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  1. If you're just going to run programs on one monitor at a time (and not try to stretch them across both) then two monitors with different resolutions will work just fine.
  2. One of the most concerning things in the article is this: About 95% of Bioware was developing Dragon Age during Anthem's pre-development , and by the end they had people dropping out in what they called "emotional casualties", where team members would just disappear for months because it was so stressful to work at such an insane pace. TO THE POINT that some devs wanted their game to fail in order to prove a point. The sad thing is that this will probably be the last game Bioware ever makes as EA is notorious at shutting down "under-performing" studios.
  3. I'm going to link this video that LTT did about a year ago I skipped over the gaming results and went straight to the productivity results. The conclusion is that faster ram can give you a performance edge, but not enough to make it worth the money It's for those looking to squeeze every ounce of power out of their machine when their budget is essentially unlimited.
  4. His solution is the only one. SSE3 is a CPU instruction set. If his CPU doesn't support it then there is nothing more to do than replace it with a newer CPU. EDIT: Meant SSSE3. I'm going to guess that his friend has an AMD Phenom, which doesn't support it.
  5. Most of it is from kickbacks that are given to Honey from merchants whenever you use the service. You can read more about it here: https://help.joinhoney.com/article/30-how-does-honey-make-money They also claim to not give out data or info to third parties, with the exception of payment details when purchasing through Honey.
  6. It appears that the Magewell Pro Capture Quad HDMI does: https://www.magewell.com/products/pro-capture-quad-hdmi It is quite expensive though.
  7. Okay, then yeah what Golden said above. You'll need either a 4 input capture card if all sources are using HDMI or a 2 input card + two usb webcams
  8. All of those at the same time? Or have the ability to swap between them?
  9. Okay so the I5-6400 has support for ddr4 memory, so you'll be fine just replacing the RAM.
  10. Do you know what your CPU is? Task manager should tell you. Unfortunately DDR4 is not backwards compatible, so unless you already have a cpu+motherboard that support DDR4 you'll have to replace both in order to use the new memory.
  11. The issue is that you're streaming at 144 fps in OBS. That is way too many frames for it to render. I'd recommend dropping it down to 60fps. It won't impact your game's framerate, only the stream's. Youtube and Twitch don't even support anything over 60 fps (as far as I'm aware) so the viewers won't even notice.
  12. This is Nvidia's official way to do it: https://www.nvidia.com/object/IO_13955.html However DDU is both easier and will remove it entirely (sometimes Nvidia's way doesn't)
  13. You're going to want to use DDU (Display driver uninstaller). https://www.guru3d.com/files-details/display-driver-uninstaller-download.html It will completely remove all traces of your Nvidia driver so that you can reinstall it.
  14. It appears you are not the only one having issues with this watch after updating it to Android Wear 2.0. I found this discussion on it: https://productforums.google.com/forum/#!msg/android-wear/mHcrPKzU_sY/aG6nGSq3BgAJ You may be able to find a solution there.
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