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Apple is not a microprocessor company, nor does Apple want to toss its hat in with the likes of Intel, NVIDIA, Qualcomm and TI as an SoC maker. History has shown us that the only way to be a successful microprocessor company is to be able to subsidize the high cost of designing a powerful architecture over an extremely large install base. That's why x86 survived, and it's why the ARM business model works.




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The output of your video resolution can have a significant impact on the quality of your live stream and the performance of Streamlabs Desktop. For example, streaming at 1080p vs 720p will double the number of pixels, meaning your computer will be using more resources.


Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice is an incredibly challenging game, and a lot of the time you have to either upgrade skills or purchase items from vendors. While it's easy to gather coins by defeating enemies, experience is hard to come by because the majority of enemies only grant around 11 to 20 points. Luckily, that's not always the case.


I was just asked by my 72 year old ex to increase only the font size on his iMAC, which I encouraged him to buy for the Retina display. Now, three hours later, I am reading this thread and shocked that Apple has not offered an option to change font size system wide without sacrificing the Retina display benefits. What a thoughtless bunch they must be. I IMAGINE THEY ARE ALL TOO YOUNG AND TOO UNIMPAIRED TO NEED ACCOMMODATION.Apple, consult those with disabilities to fine tune your system rather than discriminating against them.


I agree, the font readability and visibility is terrible on Mac and Apple does not seem to care. Reading the Mac screen gives me a headache. Using a smaller resolution is the only option for the tiny system fonts, it makes them bigger but makes everything else bigger too.


I am no font designer but it seems that not only the size but the darkness (contrast?) leads to some difficulty in reading. I am not the only Mac user who would like a truly black font. Bring back Chicago!


Sekiro's Antialiasing Application option is another frame rate hogger, and switching this off (it's only ever either 'On' or 'Off') gave me on average another five frames or so to play with. Add these two tweaks together and that frame rate in the low 40s is suddenly in the mid-50s. And if you absolutely want that pristine 60fps, then the next thing you can do is knock the SSAO down to Medium. With all three of these settings knocked down a couple of pegs, you can get 60fps easy peasy.


The only mildly annoying thing about Sekiro's graphics option menu is that there's no V-Sync setting or option to lock the frame rate at a specific speed. The latter in particular is becoming an increasingly common sight in today's big blockbuster games, and can be a very handy addition if, say, you've still got quite an old graphics card and would rather lock the frame rate to 30fps to stop it from jumping about all over the shop. Alas, From Software have provided no such option here, so my best advice is to follow the tweaks outlined above if you feel in need of some extra speed.


Once you start playing, the only way to give your character a fighting chance is to level them up, and the only way to do that is to keep fighting. When you defeat enemies in Dark Souls, you will collect Souls from their bodies, which can then be used to level up or buy new weapons and armor. You can also level up at bonfires and allocate points to the attributes you want to improve. But without leveling up, you'll be too weak for your new weapons and armor to be worth much.


Be advised that this only pertains to equippable items, meaning other items found throughout your travels do not go against your Equip Load total. That means it's never a good idea to throw anything away. Even if you're not using something in your inventory, you can afford to hold onto it until you can find a merchant to sell it to. You will also find ways to store unused items.


Bonfires can also be considered something of a home base in this game. They aren't necessarily safe zones, but bonfires are the only locations that allow you to level up, replenish flasks, attune your spells, and Reverse Hollow. There are many secret bonfires hidden throughout the world, so make sure you explore as much as possible. It could save you a lot of grief later on.


But simply writing this off as a CPU issue didn't sit right with us. In our review we tested with both the Ryzen 9 3950X and Core i9-10900K and both often saw the same resolution scaling. We noted part of the reason for the weaker than expected 1440p performance was down to the Ampere architecture and the change to the SM configuration. The two times FP32 design can only be fully utilized at 4K and beyond. This is because at 4K the portion of the render time per frame is heavier on FP32 shaders. At lower resolutions like 1440p, the vertice and triangle load is identical to what we see at 4K, but at the higher resolution pixel shaders and compute effect shaders are more intensive, so take longer and therefore can fill the SMs FP32 ALUs better.


