I currently have a Nvidia 275 GTX that is approximately 5+ years old and I'm looking to upgrade it. I'm not in the mind of spending a ton of money and have been checking out different possibilities. One of the major contenders would be Nvidia 750 Ti Superclocked. Runs about $160 which is kind of the price point I'm looking at. I'm aware it's not the latest and greatest, but do you guys believe it would be a decent upgrade. I know sometimes with newer cards in mid-range, they're not typically "upgrades" compared to prior versions, but thinking that Nvidia has had numerous series between, including the 300, 400, 500, 600, 700, and soon to be 800's, I'm thinking it would be a decent card. Any thoughts would be appreciated.
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I see that Puppeteer is on a great sale for the PS3. Does anyone know if I buy it on the PS3, and when and if they make a PS4 version, would I need to buy it all over again?
Same thing goes with the newly announced Guacamelee Bundle offered starting today.
Been enjoying it as well but wanted to ask. I was watching some gameplay on YouTube where the player was able to make the nights much shorter on the ps4 version however when I go to settings, I can't seem to change any of those settings whatsoever. I've tried pushing different buttons to switch the different settings but nothing seems to help. Can anyone help?
I'm looking into buying a newer PS3 since I have one of the original models and I play it quite extensively. I'm not interested or going to buy the PS4 till later next year until more games are announced, but I've been out of the loop as far as models of the PS3. I'm looking at the bundle on amazon for GTAV which is about $270 and was wondering, if this was the latest PS3 model being sold?
Also, on a side note, is it easy to transfer my profile, save games and downloaded games onto the new one once I buy it?
I'm looking into purchasing a 120 GB SSD, probably from amazon or some other retailer, but had a couple questions.If I install this as a second drive on my computer now, will that mess anything up or inhibit the drive or what's used on it from being quite faster than my main drive?Such as with loading games or anything?
Also, as far as picking one out.There appears to be differences between Sata i, II, and III.How would I find out which one my computer is able to handle?When I check through comp stats, I checked on the serial number of my current hard drive and its this
So I can assume I'd be fine with getting a Sata III correct?
How easy is it, or is it even possible to move my steam folder to this drive?Or would I need to uninstall Steam and games, and then reinstall them on this drive?
Thanks for any answers.
I've been putting in some hours with the game and really enjoying it so far but have a question about the quests. I'm at a point where I need to go see the Duke for the first time I believe, after finishing up Salvation and the Cypher quest, but when it asks if I want to go, that I'll forgo all the quests I currently have, therefore do I need to complete all my side quests before I go see the Duke so I won't lose those quests?
I would ask on the Dragon's Dogma boards, however they appear to be read-only at the moment. Thanks
When will Trials Evolution be available for silver members?
Also, will silver members be able to download fan created tracks?