Lets make things clear first — FRAPS is known to display around 10-15 FPS lower than what you are actually getting. With that in mind we invite you to check out our next video series filmed by GamerX at GamingAllTheTime.com
BS fraps displays the framerate you are getting at that moment!Fraps its not a taxing APPZ and doesn't dispay 15fps less than what you actually are getting!It displays the correct framerate!Another BS his telling that v-sync is enable,well getting 20 to 45fps in MW3 and v-sync is enable!?Very strange.
It is a well known fact running FRAPS reduces your frame rate some, especially if you have it loaded off a slower HDD. With direct filmed videos you can see 0 lag what so ever, you can't even notice lag. In this case FRAPS was doing multiple tasks including benchmarks that haven't been posted yet. Either way, the FPS never dipped below a playable frame rate maxed out, even noted by the person playing the game. And finally, background apps were running as well - and games never once shuttered. The lowest dip was at a still visible by the eye fps in Skyrim, maxed out settings probably loading from the HDD at the time. BTW the system is now on Amazon for pre-order as well. For running brand new games at highest settings, switching over a few details and the FPS will be blazing. These videos show everything completely maxed out @ 1080p.
Also remember, its a PC - you can change the settings to get 100 FPS if you so choose. I choose to run on FULL settings. With effects turned down everything would of course run at a smoother pace. However that's not what my videos were about -- they are about what the system can push out at completely maxed settings, which is what users were asking for :)
I'm not sure if you the maker of RRH, or just an employee, but I just want to tell you that I've been watching all you youtube videos, and reading all your stuff on n4g. The fact that you are making yourself available to interested readers via comments, and defending your product shows your passion like you are here, is very very reassuring to potential buyers. I encourage to keep it up,I feel like if I needed to, I could get in contact with you if I needed to. And that is a big plus in my book.
Hey I also looked for it on amazon, but cant find it, I looked under red riding hood and steam console, can you post a link. I want to put it on my wish list.
Click on their store page @ SteamConsole.com and click the Amazon link. Wish list away :)
Hey is there any difference between the 3 different models of this system? So like is the price different only because of the included keyboards, mouse, game controller, and bigger HD space? Or is it because the more expensive systems have like more ram and better processors or something?
The underlying specs are the same except a 2 TB HDD, The DVR Card and Software, and Professional Bluetooth Gaming Keyboard/Mouse and a nice Bluetooth controller. Grandmother's house doesn't have 2 GPUs only one and it's a 6570 which can still run games pretty well at lower effect settings.
Sorry to keep bothering you, but I have a few more questions, and I am not really that computer savvy. Does the middle unit, (the base one) come with 2 GPUs, or is it only reserved for the complete unit? Also, I am planning to hook my system up to a 720P tv (1366 X 786 resolution), so does it make since to invest in the middle or complete unit, if I plan to do all my gaming in 720P?
Middle Unit and Complete unit have 2 GPUs, Bottom Unit has 1 GPU. If you are going to 720p then I would say go for the middle unit and not complete. If you don't need the extra features of the complete unit RRH Base system will do you just fine, and $200 cheaper. Heck for 720P gaming the $299 model might even have the bang for your buck.
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