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EGarchmorph last won the day on April 10 2018

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  • Birthday 01/01/1980

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  1. If possible, I'm just a suggestion ... the question at the end of the article is unnecessary, it hurts the discussion, I may have had a lot of opinions while reading the article, but the question at the end mimics them all. It is very shallow, "what do you say is success or failure" before the game came out at all it is equivalent to me to put Like and Dislike buttons and a counter that counts the score. These may be the only potential responses that come to mind, but once you have written this sentence you have promised these are the only responses you will receive. Not really critical, just a suggestion, constructive criticism, personal opinion, not accompanied by any negative feelings at all :)
  2. I do not agree with you. Assuming NVIDIA would have programmatically restricted tickets that had already gone on the market and been sold to miners I would agree, and even call for legal action against them. But to say that limiting a new product to a particular niche (gaming only in this case) is anti-consumer is like saying that Porsche's choice to put only 2 seats in the 911 is an anti-consumer move against families with children. Nvidia wants to produce these cards for gaming only, and they have announced that they are going to market cards that are useless for gaming, and are dedicated solely to mining. In November, I built a computer specification for a friend to buy in Eilat and in TMS there was 3070 from Eilat for NIS 2700. Today I built another specification, and at TMS the same ticket in Eilat costs NIS 4500. As a consumer, I am much more offended by this than NVIDIA's choice to release two separate products to different markets.
  3. You have to understand that the MSRP is not some company's guess of what the price of their tickets will be. It's not that they "thought" it would cost $ 330 and "mistaken" it was the value of the product according to an official statement from the company. The fact that a certain store sells $ 500 tickets for $ 1500 is not that NVIDIA sold them to them for $ 1500. There are private people here who are making this profit on you, not Nvidia. So your remark that the company is "comically detached from what is happening on the ground" is not relevant at all. The recommended price for the consumer according to the company's announcements is not related to stock.
  4. Clearly, social networks are built on an algorithm of interaction. Threading comments between two people cursing each other is more popular than one well-worded comment from someone fluent and moderate. People see a paragraph and do not bother to read at all, the "Amalek" culture. These algorithms may give us the dopamine we are looking for, but they are poison to the culture of discussion. I do not see it changing for the better as long as social networks make money from it, and have the human race be successful in the future.
  5. If one thing we have learned from the launch of NVIDIA is that the actual results are noticeably lower than the claims at the announcement event. So if AMD claims in the announcement that they are comparing to NVIDIA I expect that as in the past in practice they will be a competition just because of the price.
  6. Is it possible only without Clickbait Lior titles? I also did not rub my eyes at the price in your previous article on the computer screen :) Suppose we are on this site because the content interests us, and you can put more informative titles
  7. No word on the price of games for consoles? The new generation games cost $ 10 more than the same game for the old generation, it more than compensates for the console prices, and everyone goes over it in silence.
  8. Lol, I read the article twice now to look up where you quoted it from until I realized there was a subtitle :)
  9. I really want to know who else buys their devices knowing there is no play store. Is there anyone like this?
  10. The game will include PVP, once that is the case if people are allowed to play offline it will open up the option to cheat and equip the character with better equipment without the Blizzard having a way of knowing they cheated. Believe me you will cry a lot more when cheaters make PVP unmatched than because you have to play always connected to Blizzard's server.
  11. All of Google is one big disappointment since they stopped using the Nexus and moved to pixels. They even stopped giving dessert names to their operating system. And that means someone up until the 6P the only phones I had were Nexus. Lucky to have Android on phones from normal companies.
  12. The QLED is an LCD upgrade, it's not really analogous to OLED. There will be the microprocessor in the future (really close I hope) which I think will crush the OLED completely
  13. The QLED is an LCD upgrade, it's not really analogous to OLED. There will be the microprocessor in the future (really close I hope) which I think will crush the OLED completely
  14. Do you think the one with the old TV that "plays tons of games" plays as often as a gamer who buys a laptop for NIS 12000? I have an Old TV, and in less than a year I have already lost a pixel in it. And every phone with an old screen burned something (usually the Android navigation buttons) I researched the subject a lot before I bought my old TV, and yes, I doubt it is rare enough in reasonable use, but you do not buy this computer for reasonable use :) I also spoke With a doctoral student in chemistry in general this is his area of ​​expertise (I am far from understanding specifically what he does) and he said that Old is quite a saturated technology, the maximum you can do is really put in mechanisms that will try to moderate the degradation of pixels, but most I do not want to be right here, I'm more than happy to eat the hat!
  15. You do not want to buy a laptop with an OLED screen even at a lower price. In standard-use TVs everything is fine, there is no uniform picture for several hours, and where there is, as in the channel icon, the new TVs know to recognize the icon and remove it, or at least do something to prevent burning. I give it a half year roof before starting to flow complaints about the HUD of games left burned, or even the taskbar and start button.
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