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|Wanted to do this last week. Got around to doing it now. Basically I show you how to pre-edit 60fps video/audio to play back at 60FPS in YouTube's HTML Player.
You'll need the following applications:
|Some SSD's have issues with Intel's Link Power Management system which is designed to be power efficient, but causes slowdowns, lag, and freezes on SSD's. If you've ever opened a folder or hit the start menu and had it not populate IMMEDIATELY, then you may be a victim of LPM! I show you how simple it is to disable it through the registry.
|Promised I'm going to be doing more videos! I'm not sure how many of you guys are aware of this...but you can get some pretty heavy discounts on official retail CD keys for games. My FIRST entry into this was with MW3. I had it on Xbox...and didn't feel I should pay full price just so I could play the same game on my PC. So I found this site that sold me a CD key for $23 for the Russian version. You could switch the language to English and play on all north American servers. You just needed to connect to a Ukrainian VPN when activating for the first time.
Anyway, I'm not covering the whole VPN/Russian Language File Download part. But I'm doing the simple "Click to buy. Enter CD Key in Origin/Steam" portion. Enjoy the video:
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HyperMatrix here. This is one of the reasons I want more use out of 120Hz.Net. We need a place for game reviews and optimizations for the 120Hz minded gamer! Not like the other review sites that will do a review in 720p and be happy with anything over 30fps. And that's why I'm thankful for Whitespider and his list of games with performance/fps issues and possible fixes.
I decided to make an article out of this as I find this to be quite a big one...and likely quite beneficial to many people considering how popular Crysis 3 is. This helps with those of us who are CPU capped. So if your GPU is sitting at less than 100% and you have low framerate, this will let your GPU do more work and subsequently give you more fps.
This does NOT involve overclocking. However, it DOES involve Over-Working. Running on my i7 3770k at 4.949Ghz (I know...ever so slightly short of 5Ghz), and current Triple-SLI GTX 680 system, in a particular scene my CPU usage was at 85% and my GPU usage was at 45%-50%, while getting 69-72 FPS. After this fix, GPU usage jumped to 65% and FPS jumped to 88-92FPS. That's a 28% increase. Anyway, click below and watch the video for details:
|This is a rather big announcement here:
I just discovered that with Nvidia's newest 314.09 drivers, made specially for Titan, monitor overclocking is back! The 330Mhz limit appears to have been dropped!
You can download the drivers here: http://www.nvidia.com/object/win8-wi...ql-driver.html
To use this driver on non-Titan cards just drop this .inf into the installation directory created after the driver unzips.
I can also report higher FPS in all games and better overclocks!
+1 Nvidia for paying attention to us.