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  1. Meanwhile, Steam has a Ubisoft Publisher sale going with things like AC: Odyssey on sale for $24
  2. This movie was amazing and better than it had any right to be.
  3. I have no idea where to post this anymore, but, I'm about to throw one of my 980 Tis on eBay, they seem to go for around $250-300 shipped, if anyone here wants it, it'll just be $210 shipped (feel free to make a (realistic) offer as well). Figured I'd offer it up here before going the eBay route. It's an MSI 980 ti Gaming 6g Golden Edition: https://us.msi.com/Graphics-card/GTX-980-Ti-GAMING-6G-GOLDEN-EDITION.html I never OCed it as it comes pre-OCed to more-or-less what's considered the "max" a 980 Ti can get to on air cooling. I used it in an SLI configuration with an nVidia branded 980 Ti (which underclocked it to match the stock speed of nVidia one). If no one wants it by Friday, to eBay she goes
  4. Hopefully the screens are no longer that Pentile BS
  5. Oddly enough, nVidia added HDMI 2.0 (and thus HDR) on the 9xx series where AMD was still using HDMI 1.4 I didn’t even know there was a 1.2 and 1.2a for DP, but after googling a bit it sounds like 1.2a’s difference is vital to Freesync operation, which explains why Freesync won’t work on anything below a 1xxx series.
  6. It may have to do with the fact that the 980 Ti and below have 1.2 (or lower) DP outs, but I don't know if that would be a limiting factor for Freesync vs GSync. (GSync is hardware based in the monitor itself, while Freesync is software based and, theoretically, could require more bandwidth - but I have no idea) But, yea, it's nVidia being nVidia most likely.
  7. Welp. Deal with it, because that's something the tech guys here should fix, not me.
  8. It's normal for me? And I'm not using it anyway. EDIT: I thought I had it disabled, but maybe not?
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