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post #21 of 45 (permalink) Old 06-03-2020, 05:55 PM - Thread Starter
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makes sense, the majority of their viewers are in the streets right now...

and its not just the US protesting, buddy . unfortunately, it's pretty unstable everywhere at the moment.

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I don't exactly have the big picture but a lot were initially railing Sony for the indefinite suspension, then other gaming developers and publishers followed suit, some probably incidental. They probably thought it was just Sony being an "sjw" (don't know the politically correct term, please correct).
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As much as I want to say "I think so", I'm not so sure. Sony has a habit of creating inspiring projects, while Microsoft's are generally lukewarm. This might be because Sony is first a theater/movie company, even if in recent years Playstation has become what they're known for.

Not saying you're wrong, but I'll reserve judgement for when it happens.
That's a odd way to see Sony.

Most kids see Sony these days as the people that make the PlayStation in the US.

I remember them for being a giantic electornics manufacture that I loved (like an apple sheep, I owned their 1st Mini Disc protable Player/Rec., I still have their bookshelf MD system, handy cams, their 56mb stick MP3 player, portable slot loading CD Players WEGA TVs etc etc).
But its kind of sad that their nothing but just a insurance and playstation company in my eyes now.

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That's a odd way to see Sony.

Most kids see Sony these days as the people that make the PlayStation in the US.

I remember them for being a giantic electornics manufacture that I loved (like an apple sheep, I owned their 1st Mini Disc protable Player/Rec., I still have their bookshelf MD system, handy cams, their 56mb stick MP3 player, portable slot loading CD Players WEGA TVs etc etc).
But its kind of sad that their nothing but just a insurance and playstation company in my eyes now.
They do insurance? That's interesting.
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no thx.

man needs a razor blade. his wife needs to shave that off in his sleep.

i like how he held up a bajillion dollar SSD to defend PC. yes, point made linus, thanks.

he should've left off the bit where he claims it was a persona/joke. no linus, you were just being you. its ok.

i wonder how this will affect microsoft, & how it effects Windows Gaming? also, the asset referencing technology is a blast from the past no? Isn't that how they fit so much stuff on Nintendo games?

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I've heard recently that everyone on OCN loves Linus, so here's one of his videos.

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Confirmation bias but that's what I also thought. The LCD could be PC with all Sony and MS console having dedicated h/w decompression for their ssds.

It would've probably taken much longer for newer nvmes to be fully taken advantage of without consoles (low to no profit margins on hardware). It just seems big devs are not confident without them.

Is it the first time consoles are leading tech for mass consumer device? Maybe helped mass push BluRays? I've only think of how weak this gen's consoles were in terms of hardware.

I wish MS keeps the Kinect legacy (now probably moved into Mixed Reality teams).

I bet AMD (and maybe MS and Sony indirectly) are bringing a lot of those storage tech, h/w or software, to mass consumers on PC as they've already hinted in the Road to SP5 vid.

PC has really had very fast storage for a while now but until consoles adapt the tech, it may just feel like beta state when looking at some of the load times I've seen from a few years back.

These is in the context of gaming though and I hope RTX muscles would finally be properly flexed in within a year or two.

Could definitely be wrong though.
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Due to the current price fixing on the GPU market by Nvidia, I'm giving strong consideration to buying a PS5, and giving up PC gaming for a couple years to wait and see if the GPU market fixes itself. I don't currently own any of the current gen systems, never had a need. Literally skipped this entire gen of console gaming. The new systems look like they're closer to PCs than the current gen systems, which is a good thing. Due to Moore's law (which appears to be noticeably hitting hardware development currently), the specs of the new systems are likely to hold up better for longer than the previous gen. And if the price point is a rumored $500-$600, I'm sold. That's the cost of a mid-range GPU these days..... when mid range GPUs used to be $350, and the flagships were $700.


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Due to the current price fixing on the GPU market by Nvidia, I'm giving strong consideration to buying a PS5, and giving up PC gaming for a couple years to wait and see if the GPU market fixes itself. I don't currently own any of the current gen systems, never had a need. Literally skipped this entire gen of console gaming. The new systems look like they're closer to PCs than the current gen systems, which is a good thing. Due to Moore's law (which appears to be noticeably hitting hardware development currently), the specs of the new systems are likely to hold up better for longer than the previous gen. And if the price point is a rumored $500-$600, I'm sold. That's the cost of a mid-range GPU these days..... when mid range GPUs used to be $350, and the flagships were $700.
Why not consider Series X with that budget of up to $ 600, so you also build a library for PC when you come back to it, years after?
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Why not consider Series X with that budget of up to $ 600, so you also build a library for PC when you come back to it, years after?
You're suggesting that he passes on some of the most critically-acclaimed and potential new franchises (PS exclusives) so that he can instead maybe play some of his old games years later on PC? That doesn't make much sense...

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Due to the current price fixing on the GPU market by Nvidia, I'm giving strong consideration to buying a PS5, and giving up PC gaming for a couple years to wait and see if the GPU market fixes itself. I don't currently own any of the current gen systems, never had a need. Literally skipped this entire gen of console gaming. The new systems look like they're closer to PCs than the current gen systems, which is a good thing. Due to Moore's law (which appears to be noticeably hitting hardware development currently), the specs of the new systems are likely to hold up better for longer than the previous gen. And if the price point is a rumored $500-$600, I'm sold. That's the cost of a mid-range GPU these days..... when mid range GPUs used to be $350, and the flagships were $700.
Consoles have been custom PC's for a while; The Xbox runs Win Spy and the PS4 runs BSD, with both having AMD APU's.

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