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Dem cards... it's so tempting to dump my r270x and get one3 of those... Saw that some people finally bypassed the power limit on >9xx serie, how much of a difference does it do on OCing? if it's WCing worthy, I may as well grab a 970 or two.
Don't blame the devs because some journalists thought having "CoD" in the title would make a nice headline to get more hits. The only thing they said remotely close isOnce again, OCN falls to shoddy journalism.
I used to game with a trackball exclusively for 6 years, a good old Logitech Marblemouse. People thought I was crazy when they saw me at a lan party with that and an IBM Model M. I ended up being called "that guy with all the balls". Only reason I switched was that every ones on the market had abysmal sensors and/or shape, I'd hit negative acceleration way too often in games but yea, if anyone would make a decent one I'd jump on it and buy 3 of em just in case.I'm actually...
It's usually only there to protect the glossy plastic during transport, don't worry about it it won't damage anything if you gently scrape it off. Nearly every glossy plastic products has a plastic film on it when new.
I'd say get her a Xonar DG(X) along with a comfy cans (ATH-A500 could be a good start). I'll leave the headphone-tryouts part for the others, as a man who mods everything he sees is never to be a sane reference . Or, if you want my advice, you can get a pair of A900 used for 100$, get some pleather pads A1000 style and mod the heck out of them and have some quite stellar cans. As for the mic, Simca FTW .If you follow the A900 suggestion, beware of the A900X, I had a pair...
It falls under the science category, so nope.
We are talking about an indie studio that has been probably working on this for at least 3 years... I doubt scraping the whole thing for UE4 is a viable option.
I've been playing since release, can't wait for the 2nd.But yea...most of the time either people love it or absolutely hate it. I'm a sucker for raw feeling games especially when the shooting is responsive and simple.
Alright, I've had enough of them. Every time I try to connect at work and even sometime on my home PC, I keep getting that darn message to give them my phone number so they can send a verification code. Thing is, I don't have a cellphone and I don't want my home number linked to my account. Any way to disable that once and for all before I call it quit and move to Gmail?
I heard good things about Yamaha's PRO serie, other than that I seem to recall seeing some velour pads for the momentum a while ago. Could be worth a try.
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