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    intel 13th and 14th gen xx900 and xx700 may have defective cores causing crashes in gaming

    No issues with my 13700K so far, I enabled CPU Lite Load (9) in the bios though, everything else is at default. Played all the games Tomshardware mentioned. TLOU2 shader compilation ran at least 5-7 times due to driver updates and it was never an issue. My core clock in games is always at 5327Mhz.
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    Overclocking my 4090 FE?

    The 57" Odyssey has VRR so there should not be any jerkiness. At least if we are talking about normal FPS fluctuations and not frametime spikes/issues.
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    Overclocking my 4090 FE?

    445 watts in MW3? How much more is that compared to undervolting? 150-180 watts? I will never understand this. Where is the actual benefit? This game already runs at 120fps on average. Who cares about some dips with GSYNC/VRR? It won't make you a better player. Imagine turning on like 20-30 LED...
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    Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora

    I don't like the nighttime and weather where they tried to simulate a foggy night? The image looks so soft and blurry then. I first thought this was a bug lol Edit: Or maybe it is a bug? I'm so confused. It looks weirdly bad.
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    New Avatar PC Game Has a Hidden 'Unobtainium' Graphics Setting Targeting Future GPUs

    Specular Reflections at Unobtanium max settings is the main FPS killer by far. I'm losing 28FPS (80 to 52) going from very high to max. It seems to increase the resolution of the reflection. You can see this when you stare on the water and look for plants reflections for example. I don't see a...
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    Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora

    I put my nose on my 77" OLED, comparing back and forth and I just can't see a big difference in overall sharpness 🤷‍♂️ For FSR3 you need to lock the FPS, otherwise it will introduce stuttering, more or less depending on the scene. I you don't mind the HUD/Map artifacts, FSR3 in combination with...
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    Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora

    Hm, I noticed FSR FrameGen is causing weird frametime issues which can lead to stuttering, more or less depending on the scene. I only really noticed this once it was nighttime and not in the beginning of the game. I have locked my FPS to 70 now and that fixes it. I have read that in Resetera...
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    Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora

    You can use it ingame.
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    Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora

    What is going on with your GPU frametimes? My graphs are flat in comparison: 4K, ultra preset, DLSS quality / DLSS ultra quality (scaling method: fixed!) Btw, there is a way to unlock "overdrive" aka "Unobtanium" settings...
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    Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora

    I'm impressed with FSR3 in this game. Playing with DLDSR @ 5760*3240 + FSR quality and just got to the forest. Around 80fps there with FSR3 and it looks great. I can't see any extra smearing compared to DLSS. Only downside is the transparent mission UI/HUD which shows artifacts, but this should...
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    Grand Theft Auto VI Trailer

    You are one edgy fella :woot:
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    Grand Theft Auto VI Trailer

    What the hell. I could not disagree more. Go play GTA 5 again.
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    The Last of Us: Part II

    Yeah, at 8K + DLSS quality.
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    The Last of Us Part II

    It will, certain as death and taxes.
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    RoboCop: Rogue City

    I see slow texture loading issues nearly everywhere. What a shitshow.
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    Alan Wake 2

    Nope, at least not at max settings: https://cdn.mos.cms.futurecdn.net/8Zh6PJRHETmywPR5Bdy9AH-1200-80.png.webp But maybe by turning down other settings: https://www.reddit.com/media?url=https%3A%2F%2Fi.redd.it%2Fzqkv1wn346yb1.jpg
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    What kind of gaming PC can I get for $2,300?

    Wow, the budget limit escalated quickly :ROFLMAO:
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    What kind of gaming PC can I get for $2,300?

    Worst recommendation ever.
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    Alan Wake 2

    People with a 4090 need to focus on DLDSR. I played Dead Space with DLDSR + DLSS quality. DLDSR + DLSS looks always better than native resolution + TAA.
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    Alan Wake 2

    Which location?
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    Alan Wake 2

    Yep.
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    Alan Wake 2

    Yes.
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    Alan Wake 2

    Runs very well so far, tested the forest and city in the beginning of the game. Playing with DLDSR @ 5120 x 2880 (DLDSR sharpness slider at 60) and DLSS performance completely maxed out + frame generation. To my surprise compared to 4K + DLSS quality I lose 20fps, although internal rending is...
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    Alan Wake 2

    🤣 Fair enough. By the way, two scenes say nothing at all. A GPU without mesh support could crash at any time, like it was mentioned when the warning showed up.
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    Alan Wake 2

    Yeah low FPS, that's what to be expected, but it is at least playable if the frametimes are OK. I'm not familiar with mesh shaders, but I suspect that they might be used more often in the city scene than in the forest scene and that's why the frametimes on GPUs without mesh shader support go...
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    Alan Wake 2

    If I look at the frametimes the 3060 seems to run significantly better lol
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    Alan Wake 2

    NO developer in their right mind would have listed these cards within the minimum specs if you look at this horrible performance. Remedy did everything right.
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    Alan Wake 2

    And what difference does that make in the end?
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    Alan Wake 2

    https://twitter.com/dark1x/status/1717553423397130306 "What are your thoughts on the slight oil painting look that ray reconstruction adds to the visuals of a path traced scene?" "It doesn’t add that to Alan Wake 2. It’s a Cyberpunk issue." Holy shit? :eek:
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    Alan Wake 2

    https://twitter.com/dark1x/status/1717532308402565274 "On top of this, I fired it up on my PC and had no stutters, no traversal hitching, super fast loading - it felt perfect. Not a single hiccup to ruin the experience from the very first moment I pressed play. It's rare to have such a positive...
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    4090 - lots of weird pop in

    Just tested 1080p too. No weird pop-in, but damn does it look bad. Especially with Ray Reconstruction. It looks so disgusting. Pure oil paint everywhere with intense ghosting.
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    4090 - lots of weird pop in

    Yeah, that is definitely not normal. I just checked it at the same location and it looks all good. Have you checked the files? Right click on the game in GOG, installation - check/repair files.
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    Alan Wake 2

    Man, I can't wait. This looks insane. Art style and path tracing complement each other.
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    The Lords of the Fallen

    I'm using a strength + radiant build with weapon "bloody glory" max upgraded + "radiant weapon" magic buff. The damage is insane. Makes the rest of the game super easy.
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    The Lords of the Fallen

    Very weird. Nearly 30hours in and not a single crash for me, except one in the very beginning after the opening cutscene.
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    The Lords of the Fallen

    Yeah, definitely some sort of occasional traversal/loading stutter.
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    The Lords of the Fallen

    No, that was all. I'm playing with DLDSR @ 5120*2880 + DLSS quality and RTSS set to 70fps. Are you seeing big stuttering every 5-10sec? Ingame it shows reflex is on but greyed out for me.
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    The Lords of the Fallen

    Sorry to hear that. It runs very smooth on my rig. Nice video, crazy skills.
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    The Lords of the Fallen

    A new patch just came in: https://steamdb.info/patchnotes/12438768/ They deactivated FrameGen temporarily because of crashes. Lol, I never had one in the past 8 hours with FG. But the game feels smoother now, clearly less microstuttering while panning the camera in the main hub (Skyrest). My...
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    The Lords of the Fallen

    Just defeated the first boss and no major issues so far. Playing with DLDSR + maxed out settings + frame generation. Everyone playing without frame generation need to cap the fps with RTSS (driver fps cap should work too) in order to get smooth frametimes. Ingame FPS limiter does nothing for...
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