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That dual core crap isn't going in any PC I'm building.
It's a lot more capable than a console CPU.
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It boggles my mind that you believe I hate Microsoft. As the former proud owner of an Xbox, Xbox 360 and a current owner of a Windows gaming PC, your logic is faulty at best. Just because I'm not willing to spend $4-500 to do something a below $20 cable will do for me at higher quality doesn't mean I hate a company. I'm greatful I don't have to buy another system. This fool and his money don't have to part so soon. Thank you Microsoft.

Now that we've had this discussion, don't you feel better? I know I do.

Sorry I wasn't singling you out, I was speaking generally.
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Well, with the Pentium G4560 available, you can build a fairly capable machine at that price point, though that's not including Windows. Personally, I'd rather have a $430 G4560/RX 470 PC than a PS4 Pro.

I would not.
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Consoles are okay, but i've felt that i've outgrown them at this point. I don't care about graphics, not as much as i care about framerates and things being butter smooth. I don't enjoy any game under 100 fps, and if its an FPS then i need to reach or exceed my monitors 165hz refresh rate. LCDs are lacking still, i had a beefy IBM CRT that did 100hz at 1440×1080, and while 4:3 was disgusting after being accustomed to 16:9 for so long, the fluidity was insane. Really aching for high refresh oled monitors.
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Consoles are okay, but i've felt that i've outgrown them at this point. I don't care about graphics, not as much as i care about framerates and things being butter smooth. I don't enjoy any game under 100 fps, and if its an FPS then i need to reach or exceed my monitors 165hz refresh rate. LCDs are lacking still, i had a beefy IBM CRT that did 100hz at 1440×1080, and while 4:3 was disgusting after being accustomed to 16:9 for so long, the fluidity was insane. Really aching for high refresh oled monitors.

Completely different for me, and pretty much everyone I know that used to build high end rigs and play (PC) games alot.
We are all using the PC less and less and tend to get interresting games for consoles instead. No BS, just play. While relaxed in good chair/couch on a huge screen.
After a day in front of the PC at work, gaming on my PC afterwards is not something that happends very often, and when it does, only for short sessions.

I also prefer a solid SP, with a great story and gameplay, over rinse and repeat MP these days.

Then again, I don't play much. Sounds like you play a whole lot more than me.

It might change at some point. But in the last 8-9 months I have barely used my PC for gaming. Bought a 240 Hz monitor (for cheap) to get me interrested again. Have not happend yet. Played a little BF1 MP and Doom MP, got boring very fast..
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Sorry I wasn't singling you out, I was speaking generally.
It's all good.
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Why not give it an additional 128GB M.2 SSD or at least a SSHD? Slow 5400 RPM drives is what kills performance in consoles.

Because the majority of people that use consoles don't know the difference. They look at a 128GB SSD and a 500GB HDD and pick the HDD because its larger.
    
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It's a lot more capable than a console CPU.

As a package? lol naw... but you stick with your dual core more power to you.
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It's a lot more capable than a console CPU.

Alot more capable of stuttering?
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Alot more capable of stuttering?
A lot more capable of 60 FPS. If you have any evidence that it stutters across a wide range of titles, please share.
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