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Panels Very Slow When Fullscreen on 4K Monitor

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Nov 06, 2020

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I'm running an AMD 3900X CPU with 32GB of RAM and a GeForce 1070 Founders GPU on Windows 10. Just wondering if anyone out there also using a 4K display is running into this issue. When I make, lets say, my photos bin, full screen, it slows down to a slideshow. Scrolling is a pain, it's just slow af. This happens with any panel that I put full screen. I'm wondering if it's because my GPU is a 1070? No slouch but also it's from 2016. Any thoughts?

 

I also have G-Sync enabled, I guess I could try running it with that off. Any help would be appreciated, thanks!

 

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Panels Very Slow When Fullscreen on 4K Monitor

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I'm running an AMD 3900X CPU with 32GB of RAM and a GeForce 1070 Founders GPU on Windows 10. Just wondering if anyone out there also using a 4K display is running into this issue. When I make, lets say, my photos bin, full screen, it slows down to a slideshow. Scrolling is a pain, it's just slow af. This happens with any panel that I put full screen. I'm wondering if it's because my GPU is a 1070? No slouch but also it's from 2016. Any thoughts?

 

I also have G-Sync enabled, I guess I could try running it with that off. Any help would be appreciated, thanks!

 

Thanks!

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Hi Daniel,

Sorry about that. Any scaling going on in your monitor's settings? Let us know.

 

Thanks,
Kevin

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Yes, it's at 175%. in Windows settings, not the monitor's settings.

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