@Maxpowers_32: Because it's the older 2015 model and you cannot get it anymore, it can be recharged and has a headpone jack.
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The real issue is that the PC is actually designed to take in these systems and allow you to play them even after they're dead. It will always be better than consoles, heck you can even play the new Zelda on it, and persona 5 is almost fully playable on it. You can play just about every generation of consoles on it, Zelda's already running in 4K...
I'll believe it once it comes from a legit source...
@Mighty-Lu-Bu: I'd recommend a mini-itx board, SLI/Crossfire is dead and it's 2017 not 2001, I'd also recommend getting the 6800k then OCing, runs 2x cooler than the 7700k, plus 2 more cores, very small fps difference when Oced, I have the 7700k and it's "VERY" hot, pushing it past 4.5ghz is going to be very hard to do without a professions water cooling unit. Out of the two it really doesn't matter, only real difference is maxed pre-OCed Ram.
What I'd recommend.
Keep in mind he had to "actually" get it to 5Ghz, I am seeing crazy heat with stock 4.5ghz h50. My 5820k runs at 4.5ghz at 2x cooler than the 7700k.
@jack00: make sure your playing in DX11 mode.
@holdthedoooooor: What your looking for are steam games that support multiplayer via split screen, the game must support the 360 controller which would allow you to split the controls up. The screen would be cut in half and then projected on the main device. If you want both users to have their own screens you will need another laptop or a software like "ASTER Multiseat " and the game would have to support some kind of network play.