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Le Lion de Barreras

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  • CPU
    Intel i5-4460
  • Motherboard
    Asus H81M-D PLUS
  • RAM
    8 GB DDR3
  • GPU
    Asus Radeon R9 270 OC
  • Case
    Cougar Spike
  • Storage
    120gb Crucial SSD, 1TB WD, 1TB Seagate
  • PSU
    Sentey Mbp750-hm
  • Display(s)
    HP 2511x & Sharp 32" TV
  • Keyboard
    Red Dragon Karura
  • Mouse
    Red Dragon Nemean Lion
  • Sound
    DAYTONAUDIO Bookshelf Speakers / Lepai T AMP
  • Operating System
    Windows 10

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  1. Alright. My advice is go with the 750 TI along with a decent power supply if you can manage. For the games you're currently playing the 750 TI should be a decent upgrade. Going any higher is a waste since you current setup will bottleneck it. Once you have the 750 TI save up little by little and do a completely new build, only carry over the hard drive and the GPU and PSU (if you went and bought a new one) and in the future go for a better GPU. As for which brand for of GPU to choose EVGA is pretty solid and they also make pretty good PSU's too. Good luck.
  2. Go with upgrading your PSU first and then go for the GPU later. If your PSU needs to be upgraded asap you'll be stuck with a low tier card going the 750 TI route. The good about the 750 TI is that isn't doesn't need a PSU cable to run, it runs fine off the PCI power but it's a low tier card you won't be able to play much games at high settings. Upgrade your PSU and then go for a card that's within your budget.
  3. First decide on a budget. Depending on what you're allowed to get. In terms of hardware the 950 is better than the 750 TI but if you're allowed to spend a bit more going to the AMD route for a R9 380 is a much better option than the 950 or go one step above and get a 960. But what's your current PSU?
  4. The 750 TI is a fairly old card you're better off going the newer route which is the 950.
  5. Eh, I'll admit if the hardware spec rumors are true; I can see why everyone is getting hyped for it. But that remains to be seen. Congrats.
  6. Pascal is most likely going to be expensive when it's released. If you're being offered a brand new 980 for $420 go for it, if not wait for Pascal and instead go for the old 900 GPU's since they'll most likely drop in price due to Pascal.
  7. I agree. Hopefully the new Radeon Crimson driver will bring a bit of a boost in performance.
  8. I won't lie and say you're wrong. I agree. Problem is the current driver support in those games aren't there for the 390 yet if it was it would have at least equaled the 970. Some games being Witcher 3 and GTAV as they favor Nvidia. But, I think the 390 is better bang for the buck card than the 970.
  9. Obvious lead with the 390 while the 970 keeps up but the 390 is still the winner.
  10. What benchmarks have you've been looking at? The 390 is clearly superior than the 970. Not to mention it won't lag if it's 3.5vram is exceeded.
  11. You're better off buying the 390. Your CPU right now is good enough for modern gaming and jumping to the Intel ship for a minor increase in FPS doesn't justify the price. You'll get a better increase in FPS with the 390 that's much better than the 970 is.
  12. One thing I'll give credit to Bethesda is their mod kit. Apparently they allow more freedom in terms of game modding than CDPR, which is kinda a shame. If CDPR allowed the same freedom like Bethesda has, Witcher 3 could soar to new heights and remain largely playable like Skyrim has over the years thanks to mods adding new content and quests.
  13. I had high hopes for Fallout 4. But, ever since the screenshot leaks I've been disappointed. And it got worse. Bad dialogue, copy&paste animations from previous games from what I've heard people saying. All I've heard is that improved the combat feature or the shooting mechanics. But that's pretty much it. It looks rushed. Some claim it's been in the works since 4 years but I personally don't see it. Witcher 3 on the other hand, it's probably #1 on my favorite games list. I never put so much hours into a game like I did with Witcher 3. And kudos to the CDprojektred for the free DLC's. The
  14. Honestly the best choice to wait for reputable reviews and benchmarks. Bethesda usually have history of releasing buggy games so you might have to wait a few days to play. Honestly, it's up to you but take a look at what happened with Batman. Wait it out and pick it up if you're okay with it. Though I guess you could ask Steam for a refund if you're not over their limit for a refund.
  15. I do hope that was the case, but so far the screens and gameplay I've seen suggest that it was the PC version on my search, not just on here. Fact of the matter is the textures look sloppy and most of the house and trees look like cardboard. But hey if you think it looks fine then to each his own, I guess. Though if that was indeed the PC version on ultra then I'm still disappointed by Bethesda.