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If we're talking game sales, yes it is. Case in point, BO3 - 91% of sales are console (Google it). Most AAA titles trend the same way when available on both platforms.

oh dear! picks a game marketed to tweeners who only afford a console.

see my sig. wink.gif

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gamesindustry.biz ?? Sounds legit.. rolleyes.gif

Want me to re-quote myself now?

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Don’t look now, but the PC is the world’s biggest gaming platform

The Console War Is Over: The PC Already Won

PC DOMINATED WORLDWIDE GAME REVENUE IN 2015

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GLOBAL GAMES MARKET WILL GROW 9.4% TO $91.5BN IN 2015
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Newzoo first introduced its Screen Segmentation Model in early 2012 in response to the evolving market and disappearing boundaries in the traditional market segments. With global revenues continuing to grow toward a more equal divide across the four screens, the Screen Segmentation Model is standing the test of time as the primary model for understanding growth opportunities. In terms of screens, the Computer Screen (PC/Mac) with $33.7Bn will take the biggest chunk of the $91.5Bn pie this year: 37%. On a global scale, the Entertainment Screen (TV/Console, VR) is at 27%. Rapidly growing in its share, the Personal Screen (Phones, Smartwatches) takes 23%, leaving 13% for the Floating Screen (Tablets, Handhelds). The fastest growing segment is the Personal Screen, with a year-on-year growth of +21%. A steep decline in handheld console revenues of -16% will be offset by a +27% increase in tablet revenues, resulting in a healthy +14% overall growth for the Floating Screen.


Edited by looniam - 6/11/16 at 5:22pm
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oh dear! picks a game marketed to tweeners who only afford a console.

see my sig. wink.gif
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Don’t look now, but the PC is the world’s biggest gaming platform

The Console War Is Over: The PC Already Won

PC DOMINATED WORLDWIDE GAME REVENUE IN 2015
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The big revenue drivers for PC last year were free-to-play MMOs, which, according to SuperData, make up more than half of last year's earnings, with $17 billion. Social network-based games were also a major contributor, generating $8 billion in revenue for the platform in 2015.

Other free-to-play games like League of Legends and World of Tanks were among some of biggest money-making titles for the platform last year, while Grand Theft Auto V was the only pay-to-play, single-player-oriented game to make the top 10. IGN Logo

Microtransactions YEAH!
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Resolution surly has a point of pointlessness wouldn't it? Things are only going to be so clear.

Just like frame-rate as well. I have 180hz available but around the 140 mark and beyond it's practically the same.
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So the synopsis for someone jumping right in without having had the opportunity to stay on top of hardware developments:

Versus my GTX 680, the 1080 has comparable though slightly less power draw and temperature, has four times the memory, has 40% more memory bandwidth, 40% more CUDA cores, 3x the pixel rate, and this translates to real world gaming power of... what, 3-4x better? If so I might be splurging on a new GPU. One of my 680s gave up the ghost last week and I wouldn't mind a graphics card upgrade. Not sure if I'll go SLI this time around though...

3-4x over a 680 sounds about right.
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So the synopsis for someone jumping right in without having had the opportunity to stay on top of hardware developments:

Versus my GTX 680, the 1080 has comparable though slightly less power draw and temperature, has four times the memory, has 40% more memory bandwidth, 40% more CUDA cores, 3x the pixel rate, and this translates to real world gaming power of... what, 3-4x better? If so I might be splurging on a new GPU. One of my 680s gave up the ghost last week and I wouldn't mind a graphics card upgrade. Not sure if I'll go SLI this time around though...

3-4X Sounds about right, GTX 680 is what I call a 1080/60 max GPU(a few stressful game you can't max), and GTX 1080 is a 4K/60 max GPU(same caveat)

A single Aftermarket 1080(they should be more available in another week or two at $610-$650 range) should be enough to handle most single monitor/game combo you have in mind.
Edited by sherlock - 6/11/16 at 5:51pm
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Which monitor are you using for that?
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3-4X Sounds about right, GTX 680 is what I call a 1080/60 max GPU(a few stressful game you can't max), and GTX 1080 is a 4K/60 max GPU(same caveat)

A single Aftermarket 1080(they should be more available in another week or two at $610-$650 range) should be enough to handle most single monitor/game combo you have in mind.


Thank you folks. I'm planning on one of the 1440 30-34" monitors and I'm hopeful the 1080 can drive the more demanding games at 120 FPS. If I can do that on a single GPU I'll be golden.
    
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That chart made me remember that all those facebook games are PC games as well. I wonder how much of that piece of pie is DOTA.
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Thank you folks. I'm planning on one of the 1440 30-34" monitors and I'm hopeful the 1080 can drive the more demanding games at 120 FPS. If I can do that on a single GPU I'll be golden.

Benchmarks here include 1080 on 1440 x 34" Ultrawide. http://techgage.com/article/nvidia-geforce-gtx-1080-review-a-look-at-4k-ultra-wide-gaming/5/

I'm on 1440 x 34" Ultrawide and couldn't imagine going back to playing a game at 16:9 aspect ratio.
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Benchmarks here include 1080 on 1440 x 34" Ultrawide. http://techgage.com/article/nvidia-geforce-gtx-1080-review-a-look-at-4k-ultra-wide-gaming/5/

I'm on 1440 x 34" Ultrawide and couldn't imagine going back to playing a game at 16:9 aspect ratio.

First 5760x1080, then 2560x1080 and now 3440x1440... can't see myself ever going back to 16:9!

Awesome with reviews that cover 3440x1440. Usually you have to watch 4k and 2560x1440 and come up with something in between
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I cant wait to have 3440x1440 100hz+ and gsync screens priced reasonaby, meanwhile have to do with 2560x1440 gsync and 144hz
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