WaltSee wrote on Sep 16, 2021, 15:35:
Crazy...just crazy. Was on the AMD-store queue this morning (to buy an RX-6800XT), and I was placed in line at an hour's wait time...then exactly 11 minutes later, it was over--no more GPUs AMD said. I figure they must have had at least three GPUs to sell this morning...!...;) I don't see the queue as being worthwhile--just not enough stock. No problem on the CPU side, though.
MoreLuckThanSkill wrote on Jul 30, 2021, 00:42:
Aside from the possible memory leak, rebinding keys has issues with the numberpad, because of course it does. Numberpad 0 is by default the game menu(??) but it ALSO maps to ESC, so if you remap Num0, you have also deleted ESC. I usually use the numberpad in games, with num 0 as reload, but now I just open the menu sometimes by mistake. I expect that'll get patched out, or at least decouple ESC from Num0, which is not listed in the keybind settings menu.
RedEye9 wrote on Jul 27, 2021, 13:28:In addition to gaming I'm editing and rendering videos/movies. If necessary, all at the same time. Also, this CPU should last for quite a few years.Lord Tea wrote on Jul 27, 2021, 12:10:I'd buy one just so i could gaze at the CPU task manager.
The Ryzen 5950X has been in stock here in Europe for over 2 months now. Once availability was there its price dropped immediately to MSRP level which can be seen here on the Geizhals graph. I got mine derectly from AMD though, also at MSRP of course.
What do you do with all those cores.
Jivaro wrote on Jun 10, 2021, 18:27:
Control is an OUTSTANDING game.
I don't know anything about Genshin Impact, but Control by itself is an nearly unskippable free offer. I know there are the hard core anti-Epic folks that won't get it at Epic's store, but you all should play this game eventually.
Cutter wrote on Feb 13, 2021, 17:32:As long as quite a few of our things are „made in China“ governments can’t do anything about it. In fact it’s already much too late. A significant majority of the planet's resources is in Chinese hands already. Deal with it as that’s not going to change.
China is the world's major problem. I don't know how often that has to be said until gov'ts start really doing something about it.
Tesla got $1.5bn in environmental subsidies in 2020, funded by the taxpayer.
It turned around and spent $1.5bn on Bitcoin, which is mostly mined with electricity from coal.
Simon Says wrote on Jan 5, 2021, 06:46:
Even more bad news, new 80$ flat tariff on GPUs going into effect.
After the almost doubling of prices post crypto craze, the bots, the scalpers, the new crypto crazy, the low and midrange are gonna eat the worst with that crazy tariff... THANK YOU MR.DRUMPF! You're a fucking lifesaver for "sticking it to the Chinese"!
And you just know this is gonna get reflected on Canadian prices too..
Kxmode wrote on Dec 26, 2020, 17:37:Maybe. But with Epic there is no such thing as “free”. I’m certain of that.Lord Tea wrote on Dec 26, 2020, 16:41:Kxmode wrote on Dec 26, 2020, 15:42:Not for me. No Epic account, therefore no EGL and no freebies for me.
The solution is obvious. More freebies.
That's a peerless level of deductive reasoning.
Kxmode wrote on Dec 26, 2020, 15:42:Not for me. No Epic account, therefore no EGL and no freebies for me. But it’s no free crypto mining for others either....
The solution is obvious. More freebies.
Saboth wrote on Dec 25, 2020, 16:11:
Should have just focused on a low-bug PC version, then once it was stabilized, focused on next-gen, then after all that analyzed to see if it was worth it for last gen consoles.
Capitan wrote on Dec 19, 2020, 02:14:
This is how it goes when heart and your soul aren't involved in the development of games. EA was the first to only release games that the masses wanted to make big money. Board staff at Cyberpunk 2077 made the same mistake. And in this case, it's also spiced with a lack of knowledge of how to make a game.
Guess this is how future gonna be...?
Simon Says wrote on Dec 12, 2020, 17:36:
Just for the bone crushing crunch, the lower ladder employees definitely deserve it. Management... not so sure.