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Re: PR VG co-op server squad (Introductions) Posted on 29 Apr : 15:44
Welcome man
Re: 1004: Error connecting to server. (10060) Project Reality Server Problems ? (PR ) Posted on 30 Mar : 21:55
Holy shit it's Bozzz himself in the flesh.
Re: Hello gents ;) (Introductions) Posted on 17 Mar : 06:30
Hey man, welcome.
Re: Hello again (Introductions) Posted on 16 Mar : 08:24
Re: How to install FreeFalcon (Game Support) Posted on 14 Mar : 03:59
It's officially dead. Play In BMS.
Re: My Personal Minecraft Survival World: Screensots (MinecraftMinecraft) Posted on 18 Feb : 13:12
Hey bro. That's one comfy castle.
Re: Dying Light (other Other Games) Posted on 08 Feb : 12:40
Here is the great article on current GPUs.
[ Click Here ]
If was buying i would get GTX 760 or 770.
About compatibility with other parts, you need someone like Semler, Poff or Savage. It always confuses me.
But i know that If you buy something like 970 or 980 you will probably have to change most of your current rig. They are huge, require a lot of voltage and you will need high end CPU that won't bottleneck your giant videocard.
Sites that sell hardware usually have compatibility calculators, you could use those.
Re: Dying Light (other Other Games) Posted on 07 Feb : 08:22
Yeah, but there's no reason to upgrade unless you wanna play in shoddy optimized garbage. Games like Dying Light and Assassin's Creed Unity will work like shit on almost any system. Not because your computer is weak, but because of lazy developers who are in bed with Nvidia, and they are forcing you to buy new shit every 5 months.

But at the same time, if you don't upgrade, you won't be able to play in most new major games with high framerate.
It's a lose-lose situation.

Blud, what is your budget?
Re: Dying Light (other Other Games) Posted on 07 Feb : 00:38
Don't forget that GTX 970 doesn't really have 4 gb of VRAM.

"Due to limitations of the cut-down GM204 graphics processor used on the model GTX 970, only 3.5GB of memory can be accessed with maximum bandwidth, whereas 512MB pool can be accessed at considerably lower speed, which results in performance degradations in certain cases."

And yes, nvidia lied about this.
Re: Dying Light (other Other Games) Posted on 06 Feb : 00:27
It's not a very well made game, and it's performance is worse on AMD gpus.

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