu frequency monitoring command in CS my ghz on my 8700k is shooting up and down all over the place from anything in between ranges 4.2 - 4.8ghz and is really inconsistent. my 6600k is exactly 3.710ghz in game and never drops below or above no matter whats happening. maybe that would explain the way more consistent feeling on my old comp. idk.
post #29 of 34
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might of found something. with a cpu frequency monitoring command in CS my ghz on my 8700k is shooting up and down all over the place from anything in between ranges 4.2 - 4.8ghz and is really inconsistent. my 6600k is exactly 3.710ghz in game and never drops below or above no matter whats happening. maybe that would explain the way more consistent feeling on my old comp. idk.

Did you already disable cpu core parking? If you didn't give it a shot!
post #30 of 34
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update :

I decided to put the ram from my old pc into my new pc and it instantly feels the same as my old pc now. its great. I don't know why I didn't think of this earlier.

I replaced my new corsair vengeance lpx 16gb 3000mhz with my old avexir 16gb 2400mhz ddr4 and everything feels amazing again.

I guess I'll just return this ram!
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