• 144HZ Screen keeps dropping itself down to 60hz.?

    Reposting because I still need help I recently purchased a 144hz screen with Freesync, the AOC g2770pf if I remember correctly. I have it set to 144hz both in windows and the Radeon settings aswell as having freesync activated in the radeon settings. It s plugged in via Displayport to my AMD 390. My setup is more than capable of running most... show more
    Reposting because I still need help I recently purchased a 144hz screen with Freesync, the AOC g2770pf if I remember correctly. I have it set to 144hz both in windows and the Radeon settings aswell as having freesync activated in the radeon settings. It s plugged in via Displayport to my AMD 390. My setup is more than capable of running most games at 144hz with decent graphical settings but that is actually not relevant for this issue. The problem I am experiencing is that as soon as I run something on any of my other two screen (I have 144hz in the center(Set to primary screen in windows display settings)) and two 60hz screens next to the 144hz screen. When I don t have anything running on the 60hz screens the 144hz screen puts out perfectly, I can move thing around on it and it looks smooth. The www.testufo.com test confirms ~140hz. But as soon as I put something just slightly demanding on any of ther other screens like OldSchool Runescape or browse around or whatever really - The 144hz middle screen instantly drops to 60hz and stutters around there, sometimes jumping back up and back down for a bit. It doesn t matter if I m actually doing anything on the 60hz screen program or if it s just sitting there, the 144hz screen still drops down like this. THe whole point of my setup is to be able to run things on my two separate screens whilst still be able to play/work at 144hz on my center screen, so this is a big issue. Thanks in advance for any help!
    2 answers · Monitors · 2 years ago
  • 144hz keeps dropping itself to 60hz?

    I recently purchased a 144hz screen with Freesync, the AOC g2770pf if I remember correctly. I have it set to 144hz both in windows and the Radeon settings aswell as having freesync activated in the radeon settings. It s plugged in via Displayport to my AMD 390. My setup is more than capable of running most games at 144hz with decent graphical... show more
    I recently purchased a 144hz screen with Freesync, the AOC g2770pf if I remember correctly. I have it set to 144hz both in windows and the Radeon settings aswell as having freesync activated in the radeon settings. It s plugged in via Displayport to my AMD 390. My setup is more than capable of running most games at 144hz with decent graphical settings but that is actually not relevant for this issue. The problem I am experiencing is that as soon as I run something on any of my other two screen (I have 144hz in the center(Set to primary screen in windows display settings)) and two 60hz screens next to the 144hz screen. When I don t have anything running on the 60hz screens the 144hz screen puts out perfectly, I can move thing around on it and it looks smooth. The www.testufo.com test confirms ~140hz. But as soon as I put something just slightly demanding on any of ther other screens like OldSchool Runescape or browse around or whatever really - The 144hz middle screen instantly drops to 60hz and stutters around there, sometimes jumping back up and back down for a bit. It doesn t matter if I m actually doing anything on the 60hz screen program or if it s just sitting there, the 144hz screen still drops down like this. THe whole point of my setup is to be able to run things on my two separate screens whilst still be able to play/work at 144hz on my center screen, so this is a big issue. Thanks in advance for any help!
    2 answers · Monitors · 2 years ago
  • Having to pay 'childcare' payments or similarly when the biological father wants no part in the parenthood?

    So as the title said with a question mark, do you have to pay childcare if you, to put it harshly: Ditch a girl after knocking her up and she ends up keeping the child. Can she make you pay payments etc, childcare and so on even if you want no part in the thing? I had a hard time finding information on this when trying to research it because... show more
    So as the title said with a question mark, do you have to pay childcare if you, to put it harshly: Ditch a girl after knocking her up and she ends up keeping the child. Can she make you pay payments etc, childcare and so on even if you want no part in the thing? I had a hard time finding information on this when trying to research it because I'm really curious so if anyone could provide some insigt it would be much appreciated!!
    6 answers · Parenting · 3 years ago
  • Sweet urine?

    The last couple days I've noticed my urine smelling sweet. I have a pretty bad sense of smell, but I've never noticed this in the past. I've also been feeling unusually tired lately, but I have no idea if that might have anything to do with it. I couldn't find any clear answer to if this is any cause of concern with nothing else... show more
    The last couple days I've noticed my urine smelling sweet. I have a pretty bad sense of smell, but I've never noticed this in the past. I've also been feeling unusually tired lately, but I have no idea if that might have anything to do with it. I couldn't find any clear answer to if this is any cause of concern with nothing else having been out of the usual, so I'm just checking in here to make sure.
    6 answers · Men's Health · 3 years ago