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Solved Acer x27 monitor

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by idontknow25, Nov 13, 2019.

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  1. idontknow25

    idontknow25 Thread Starter

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    So i bought this new monitor, but the problem i have with this is that when i run any games it feels weird, i don't know how to explain it, but i'd rather play with much cheaper monitor if i can't fix this. So my question is what are the best settings for this monitor for gaming? Because the default settings are horrible. Should i play 1920x1080 144hz or 3840x2160 82hz with 200% scale and layout, in both cases it feels laggy. with the 3840x2160 feels even more laggy
    Acer X27 Predator
     
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  2. bassfisher6522

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    That all depends on what kind of a GPU you have?
     
  3. idontknow25

    idontknow25 Thread Starter

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    You mean that my pc is not good enough ? or what
     
  4. bassfisher6522

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    The hardware (GPU) needs to support the different refresh rates and resolutions settings. With out any system specs.....it's just a guessing game.
     
  5. idontknow25

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    Sorry i forgot. Do you need anything else?
     

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  6. crjdriver

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    You have a nvidia 2070 card and the native res for your monitor is 3840 x 2160 @120hz. That is what you should be using. The monitor does support 144hz however that is overclocked.
    Make you you are using the latest nvidia [not windows] video driver. Then set the res referenced above.
     
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  7. idontknow25

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    thank you !
     
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    You are welcome. Do be sure you are using a nvida driver and not a windows driver. Windows drivers are not designed for any type of performance.
     
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