How come when I play at home on my i5 2400 and gtx 680(1080p) i get 65-80 fps depending on the map, but according to tpu that's the same as a gtx 970 or r9 390, which should be quite a bit better than my old 680?
We're both on ultra settings though.
I remember being surprised when I got the game, but I passed it off as driver and game updates improving performance since I bought it well after launch.
Not so sure now...
So with the recent benchmarks release I just don't fucking know, which one should I buy?
Ayy lmao the RX 480 CF beats a gtx 1080 fucking nvidiots
It is here.
Tom's is late.
I'm sorry AMD created a card that barely competes with a quarter decade old nvidia card, runs absurdly hot, and crashes with even the slightest OC.
I'm sorry more than anything that nvidoa continues to not have a worthy adversary, which means we will continue getting incremental upgrades for the foreseeable future.
Holy fuck, I thought they were going to do something big, but this is the same useless crap, what the fuck, the only thing that is worthy to notice is the extensions for edge.
Anyone else seem to find more AMD hate then real AMD shills?
AMD has overpromised and massively disappointed for years. People from both camps want it to at least be competitive but they get let down every time. Of course there's going to be lots of frustration being expressed all round.
So now that we know the rx480 is betaen in essentially every benchmark by the 970. Can we finally give up on this meme.
Nobody actually buys AMD apart from legit consolefags who listen to what /g/ says.
It's all fun and games really.
> Beaten by an overclocked 970, please be realistic
It was expected, and cucks fell for the
cheap powerful card meme
Its a low midranged 1080p card, just like AMD promised, retards made shit up
>that guy who gets upset when people pay others to build their pc, yet goes to an auto garage to have his oil changed
Are there any cars that respect my freedom? What are some of /g/'s recommended cars?
You don't save hardly any money by changing your oil yourself instead of someone like Valvoline. There's no point to do it yourself anymore.
Having someone else build your computer for you costs hundreds extra in comparison to the maybe $10 extra you pay for it to be done in 5 minutes by a garage.
Remind me why people use Android again
Pic taken from reddit
What does Palantir actually do ? And how is it useful and why is it worth $22 bln ?
Is there a good shared online space in the interwebs?
Something like dropbox, where authorized people can upload to your space aswell. Uncomplicated and with huge files?
I'm a video editor collaborating with other people around the world for a project. They need to upload up to 10GB of video at a time, and I need to receive it quickly.
Free would be great, but paying for this kind of service is no problem either.
Get a VPS with a reasonably big storage-capacity. Then tell them to upload their stuff via sftp. It's fast, secure and supported on every platform, also fairly easy to setup and use with clients lile filezilla and such. There is a chinese company that offers 1TB "free cloud-storage", but never used it.
I'm looking for an offline drag and drop website builder that can be recommended by someone. I dont mind paying for it.
is it worth using a hosting service compared to running the website on a DIY home server?
what are those. they broke out. am I dun goofed..