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  1. I am the satisfied owner of the LG 34GK950F- a screen with such a resolution with an IPS panel and 144hz. A respectable fine arose. there is also But the function is not particularly equal and mostly burns the eyes. The screen supports Freesync2. The new computer for running games on it reasonably well is already on the way but at the moment it is also doom with a native resolution of 50 to 70 frames per second in medium stings it is a pleasure, no more cuts in fast motion, hard to explain how everything is smooth including the Windows 10 flying interface.


    Pros - Screen rotation. Disadvantages- High resolution for the current tin computer. Non-standard resolution = empty areas on sites Or blacks in content 16: 9. The screen is so big that getting to all the sockets in the back is a story. ¯ \ _ (ツ) _ / ¯

  2. Maybe I'm just optimistic, but there won't be a significant increase in hardware prices this year because otherwise people won't be able to buy that epidemic, recession, etc. Or I convince myself that I need a new computer and I don't deserve to pay by hand and foot for less successful hardware than a third-party console. 

  3. That's right now, but not for another six months when the PlayStation 5 SSD reaches 5.5 gigabits per second, and the Ex-Box 3.5, and considering that it's dedicated hardware, to keep up with the PlayStation 5, you'll need one a little faster, when it comes to configuration PCIE 4.0 costs a fortune, around $ 250 per terra.

  4. Although I understand this argument, I would not want to find myself investing say 3000 shekels on a reasonable gaming computer now and find myself completely replacing it in two years when developers start learning to exhaust the console hardware properly and AMD decides they are tired and it's time to replace socket (Intel anyway Replace socket every week and a half). My inner feeling is that the days when a computer is replaced every three years are over, so it is already better to throw away a few hundred shekels on a proper processor that will hold at least another generation. Complete (8 cores, for 8 years).


    In my working age from home, my home computer is used for both work and personal use I find myself running a thousand At the same time and the processor and memory are not enough for that anymore. Each and every one of his needs (and his budget). 

  5. Each generation they present a stunning demo and at the end we get a game that looks standard. It's spectacular, but games won't really look that way. The environment is completely static, there are no NPCs and enemies. Keep in mind that the games will also have to run on the previous generation of consoles - the Pro and the X, which are all just average PCs nowadays and you didn't get to move as much as the blood pretended. Don't think we're even in the blood of Enrile 3.9 at today's graphic level. Either way, I will have to upgrade because my 4 cores will no longer suffice. 

  6. These processors are good for now, not for another year from now. The approaching problem is the next generation of consoles, which will probably not be rejected, dictating the minimum need for Ryzen 8 and 3700 gigabytes Minimum, and that will happen from November. Good for limited-budget gamers? Yes, but another year they will start to feel the savings translated into a bad experience. 

  7. As a result of moving from work from home, I deteriorated from two low 1200p screens next to one, to one screen of the U2412M. It kind of slows me down because of the inability to work with some in parallel. 

    So I'm looking for an ultrawide screen to replace my old-fashioned Dell with something a little more modern. Important image quality at about the same level, an IPS panel, would be nice if it were And various modern choppers. 

    There is no space limit on the table. The budget limit is about 1000 pounds (I'm in the UK, what to do), less preferably. 



  8. Unlike most games this year, this game is worth every penny, and ran a blast on my crippled 50+ frames per second on i5 generation 3 and GTX 1060 6GB at Nightmare's fixed-resolution 1200p stings. 

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  9. I know I'd better shut up, but I'm still playing around with the i5 3450 and 1060 GTX on a 1200p / 60hz screen. I'm dying to upgrade, but can't really find a reason why yet. The computer refuses to lag and games are still running in high settings reasonably and more. I have no idea what I will do with an 8-core processor, let alone a 12 and 16. And if I'm already upgrading then I should have already replaced the screen, but my 5 year old has completely turned around. I guess the upgrade will wait for the next generation of consoles, with the games not built for disabled hardware. 

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