I just learned about it then. I don't know about others.
It works! There is still some tearing when I look at ships flying overhead in nms, but I bet that with some more tweaking I could get it to near 0.
Thanks. Free sync is only compatible with AMD gpus, so I do get screen tearing, BUT almost every decently made PC game has a v-sync option that almost completely removes the tearing. The only problem I've encountered with this is that not many games support vsync with triple buffering. Vsync without triple buffering can result in 30 fps caps even if you're gpu can handle much more. However I believe that you can create game files with triple buffering within the GeForce app. I have not tried this yet, but I am going to today. I'll let you know how it goes. No Man's Sky and Star Citizen are the only two games I've had this problem with so far (and star citizen might be another issue, i haven't figured it out yet). Overall I am very happy with the display. It does have a VESA mount dispite what PCPP says, and it has a very crisp and bright image.
It's amazing. My last computer was a crappy dell laptop and the speed of this is ludicrous compared to that. I can run many games at 4k and almost all at 1440p. The Samsung SSD was definitely a worthy investment and I'm probably going to buy an m.2 ssd in the future to expand my ssd storage. This summer I'm probably going to get a job and I'll use the money to get a 1080Ti or an 1180 (if they come out)
It's a great case. It has a relatively small form factor and it's easy to hide cables, but the two fans that it comes with are a bit on the loud side.
I have not put the CPU under full load yet, but I get around 30-40 while gaming. The 1070 stays at about 75 at 100% load. I will upload better pics soon. These were just the few I had on my phone. O_o
I love the tri-color theme.
You must like burning your wallet.
Can we see a picture of the chinchillas posing with the PC? :D
The dive names. XD