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00:23 - Intel Server Roadmap Shows More 14nm
01:47 - Intel 15W Whiskey Lake-U Specs Revealed
03:07 - Intel Launches Crimson Canyon NUCs with AMD dGPU
04:10 - Intel SSD 660p with QLC NAND
05:06 - AMD Launches New GPU Game Bundle
05:57 - JapanNext Launches 200Hz Curved Ultrawide Monitor
06:57 - AMD Creates New Zen SoC for Chinese Console
08:15 - Fallout 76 Won’t Be Sold on Steam
08:39 - Discord is Launching Game Store
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I know that it does not have a lot of sense in testing a CPU at 4K but it does not have a lot of sense in testing a 1080 Ti at 1080P neither. In the next CPU tests please do some tests at 4K just to inform us if our CPU is good for 4K or not.
Yeah, I won't buy it. I do not want another game service on my system. I am happy with steam. I think Bethesda will eventually yield and release on steam. Bethesda just doesn't want to give up a 30% cut for their game. Though a big release and publisher like Bethesda can likely negotiate better terms than 30%. They're just being greedy.
why are these new mobile CPUs turboing to 4.7GHz? There is no way they will be able to substain that kind of performance over a resonable amount of time. I think what Intel needs to do is get rid of Base Clock speeds and turn it into Substained Clock speeds (Thst would a messerment of the Frequency of the Processer Under a stress test) Thst will also give us a quick peak at the cooler performance of a laptop or tablet!
"What the hell is Geforce MX130? Oh, they're not even telling what core it is." I know MX150 is equivalent to GT1030 and there's nothing lower than that in the Maxwell lineup, so... rebranded previous gen?
Hell yeah! It's just awesome that Valve loses out on another big game! The less games Valve has at this point, the better. They're so big that they think their shit doesn't stink, so anyone going their own way is fine by me. I'll install all the goddamn clients if it means Valve loses even just a little grip on their stranglehold of the PC gaming market.
Lithography is being used as a marketing tactic keep in mind. I'm not expecting Ryzen 7nm to beat Intel 14nm in gaming in 2019. It will be close and the reviewers will suggest AMD is the better buy if you do anything other than play games. I already have a Z370 board it would be too expensive to switch to ryzen with a new AM4 Board. So all I'm going to do is update UEFI Asus and buy an i5 9600k.
I already have orgin and steam. So adding bethesda launcher honestly isnt painful. I’ve already pre ordered it, yeah it sucks its not on steam, i’m just thankful that every single game doesn’t have a dedicated launcher.
Just seems really childish to complain massively about it to me.
I was already on the fence with 76, now I'll wait for reviews and such. I'm just happy they called it something other the Fallout 5.
Branching a big name like Fallout off into a different naming scheme to try things is great, hopefully it means Fallout 5 will stay true to it's lineage and be single player greatness, with mods, many many mods.
Mind if I suggest you guys add some sort of cue in when changing topic, like what GN do. Getting kinda lost sometimes as i'm not a good listener :P
Btw who else click the description to open when AMD news start lol
I don't mind dev's choosing not to go with steam, why should every game have to be on steam? I have plenty of games that are independently published and I also have GOG, UPlay, Origin and Battlenet portals. NP.
Was not interested in fallout. Was not crazy for bethesda since eso. Might just be they go on my boycott list just like ea-origin if they going to enforce their platform. If they go totally drm free then all is well i just not use their client.
I can understand publishers dont want to pay valve or gog. Fine go on self publish, but you have to be drm free at that point! Steam i tolerate since it makes up for most of the problems it brings, but why would i want new problems when clearly they dont bring benefit.
And they cant bring, because it would mean beating steam in its own game while it has 10 years of head start. Merely copying steam does not provide any benefit to us since we already have it on steam. Its worth is 0. But any feature they leave out is a strike against them.
Nothing wrong with the content as usual, but there is a sort of lightning problem with this video. My first thought: "Whoah, Tim's looking mighty unhealthy", but then he moved his head and it turned out to be some sickly green-yellowish reflection coming from somewhere.
It's a real bum move from Bethesda. Steam isn't just the biggest pc game client, but also the biggest advertising platform for pc gaming. Every time I turn on my pc to game I automatically log into steam and get hit up by the front page, and I'm sure I'm not the only PC gamer that does this. I don't know a single solo that will regularly hit up the Bethesda client to see what's going on.
ahh I see. There are a lot of games out there that are not very good. Thats why I'm subed to a few youtubers that focus on new and upcoming Indie games (Splater Cat Gaming and YKY Mr.Falcon are my 2 favs) They based thier channels on going through all the new indie games and presenting the best ones they like with a video or 2. Mr. Falcon focuses on Survival, Story based, or Zombie games while Splater Cat does a little bit of everything!
since steam Greenlight and more recently , Steam Direct, it's almost all bad asset flips, silly dlc or cheap Japanese 'graphic' adventures on there. It's become a real quest to find the good , new games. I only use the store now to buy a game I already know I want to have upfront.
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