I bought both my 7970 used. Both have worked flawless
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Instead of blaming each other, they need to realize we need to invest in America. Instead of wasting 600 billion on guns a year, that money should be going towards education.
More and more it sounds like an FPS moba, they just don't want to admit it
If anyone has used a streaming service for games, you know it pretty much sucks if you don't have a prefect connection to the server. Its not onlive has been around for long time along with others for pc gaming. The problem why they caught on, was imput lag, and the game looks like crap if your not either in the same city as the server, or have really good internet
I was already leaning towards the traditional pc build anyway, but i must admit the steam machine did perk my interest, but i just wanted to no what they are actually for, but i suppose if i have to ask in the first then it isn't for me in the first place.
I just don't get why valve would put so much effort into something like this in the first place.
This is value screw windows move and for stupid folks who can't be bother to build pc's or can't figure out how to use a part picker on a website.
Upgrade? Jesus Christ I have a 670 and I can run every single game on the market at max settings without a single hiccup. Youll waste your money if you buy a new card in the next couple years.
And elder scrolls online? Your card will chew it up and spit out the seeds. 1) Its a cross platform game, so its not going to have some super mega engine behind it. 2) If they made it require too much they would lose a lot of their target audience. 3) It looks like ass from what Ive seen so it wont need much.
ESO looks like a game from 2007 so anything can basically run it.
Das Keyboard, for gaming and typing. CM Storm Quickfire Pro is really good too. I'd like to argue that a $10 does the job. I haven't seen a change in-game ever since I started using a "gaming" or "mechanical keyboard." But if being "comfortable" is what you're after, then I think it's worth a shot. Just don't expect any gains in online gaming. Long story short, my Das keyboard is being used at work now. I am literally at work as I type with it.
I thought I'd touch up on that aspect of gaming. I hope it helps, even the least bit.
I really doesn't matter which keyboard you use. I'm using a wireless Logitech because its comfortable