In our RTX 3080 review, we could also see how the RTX 2080 Ti extended its lead over the vanilla 2080 at 4K, going from 23% faster at 1440p to 28% faster at 4K. That's only a 5% performance disparity and the scaling at 1440p and 4K looks very similar.


Starting with Death Stranding we see that frame rates for the 2080 Ti increased by 68% when moving from 4K to 1440p, and then 28% from 1440p to 1080p before maxing out at 201 fps at 720p. The RTX 3080 saw a 53% performance increase when dropping down to 1440p from 4K, and then just a further 11% increase from 1440p to 1080p.


By the time we hit the 1080p resolution we start to see the CPU limit performance, leaving very little headroom at 720p. That's interesting to note and it does mean that there's no CPU limitation at 1440p, so the weaker scaling cannot be blamed on the 10900K, not one bit.


Microsoft Flight Simulator 2020 is heavily limited by CPU performance as its DX11 implementation mostly hammers a single core. Based on what we're seeing here it's plausible that the RTX 3080 is limited with the 10900K at 1440p, though given we do see a little more performance at 1080p and then a hard limit at 720p, we'd say we're just shy of limiting the 3080 at 1440p in this title.


F1 2020 is another game where we're not CPU limited even at 1080p with the RTX 3080/10900K combo. Resolution scaling is also much better with the RTX 2080 Ti, which saw a 66% performance uplift when reducing the resolution from 4K to 1440p and then 30% from 1440p to 1080p. The RTX 3080 only saw a 56% performance improvement when lowering the resolution from 4K to 1440p and then 27% from 1440p to 1080p.


Either way, we think these results are very interesting. The 2080 Ti and 3080 deliver identical performance at 1080p, while the 2080 Ti gains more performance when lowering the resolution to 720p. Of course, this 720p performance metric is irrelevant for gaming as no one is going to use it, but it does show how Turing appears to scale better at lower resolutions.


Moving on to Doom Eternal, this is a game you might have expected to scale well on the RTX 3080, at least I did. While not terrible, we're getting much better margins with the 2080 Ti which saw an 80% performance increase when going from 4K to 1440p, the 3080 on the other hand saw a 66% improvement. There is no chance the CPU is limiting performance at 1440p given we see almost 50% more frames when dropping right down to 720p.


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After upgrading my PC to Windows 10, I found that I could no longer set my Vizio VMM26 monitor to display the correct resolution. Instead of my monitor's native resolution of 1920x1200 (16:10 aspect ratio), the only option Windows Control Panel would allow was 1920x1080 or 1280x720 (16:9 aspect ratio), stretching every circle into an oval and generally looking like crap.


Within the NVIDIA Control Panel, under Display - > Change Resolution, there is a simple checkbox that says "Show only TV Resolutions". Checked by default, it severely limits your resolution options, both in the NVIDIA Control Panel and in the Windows Control Panel System Settings. Once unchecked, the full range of "PC" resolution options becomes available, including many of the common ones, such as 1366x768.


So why did NVIDIA do this? My guess is that they thought they were making life easier for users by only providing the 16:9 ratio options found in the newest monitors and laptops. Unfortunately, for those of us with less common or older displays, that decision results in a corrupted display and no obvious means to resolve it. This is a case where defaulting to more user choice would have been the better approach.


I have a Samsung Syncmaster T220 and the only resolution my Nvidia 9500 GT can use now is 1024x768? I used to have many more options but when I started my PC after the xmas break, this is what i come back to.


In the war of big gaming consoles, only two products are popular in the market and Xbox from Microsoft is one of them. Their current lineup is the Xbox Series X and Series S, launched in 2020. The previous series, the Xbox One, and its corresponding successors were all well received by the community. Despite being a top gaming console, the Xbox One faced an occasional problem with a Black Screen. What is this Black Screen of Death? How to fix Xbox One Black Screen issue?


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