You have never built a PC before, I can tell.
You don't need benchmarks when its pretty much common knowledge the hardware used is more than enough to push [email protected]
@zivtheawesome What? Have you ever seen 144fps or even native 4K?
Four times the resolution is a huge difference, like 30fps and 144. What you are agreeing with is a crime.
This article is fake. DS2 was locked at 30fps because of a microsoft deal to sell more consoles. Only when the lock affected the consoles did it get fixed
You have a 1080ti, you damn well know these numbers are exaggerated in console fashion.. You and witcher 3 and 4K @ 60fps.. Grrrr And stuck here with 2 980scs >.>
Thirty.. Thats a selling point?
What a disappointing end to what was set to be great. There was no way they could have screwed this up, but they did somehow.
It is far too accurate of a comparison. It puts the developers to shame
Told you :P Never trust EA
Finally! I have been dying for some go-karts
Its recalled for the screen scratching
Ahh Mezzo, I've missed your antics on the forums
They got that, on PC.
TL;DR - Deadrising 2 and the DLC (counting as the other games), and Cars 2.
Ahh yes, the 80's. Known for cocaine, long hair, and the video game crash caused by what microsoft wants to do
Great way to not read the article
According to July 2015's hardware survey, only 34% of Steam users play at 1920x1080 resolution, with 26% running games at the laptop standard resolution of 1366x768. Out of the gamers that opt in for multi-display gaming, a full ~29% of these users run at 3840 x 1080 resolution.
And when you look at the steam stats page, you do a little math, addition, and add up everything above 1080p and it works out to be above 60%...
If I'm not mistaken, Steam is richer than Sony
Skyrim says hi
NMS was a scam from the get go
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