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lol. in stiches
Around $1k, but they are not that wide, so triple monitors is going stick out like dogs ballz
If you are lucky, you might be able to pick up a used GTX690 for $200 - and if you kept quality settings low enough then 144FPS would be achievable
Will medicinal weed be allowed
I actually like what Thermaltake has done with this. A "modded look" case for the masses. Now every man + dog who does not have the skill or time to create a nice modded case can own something that looks half decent and move away from boring midi/full atx cases if they want to. If the price is right, I'm sure many will buy this. If they keep going with all this "clone what's popular" I wonder if a cheap alternative of a desk case for the masses could be next...
You'd be surprised at just how amazing the human eye is and what it's upper limit is - it's much more capable then a lot of "gamers" actually realise If you had said around 200Hz was the upper limit, then you would be in the ball park
If HBO were really interested in reducing the amount of priate downloads in Australia, they wouldn't lock their content under contract to Foxtel only - forcing Australians to pay over $100 a month just to watch GoT. Instead, they would allow online streaming providers, such as Netflix, QuickFlix, Stan, etc, to show GoT to Aussie customers. Until the content is available by other means in AU, they will always be the most pirated TV show in AU.
What you don't get, is locked into a proprietary standard called G-Sync...And honestly, ifyou are getting
I'm going to go against the grain and all the sheep EA haters on OCN. I actually like BF Hardline. It's concept and gameplay is a breath of fresh air in the FPS market. And tbh, this whinge about the DRM is from a reviewer who used 8 different graphics cards in his testing rig - EIGHT!!! The very very very large mayority will be lucky to swap out their gaming rig's graphics cards twice over the life of a BF game, let alone 8 times. Seriously, ppl will do anything to...
To be fair, Tesla is the father of wireless power transmission, and the man behind resonant inductive coupling
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