Dishonored 2 is not out yet, and it is VERY unlikely that that computer can run Dishonored 2 with playable FPS. Don't waste $60 on the game.
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Apr 13, 2016Posted in: Computer Science and Technology
Damn. That you did.
I would have loved to see what you could have done with a custom loop.
I was about to dramatically say "Challenge accepted" and post a picture of my benchmark with my affinity set to one CPU...but then Cinebench decided it would reset the affinity every time I started the benchmark.
But fair enough
To be honest I wasn't expecting my Xeons to even do as well as they did. After all, even if there are 8 of them, in the end they're only low-clocked Sandy cores.
EDIT: I realized I haven't posted any pictures of my own setup after the two big additions to the family. So here it is:
Long story short, I have now amassed a larger collection of stuff than ever.
What are the two 3D printers you have to the right?
Mar 13, 2016Posted in: Hardware & Software Support
Oh no! 50 FPS? How terrible!
You know that your monitor can only show 60, right? Also keep V-Sync enabled in all games to prevent screen tearing.
Oct 8, 2015Benson9a posted a message on Looking for a good linux screen recorder to record minecraftPosted in: Hardware & Software Support
Are post dates not important? FM was still here when this was posted!
Jul 13, 2015Posted in: Hardware & Software Support
Yes it said it was would check for hidden files, also only 30 gigabytes of the used space are in programfiles, programfiles(x86) programdata, and users. I do download things but to the other 2 tb of drives. Since posting earlier 400 mbs more have disappeared, and the only things that I have been doing are from other drives.
Jul 13, 2015Posted in: Hardware & Software Support
Recently started my desktop after a week of being off, and found that my SSD (128 GB samsung 840 pro) has only 5 GBs of space left. Looking at used space, which windows tells me is 113 GBs, and looking at the size of all the folders, which adds up to 62.9, there is about ~45 GBs of missing space. There is a System Reserved partition of that drive which says it's capacity is 100mbs. I have 3 other harddrives, so if I can make windows download updates to them or change it to page to them if that is the problem then that will work. I read that removing indexing files frees up a lot of space, but it actually removed 200 mbs of space. Thanks for any help!
May 9, 2015Posted in: Building, Parts & Peripherals
Well I will use CCleaner or reinstall the OS when I buy it, and I always use a mouse anyway, but how bad is the screen actually? I will use a monitor sometimes and my friend has a first gen Y40 and the screen seems ok, but what are your thoughts?
May 3, 2015Posted in: Building, Parts & Peripherals
I recently began looking at laptops for gaming and school. I have been working in unity, blender, freecad, coreldraw, PTC creo, and a few others. I need power, but it also needs to be light. I intend to play games as well (including KSP for a school project, I love this school) I also work in the dark a lot so backlight would be very nice. I have been looking at the Lenovo y50-70 found here. http://shop.lenovo.com/us/en/laptops/lenovo/y-series/y50/
I am looking at the cheapest $899 one, which is way cheaper on lenovo's website than anywhere else. Lenovo's also have awesome keyboards. So what do you think?
PS this was typed on mobile so please ignore any errors.
Apr 18, 2015Posted in: Hardware & Software Support
Please just buy the game. It is definitely worth it, and doesn't cost very much.
Apr 6, 2015Posted in: Computer Science and Technology
my computer specs (4 moniters) [mostly custom built]
Supported Operating Systems[/header]
- Windows 8.1 64
- AMD A78 FCH
- AMD Quad-Core A-Series processor
- AMD Quad-Core A8-6500 APU with Radeon HD 8570D Graphics (3.9 GHz, 5 MB cache)
- 32 GB DDR3 (1 x 4 GB, 1 x 2 GB)
- 6 DIMM
Hard drive description[/header]
- 6 TB 7200 rpm SATA
- DVD SATA writer
External drive bays[/header]
- Three occupied
Internal drive bays Three occupied[/header]
- LCD Monitors (buy separately): HP 22xi 54.6 cm (21.5") Diagonal IPS LED Backlit Monitor, HP 23xi 58.4 cm (23") Diagonal IPS LED Backlit Monitor (For more information please visit www.hp.com/eur/home-monitors.)
- AMD Radeon R7 240 (2 GB DDR3 dedicated)
Graphic card note[/header]
- With AMD App Acceleration
- DTS Audio High Definition Audio 7.1
Multimedia and Input Devices[/header]
Memory card device[/header]
- 6-in-1 memory card reader
- USB keyboard
- USB optical mouse
Connectivity and Communications[/header]
- Integrated 10/100/1000 Gigabit Ethernet LAN
- 802.11b/g/n (1x1)
- 4 USB 2.0 4 USB 3.0
1 audio in
1 audio out
1 microphone in
- 3 PCIe x1 1 PCIe x16
- 1 DVI (VGA via adapter) 1 HDMI
Battery and Power[/header]
Power supply type[/header]
- 180 W AC power adapter
Software and Applications[/header]
- McAfee LiveSafe™ HP SimplePass
- Pokki 7-Zip
CyberLink Media Suite
HP Connected Photo
HP Connected Music
DTS Sound +
Box (25 GB of free storage)
HP Games by WildTangent
You should probably use spoilers, but 4 monitors with an R7 240? Also 32 GB ram?
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