Originally Posted by HPE1000
Never works amazingly and I dont have many games with that feature anyway.
I was completely unaware that that came built into some games. I guess that shows how much I know. I've always had to set my stuff up for Surround resolutions.and for Black ops third par.
The rest doesn't belong in this thread but what the
Originally Posted by Paradigm Shifter
Every time I've tried 'optimised settings' from software it's resulted in either cranking settings up miles higher than my hardware can do, or setting everything to minimum, or - worse, setting everything sensibly, but then as you discovered, borking the resolution.
I'll stick to setting my own settings, nVidia, mmkay?
Thanks for the heads up, though.
Sadly, I don't think PC gaming will ever reach a state where console gamers consider it 'pick up and play'... unless console games get any slower to start up, anyway... I mean, currently my consoles are just... annoying.
Turn console on.
Wait for it to finally display a picture.
Wait for it to find the internet.
Wait for it to connect.
Wait for it to download tiny update just so it'll log me in.
Wait for update to install.
Rinse 'n' Repeat.
Wait for it to log me in.
Logged in, now navigate to appropriate place in menu to start game.
Wait for game to load.
Wait for game to download update.
Go get cup of coffee.
Sit and stare at screen as game updates.
Watch game restart.
Wait while game loads.
Press 'Start' to begin.
Optional: Load Game.
Actually start to play.
Both the PS3 and the 360 love doing that. Drives me up the wall.
I'm guessing you haven't seen the PS4 release conference.
With the exception to the internet setup and maybe something else I might have missed,
a lot of what you mentioned was supposedly addressed.
He said you can start playing a game while it was still downloading, you can update games in the background, all that crap.
The other big thing was adding the equivalent of putting a PC to sleep. The thing I don't understand is how the heck does it save in the "DDR5 RAM" when it's put to sleep. Maybe he misspoke or I heard it wrong. Or I'm just
I'm not much of a Sony fan like I used to be back in the day, but I figured I could share what I've learned.
Kind of back on topic:
The thing I was thinking the whole time was "so..... Where's the Surround Vision Sony?
; End Video.... That's it?
No.. No Surround Vision
.... Don't let the door hit you on the way out
Edit: P.S. Thanks for the +1.Edited by ACMH-K - 2/20/13 at 11:25pm