The game it's more responsive at higher fps
Never forget what EA did to that franchise
I m waiting for the december update to see what it will bring.
Good thing no one plays it
Who came with that ugly design for the stand?
I have seen many PSU release that kind of smoke when someone switchs them to 110(we use 220 where i live), it's the big capacitors boiling
I cant see shadows or lights produced by characters skills on that video
People on goverment(all around the world) only care about taking a cut from the money invested
It's insanly hard to create and mantain a vacuum in such a long tube, also in the case of and accident(the tube gets a hole, the train derails)...
I havent seen their reviews, but i heard it all depends on the games tested, for example RDR2 runs better on Intel
It's weird that they release a Ti before the non Ti version, or at least i don't remember that happening before
That would be insane for the consoles, even more if they also use the same implementation when they port it to PC
What will Userbenchmark modify this time?
That can be aboided if the rest of the components are covered by some laquer/enamel
It even has a heat pipe on the back for the VRMs
Now the new question is "But can you install in it Modern Warfare?"
6GB makes no sense to me, didn't they(AMD) said that some time ago, or something similar; also less RAM than the 5700XT
Can't be worst than the movies
Edit: I'm talking about the live action ones