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I currently have a GTX 750 Ti, I'm looking to upgrade to be able to maximize graphics quality of The Division and Dark Souls 3, (Not currently looking at VR). By maximize I mean playability. I want the game to run at 1080P 60FPS at all times on the current 1x 23" Monitor I have. I'm also on a budget of around $300-$400. Should I wait to see what pascal will be priced around (I'm sure ridiculous) or should I pull the trigger on a R9 Fury or...? idk, thats why I'm asking. ahah Thanks!
For 24/7 use (No OC) in very hot ambient temperatures, which one is most reliable, workstation, OC or gaming motherboards ?
Im looking to buy a SSD but dont know how to keep all my games and game saves on the current drive, is there anyway that i can do this?
I'm super interested in VR gaming on the PC - it seems to be all we hear about now.
I'm a big FPS gamer, I am totally into Battlefield 4. So, my question, well questions, relates to VR. Firstly, am I going to need a whole new dedicated room in my home for VR gaming or could I just game in VR in my study as I do now? I'm concerned about bumping into my desk and chairs etc.
The second part of the question, do I have to game in VR when standing up to gain the best experience? I mean, what if I just sat down on my chair as usual and gamed in VR? I'm a keyboard and mouse guy, and I think it would take a lot of adjustment or feel strange to game while standing up.
I'd love to hear your opinions here. I'm ready to pull the trigger on a new VR rig and VR equipment, but I want to know what you think first.
Good day sir, I have already read about this from other forums but I just want to know your opinion. I have an i7-4790 paired with H97 mobo and I know i can't do OC. My question is do I/We really need to overclock the cpu for gaming? or will overclocking give a big impact (let's say fps) in gaming? Thank you.
I'm building a new VR gaming PC next month and want to know what I should build if I was the best experience possible for both the HTC Vive and Oculus Rift. I also want to know, should I buy the GPU now, or wait?
Buy now or buy later, I've been looking to buy /build a new computer,I'm wondering if I should do it now or wait,I'm not up to date on new hardware advances and don't want to waste money if somthing new and better is coming out
hello, i red you're post on fb.. that i could ask an expert about computer parts... my question probably wont get answered but i will ask anyway... here goes.. so far i can identify... what a gaming pc needs.. and priority... 1st: good board, 2nd: good vcard 3rd: processor 4th: rams.. 8gb or higher.. 5th: enough voltage from power supply.. now the question is, how do i know a good motherboard? i am planning to build a wrig.. with budget limit..about $841.45... i just used Google currency converter.. i might be wrong... what parts should i get... at least the important ones? the ones that works well with each other... and deliver that gaming pc performance.. thank you TweakTown... hope to hear from you soon
I'm ready to upgrade to 4k gaming. I have a limited budget of $1000. Should I wait or what do you suggest to upgrade now? My system consists of ; ASUS Z87-A, Core i7 4770K, Inland 600 watt PSU, EVGA GTX 760, Acer X243W Display.
Hello TweakTown..I am looking for some upgrade suggestions. I currently have an i5 2500K at 4.6 GHz. 8 gigs ddr3 1600. ASUS Maximus iv Gene-z MoBo. Sapphire HD7950 Vapor-x. Samsung 850 pro 256 gig and 1TB HD. Play alot of the new games like Blackops 3 and GTA V. at [email protected], but looking to move to [email protected] Just wondering if you would be worthwhile to upgrade everything or the video card. Thank you.