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post #1 of 21 (permalink) Old 04-07-2019, 05:13 PM - Thread Starter
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Best Windows 10 Build for Gaming Latency/Perf

Hello, What build of W10 do you guys consider the best for absolute gaming performance/latency? I'm concerned with the Timer Resolution and Exclusive Fullscreen Mode implementation, along with all the other crap M$ continues to push. I'll be disabling Windows Updates/Defender/Indexing etc. since this build is only for extreme gaming.
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Build 1804 provides best performance
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Quote: Originally Posted by OCPG View Post
Hello, What build of W10 do you guys consider the best for absolute gaming performance/latency? I'm concerned with the Timer Resolution and Exclusive Fullscreen Mode implementation, along with all the other crap M$ continues to push. I'll be disabling Windows Updates/Defender/Indexing etc. since this build is only for extreme gaming.
Build 1804 provides best performance
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Build 1804 provides best performance
Based on? Compared to?

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Based on? Compared to?
Difference are minor like, nvme ssd read+write, system startup time, stuttering or fps dips.
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Then there is literally no difference, SSDs readouts are affected by Spectre/Meltdown patches which you can easily disable.

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Quote: Originally Posted by Hydroplane View Post
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Is there much difference compared to just disabling the Windows Store/Uninstalling Builtin Apps/Disabling Updates? I mean is it really worth the effort of buying a key off ebay?

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Then there is literally no difference, SSDs readouts are affected by Spectre/Meltdown patches which you can easily disable.
I should have mentioned I will be disabling Spectre/Meltdown patches with (https://www.grc.com/inspectre.htm).
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