I think I'll be sticking with Win10 for now including my new build. Will look at upgrading to Win11 in six months or so if there seems to be any advantages for a Ryzen build.I was planning on a fresh install of Windows over Christmas already. By then any potential gremlins with games and video drivers that might pop up should hopefully be ironed out.
Ah what a spew then. ~$2400 would have definitely been a bit more palatable. I might see if it drops below $2600 at some point.
I've massively cooled on this thing. Probably won't upgrade until I find a 34" 3440*1440 that is worth while.Deal: Samsung Odyssey G9 49" DQHD 240Hz QLED Monitor $1,999 Delivered @ Samsung Store, Store: Samsung, Category: Computingwww.ozbargain.com.au
As a retro gamer that has gotten back into gaming with a new xbox I can't tell the difference.whats the difference? I get how its more Hz but whats it like
This is why I wasn't too concerned when going from a 165hz 16:9 "down" to a 120hz 21:9. I'm a graphics whore so usually only hold 100fps +/-10% on the latest games on ultra anyway. As long as I've got gsync it's smooth, but I really notice when the game tanks fps below 60 and when that happens too often it's usually time to turn a setting or two down.I first went from 60hz to 75hz and that was a noticeable jump. I then tried 144hz and whilst it was that extra bit smoother, I didn't think it was worth the cost.
WeirdoUnless its somethign really obvious, like a side by side comparison of a crackling fire, I don't notice the difference bewtween 30, 60 or even playing rocket league at 120fps now. I will notice however if you take even one pixel away from my full HD or 4K resolution.