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post #8981 of 9222 (permalink) Old 09-21-2019, 07:45 AM
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I benched Gears 5 with 2100Mhz and 2175Mhz at 1440p. its like 1 fps. 115 vs 116.
It really depends on the game and if you're CPU bound or not. I assume you mean 1 FPS when comparing the maximum FPS numbers. IMHO minimum FPS is actually more important especially in FPS multiplayer games. Almost every game will benefit from a GPU OC for min FPS. You're seldom CPU bound at the lower end of the FPS range.

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If you play FPS games 144 Hz is absolutely the way to go, and I would even suggest avoiding 4K completely if you're at all competitive. I've been on 144 Hz since 2013. My first 144 Hz monitor was an ASUS VG278, it was epic at the time but pretty old now. I currently own two 144 Hz monitors: A Predator Z35 21:9 35" (can run at 200 Hz but I run the native 144 Hz) and a Samsung CHG70 16:9 32" (144 Hz native). I have my eye on the new LG 38" coming out soon:

https://www.lg.com/us/monitors/lg-38...gaming-monitor

It's going to be very pricey but initial reviews seem very good. There is one up on YouTube.

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Philips is supposedly launching a 4k/120hz monitor thats under $1000 in 1st quarter 2020. Its the first piece of tech on my list for the year. There is way too many issues with the asus monitor for me to go near it.


*Anyone not able to hit near 100% gpu usage playing Subnautica? Mine hovers around 50-60% for some reason and frames 40 or so. Vsync off and there is no frame cap option for the game. Gaming @ 4k. The game itself is the not most optimized and stable. Probably the worst game to gauge a card with sadly. I also know frames tanks the longer you play it. Even with a game reinstall, i still get frame/performance issue. Weird.

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I benched Gears 5 with 2100Mhz and 2175Mhz at 1440p. its like 1 fps. 115 vs 116.
Yeap can confirm, not much difference between those clocks.
And also the mins are looking the same. Maybe 1 or 2 FPS on averages but nothing more...

Don't know what's happening but my FPS is fluctuating between 80-140. only playing versus. GPU usage is around 60%!

1440p @ Ultra.

No stuttering or anything bad but those fluctuations. Tried many things. No luck so far. How about yours?

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It really depends on the game and if you're CPU bound or not. I assume you mean 1 FPS when comparing the maximum FPS numbers. IMHO minimum FPS is actually more important especially in FPS multiplayer games. Almost every game will benefit from a GPU OC for min FPS. You're seldom CPU bound at the lower end of the FPS range.
Its the average fps number from the benchmark
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If you play FPS games 144 Hz is absolutely the way to go, and I would even suggest avoiding 4K completely if you're at all competitive. I've been on 144 Hz since 2013. My first 144 Hz monitor was an ASUS VG278, it was epic at the time but pretty old now. I currently own two 144 Hz monitors: A Predator Z35 21:9 35" (can run at 200 Hz but I run the native 144 Hz) and a Samsung CHG70 16:9 32" (144 Hz native). I have my eye on the new LG 38" coming out soon:

https://www.lg.com/us/monitors/lg-38...gaming-monitor

It's going to be very pricey but initial reviews seem very good. There is one up on YouTube.
But is 144Hz really sharper than 60Hz monitors during animations? Can I enjoy the greater refresh rate even in slower games?

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Yeap can confirm, not much difference between those clocks.
And also the mins are looking the same. Maybe 1 or 2 FPS on averages but nothing more...

Don't know what's happening but my FPS is fluctuating between 80-140. only playing versus. GPU usage is around 60%!

1440p @ Ultra.

No stuttering or anything bad but those fluctuations. Tried many things. No luck so far. How about yours?
I haven't tried multiplayer in Gears, only single player. The game run butter smooth. In game is get around 130-144fps(144hz cap) , the benchmark is a bit taxing.
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is there a BIOS for EVGA 2080ti XC Ultra with fanstop disabled? I can't stand the noise of constant turning off and on of both fans. Fancurve is not a solution for me because I use sometimes Linux on my PC.

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But is 144Hz really sharper than 60Hz monitors during animations? Can I enjoy the greater refresh rate even in slower games?
You won't appreciate 144 Hz as much with RTS and MMO games, although in WoW I felt it was better. FPS and third-person (Tomb Raider/The Division style games) will benefit the most.

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I know the Cyberpunk demo a few months back was running with a 2080Ti. 1080p/RT on if I wasn't mistaken? I may not turn on RT if its that much of a performance hit. I hope CDPR can optimize RT as much as possible.

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