Important to note the panel in the 32" OLED "Pro" Monitor that LG is selling is actually manufactured by JOLED using their printing process. JOLED was formed by Japan Display/Sony/Panasonic quite some time ago.
There are rumours Samsung will be making a 34" QD-OLED monitor for 2022.
5300U/5500U/5700U are Zen2, but are refreshed with SMT enabled (hyperthreading) and 1 additional gpu core over their respective older sku 4300u/4500u/4700u. Performance will be very similar unless the software in question can make use of SMT.
5600U/5800U and H-Series are Zen3
4x goCoax MOCA 2.5 Coax to Ethernet adapters + PoE filter (WF803-M)
2x goCoax MOCA 2.5 Coax to Ethernet adapters SOLD to Randylahey
2x sold Kijiji
WF-803M (product link)
$60 per adapter. $5 for PoE filter
2.5Gb adapters. All 4 are BNIB, never taken out of plastic packaging. Boxes...
AMD's notice doesn't seem related to VBS/HVCI - looks to be in addition to it. I wouldn't be surprised if this AMD impact is due to tweaks for Alder Lake though, one notice for CPUs above 8 cores and another for L3? It could just as easily be old issues of Windows 10 resurfacing again too.
Glorious generally offers good value but the first few runs of their products are plagued with QC issues. This particular release is unique in the sense that the Model D has already existed, and the wireless implementation has also existed already for about a year in the Model O, so it already...
Sounds like you are using a form of fingertip grip but pushing your palm/wrist into the pad for stability?
Those are the 3 main grip styles, but in reality all 3 of those have a plethora of variations. Some people change grips depending on what they are doing and the mouse they are using too...
Consider grip tape along with mouse choice - often times with lighter mice people tend to grip harder to try and keep control of a light mouse, which defeats the purpose and could excaberate your problem. Doesn't really matter if you buy pre-cut strips of a "gamer" brand (I prefer BT.L) or just...
Couple of things of that may not have been mentioned yet although I see Solace touched on it a bit in the post previous to me - I've only scanned the thread quickly before posting:
1) 10th gen cpu in 11th gen motherboard originally had some performance irregularities on Z590 too, supposedly...
VRR/Freesync/Gsync are methods of addressing image tearing by syncing frames between panel and gpu.
What they are talking about is blur reduction techniques to reduce perceived blur - this has always been a major pain point of "sample and hold" style displays. Nvidia calls their specific tech...
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