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  1. Same Problem. I'm from Australia. When you add the game to your wish list you can see the 1970 release date.
  2. My current setup is a cheap one but it does the job. My Keyboard is a Dell SK-8115 (yes the most generic stereotypical "Public Keyboard" to ever exist) But I use it because it was free and mechanical <3 My mouse is a Gigabyte GM 5100 with a surprisingly tactile click for a $10 mouse. Finally My headphones are TDK St-600 that I picked up for $50 in clearance. Honestly these headphones have a terrible tiny sound and feel like they only go up half volume. Not to mention that I can't keep them on my head for 2 hours without my ears hurting. Im definitely well overdue for a preferential upgrade :')
  3. Its one wallpaper, I used the span option in settings
  4. Hey, so I’ve just purchased a dell xps 13 with core i7-6500U, integrated Intel 520 graphics and I am using Premiere to edit. And I was wondering after watching this video, is cineform totally dependent on a GPU for GPU acceleration? Or would it be still worthwhile converting to cineform even with integrated graphics. Thanks for your help in advance
  5. Thanks for your help, I understand the performance difference with dedicated vs integrated graphics but was just wondering does converting to cineform have any performance benefit for scrubbing through footage with an integrated GPU. not necessarily export times.
  6. Hey, so I’ve just purchased a dell xps 13 with core i7-6500U, integrated Intel 520 graphics and I am using Premiere to edit. And I was wondering after watching Linus’s “4K Editing on an ultrabook” video, is cineform totally dependent on a GPU for GPU acceleration? Or would it be still worthwhile converting to cineform even with integrated graphics. Thanks for your help in advance
  7. WOW A 5820k SO MUCH POWER, SO MUCH OVER CLOCKING CUSTOMISABILITY, THE POSSIBILITIES ARE ENDLESS!!!!!!! *faints*
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