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Anyone have suggestions for a home office chair? I've been working more and more at home recently and the chair that I have doesn't offer the best support for long work sessions. I also watch a lot of movies on my PC on the weekends and would love something that I can comfortably recline back on and even fall asleep in.
Got any recommendations?
The biggest change you will find on PC is the selection of games you will have at your disposal. Consoles still get the most love from AAA, mainstream developers. But if you are dissatisfied with AAA offerings and want more innovative games then the PC is the way to go. The Indy space is strong in the PC world. Just beware of early access games
Most of the things you mentioned in you list were either already in the previous Fallout games or not needed, like multiplayer or vehicles.
The one new thing I would like to see most in Fallout is better characters. Bethesda has a bad habit of making games with 4 interesting supporting characters while everyone else is copy paste boring. Also, how about a game release that isn't a buggy waste for the first 3 months after launch. I've leaned my lesson about pre-ordering Bethesda games.
However the most important thing to any Bethesda game has always been and will continue to be THE MODS
The things the modding community did with Skyrim is amazing. I easily got 1000 hours of gameplay off that game due to the mods. I can't wait to see the mods of Fallout
One more thing, energy weapons. Obsidian gave no love to energy weapons in New Vegas.
The one thing I like about afternoon and night classes is that I don't have to worry about rushing out of bed to class. I hate being late. And in college people often head to bed at odd hours. Also there would be times I would need to print something or go over some study notes before a test and would have no time to do so with morning classes.
NEX is the worst PSU from EVGA.
Updated - http://ca.pcpartpicker.com/p/Vfpxt6
I don't have much experience with EVGA I heard they were good. But Corsair I know and have used. Good choice from insane_matalist.
The Asus X99 Pro also has the integrated WiFi/Bluetooth but after doing a side by side I would stick with the deluxe do to its higher WLAN speed. If you can't use a wired connection the extra speed will come in handy. Here is a comparison chart of the 2: http://uk.hardware.info/comparisontable/842917/geen_username/motherboards-comparison-table-16-12-2014-1409
I looked at the IPS monitors, there is a BenQ one that gets good reviews but the one you currently have is excellent. I thought you can get it for less but the price in Canada seems to be a bit more than in the US. Stick with the one you have.
@GTR12: LOL, to show my agreement :-p
@PredatorRules: I'm using a 4K monitor with a SINGLE 780ti right now. I run games like Skyrim, with 90 mods, all high-res texture, and an ENB on my 4K monitor with no problems. The 980 matches or out performs the 780ti in ever benchmark I've seen. So Im not sure what you are getting at.