Would this go on sale for black friday?
Mkay started PC in the morning at 9:00 clock, went to school at 10:10 got out and the sound was horribly distorted (judging by spotify music) anyway replugged and now it works
but i got these 70euro siberian motherfucking headphones so what might be it. hope it never happens again
It is has been such a long time since I've kept up to date with everything. Is there any website or help guide that could aid in helping to refresh my memory and keeping up to date with new consumer hardware and software?
As it is I'm already doing my research, but any help would be grand.
Also another quick question. Can a PCI-Express 2.1 x16 video card run in a regular PCI-Express x16 motherboard? If so how much of a difference would there be?
there was an article on toms hardware or something where they tested a 480 in different slots, IIRC in x8 there was a 2% difference compared to x16
so basically barely any difference, at least with the cards we have now
What is the best video card for $250?
This problem has actually bothered me for a while, but I didn't want to make a thread.
The problems is, when I basicly do anything, windows wants to install something called Airplus G. So I let it run, but then after that a window comes up saying AirPlus G.msi is missing. I've tried searching for it, but it isn't to be found anywhere. How can I get rid of it?
Can someone suggest a laptop for £300 in the UK?
software question here: What 3d modeling program is most popular with video game development nowadays? I just want to know what is worth learning and what isn't.
What is the difference between MSAA, QSAA, and CSAA Antialiasing? I only have MSAA and CSAA on my laptop, so which one has the best performance/quality ratio?
So from what I can tell, 8x CSAA is better than 2x MSAA, and 16xQ CSAA is equal to 8x MSAA in terms of performance, but it gets higher quality?
Thanks for clarifying that up.
One more thing, it seems like Anisotropic filtering has around 0% impact on performance. Even on 16x, my FPS barely budges. Is that supposed to happen?
In a 1000$ build for a friend, 1GB HD 6870 or 1GB GTX 460?
How did you manage only a 460 in a thousand dollar build?
Now I did try to save money on everything I could (This does not mean I put a shitty PSU in there), but I couldn't get more money for a GPU than that.
Oh, and here's a list of the main reasons:
1 - I live in Norway. Things are expensive here. (In example; PS3 was 1000USD at launch, games cost 110USD retail when they're new)
2 - He wanted a specific case (Flashy, has a handle) and a wireless network card.
3 - He wanted 8GBs of RAM. (Server?)
4 - 750W PSU due to possible upgrades.
Will optimise it now due to the CM Storm Scout suddenly being sold for half the price.
Maybe I can put a better GPU in there now.
Here's the list of parts, you guys are probably a whole lot smarter than me so feel free to come with ideas.
Why not get a beige case and put lights on it and screw on a door handle?
It will flash and have a handle.
Its learning curve is like England's cliffs, though. If you want to learn something, learn Maya or 3D Studio Max because that's the mainstream.
I am not entirely new to 3d modeling, I have just been out of the scene for a few years. I just wanted to know which was more used these days
Your IT department has obviously never heard of the almight wildcard.
Can I move the stuff I have on my user account to another user account?
if it is the same size as this one:
Then it is 12 inches (30 cm)
Wait, why are there multiple graphics cards. Isn't it just Nvidia GeForce GTX 460? What is an EVGA GTX 460? Asus GTX 460? Sparkle GTX 460?
What is the difference?