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Chett_Manly

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    Male

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  • CPU
    Ryzen 3900X
  • Motherboard
    ASUS ROG Strix 570-E
  • RAM
    32GB Corsair Vengeance LPX 2666
  • GPU
    EVGA 2080ti
  • Case
    NZXT H440 White
  • Storage
    Sabrent 1TB Rocket pcie 4.0
  • PSU
    Corsair RMx850
  • Display(s)
    Alienware 3418DW
  • Cooling
    Noctua-U14S
  • Keyboard
    Logitech G710+
  • Mouse
    Logitech G930
  • Sound
    Soundblast G6 external dac/amp, AKG 7XX, Sennheiser 6XX, Yamaha RX-A760, Pioneer/Polk Audio 7.1 speakers
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Pro

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  1. I'm assuming he is in the UK as he used £, the good news is that XBox All Access will be coming to the UK. I am guessing it will be £25 a month for a Series X and Gamepass. I would do that if I was worried about cost, Gamepass is the ultimate value in gaming, every exclusive from MS, soon including Bethesda, and EA play which wont have the latest EA games but everything else, and bundled with the console you save on getting both and have no large upfront cost. https://news.xbox.com/en-us/2020/09/09/xbox-all-access-expands-to-12-countries-this-holiday/
  2. With how performance varies per CCX, I wonder if this wont end up being good for Ryzen as Intel will have to push Windows to better understand core performance characteristics and how to use them optimally.
  3. MSI's response is basically an "Error let them do it". Once they had stock what else could they do but price gouge right?
  4. Yeah your CPU and RAM shouldn't be an issue. I doubt the PSU would be either, I think the recommended was 550.
  5. Where is a statement from the police? Where is a statement from their boss? Why should I believe these people? I have to assume Kotaku did not bother to verify any of these claims because this is just a hit piece to get clicks and champion people who share their politics.
  6. Well your GPU is definitely considerably worse than what the PS5 will have. Your CPU is probably roughly equivalent, better single thread but less cores. I'd expect PS5 to run games at higher detail level and framerates. Though with your modern CPU, the $500 PS5 cost could be used to replace that GPU with a 3070, which would spank the PS5.
  7. 7700k 1070 and 8gb of RAM. Yes absolutely. 1070 is slower than 5700XT, and the PS5's GPU specs alone show a clear improvement over the 5700XT. It also has 16gb of much faster memory. And while the Zen 2 cores are not likely that much faster than his old 7700k, there is twice as many of them. And then you bring in the specialized NVME storage. Yeah its not even close in my book.
  8. The detail level is quite good, and there are many options for the face or hair. But the body is always the same. 1 male body, 1 female body. Clearly aiming at human average. And there is only 4 voice options, 2 male, 2 female, and they are all quite standard. Just seems very bland to me.
  9. I'd go PS5, it will outclass your PC, and its going to be more of a cinematic narrative experience than a twitch shooter, so Gamepad control won't be that bad.
  10. Meh, I bought it. Yeah its buggy, yeah its not complete, but you will get it someday, and 25 hours of content is a decent starting point. So far my biggest complaint is that the character generation options are incredibly limited and boring. You cannot make a male character who is not 5'10 150 lbs, there are only 2 male voice options and both boring. No 6'6 Barbarians with a proper rage scream for you!
  11. I would get a B450 for a budget build as well. PCI-E 4 should not matter much in a budget build, and I don't think B550 gives you a good upgrade path either as I believe AMD's Zen 4 chips next year will use a new platform. So you could only go from Zen 2 to Zen 3 at best.
  12. Cheating has been, but back in the first couple years they would actually get banned within the day if they were full on aimbotting, wracking up 100+ kill games with 99%+ headshots. I used to see people banned in game and the server message in chat announcing it. It would take like 4 maybe 5 maps before it happened, and I would always curse DICE for being so slow, but it did happen. That doesn't happen anymore. I cannot even remember the last time I saw that game wide server ban message for someone.
  13. As a Samsung guy I honestly don't think its worth much. If I was going to be serious about listening to music on my phone I would get a good portable DAC/AMP for it. As it is I got a $15 adapter for my S20 and it sounds as good as what they were putting in the phones before. So for those rare times I want to plug in in a set, I can. It has wireless charging, so I can still listen and charge at the same time even. Removing the headphone jack really wasn't a big deal, and adding it back in doesn't do anything for me.
  14. For the last few months I have seen the same cheaters in Battlefield 1. Same names over and over and over again. Looking at Steam reviews it also is a massive problem with Battlefield V. I have reported them every time I come across them, which now is basically every time I play. Yet they do not get banned. I have seen cheaters running full aimbot, with 99%+ headshot rate, go from rank 1 to rank 150, logging well over 100 hours of full on aimbotting, and I am guessing at least 500 reports by players, yet nothing has been done. They are not banned. It is my belief EA has defunded th
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