Okay and do I need a 8th gen processor for that? or will i get a boot with 9th gen?
Thanks y'all for the answers, I went with the i5 9600k. I also think it will do good enough of a job for gaming
i don't exactly know what the difference is but i think im dealing with in game video lag
I solved it! it were the two fans on the cooler, not one but two, they both made the same sound.
It's a nzxt h440
Sorry but what is a spring( sorry for bad english) and the sound is pretty loud so i don't think it's something small.
When i touch the on button.
And check if your on switch is correctly connect to the headers on your motherboard!
Check if the power supply has the switch on the back flipped to the ON position.
Buy the way, i reinstalled my os and all the problems got solved.
It still makes the noise :/
Okay, (its not a new system) i got some new parts
Should I try to reinstall the os?
Then I have big problems...
Okay I will try that
This is a nice build but: put your RAM in the right places, your gpu in the top slot, your cpu cooler on the left where the fan is now and mount to white fans on the top.
Because the H100I looks FREAKIN COOL I have it in my build to!
Thanks for the help, do you really think the new crimson driveres would solve the problems?
I still had screen tearing when I limited it to 58fps, when I also had vsync on the screentearing and the lag(drops) where gone. Im now going to install the latest crimson drivers for my amd r9 290.
rebooting means just restarting the pc? And I dont know what all my graphic card drivers are but is catalyst enough to uninstall?
I don't know what you mean with the crimson drivers but I have msi afterburner and with that I have limited my fps to 58, and I still had screen tearing. so I enabled vsync and that seemed to solved the problems. So limiting my fps to 58 and turning vsync on at the same time solved the problems
why limit the fps? would limiting the fps to 59 stop the input lag I have? I'll try to install those amd crimson drivers then
Nope I did not change any settings as far as I know. with drops I mean that its very low fps for 1 sec
Okay so I tested it without vsync and then its over 160fps but then there is the screentearing - with vsync on there is no screentearing but then there are drops even tough the fps stays on 60. weird huh? no programs at the background and the monitor is at 60 hertz. Should I consider a nvidia Gpu?
And where can I limit the fps on Msi afterburner?
So would a nvidia gpu solve the problem?
Nope just only the game. I wil try to turn off motion blurr
I have to try, one of the games i got the problem was counter-strike and counterstrike has an fps counter so I will try it on that when I come home.
Okay! that seems like a easy solution for screentearing
And if I install msi afterburner with 58 fps do I have to turn on vsync or not?
Im gaming on a benq rl2455hm
I think its set to 60 hertz, but im not sure, I have to check when I come home. Thanks. and the where can I see the fps games in steam such as counter strike and h1z1. should I download fraps?
my parts are in the description. and where can I set my refresh rate in Windows?
The weird thing is if I put v-sync on the games look laggy.
When would I have to partition and format it? If i was going to put my os on it?
? I already installed windows on another ssd.
Huh how can I partition and format? (Im a windows user btw) I dont know nothing about this. When i built my pc i didnt partiton it either.