Uh, hi. Audio isn't supposed to cut out on expensive high end electronic equipment. There is no 99% of the time. It either works or it doesn't. If it happens in the middle of the movie a huge cleaveland steamer just got laid on your chest tarnishing the experience. The whole point of spending a...
The fact that any advertised feature in $2,000 video cards doesn't work and can BE a "low priority" to begin with says it all.
There shouldn't be any priorities. The features you advertise either work or they don't.
I think that's what irritates me about Nvidia. If something isn't a meat and potatoes feature, it's fine for it to be broken indefinitely. The bottom line is that they sold video cards that supposedly support HDMI 2.1, and it basically doesn't work.
Another new Nvidia driver released today and HDMI 2.1 Dolby Atmos dropout still hasn't been fixed. Auto HDR is still broken.
They sell $2,000 video cards that don't work. No one talks about it because they want to keep getting free review samples because Nvidia WILL blackball you if you...
I find it odd and amusing that you say it's "almost as responsive" as a fast TN panel. Uh, OLED should have LESS input lag than any TN panel. What the fuck is going on? OLED seems to be absurdly underperforming given what it's supposedly capable of. Aren't OLED panels supposed to be WAY faster...
It's absolutely ridiculous that there's basically zero consumer choice when it comes to displays.
Cell phones ruined everything. No one cares about computer displays anymore.
We should be at the point where you can literally select the exact screen size and aspect ratio you want and have an...
I'm pretty convinced that virtually no one on the planet actually tries to use any of these niche/advanced features with each other, because it seems like whenever you try to use them, nothing works, and yet you don't see anyone on the internet complaining about it.
You let other people be guinea pigs and buy hardware combinations confirmed to be working by other people on the internet. It's not hard. That's some of the best advice anyone would ever get with building pcs on the internet, yet none of these streamer/vod scumbags will ever just say it.
Clickbait crap. There's nothing to be concerned about, and if you just buy good PSUs that are compatible with whatever GPU you buy, you're not going to have any problems.
I'm getting really bored of these scumbag patreon beggars.