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    Gaming pc Windows 10 tweaks

    Hey everyone, building my first pc soon, asides from xmp and ocing, I'm wondering if there are any tweaks I should do in windows 10 or nvidia control panel when I get it, thanks, have a great day.

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    Re: Gaming pc Windows 10 tweaks

    Hello ayrefo, if you could tell us the details of your PC like if your using SSD or HDD, what CPU you have, whether you have an AMD or Nvidia GPU and your monitor/tv? that would help with some of the tweaks and settings people can suggest.
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    Re: Gaming pc Windows 10 tweaks

    When it comes to monitor using https://www.testufo.com/ is very useful. Sometimes you can think you are running a high refresh rate by just changing the settings on the monitor, when in fact windows may not be set correctly. For example you go to display settings and advanced display choose the display and then select "display adaptor properties for display 1" for example then select "monitor" tab and it will give you a drop down to select the screen refresh rate.

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