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  1. System32.exe

    Who here likes salt and vinegar chips?

    I don't. I've tried them a few times.. not my thing.
  2. Much smaller price tag? What? They both have the same $699 MSRP. Also Radeon VII prices will undoubtedly sky rocket post launch just like with Vega due to limited stock. They aren't ahead here. Also AMD has been ahead numerous times in the past.
  3. Except it's not, the majority of Fortnite players are kids, it's the new Minecraft. I doubt it. Games are only getting more expensive to develop, and the only reason Bungie is able to self publish is because they got to keep their massive, already established franchise after breaking off from Activision. The difference is that Epic Games is only coming in after the games have already been developed and listed/sold on other stores for months, they're not helping fund the development of any new games, instead they line the pockets of publishers. You're naive to think these shady deals they're doing are going to help anyone but the executives at these companies. Also EGS has a ton of flaws and is an overall downgrade versus Steam. Their servers aren't secure (they've already been hacked multiple times), their refund policy is terrible, and there's no community review system for games.
  4. LOL. The average Fortnite player is a little kid, do you really think that's the demographic that's going to purchase Metro:Exodus en masse? Also FYI most Fortnite players aren't on PC, so the number of people with EGS installed is far lower than you think. And of the ones that do have it installed most of them literally only have it installed for Fortnite and couldn't care less about other games. Actually they don't, self publishing is still incredibly rare outside of small indie games. They're getting hate because of the third party exclusivity deals, it's not hard to understand.
  5. You need to sell a lot of games to make money, sure EGS takes a lower cut but it also has a user base that's pathetically small compared to Steam's. Also more money to developers? Don't make me laugh, the extra cash is going to be pocketed by publishers.
  6. System32.exe

    World's first fully ray traced game (mod) released

    Whether or not it's worth the price is purely subjective. I'm not going to waste my time arguing with your entrenched opinion.
  7. System32.exe

    World's first fully ray traced game (mod) released

    You do realize that a year ago the idea of any real time RT in games was totally unthinkable, right? Going from zero RT to partial RT at 60+ FPS is a big step forward.
  8. System32.exe

    World's first fully ray traced game (mod) released

    Why does it have to perform "extremely well"? Even the 2060 can do RT at 60 FPS, which is perfectly playable. The goal posts on what's playable moving from 60 FPS to 144 FPS just because RTX entered the scene is utterly moronic. Wrong. http://brechpunkt.de/q2vkpt/
  9. System32.exe

    Intel buying out AMD rumors

    Fair enough. I admittedly don't know a lot about this stuff.
  10. System32.exe

    Intel buying out AMD rumors

    What? Pretty sure AMD went fabless years ago when they spun off GloFo.
  11. System32.exe

    Intel buying out AMD rumors

    The EU has zero power to stop this, Intel will laugh all the way to the bank while getting slapped with a pathetic fine that gets easily covered by a single quarter's earnings.
  12. System32.exe

    Intel buying out AMD rumors

    $5 billion? That's a slap on the wrist for these giant corporations, lol.
  13. System32.exe

    Intel buying out AMD rumors

    Curbstomped Microsoft how? Windows is still the only relevant desktop OS in Europe.
  14. System32.exe

    Intel buying out AMD rumors

    What's the EU going to do about it? Just look at Microsoft and Google, the EU can't do shit to actually stop monopolies, at best they'll be a thorn in Intel's side every once in a while. US? The current administration is so corrupt, this kind of buyout would have minimal challenges in court.
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    Intel buying out AMD rumors

    Who cares what the world thinks? AMD and Intel are both American companies, and the current US administration would rubber stamp this buyout so fast your head would spin. x86 CPUs wouldn't be the first market to be practically owned by a single supplier anyway.
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