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    posted a message on Just a question about my future PC:
    Quote from jontecool98»

    No.


    CPU:

    The CPU you've picked is a laptop CPU, it will not even fit in a desktop LGA1151 socket. Even if it fit an LGA1151 socket there would be no point to it at all, just go for a 6700 or a 6700K.


    Memory:

    You do not need 128GB of RAM, you simply do not need it. I have no idea why you think you'd need it, but you don't. As for the HDD, why would you go for a 10800 RPM drive instead of simply just an SSD and one or more (7200 RPM) HDD's? That would be far better than a single overpriced 4TB 10800 RPM drive.


    Motherboard:

    What you've listed here is not a motherboard, it's a chipset.


    Graphics card:

    There is no real point in getting a Titan X, as far as gaming goes a 980ti would perform about the same.


    PSU:

    1200W is very unspecific, not to mention completely overkill for anything like this. You will not need a PSU with such a high wattage for a build similar to this, at all.


    Besides, what even is your question? I'm guessing you've used Google Translate here but it has rendered the part where you are actually asking the question practically nonsensical. I have no idea what you are asking, I can only assume you want to know how well it will do in those things, in which case I can tell you that it won't do well, because it wouldn't work.


    Uh he said he does Photoshop and Movie Making, and I frequently cap my memory while doing one or the other. I have 16GB.
    For any intensive projects that are a bit more involved than my normal stuff, I run my work on some home servers my friends have that have 256GB of memory and a way better CPU than I have.
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    posted a message on Looking for a manga artist!!!

    Ahaha

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    posted a message on worst game you have ever played
    Quote from Meowstic»

    Why did you come here if you think minecraft is one of the worst games you ever played? Not trying to be rude, but I want to know why people who hate the game even come here.

    I started using this forum six years ago when I first got into it. As I grew to dislike MC I still had a good time in off topic.

    I'm just back to look around off topic a bit and see what's changed.
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    posted a message on Battlefield 1

    Meh. I've fallen out of Battlefield games.


    Might be interested in watching it when it comes out, but prob wont get it.

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    posted a message on What to upgrade for more fps?
    Quote from 3jjsoccer»

    Should i wait for the 1070?


    If you're willing to wait a few months sure.
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    posted a message on Overwatch
    Quote from Gamelord»

    I wasn't saying they aren't, I'm just saying the influx of new players who don't really understand the game (including myself) means that a lot of people are complaining about 'overpowered heroes' because they have only been playing for a couple of games and don't know how to deal with different threats yet.

    I don't think anyone here talked about overpowered heroes.
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    posted a message on Overwatch
    Quote from Gamelord»


    Very funny. Let's get one thing straight here, you've probably been playing the game for a week, surrounded by other people who have been playing for a week. Nobody knows what's good or what's bad. Nobody knows how to play. Nobody but the higher ranked closed beta players know a thing of what is actually effective in practice. You can tell us all you like how ultimates are overpowered and pretty much all the rest of the gameplay is irrelevant, but the fact is that you're in games full of noobs, including yourself, who can't kill anything and will die to everything, where the only times anyone actually feels like they're doing well is when they pop an ultimate and kill all of the other noobs with no idea how to stop it yet. This is the exact reason why, after months of testing and confirmation that everything is fine, the know-it-alls from open beta are coming in and telling Blizz that Bastion is way overpowered and shouldn't be in the game. It's the same issue.

    Anybody wanna talk about the game then?


    Wow you sure are desperate.

    But yeah. It's those coolio streamers you watch that know everything. Any one else that throws in their two-bits is worthless, unless they agree with what you already think.
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    posted a message on Overwatch
    Quote from Gamelord»

    To clarify, how long have you actually been playing for?

    I've been playing video games now about eighteen years.
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    posted a message on Overwatch
    Quote from Gamelord»

    It's skill based. If you're getting one hit kill that much, that's more your issue than the game's. I mean, most ultimates are easy kills if you're caught in them, but then... Well, you're being caught in an ultimate. Good job. Any other one hit kill is something you should be avoiding. The only standard attack I can think of with such high damage is Bastion's turret, which is the king of OP accusations, when really, everybody in the match just isn't any good yet.


    I'm assuming you're just now playing in the open Beta, in which case you, along with everybody else, just aren't that great at the game yet. Nobody but the closed Beta players really just don't understand it right now.


    You can assume whatever you want to try and disenfranchise whomever you wish.

    It's far more important to farm up and protect peoples ults than it is to focus on any of the core gameplay. A shepherded junkrat ult or a pharah with zarya's shield is way more imprtant than any of the minute to minute play.
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    posted a message on Overwatch

    It's a meh game. Far too many one hit kill skills and opportunities makes it high attrition and easily abuseable.

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    posted a message on Pascal announced
    Quote from BC_Programming»

    Don't get me started on the absolutely idiotic nonsense that get's perpetuated by reddit when users get far too gung ho about some post.


    My favourite example in recent history was the pure BOLLOCKS with that reddit post where a "Microsoft Employee" explained that Windows 10 was named Windows 10 to prevent programs from recognizing it as Windows 9x since they looked for "Windows 9" at the start. It was such a load of idiotic garbage, the fact that it spread as far as it did and now appears everywhere in every forum or comments section when the naming of the OS comes up is arguably a demonstration of how much intellectual damage can be done by the cognitively vacuous. (The posts evidence debunked itself- ancient Java code repository from long abandoned projects or much older commits of products which no longer included the offending code in newer revisions, or software where the Windows version check code had not been maintained as it no longer compiled on Windows at all.)


    Speaking of Win10, and to try to avoid my post causing a ridiculous derailment- It has been noted that new hardware would only be supported on Windows 10; Microsoft stated this with regards to CPUs beyond 2017. But I wonder if this applies to other devices? If we put a 1080 in a Windows 7 system, for example, would it no longer receive updates once that delay expires?


    It's all that horribleness that is assumption and speculation. Someone saw something and thought it meant something and assumed instead of read the docs.

    I sure do hope that support restriction isn't even broader.
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    posted a message on Pascal announced
    Quote from Spark»

    No idea right now. But you hit the nail when you said 60% increase. 2x in VR, 60% in real world comparison. At least that's what I've seen on Reddit.

    And reddit's always a great source.
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    posted a message on Pascal announced
    Quote from Spark»

    It's only double in performance in VR Games.

    Assuming they aren't fudging the details a bit and then a part of that also being is this some technology that can only be used within their Nvidia Gameworks environment?
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    posted a message on Pascal announced

    I'd be more interested in seeing actual benchmarks of these cards. I don't doubt they're powerful but during the stream they seemed to couch the comparisons by silently saying 'in applications that utilize SMP to the fullest, you see double performance with Pascal.'


    Also being faster than SLI is pretty meaningless, since almost nothing actually utilizes SLI and of the stuff that can, you only see maybe 60% improvement.

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    posted a message on What browser are you using?

    I've been dicking around in Vivaldi. It's been a pretty horrible experience.

    Posted in: General Off Topic
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